Department of Corrections FOP to call a vote of no confidence in jail director, union says Thursday, Sep 23 2021 

The Louisville Corrections FOP is set to call a vote of no confidence for Director Dwayne Clark for officer recruitment and safety concerns.


Louisville Zoo animals to receive COVID-19 vaccine Thursday, Sep 23 2021 

The Zoo was one of 70 zoos chosen to receive uniquely formulated COVID-19 vaccines from animal healthcare company Zoetis.


Breonna Taylor case | Community members to rally one year after grand jury decision Thursday, Sep 23 2021 

A rally is scheduled at Jefferson Square Park to renew calls for justice for Breonna Taylor.


COVID hits hard in Eastern Kentucky with counties in top spots for per capita infections Thursday, Sep 23 2021 

Eastern Kentucky counties are in national top spots for per capita new COVID infections. Hospitals are full & funeral homes are struggling to keep up.


Corrections FOP calls for vote of No Confidence in director of Louisville’s jail Thursday, Sep 23 2021 

The president of the Louisville Metro Corrections union called Thursday for a vote of No Confidence in the director of the city's jail.

Community looks for healing, solutions to stop violence after deadly school bus stop shooting Thursday, Sep 23 2021 

Sidewalk chalk in hand, Mark Pence tried to brighten up the bus stop where tragedy struck.

Armed man arrested near Jeffersontown High amid lockdown, court records show Thursday, Sep 23 2021 

Dorsey was arrested near the school's football field, his arrest citation said, where students were who had been evacuated from the school were held.


Big crowds make for ‘amazing atmosphere’ as Louder Than Life kicks off in Louisville Thursday, Sep 23 2021 

Tens of thousands of fans are in Louisville this weekend rocking out at Louder than Life.

The Proffitt Report | Commentary on drive-by shooting at bus stop Thursday, Sep 23 2021 

Doug Proffitt shares his thoughts on the strength of the mother of Tyree Smith, who was killed in a shooting at a bus stop and gun violence in Louisville.


Nearly one-third of inmates at southern Indiana jail tested positive for COVID-19 Thursday, Sep 23 2021 

The jail has been offering the COVID-19 vaccine for months, and the Jennings County Health Department is keeping an eye on inmates' health.

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