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Louisville mayor suspends controversial 'no-knock' warrants used by police
"These changes and more to come -- we’re not done -- should signal that I hear the community and we will continue to make improvements anywhere that we can," Mayor ...
'Black history is this country’s history': George Floyd protests intensify across US, from New York City to Los Angeles; 1 dead in Detroit
Outrage over George Floyd's death in Minneapolis sparked protests, both peaceful and contentious, in cities across the nation on Friday night.
Louisville protesters decry police shooting that killed apartment resident
City officials say police did not fire during the protest Thursday night and that the shots came from within the crowd.
Humana Awarded New Contract to Continue Serving Medicaid Managed Care Residents in Home State of Kentucky
(NYSE: HUM) has been selected by the Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services (CHFS) to continue serving children and adults across the health company’s home state of Kentucky through the ...
'Helter-skelter' housing market: Real estate agents forced to get creative amid pandemic
Real estate sales are considered an essential business during the coronavirus pandemic. But Louisville agents have had to get creative.
Louisville's Dan McDonnell favors plan to push back college baseball season
University of Louisville baseball coach Dan McDonnell wants to stop playing the summer game in the winter. Recognizing the futility of competing with college basketball in mid-February and the ...
Louisville Nonprofits Receive $2.2 Million through Humana Foundation’s Community Partners Program
The Humana Foundation, philanthropic arm of Humana Inc. (NYSE: HUM) for the past 38 years, is awarding $2.2 million to nonprofit organizations in Louisville as part of its ongoing Community Partners ...
Project to keep Belle of Louisville afloat in jeopardy amid COVID-19 pandemic
Dry docking the Belle of Louisville was not part of Mayor Fischer's budget plans for the next fiscal year. LOUISVILLE, Ky. — A $1.2 million project to keep a beloved city icon afloat is now in ...
Tyra meets deadline to keep Louisville on pace for coming season
University of Louisville athletic director Vince Tyra announced a plan for the return of student-athletes to campus on Thursday afternoon. Speaking with reporters on a lengthy teleconference, Tyra ...
The FBI has opened an investigation into the shooting death of Kentucky EMT Breonna Taylor
The FBI has opened an investigation into the shooting death of Breonna Taylor, an EMT who was killed after officers forced their way inside her home.
Kentucky to reopen tourism June 1, Beshear says
Andy Beshear on Friday said Kentuckians are defeating the novel coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) with compassion and resilience. “Let’s remember to keep reaching out to one another, asking how others are ...
Louisville mayor calls for thorough probe of police shooting
Louisville's mayor has called for a thorough investigation into the police shooting of a 26-year-old emergency medical technician in her home in March.Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer . . .