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Sep 29, 2020

WDRB.com business reporter Chris Otts discusses Louisville-grown Papa John International's decision to decamp for Atlanta and how Louisville has been affected by other corporate moves, mergers and buyouts over the years. What are the lessons of these decisions? What can Louisville do in response?

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Sep 24, 2020

WDRB.com criminal justice reporter Jason Riley analyzes the Louisville grand jury's decision to charge only one of the three police officers in the Breonna Taylor shooting with wanton endangerment, and the long anticipated investigation by Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron. Plus, Riley discusses what's...


Sep 22, 2020

Louisville police could not have burst into Breonna Taylor's apartment, where they fatally shot her in the middle of the night, without a judge's approval. But in Louisville, it's often unclear which judge approved what search warrant. Jake Ryan of the Kentucky Center for Investigative Reporting and Travis Ragsdale of...


Sep 15, 2020

Under fire for his handling of the Breonna Taylor investigation and the ensuing protests -- and other scandals at the police department and city bus agency -- Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer faces a symbolic 'no confidence' vote at the Metro Council on Sept. 17. Will some Democrats cross party lines to join Republicans...


Sep 9, 2020

WDRB's Stephan Johnson goes one-on-one with Yvette Gentry, a native Louisvillian who is returning to Louisville Metro Police as interim chief during a tumultuous period. Gentry talks about police reform, the Breonna Taylor case, perceived racism in traffic stops and why she doesn't want the job permanently even though...