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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.

Black woman to lead police force reeling from Breonna Taylor

Yvette Gentry retired from the Louisville Metro Police Department in 2014.

Breonna’s Law banning no-knock warrants passes in Louisville

A law banning the use of no-knock warrants passed in a unanimous Louisville Metro Council vote Thursday night. 

Some Louisville police stage protest, walking out on mayor

Some Louisville Police officers walked out on the mayor to express their frustration amid demonstrations in the city over police interactions with African Americans.

Mike Bloomberg announces campaign office open in Louisville

Mike Bloomberg says he has plans to open presidential campaign offices in Louisville and Mayor Greg Fischer is the co-chair of his campaign

Push to move Confederate statue stalls after panel’s vote

A push to remove a Confederate statue from a prominent spot in Kentucky's largest city has stalled after a local preservation district committee didn't back the plan.

AT&T files lawsuit over utility pole access in Louisville

AT&T has filed a federal lawsuit over action taken in Louisville that will let Google Fiber install equipment on AT&T's utility poles.

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President Trump nominates Judge Amy Coney Barrett to U.S. Supreme Court

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