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Breonna Taylor’s surviving family members reportedly have agreed to a multimillion-dollar settlement with the city of Louisville, Kentucky, CNN reports. Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer is scheduled to hold a joint news conference Tuesday, Sept. 15, 2020, with the Taylor family attorneys where he is expected to discuss the resolution to the financial portion of Taylor’s…

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Greg Fischer, the mayor of Louisville, Kentucky, has demanded a “thorough investigation” into the shooting death of EMT worker Breonna Taylor, 26, who was in bed asleep when police officers burst in the wrong home in the middle of the night. According to the Louisville-based Courier-Journal, members of the Louisville Metropolitan Police Department were executing…

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An angry grandmother has been arrested after she tried to slut shame a woman who used to date her adult son. According to Louisville, Kentucky police. Frances Joyce Bailey, 60, illegally entered Pleasure Ridge Park High School. She then went to a girl’s restroom and threw nude pictures of her son’s ex-girlfriend on the floor.…

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If you don’t have a passport, now would be the perfect time to obtain one. Starting Jan. 22, 2018, travelers with driver’s licenses issued by one of nine states will no longer be considered valid, according to the Transportation Security Administration. This law will prevent residents of Pennsylvania, Missouri, Montana, Minnesota, Oklahoma, Kentucky, South Carolina,…

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A teenage student in Mt. Washington, Kentucky endured abuse by other teens who used racial slurs and symbols of racism as tools of intimidation. According to reports by WDRB-TV in Kentucky, the incident occurred near Bullitt East High School where the teens attend school. The victim is a 17-year-old girl who is biracial and her alleged…

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Judge Olu Stevens graduated from Morehouse College, George Washington University Law School and is the circuit court judge for the 30th Judicial Circuit in Jefferson, Kentucky. However, he still must endure overt racism while presiding in court. After initially giving White suspect Adam Satterly a bond on drug charges, Satterly walked out of the court…

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Many elements of the mainstream media downplayed a recent three-state crime spree by a couple dubbed the teen Bonnie and Clyde. The pair are identified as Dalton Hayes, 18, and his 13-year-old girlfriend, Cheyenne Phillips. The pair started their crime spree by stealing a pickup truck in Kentucky then traveled to South Carolina and Georgia.…

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A  White teenage couple is being hunted by police, for a 3-state crime spree that has covered Kentucky, South Carolina and Georgia. The couple has been identified as Dalton Hayes, 18, and his 13-year-old girlfriend Cheyenne Phillips. According to family members of Hayes, Phillips had fooled them into thinking she was 19 years old. Family…

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A Gallup research study claims the well-being of Americans not only hasn’t improved in the past six years, it even declined slightly in 2013. While national figures remained flat overall, the ranks of the states with the highest well-being scores changed considerably. North Dakota topped the well-being list in 2013 after failing to crack the…

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Damn, damn, damn Henry Earl! Earl, 64, holds the title of the world’s most arrested man. A native of Lexington, Ky. his first arrest happened when he was 20 for carrying a concealed weapon but most of his arrests are due to public drunkenness. Since that fateful day in 1970, he’s been arrested more than…

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One of the biggest and most sophisticated sporting events of the year, the Kentucky Derby annual attracts the biggest celebrities and dignitaries from around the country and across the globe. Here are celebrity Twitter reactions to the Kentucky Derby. A big Thank you to Junior Bridgeman for giving me a first class Kentucky Derby experience.…

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These are the places where basketball is the absolute and undisputed king, where the b-ball tradition is undeniable. It’s the palce where there’s no other game in town and no other major professional franchise of worth within proximity. That partially explains how more of the youthful exuberance and liquor-fueled craziness is channeled into these basketball…

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  The United States is in the midst of an obesity epidemic. More than 35 percent of adults and almost 20 percent of children are considered to be obese. While recent studies suggest the problem may have reached its plateau,  new studies are suggesting that things are only going to get worse over the next two…

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