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Kentucky exceeds 30,000 coronavirus cases with 778 new cases on Friday, Beshear announces

Four more people died from the coronavirus, Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear announced Friday, bringing the state's total up to 776.


Have you seen SpongeBob SquarePants driving around Louisville?

Andrew Johnson's latest creation features SpongeBob SquarePants driving a jeep. Johnson says "people are very, very happy and pleased to see it."


What's poppin'? How Jack Harlow found himself at the center of an NBA controversy

Jack Harlow posted a photo on his Instagram story on July 23 of Los Angeles Clippers player Lou Williams and he hanging out at a strip club in Atlanta


Louisville police seek public help in finding missing 21-year-old man Trehvon Junior

Trehvon Junior, 21, is approximately 5-feet-8-inches tall and weighs 160 pounds. He was last seen in the 4200 block of Northwestern Parkway.


U of L Health and Baptist Health get $42.5 million in new round of COVID-19 relief money

Kentucky hospitals hit hard by the pandemic got $150 million in federal relief money. U of L Health and Baptist system got a combined $42.5 million.


LMPD: Man and woman found dead inside a car in Louisville after apparent shooting

Louisville Metro Police Department spokesman Dwight Mitchell said 2nd Division officers responded to a call of the shooting around 6:30 p.m.


Kentucky Science Center reopening to public 7 days a week

The Kentucky Science Center is reopening to the public seven days a week starting Monday, following a phased reopening plan that began in early July.


5-year-old shot in Louisville and is in critical condition, LMPD says

LMPD arrived at the 7100 block of Spyglass Court around 10 a.m. and found a 5-year-old boy who had been shot.


JCPS assistant superintendent and Kentucky education commissioner finalist has resigned

Felicia Cumings Smith was assistant superintendent of teaching and learning for JCPS and also a finalist for the Kentucky education commissioner job.


Oldham County Fair is still on, despite recommendation from health department

The fair, scheduled for Aug. 4-8, won't have agriculture, floral, home and family arts, photography, or 4H exhibits this year.


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