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On our news podcast, the University of Louisville's Dr. Jon Klein says COVID-19 could be 'under control' this summer, but infections could spike in the next two months as behavioral changes outpace vaccine administration. Klein talks all-things COVID-19 with WDRB.com's Chris Otts.  More >>

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Our latest news podcast delves into the slow and incomplete Louisville police investigation into the 2018 traffic stop of teenager Tea-Ahn Lea, who was pulled from his car, cuffed and searched after making a wide turn. "This is an example of what officials say -- what the mayor and police chiefs have said -- about the way the police department is going to do business not aligning with what actually happens,” said WDRB reporter and anchor Gilbert Corsey. More >>

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On the latest episode of our news podcast, WDRB's Lawrence Smith and Chris Otts discuss the lengthy debate over legalizing Kentucky's slot-like gaming machines and how it revealed differences among conservative lawmakers about how to alleviate poverty, create good jobs and protect poor people from exploitation. More >>

"The slide in the suburbs is a national trend...and it's a problem," Sen. Mitch McConnell told WDRB. On this special Election Day episode of our news podcast, political reporter Lawrence Smith discusses the Ky. House races to watch in eastern Jefferson County. More >>

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On the latest episode of Uncovered, our news podcast, WDRB.com reporters Marcus Green and Chris Otts discuss what we learned from the Breonna Taylor grand jury tapes and the pivotal questions still to be answered in the case. More >>