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1 Dead in Shooting at Louisville Art Gallery During Concert
U.S. News & World Report
According to the Louisville Courier-Journal ( ), Louisville Metropolitan Police Lt. Emily McKinley said at a news conference that off-duty police officers working security at the concert attended by hundreds reported shots fired ...
UofL student killed in shooting at Louisville concertWKYT

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Kentucky bill allows people to save pets from hot cars without paying for damage
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- A bill being introduced in Frankfort could keep people from paying up if they try to save an animal from a hot car. Kentucky State Senator Morgan McGarvey is sponsoring a bill that would expand an existing law allowing people ...


BOZICH | Post-Snap Read: Grantham, Miss State dominate Kentucky, 45-7
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) – This was the game perfectly positioned to ignite legitimate high-octane optimism around the University of Kentucky football program. Beat Mississippi State on the road and the Wildcats would have the all-clear to flex their ...
Postgame frustrations cannot be sign of things to come for Kentucky football | HaleThe Courier-Journal
Fitzgerald, Mississippi State Roll CatsWAVE 3
Did Kentucky football get exposed in blowout loss at Mississippi State?Lexington Herald Leader (blog)
Kentucky Today
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SUNDAY EDITION | Kentucky jail officials allegedly ordered and covered up attack on inmate
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- The official incident report from a vicious assault of a LaRue County inmate in May 2015 contained just a few sentences. Joshua Salle was beaten up by nine other inmates and hospitalized after he made racial slurs, according ...


Via Colori street painting festival makes its mark in Louisville
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- The Big Four Lawn is now a bit more colorful thanks to artists from around the country. The street painting festival Via Colori was held in Louisville this year. Artists created their pieces right on the park's sidewalks ...

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Suspect shoots at police, takes own life in Valley Station
A man shot himself after shooting at police at Bethany Cemetery. (Source: Michael Flynn/WAVE 3 News). LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - A domestic violence suspect took his own life in Valley station on Saturday, according to Louisville Metro Police. Officers ...
Police: Man shoots at officers, turns gun on self in Valley StationWHAS

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Kentucky robbery suspect hopped in trash can to hide
LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) -- Police say they found a Kentucky robbery suspect hiding in a trash can. Lexington Police say officers found 23-year-old Raymond J. Jones in a city waste bin Friday. He's charged with first-degree robbery and giving an officer a ...

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Kentucky Blues Run the Game
His band, Andrew Alli and the Mainline, performed this weekend at a tiny blues festival in Louisville, Kentucky with the largest of ambitions: “What I'm trying to do with this festival is bring together the young and old,” says co-producer and talent ...

Ars Technica

Google Fiber is now in Louisville thanks to new fiber deployment strategy
Ars Technica
Google Fiber has begun taking signups in Louisville, Kentucky, after a tumultuous process involving lawsuits filed against the local government by incumbent broadband providers. AT&T and Charter both sued the metro government in Louisville and ...

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RT Specialty Opens Office in Louisville, Kentucky
Insurance Journal
R-T Specialty, LLC (a subsidiary of Ryan Specialty Group, LLC) has opened a new office in Louisville, Ky. This office is led by Brian Houghlin and Chris Beckmann. Houghlin has 30 years of experience in the management liability insurance arena. He ...