Young chef Travis Nagdy, 21, shot dead

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Hamza “Travis” Nagdy was upbeat as he stood in front of a group of protesters at the First Unitarian Church in Old Louisville. It was late September, and a judge had just announced that the three Louisville police officers involved in the fatal shooting of Breonna Taylor …

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The Louisville family competing on Family Feud

Louisville Cardinal Josh Minkins’ security family, the Angelinis, appeared on the show on Monday, November 2. LOUISVILLE, Ky. – It was September 2018. And Andrea Angelini felt like her family had killed an audition for Family Feud. “We got positive feedback and they said, ‘Hey, we really love your family, …

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“They will be the ones who wash our cars”

The Louisville, Kentucky, Metro Police Department is examining a derogatory email that a police major sent to colleagues in August that said people who are part of the Antifa and the Black Lives Matter movement are ” punks ”that are not important, a spokesperson said. The email was written by …

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Black armed protesters march through Kentucky to demand justice for Breonna Taylor

LOUISVILLE, Ky (Reuters) – A group of heavily armed black protesters crossed through Louisville, Ky. On Saturday to seek justice for Breonna Taylor, a black woman who was killed in March by police who broke into her apartment. Dozens of protesters, carrying semi-automatic rifles and hunting rifles and dressed in …

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NFAC, Three percent protest downtown

NFAC travels to Louisville to protest for justice for Breonna Taylor The NFAC, or “Not F ** king Around Coalition” came to Louisville to seek justice for Breonna Taylor, who was shot dead by police in March. Marty Pearl / Special for The Courier Journal, Louisville Courier Journal LOUISVILLE, Ky. …

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Budget FY21 | LouisvilleKY.gov

Executive and detailed budgets approved 2020-2021 (July 1, 2020 to June 30, 2021) The Louisville Metropolitan Government Budget recommended by Mayor Greg Fischer for the 2020-2021 fiscal year was approved by Metropolitan Council on June 25, 2020 and came into effect on July 1, 2020. The budget includes $ 613 …

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The new Breonna Taylor law will ban no strike warrants in Louisville, Ky.

Louisville, Ky. Mayor Greg Fischer said he would sign “Breonna’s Law” after city council members voted unanimously Thursday night to ban “no knock” warrants, a controversial procedure that city police used in the fatal shooting of Breonna Taylor in March. “I plan to sign Breonna’s law as soon as it …

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Protesters rally again at the State Capitol

On the steps of the Kentucky State Capitol, Lee Watts ordered a tight crowd: take off your masks. Few spectators had chosen to wear one. But as Watts launched a rally against Kentucky’s coronavirus restrictions on Saturday, he called on outliers to remove any coating from their noses and mouths. …

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Outback employee jobs could be affected

Over 1,000 Kentucky restaurant workers could lose their jobs due of the coronavirus pandemic, according to a notice from one of the largest restaurant operators. Employees at 17 locations of Bloomin’ Brands, the Tampa-based firm that owns Outback Steakhouse and Bonefish Grill among other chain restaurants, received notices on Tuesday …

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Church and municipal authorities compete for a pantry

– FLEMINGSBURG – A disagreement between city officials and Church volunteers in the Greater Rain community threatened Tuesday to end the church’s pantry service. Jacob Sartin, associate minister of the church, said church officials were following the advice of Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear while trying to provide food to the …

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Kentucky Residents Help Fill Trucker Shortage With Federally Funded Training

In south-central Kentucky, the regional Workforce Development Council is helping to fill the shortage of truckers through a federal program that pays for training. Two men say the effort set them on a new path in life, thanks to those involved in the program who cheered them on at every …

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Hollinshead Charged With Assault Of Officer

– FLEMINGSBURG – A Flemingsburg woman has been indicted by a Fleming County grand jury for allegedly assaulting a police officer and resisting arrest. Shannon Renee Hollingshead, 35, has been charged with one count of third degree assault and one count of resisting arrest. According to the indictment, on June …

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Thomas receives the Lifetime Achievement Award

– Thomas – Mike Thomas, a native of Maysville and production manager of the Washington Opera, will be recognized for his contributions to theater and the arts on July 21 by receiving the SummerFest 2018 Lifetime Achievement Award in Lexington. Thomas is now entering his 12th season as artistic director …

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Tourism: Lake Cumberland is back

By wmadministrator One of the main drivers of the impact is Lake Kentucky, 160,000 acres in size, the state’s largest lake and the largest man-made body of water in the eastern United States. Western Waterlands Region’s $ 871 million economic development for tourism and recreation in 2015. Kentucky has more …

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