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Here are the top stories for Sunday, June 28: World hits coronavirus milestones amid fears worst to come; Trump tweets video with ‘white power’ chant, then deletes it; Louisville shooting suspect in police custody; New York Cathedral resumes indoor Sunday Mass after three months.

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Voting largely smooth in Kentucky primary election

With only one polling place designated Tuesday for Louisville, a city of 600,000 people, voters who didn’t cast mail-in ballots or show up early faced long lines in Kentucky’s primary. (June 23)

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Louisville Erupts in Protest Over the Killing of Breonna Taylor

Louisville erupted in protests after the death of George Floyd, demanding justice for Breonna Taylor who was shot inside her home during a drug raid in March.

This is what it was like on the ground in Kentucky.

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Protesters mark Breonna Taylor’s birthday at Black Lives Matter rally in New York | AFP

Protesters celebrate Breonna Taylor’s birthday during a Black Lives Matter rally in the New York neighbourhood of Brooklyn. In March, the 26-year-old medical worker was shot dead in her own apartment in Louisville, Kentucky by police who barged in, alleging her home had been used by drug dealers. IMAGES

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Kentucky woman leads peaceful protests to be heard

Protests have engulfed cities nationwide, with much of the focus on burning buildings and violence. But Kelly Bundy in Louisville, Kentucky says most protesters are like her: peaceful people called to duty after a lifetime of inequality. (June 3)

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The Protests in Minneapolis, Louisville, and Washington DC | VICE News Tonight Full Ep.

Protests—both peaceful and violent—are demanding justice after the killing of George Floyd. VICE News explores the many ways people in Minneapolis, Louisville and Washington D.C. are rising up.

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7 shot at Louisville protest over police killing

At least seven people were shot Thursday in Louisville during protests over Breonna Taylor’s fatal police shooting. The rally came hours after the release of a 911 call Taylor’s boyfriend made in March, after she was shot eight times in her home. (May 29)

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McConnell urges calm despite ‘horrendous’ events

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell called the latest cases of police brutality in Minneapolis and Louisville “absolutely horrendous,” but he urged protesters to remain peaceful, saying senseless violence “is not helpful to anyone.” (May 29)

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Here’s the latest for Wednesday May 13th: NY investigates illness possibly linked to COVID-19; South Korea won’t reinstate distancing rules; Prominent attorney represents family of woman killed by Louisville police; Pompeo in Israel.

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Civil rights atty represents family of woman killed by police

Prominent civil rights attorney Ben Crump has been hired by the family of a black woman who was fatally shot by Louisville, Kentucky police in her home. Breonna Taylor, was killed on March 13th. (May 13)

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Hundreds rally in Kentucky for gun control legislation

Supporters of gun control legislation rallied at Louisville, Kentucky’s Muhammad Ali Center. Democratic Congressman and presidential candidate Tim Ryan called on Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to bring gun legislation to the Senate floor. (Aug. 9)

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Police say 2 dead in Kroger shooting in Kentucky

(24 Oct 2018) Police say two people have died in a shooting at a Kroger grocery store on the outskirts of Louisville, Kentucky.(Oct. 24)

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Here’s the latest for Friday July 13th: 12 Russians charged for hacking US election; President Trump and Queen Elizabeth met for tea; Pence family gas station chain cause major cleanup; Univ. of Louisville drops Papa John’s name from stadium. (July 13)

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Triple Crown Winner Justify Arrives Back in Kentucky

After becoming the Triple Crown winner this weekend, Justify flew back to Louisville Monday where he will stay for a week before heading home to Santa Anita, California. (June 11)

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Pitino: “NCAA Cannot Rewrite History”

Former University of Louisville basketball coach Rick Pitino said the NCAA “cannot rewrite history” after the NCAA announced that Louisville must vacate its basketball title. (Feb. 21)

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Louisville Basketball Vacates Championship Title

Louisville must vacate its 2013 men’s basketball title following an NCAA decision to uphold sanctions against the men’s program in the sex scandal case. The Cardinals will have to vacate 123 victories, and return some $600,000 in revenue. (Feb. 20)

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Louisville Police Detective Shot In Head

A Louisville police detective was shot in the head during a traffic stop as officers shot and killed one suspect and wounded another. The officer was involved in a drug investigation. Louisville’s Mayor says he’s expected to recover. (Feb. 2)

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We Smashed Some Windshields At The Olympics Of Car Stereos (HBO)

Once a car stereo hits about 160 decibels, you stop worrying about your eardrums, and start focusing on your chest. Because at that point, the bass makes it nearly impossible to breathe.

If that sounds like fun to you, you’d have a pretty good time at the annual Car Audio Championships, where hundreds of competitors from all over the country meet to show off their sound systems. It’s not just about loud bass, though. Aside from the Sound Pressure competition, there’s also the Sound Quality competition, where judges sit in a car, and judge the system’s clarity according to a strict rubric.

VICE News went to Louisville, Kentucky to see just how bone-rattling these sound systems can get.

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Somalia’s Youth Task Force & The Recovering Winery Workforce: VICE News Tonight Full Episode (HBO)

October 20, 2017, FULL EPISODE of VICE News Tonight on HBO.

VICE News follows the young female activist leading the youth task force that has formed in response to the terrorist attack in Somalia, where the government does not have nearly enough resources to provide emergency services.

California’s undocumented workers without social security numbers are already fighting for disaster assistance after the wildfires. In wine country, these migrants are a critical labor force behind a celebrated product. Now, some aren’t sure where they can get help.

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Kentucky cop shoots unarmed man immediately after demanding suspect to show his hands

Bodycam footage shows a cop shot an unarmed man inside an abandoned house in Louisville, Kentucky immediately after demanding the man show his hands. Family and activists say the man posed no threat. No weapon was found on suspect or in the rest of the house.
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Drug Users Could Lose Access To Treatment If Obamacare Is Repealed (HBO)

Fatal overdoses from heroin, painkillers, and other opioids have quadrupled in the U.S. since 1999, killing more than 33-thousand (33,091) people in 2015. In the battle against that drug epidemic, the Affordable Care Act has emerged as a first line of defense, offering treatment services that can save addicts’ lives. But the new administration, and the new congress, have promised to repeal Obamacare. And that could have devastating effects in places like Louisville, Kentucky, where overdose deaths recently surged by 31% in a single year. Dexter Thomas reports.

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