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Uber driver accused of sexual abuse and holding passenger against her will

According to an arrest citation, police responded to the Germantown neighborhood Sunday evening after reports a woman had been sexually assaulted by an Uber driver. → Read More

Four Lexington high schools evacuated over bomb threats

The four schools impacted include Frederick Douglass, Henry Clay, Lafayette and Paul Laurence Dunbar. → Read More

Former LMPD detective who wrote Breonna Taylor warrant files lawsuit to get job back

Former Louisville Metro Police Detective Joshua Jaynes, who wrote the search warrant for Breonna Taylor's home, filed a lawsuit against Police Merit Board. → Read More

Woman charged with murder after attack in Jeffersonville

A woman is dead and another is in custody after an attack in Jeffersonville Friday evening, according to police. → Read More

JCPS reports dozens of COVID-19 cases in first week back to school

Just days into the school year, the Jefferson County Public School district has confirmed dozens of COVID-19 cases in students and staff. → Read More

'Greater challenge than we've ever faced': JCPS prepares parents ahead of first day of school

Some of the COVID safety measures include universal masking inside school buildings, assigned seating, enhanced cleaning, ventilation systems, and social distancing. → Read More

New Albany officer arrested, charged with voyeurism

An officer with the New Albany Police Department (NAPD) was arrested Friday in Clark County, Indiana on charges of voyeurism. → Read More

8 libraries to resume Sunday hours this summer

Eight library branches will be open 1 p.m.-5 p.m. on Sundays beginning July 11. → Read More

Hike, Bike & Paddle returns to Waterfront Park in-person

Hike, Bike & Paddle will return to Louisville on Memorial Day at Waterfront Park. → Read More

Louisville man facing charges in U.S. Capitol breach, FBI says

On Twitter, FBI Louisville announced the arrest of Eric Clark in connection with the U.S. Capitol breach in January. → Read More

Kentucky Humane Society adoption fees reduced for Empty the Shelters event

During the Empty the Shelters event, adoption fees for dogs and cats one year and older have been reduced. Dogs are $25 and cats are $10. → Read More

Former LMPD officer Brett Hankinson's trial delayed until 2022

The criminal trial for former LMPD officer Brett Hankison, one of the officers involved in a raid at Breonna Taylor's apartment, has been pushed back to next year. → Read More

LMPD investigating after 3 injured in 3 separate shootings Thursday

Three people were injured in three separate shootings on Thursday, according to Louisville Metro Police. → Read More

Kentuckians 16 and older eligible for COVID-19 vaccine starting next week

“Make sure you make your plan to get your shot of hope,” Beshear said. → Read More

Inside the System: Working to improve addiction recovery programs

FOCUS followed Schalk’s journey as he signed up for probation in January. In February, he worked his way through a system that often comes with a stigma. → Read More

Police search for missing 15-year-old

Alexis Ijames, 15, was last seen in the 1000 block of Dorsey Lane on March 5, 2021. Ijames is 5'4", 130 lbs. with brown eyes and black hair. → Read More

Kelsie Small's mother seeks answers 10 months after her murder

Kelsie Small, 19, was shot and killed on May 9, 2020. Her mother said she was driving her friends home. Small is believed to have been hit by stray bullets. → Read More

Louisville to expand recycling program this summer

Metro Council approved grant funding to provide large, rolling recycling bins to those in the Urban Services District who currently use small, 18-gallon bins. → Read More

Teen arrested, charged in October 2020 homicide

With the help of Louisville Metro Police Department’s Fugitive Squad, a 17-year-old was located and arrested in the deadly shooting that happened on Senn Rd. → Read More

Police search for suspects in string of armed robberies in Radcliff

“What we don't want to see is an escalation. An escalation of tactics to the point where someone actually gets hurt, or injured or killed,” said Det. Gonzales. → Read More