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Zappos closing 325,000-square-foot Louisville facility

SOUTH PARK VIEW, Ky. (Eleanor Tolbert) — A facility in Louisville is winding down operations,according to Louisville Business First. The Outlet Powered by Zappos plans to close its doors later in the year, the company confirmed. It's unclear exactly when it will move out of its 325,000-square-foot building located at 9101 Minor Lane off South Park Road near the Renaissance South Business Park.
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Judicial Rubber-Stamping of Search Warrants Can Be Deadly

According to a federal indictment unsealed last week, Breonna Taylor, a 26-year-old EMT and aspiring nurse who was killed during a 2020 drug raid in Louisville, Kentucky, died because a cop lied. According to a 2019 federal indictment, the same is true of Dennis Tuttle and Rhogena Nicholas, a middle-aged couple killed during a drug raid in Houston that year.

Traffic alert: Crash on I-64 west shuts down all lanes

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — A crash on I-64 west, just before the Sherman Minton Bridge, has shut down all lanes. according to traffic officials. TRIMARC reported there was a two-vehicle crash that happened just after 10:30 p.m. Officials have not said what caused the crash or if anyone was injured.

Teen Charged With Shooting At Restaurant

A 16-year-old boy has been arrested in connection with a shooting at a Long John Silver’s restaurant in west Louisville. Alicia Smiley, a spokeswoman for the Louisville Metro Police Department, said officers were called to the 3400 block of West Broadway in the Shawnee neighborhood just after 8:15 p.m. Friday night.

Why 'rock star' Louisville linebacker Monty Montgomery is predicting a huge season

Monty Montgomery says he can beat anyone at chess, just as soon as he learns how to play. The Louisville linebacker is comically confident, a self-hyping senior who conjures a modern day Muhammad Ali with braided dreadlocks. Though he has been remarkably productive in a limited role, leading U of L in quarterback sacks in two separate seasons despite playing primarily on third down, Montgomery talks a game so big it calls for its own area code.

For the first time since 2016, JCPS will open a new school on the first day of classes

All last year, Allison Shockley’s third-grade class would look out the windows of their classroom at Indian Trail Elementary to watch as their new school was built. Now, the large windows in Shockley’s new bright and airy classroom look out at an expanse of dirt — where their old school used to be. The site of the old building will be used for parking and a playground.

4-star WR William Fowles commits to Louisville football

The University of Louisville football's Class of 2023 added another weapon on Tuesday night. In a bit of a surprising and late-night commitment, Hialeah, Fla., four-star wide receiver William Fowles announced on social media that he has committed to the Cardinals. Fowles had over 30 total scholarship offers on the table. He will play his senior season at Hollywood Avant Garde.
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The Cardinal Countdown: 24 Days Until Kickoff

2021 Season Recap: Sans one play in 2021 the majority of the Louisville fanbase would have little to no clue who Jaylin Aldrerman is or where he plays. But thankfully, that one play did happen, and because of it the Sophomore linebacker is forever etched into the mind of the Louisville faithful as ‘Mr. Pick Six’

August 2022 events calendar: 60+ things to do around Louisville this week

Here's what you can do in the Louisville area this week:. Louisville Zoo’s Butterflies n' Blooms & IncrediBUGS Exhibits. 1100 Trevilian Way, 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. daily. Visitors will be able to walk among hundreds of native butterflies in the 1,000-square-foot outdoor flight house located across from the bongo exhibit. Butterfly and plant identification signs will help guests interpret what they are seeing. Inside the exhibit, guests can also learn about and witness the lifecycle of the butterfly from caterpillar to chrysalis to butterfly. “IncrediBUGS” exhibit features 18 enormous animatronic bugs and insects. See different species of colorful beetles, ants and an ant mound, a cicada, butterflies, a firefly, a stink bug, a ladybug, a peacock jumping spider, a dragonfly, a walking stick, a katydid, a caterpillar and a hissing cockroach. Both exhibits will run through Sept. 18. Free with zoo admission.

DNA results confirm body found is missing 4-year-old Serenity McKinney. Mother, boyfriend charged with murder.

The Bullitt County Coroner’s Office has confirmed a body found in February is that of a four-year-old girl missing from Shelby County since December 2020. Bullitt County Coroner Dave Billings said DNA results from the Kentucky State Police crime lab confirmed the body is that of Serenity McKinney. The body was found near the 1300 block of Skyview Road in West Point, a densely wooded area near the Jefferson/Bullitt County line.