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May 28, 2020

The Jefferson County Board of Education on May 21, 2021 approved a 9.5% increase in local property taxes, the largest annual hike in at least 22 years. WDRB.com education reporter Kevin Wheatley explains why the elected board members supported the dramatic increase amid the coronavirus pandemic and why voters might have...


May 19, 2020

WDRB's Travis Ragsdale joins the show to recap the tragic Louisville police killing of Breonna Taylor, 26, at her apartment in March. Ragsdale discusses evidence recently uncovered by WDRB that challenges the official police narrative justifying the 'no-knock' search warrant. 

Louisville postal inspector: No ‘packages...


May 15, 2020

Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer joined WDRB in the Morning anchors Candyce Clifft and Sterling Riggs on May 15, 2020 to discuss the controversial police shooting of former Metro EMT Breonna Taylor at her apartment on March 13. This bonus episode features the full interview. 

Mayor Fischer deflects questions of confidence...


May 12, 2020

WDRB reporter Travis Ragsdale joins the podcast to discuss the collective effort to clear out Louisville's often-crowded jail during the coronavirus pandemic. Has it gone too far?

Background:

LMPD Chief Steve Conrad calls release of some dangerous inmates by judges...


May 5, 2020

By July 4, amusement parks and festivals could be open for business in Indiana, while pools in Kentucky would remain closed. WDRB.com reporters Chris Otts and Marcus Green explain why Kentucky and Indiana's governors have taken different approaches to reopening, and whether their lack of coordination complicates efforts...