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‘Please, give me a break.’: Rep. Attica Scott vows to fight felony rioting charge

Scott is among those facing a felony rioting charge for the damage.

Authorities: Man requested money to shoot Louisville police

A Kentucky man who authorities accuse of requesting $30,000 to shoot police officers in Louisville in a social media video while he was brandishing a gun has been arrested.

FOP, other groups collecting supplies for Louisville officers

Everything from sports drinks to aspirin being collected.

Rep. Attica Scott among protesters arrested in Louisville

The Democrat from Louisville is the author of legislation known as "Breonna's Law."

UPDATE: Curfew in Louisville extended through the weekend

The curfew will continue to run from 9:00 p.m. to 6:30 a.m. the following morning.

Man charged, two officers recovering, 127 arrested in first night in Louisville

City asks for protests during the day Thursday.

UPDATE: Grand jury indicts one officer, others ‘justified in use of force,’ Cameron says

Cameron said decision was based on the law, officers had right to defend themselves

Illinois also prepares for decision in Breonna Taylor case

Illinois guard was activated earlier this year in wake of George Floyd death in Minnesota.

State positivity rate jumps again, Beshear talks Louisville, sports

Warning comes as nation hits the grim 200,000 death mark.

Nephew of Louisville BBQ owner killed early Saturday

No suspects yet in early Saturday shooting.

Louisville courthouse closed ahead of possible decision in Breonna Taylor investigation

Federal judges worried about reaction to Taylor Grand Jury verdict this week.

Customs officers seize $193,000 in fake goods

Items came from Vietnam, headed to California.

UofL recognized as top school for Black students pursuing a criminal justice degree

Report issued recently from the nonprofit, Washington Monthly.  

Man held in Illinois with body parts from Kentucky slaying

Man's family opened suitcase and body part fell out.

Key COVID number down; state has eye on Louisville; UI $400 this week

State worried Grand Jury ruling could spark problems.

Louisville settles Taylor lawsuit for $12 million, makes reforms

Settlement includes other reforms, Courier-Journal reports

Women from across the country sign letter to Louisville mayor

Groups continue to collect signatures with focus on White women.

Senate Judiciary Committee holds hearing on Beaton nomination

UPDATE POSTED 10 A.M. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 9, 2020 LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - the Senate Judiciary Committee help a confirmation hearing Wednesday for Paducah native Benjamin...

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Kentucky Speedway loses NASCAR Cup Series race in 2021

Mile-and-a-half oval tracks like Kentucky Speedway have fallen out of favor with some NASCAR fans and drivers in recent years.

Unsightly trash prompts new regulations by city

New rules take effect Thursday.

Adena Trail project nears completion in Mt. Sterling

Work should be completed by end of October, according to city.