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Did Possibility City Set A Homeless Man On Fire?

August 29th, 2012 by admin · 1 Comment

While Marty Bell may have violated campaign law, we’re not sure he can be disqualified. Fining him seems more appropriate. [C-J/AKN]

Take a look at that view: Jerry Abramson, Greg Fischer and Larry Clark. Possibility City or all that’s wrong with politics? [WLKY]

A judge in Louisville has decided to open files in a juvenile case that led to a teenager who was sexually assaulted being accused of contempt for tweeting information about the case. [WLEX18]

Every summer for the past four years, the National Organization for Marriage’s (NOM) Ruth Institute has invited college students from across the country to participate in its weekend-long “It Takes A Family To Raise A Village” (ITAF) conference in San Diego, CA. According to NOM, the conference is meant to prepare college students to defend “natural marriage” on their campuses by introducing them to a number of prominent anti-gay speakers and activists. [Equality Matters]

Sexytime Karen Sypher’s attorney, James Earhart, is going to represent Barbara Shanklin during the ethics shenanigans. [WDRB]

Everybody in Lexington is still freaking out about rising gas prices. Because, you know, they haven’t been rising everywhere else or anything. [H-L]

A homeless man claimed someone set him on fire while he was sleeping Sunday night. [WAVE3]

Take a look at these ten urban projects that could change city landscapes for the better. Don’t worry, Louisville isn’t part of this. [Fast Company]

The latest in a string of bogus headlines: Mayor Fischer assists in lowering euthanization rates in healthy animals. Wow. [WHAS11]

Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn vetoed a bill to allow expanded gambling in the state, where Churchill Downs Inc. had hoped to add slot or video poker machines at two of its properties. [Business First]

News that Lexmark will lay off hundreds of local workers has Lexington city cfficials(sic) assessing how it will impact tax revenues. [WFPL]

Tags: Business · Churchill Downs · Discrimination · Ethics · Gays · Greg Fischer · Homeless · JCPS · Jerry Abramson · Legal · Lexington · Metro Council

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  • 1 Gary Guss // Aug 29, 2012 at 8:47 am

    You spelled ” Youth in Asia” wrong !

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