Woah, That JCPS Principal Is Beyond Awkward

This is what happens when kids get bullied and it needs to fucking stop. Yes, we said fucking. IT NEEDS TO STOP. This should break your heart. [This, This, This]

Metro police are investigating two, separate homicides that took places within about three hours Wednesday evening. [WDRB]

Louisville Gas and Electric Co. has withdrawn its application for a new coal-burning-waste dump at its Cane Run generating station in western Louisville, ending a nearly three-year battle with environmentalists and power plant neighbors. [C-J/AKN]

A JCPS principal is on paid administrative leave after accusations surfaced that she sent bizarre e-mails to teachers. Some of the apparent messages included images of a scantily clad doll placed in locations throughout Dixie Elementary. [WAVE3]

When Austin Knight was a freshman at Lexington Catholic High School he stumbled upon a documentary about human trafficking. The PBS “Frontline” story detailed how the buying and purchasing of people for labor or sex was one of the fastest growing criminal enterprises in the world, second only to drug trafficking. [H-L]

A Jeffersonville couple’s quick thinking landed a crook behind bars. Julius and Linda Peffley returned home Friday afternoon after spending the entire morning at the doctor’s office to find 34-year-old Troy Brunelle inside their home on the 1300 block of Charlestown Pike. [WHAS11]

The potential sale of AEG, the Los Angeles sports and entertainment company recently brought in to operate the KFC Yum! Center, isn’t expected to have an impact on the Louisville management deal. [C-J/AKN]

With six weeks until election day, there is a push to register and drive African-American voters to the polls. [WLKY]

Yum! Brands Inc. recently opened its 4,000th KFC restaurant in China in the city of Dalian. [Business First]

Gov. Steve Beshear has named the 17 members of the state’s new Child Fatality and Near Fatality External Review Panel, which is comprised of a wide range of professionals. [WFPL]

2 thoughts on “Woah, That JCPS Principal Is Beyond Awkward

  1. Bullying is a major problem. My sister inlaw who teaches 1st grade at a southern Indiana school said she walked into the bathroom and found two 1st graders holding another 1st grader head in a toilet. The two first graders were suspended. The parents reaction was that it was no big deal. They were being boys

  2. What is it with principals at Dixie Elementary School? Their past principal, Adrian Sanford, is still sitting in prison by the way.

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