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10-Year-Old Black Boy Commits Suicide Due to School Bullying, Says Mother

Seven Charles' mother said he was teased for his medical condition, choked and called a "n****r" by a peer.

Jefferson County Public School District is under fire because Seven Charles, a 10-year-old Black boy, killed himself after he endured constant bullying at Kerrick Elementary School in Louisville, his mother says.

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Louisville to Rename Airport After Muhammad Ali

Though air travel once terrified Ali, he faced his fears to win a gold medal at the Olympics.

The Louisville Regional Airport Authority Board voted unanimously on Wednesday to rename the city's airport after "The Greatest" — Muhammad Ali. The new name is Louisville Muhammad Ali International Airport.

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Update: A Black Church was the Louisville Shooter's First Target

A hate crime investigation is possible, said the U.S. Attorney's Office.

Jeffersontown Police Chief Sam Rogers released information that Gregory Alan Bush tried unsuccessfully to enter a predominantly Black church 15 minutes before the Kroger shooting in Louisville, Ky.

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Father of Chief Racial Equity Officer in Louisville Murdered by White Man

The shooter, confronted by another white man in the parking lot, said, "Whites don't shoot whites."

Gregory Bush / FACEBOOK photo

Gregory Bush, a 51-year-old white man, shot two Black people dead at a Louisville, Ky., Kroger store on Wednesday. One man was shot in the back of the head, and then multiple times as he lay on the floor in the store, and a woman was shot in the parking lot.

Maurice Stallard, the father of Kellie Watson, Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer's chief racial equity officer, was shopping for poster boards with his 12-year-old grandson when he was executed.

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Humana Foundation Awards $640,000 to Knoxville Nonprofits to Improve Health of Community

Foundation seeks to improve community health and well-being, addressing root causes and barriers keeping people from being their healthiest.

The Humana Foundation, located in Louisville, Ky., is providing a total of $640,000 to four nonprofit organizations in the Knoxville area to improve the health and well-being of East Tennessee residents.

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Black Judge Called N-word Tosses Bigot in Jail

Kentucky Judge Olu Stevens accepts apology later proffered.

By Sheryl Estrada

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