How Many Dog-Killing Idiots ARE There? Damn

And just who are his primary backers? Mayor Greg Fischer on Friday questioned the science underlying the Louisville Metro Air Pollution Control District’s enforcement action against bourbon-aging warehouses. That position put Fischer at odds with his own experts and more in line with the bourbon industry. [C-J/AKN]

A group of former Kentucky Kingdom workers have banded together to push for the re-opening of the amusement park, and the movement is gaining momentum. [WDRB]

Yesterday, Congressman John Yarmuth joined Bellarmine University President Dr. Joseph J. McGowan at a news conference to announce $600,000 in new federal funding for scholarships that promote studies in chemistry, physics, technology, engineering, and mathematics. [Press Release]

Angel the dog who survived the tornado back in March, has now been adopted. [WHAS11]

Louisville’s Landmarks Commission will hold its first designation hearing next week since the city changed the law regulating its landmarks process last month. [WFPL]

A northern Kentucky man is facing 175 counts of animal cruelty charges. [WAVE3]

The Louisville man charged with fatally shooting two of his neighbors at a homeowners’ association meeting has pleaded not guilty to two murder charges and seven counts of wanton endangerment. [H-L]

Way to go, Southern Indiana, you’ve made Kentucky look good! A shooting outside a Clarksville bar sent one man to University of Louisville Hospital and two others to jail. [WLKY]

Wait, wait, it gets even better. A Charlestown man was arrested Sunday after a dog tethered to the bed of his pickup truck leapt from the vehicle and was strangled to death as it was dragged for several blocks on Jeffersonville roadways. [News & Tribune]

Have you seen the shady things some Democrats are trying to pull out in the state this year? Party aside, it’s not surprising that someone who sucks the mega teat in Frankfort is pulling pandering stunts like this. [Page One]

Transit Authority of River City will receive $4.4 million in federal funding to replace its high-emission trolley cars with zero-emission buses. [Business First]