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Let’s Feign Surprise At Latest With Cordish Cos.

December 11th, 2012 by admin · 1 Comment

They have served our country, but now don’t have a place to live. That’s why a local not-for-profit organization is trying to provide some holiday cheer for veterans. [WDRB]

Kentucky State Police say donations to their annual “Cram the Cruiser” food drive are slightly down this year but they are expecting an increase during the holidays. The food drive started in November at two Frankfort locations and the agency will be accepting donations through Dec. 14. [H-L]

The court has to determine who murdered Trey Zwicker, 14, behind Liberty High School. Joshua Gouker and his son, Josh Young, are accused of beating Zwicker to death with a baseball bat. [WHAS11]

One can’t help but wonder if these dollars being spent to “sponsor” Thunder Over Louisville by KentuckyOne wouldn’t be better spent on caring for people who need it. [C-J/AKN]

A new prosecutor will be appointed to Gregory O’Bryan’s murder case. O’Bryan is charged with killing Sullivan University student Andrew Compton during sex in October 2010 and dumping his body. Compton’s body has never been found. [WAVE3]

The city may look to repurchase property that was recently bought by Clark Memorial Hospital in order to address the odors coming from the 10th street pump station. [News & Tribune]

More than $1 million intended to help needy students pay for college disappeared from a charity’s accounts. Federal investigators are accusing a local couple of cleaning out the coffers of a nonprofit foundation. [WLKY]

Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services Sec. Audrey Haynes said Monday that efforts to establish a state-run health insurance exchange are continuing to move forward. [Business First]

Quick, let’s watch all the people acting surprised that Cordish has caused yet another problem at 4th Street. [WFPL]

In June of 2009, HSBC Bank got a Jefferson County judge’s permission to have the house at 2823 W. Madison St. in western Louisville sold at a foreclosure auction. [C-J/AKN]

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1 response so far ↓

  • 1 charles // Dec 11, 2012 at 11:14 pm

    Curious !….Is there going to be another huge chunk of free money given to 4th St to open another Club!…Why dosen’t the City/Metro Council require/demand a reporting of the gross business $$$ being done at 4th st….They don’t need another Club there at ALL!….what downtown needs is residents before they can support all that!

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