Louisville Metro Council questions jail leadership about staffing issues Tuesday, Sep 14 2021 

Leadership said they're already short staffed, and COVID has only made the problem worse, with officers either sick or exposed.


Special called meeting discusses conditions at Metro Corrections after weekend shortage Tuesday, Sep 14 2021 

So far, 200 employees at the jail in downtown Louisville have gotten COVID-19, but many say the issues have been happening long before that.

KYTC makes change to I-64 detour after troubled first weekend Tuesday, Sep 14 2021 

Interstate 64 is expected to be closed in both directions for the next four weekends because of work on the Cochran Hill Tunnels. But after the first weekend of closures and detours, problems popped up.

Sen. Rand Paul slams Gen. Mark Milley over reports the general secretly called China Tuesday, Sep 14 2021 

Gen. Mark Milley tried to limit Trump's ability to launch nuclear weapons and called his counterpart in China to offer reassurance, a new book says.


Buffer zone lines being repainted around Louisville abortion clinic after city mistake Tuesday, Sep 14 2021 

Metro Public Works painted yellow buffer zone lines outside the EMW Women's Clinic on Tuesday, but they will have to be repainted after a mistake was found.

JCPS board votes to require COVID-19 vaccinations or regular testing for staff Tuesday, Sep 14 2021 

The Jefferson County Board of Education voted 6-1 Tuesday on the proposal, which had backing from labor groups representing thousands of workers at Kentucky’s largest school district.

Hundreds participate in Jeffersontown’s annual Gaslight Festival 5K Tuesday, Sep 14 2021 

Runners and walkers alike competed in the annual Gaslight Festival 5K on Tuesday evening.

Theatair X allowed to reopen after federal court ruling Tuesday, Sep 14 2021 

A judge says the town of Clarksville improperly revoked a temporary business license from the new owners of Theatair X.

Buffer zone painted outside Louisville abortion clinic Tuesday, Sep 14 2021 

Metro Council passed an ordinance in May allowing a 10-foot wide buffer zone that moves protesters away


High demand affecting monoclonal antibody treatments, Gov. Andy Beshear says Tuesday, Sep 14 2021 

The shortage of those treatments will affect how treatments are distributed nationwide, including here in Kentucky.


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