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Inside the 17-person recruit class seeking to be the next generation of Louisville cops

The recruits come at a time of increased strain between the community and law enforcement in the wake of the fatal police shooting of Breonna Taylor.


LMPD released disciplinary records for Breonna Taylor cops. Large parts are blacked out

After 153 days, police turned over the past investigations into three officers in the Breonna Taylor shooting. Many records were heavily redacted.


COVID Watch: Organ transplants at U of L Health keep going despite COVID-19. How they do it

Organ transplants keep going at the University of Louisville's Trager Transplant Center despite the COVID-19 pandemic. Here's how they do it safely.


Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear reports 812 new COVID-19 cases and 5 new deaths Sunday

COVID-19 cases are continuing to grow in Kentucky, Gov. Andy Beshear said in a statement Sunday announcing more than 800 new coronavirus cases.


3 juveniles injured but should recover after shooting by Louisville's Seneca High School

Three people were shot Sunday afternoon by Seneca High School, a MetroSafe supervisor told The Courier Journal.


Protesters march in social justice rally in Clifton

A few dozen protesters march for social justice on Saturday in the Clifton neighborhood in Louisville.


On first Saturday ever of Kentucky early voting, Louisville voters pack popular poll spot

Louisville Marriott East has been the most popular of Jefferson County's early voting sites for the general election, with it gaining voters daily.


Louisville police investigating Saturday shooting that department believe injured two

The Louisville Metro Police Department is investigating a shooting on Saturday that it believes injured two men.


COVID-19 vaccine will take a year or more to distribute to all Kentuckians, official says

When it is ready, the vaccine will be shipped to Kentucky from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and the U.S. Department of Defense.


Beshear reports new 1,295 COVID-19 cases, more Kentuckians hospitalized, in ICU 'than ever'

Of the newly reported cases, 162 came from Kentucky children up through the age of 18, and 27 were 5 and under. The youngest was 7 days old.


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