JCPS announced the special meeting on Thursday, set for 5 p.m. at VanHoose Education Center.
Debra James's other daughter, Tiffany James, is charged with stabbing Madison Branch, identified as a defendant in the lawsuit by the initials M.B., to death in a fight outside a Speedway gas station in June 2017.
Behanan pleaded guilty to a possession of marijuana but it was immediately dismissed, after he showed proof he went to a marijuana education class.
The latest back-and-forth comes as interim Education Commissioner Wayne Lewis and KDE wait on the board’s response to his Friday counterproposal that would avoid complete state management for Jefferson County Public Schools.
Several new officers have been identified as being plaintiffs in the seven lawsuits against the city and LMPD
Deputy police chief Michael Sullivan acknowledged Tuesday that Chief Steve Conrad was ultimately “responsible” for an inaccurate form describing why Lt. Jimmy Harper was demoted from his position as major.
Tuesday’s filing deadline passed with four candidates for District 3, represented by Steph Horne, and four for District 6, held by Lisa Willner, the Democratic candidate in the 35th House District race.
U.S. District Judge David J. Hale agreed with the shoe company that the former U of L coach's claims first should be handled in arbitration.
Chief Steve Conrad testified there is a criminal investigation ongoing into officers "that were accused of obtaining overtime they didn’t actually work.”
The Louisville amusement park claims in a July lawsuit that four state agencies are violating a deal to give free parking to frequent patrons.
Papa John's said its domestic sales were down 10.5 percent last month in the wake of John Schnatter’s admitted use of racial language and feud with the company.
City attorney accused David James of collusion with an LMPD officer who has sued Metro Government
Ball State University has decided to keep John Schnatter’s name on a free enterprise institute at the school, charting a different path than UK, U of L and Purdue in response to Schnatter’s admitted use of racial language last month.