Shooting In Louisville, KY


In Louisville, Kentucky, police made an arrest after a man was injured in a shooting on Muhammad Ali Drive on Monday, June 1st.

Rondarius Blue-Johson was arrested on Monday after police said he shot a man multiple times.

Around 2 p.m. the LMPD 2nd Division responded to a call of a person in the 3800 block of Vermont Ave.

LMPD said upon investigation it was discovered that two black males got into an altercation; the men exchanged gunfire and one was shot multiple times by Blue-Johnson.

The shootings appear to have originated in the 3800 block of West Muhammad Ali Boulevard.

The victim who was shot multiple times was taken to Norton Hospital by private transportation where his injuries appear to be non-life threatening.

More Ebola Hysteria: Teacher Who Visited Kenya Quits

A teacher at St. Margaret Mary Catholic School in Louisville, KY, who had recently returned from a mission trip to Kenya has resigned amid swirling frustration and fears about Ebola.

The school had asked Susan Sherman to take a paid “precautionary leave” of absence of 21 days upon her return from her trip after “strong parent concerns” about Ebola. It also asked Sherman, who is a registered nurse, to provide a doctor’s note stating she was in good health.

There have been no reported cases of Ebola in Kenya. Indeed, the archdiocese, in a statement released last month regarding Sherman’s trip, noted that the Kenyan village where Sherman was working — the remote village of Migori — is “in Eastern Africa, thousands of miles from West Africa, where the main outbreak of the virus is located.”