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LMPD Officer Shot During Raid Countersues Breonna Taylor’s Boyfriend

The Louisville Metro Police officer who was shot during the March 13 raid that left Breonna Taylor dead, has filed a countersuit against Taylor’s boyfriend for battery, assault and emotional distress.

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  Gov. Andy Beshear reported 1,941 new coronavirus cases Friday afternoon in his daily update on COVID-19, bringing the overall state total to 105,242 cases.

Cruise lines may begin sailing again from U.S. ports under rules released Friday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The federal agency is allowing a "No Sail" order to expire at midnight Saturday.

Walmart is returning guns and ammunition back to its shelves after removing them from display as a safety precaution, citing this week's "isolated civil unrest."

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  The extended utilities moratorium issued by Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear is set to end next week. Two local utilities companies report working with customers for past-due balances while also managing large debt as a result. 

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The Louisville Metro Police officer who was shot during the March 13 raid that left Breonna Taylor dead, has filed a countersuit against Taylor’s boyfriend for battery, assault and emotional distress.

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This week in Kentucky politics, Mitch McConnell and Amy McGrath crossed the state making their final pitches during the last week of voting. 

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Kentucky officials say a steel processor is expected to create 110 full-time jobs in coming years at a tube manufacturing plant it plans to open in south-central Kentucky. 

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The Kentucky attorney general’s office says two long-rifle shell casings were found in and near Breonna Taylor's apartment after a police drug raid that left her dead. 

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After months of an empty stage, a community theatre in Murray is nearing the end of a season full of changes and challenges.

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  The conclusion of this most unusual general election is only a few days away. On Tuesday, November 3, people will make their way to polls, if they haven’t done so already, to cast their ballots. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, election officials have expanded voting options for those who are concerned with catching the virus. But these new voting regulations have caused some confusion for Ohio Valley voters, and the Ohio Valley ReSource asked what questions voters had.

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Last-Minute Voting Questions In The Election Home Stretch

The conclusion of this most unusual general election is only a few days away. On Tuesday, November 3, people will make their way to polls, if they haven’t done so already, to cast their ballots. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, election officials have expanded voting options for those who are concerned with catching the virus. But these new voting regulations have caused some confusion for Ohio Valley voters, and the Ohio Valley ReSource asked what questions voters had.

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