Maybe Possibility City Could Become Museum City

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You read about it here first. Two more women filed suit against Ted Pullen for sexytime harassment. [C-J/AKN]

The Kentucky Center for African American Heritage continues to face financial struggles despite $15 million in investments since a renovation in the late 1990s. [H-L]

The Jefferson County Constable charged with shooting a woman in a Walmart parking lot is expected to take a plea deal tomorrow. [WDRB]

Jerry Abramson says it’s necessary to balance energy production with environmental stewardship. Abramson delivered the keynote address today during the Governor’s Conference on Energy and the Environment. [WFPL]

Can’t this city go a week without a shooting death or a stabbing? An argument ended with a stabbing in the Cane Run area. [WAVE3]

The Kentucky Horse Racing Commission appears to be poised to drastically reshape the state’s Thoroughbred racing calendar by taking a month of races from Turfway Park in Florence and giving it to Churchill Downs in Louisville. [H-L]

You can’t even live in New Albany these days without your home burning down. But you can’t live in Louisville without getting shot. [WHAS11]

Edwin Chandler said he appreciates Louisville metro government “stepping up” and paying $8.5 million to settle a wrongful-conviction lawsuit, but he can’t bring himself to forgive the retired Louisville police detective he blames for his years in prison. [C-J/AKN]

Gasoline prices have jumped 20 cents in Louisville and that means it’s time for everybody to freak completely out. [WLKY]

Muhammad Ali’s boyhood home in western Louisville might become a museum with a restoration of how it once looked in the 1950s. [Business First]

3 thoughts on “Maybe Possibility City Could Become Museum City

  1. Do you consider it permissible or acceptable to “freak out” about a sudden *40¢* per gallon increase in gas prices? That’s what many folks here are experiencing. That is an unexpected 11% increase for people who are accustomed to using many of the area Kroger gas stations – a real budget-buster for many. Please don’t trivialize it.

  2. Abramson is such a big ol’ floppy whore. Before Brown & Williamson grabbed their wallet and left town like a married john when the roofie wears off, it was perfectly a-ok with His Honor for city employees to smoke at their desk. So I guess now we’ll all be busy balancing energy production with environmental stewardship until old man coal kicks the bucket and the Widow Abramson can find a new trick to take his place.

  3. I wish I could access the Ali article on Biz First, but Insight is so fudged right now, I can’t access half of the websites I normally go to.

    Well, even though I can’t read the article yet, it sounds fantastic to me.

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