‘It felt like he was right there with us’ | How a Facebook post brought a remarkable show of support in Shepherdsville Sunday, Oct 10 2021 

Steven Sinclair died from COVID-19 complications in early October. His family said he loved muscle cars, motorcycles and anything loud.

        

GOP senator backs Ex-Sen. Donnelly’s pick for Vatican post Sunday, Oct 10 2021 

Senator Todd Young offered his congratulations to Donnelly after the White House announced President Biden would nominate him for the position.

        

Discovery+ true crime series to focus on missing Louisville mom Andrea Knabel Sunday, Oct 10 2021 

"Finding Andrea" will will discuss Andrea Knabel's disappearance and will have brand new information about her life months before the single mother vanished.

        

Kentucky veterans weigh in as U.S. military’s COVID-19 vaccine requirement approaches Sunday, Oct 10 2021 

To be fit to fight, military service members are required to get 17 total vaccines, according to the Military Health System.

Construction on Big Four Bridge began 133 years ago Sunday, Oct 10 2021 

It was originally constructed as a railroad bridge, but rail service stopped in 1968.

Racial justice group canvasses community in hopes of removing cash bail from Louisville Sunday, Oct 10 2021 

The canvassers said their goal was to educate more people about the injustice and get judges on board with ending bail.

        

The Vault: Harvest Homecoming’s fall celebration rooted in community, culture Sunday, Oct 10 2021 

The annual fall festival was started in 1967 and was originally a three-day event centered around community and pumpkins.

        

Clifton’s ‘Great Chili Cook-off’ draws large crowd Sunday, Oct 10 2021 

The Clifton neighborhood event drew hundreds of people to Frankfort Avenue. About 15 competitors fought for the title of best chili.

Louisville travelers frustrated after thousands of Southwest flight cancelations Sunday, Oct 10 2021 

The airline is blaming the cancelations on weather and air traffic control issues. Louisville's airport said it didn't see any more canceled flights Monday evening.

        

Stink bugs invasion season is here; Here’s how to keep safely get rid of them Sunday, Oct 10 2021 

As it gets cooler outside, the brown marmorated bugs look for warmth and inside your nice, cozy home is just the place.

        

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