How Not To Get Back At Your Former Employer

An enraged (?) former television station employee in Terre Haute decided to shoot the place up:

Indiana officials are investigating an early morning shooting at a news station.

Employees at the NBC affiliate in Terre Haute say they heard gunshots outside the building around 4 o’clock Saturday morning.


Luckily, no one was hurt.

Police have charged this man — Kenneth Bolinger — with criminal recklessness and criminal mischief.

Bolinger is a former employee of the station.

Just a couple days before the incident? He posted this:


Here’s hoping the guy gets the mental help he needs.

And The Grease Bucket Walls Come Tumbling Down

A new report says the air we breathe is among the dirtiest in the country — but another says the air quality is better now than ever before. [FOX41]

Local residents acknowledged the benefit the east-end bridge will provide to the region for the planned Ohio River Bridges Project, but called to stop the construction and the use of tolls on the planned downtown bridge. [News & Tribune]

The Cabinet for Health and Family Services and Steve Beshear’s crew are still withholding child-abuse death records. So much for promised transparency. [H-L]

How can you know there’s a loaded gun within reach of a three-year-old and leave it available for them to play with? And how stupid do you feel when that child kills its 18-month-old sibling? Come on, people, how many times does this have to happen? [WAVE3]

Police say human remains found in a southern Indiana man’s backyard have been identified as a woman who has been missing for about a month. [WKYT]

Really, way to go, Nawbny, with your death and murder and bodies buried in the back yard and such. [84WHAS]

Cannons Lane was shut down in both directions at I-64 Sunday evening after shots were fired at an officer during a police pursuit. You can’t even go to St. Matthews these days without getting shot. [WHAS11]

This guy in Indiana has felony convictions for lying about his voter registration. Meanwhile, Democrats in Frankfort like Ruth Ann Palumbo aren’t even questioned about their illegal registrations. [WFPL]

The Kentucky Derby’s annual running on the first Saturday in May provides a lesson, of sorts, in economics. [Business First]

WHEN WILL THE KILLING STOP? This is out-of-control crazy. Come on, Louisville, stop killing each other. [WLKY]

The former general manager of the KFC Yum! Center has filed a whistleblower lawsuit against the Kentucky State Fair Board, claiming he was fired over statements he made to a consultant reviewing that arena’s operations that were critical of fair board president Harold Workman. [C-J/AKN]

John Yarmuth On Veterans Health And Safety

Here’s John Yarmuth discussing veterans’ health and safety:

“By freezing regulations arbitrarily, Congress would be unable to provide any new benefits for our veterans and service members – benefits they were promised and have more than earned,” Yarmuth said.

“Over the next five years, more than one million veterans will come home. I do not believe that anyone here can argue in good faith that just because the economy has yet to fully recover, members of the military and veterans are not entitled to the best and most current health care,” Yarmuth told the committee. “They deserve far better than this.”