Been Reading About The Racial Issues At UK?

Despite efforts by a judge and his lawyer to keep him quiet, the man accused of gunning down two people inside a Louisville church fought to speak in court Thursday morning. [WDRB]

The relocation of Christmas in the City activities to Fourth Street produced enough positives to justify keeping it there at least another year, city officials said Thursday. [C-J/AKN]

When will they do the same for Democrats? Protesters gathered in Louisville on Thursday to discuss a new report that details Senator Mitch McConnell’s campaign finance contributions. [WHAS11]

Dr. Latchin Hatemi is an intriguing character. He finished at The University of Kentucky School of Medicine, and was a top student during his time there. But during his years of study, Dr. Hatemi noticed a couple of disturbing trends. You UK folks will want to pay attention to this. The issue is not going away any time soon. [Click the Clicky]

The Metropolitan Sewer District said the water from those two breaks mixed with raw sewage. They estimate more than 74,000 gallons of the mixture spilled into Beargrass Creek and cleanup is not possible. [WAVE3]

Time Warner Cable pulled the plug on Current TV just hours after news of the cable channel’s sale to Al Jazeera became official. [HuffPo]

Oh, wait… Time Warner Cable left the door open Thursday to the possibility of carrying Al Jazeera’s new U.S.-based network, which is set to replace Current TV following Wednesday’s acquisition. [HuffPo]

Wondering what bad parents look like? Get a load of these meth heads who had their kid in the room. [WLKY]

A 92-year-old man thought to be having a war flashback briefly held a nursing assistant at knifepoint Thursday morning at a Harrodsburg hospital before police disarmed him. [H-L]

Twelve paws and all, three canines began serving as the front line of defense against bed bugs for New Albany Public Housing Thursday. [News & Tribune]

More and more Kentucky businesses are moving across the river to Indiana. Harrison County leaders expect to learn this month whether an unidentified Kentucky company will accept a $5 million offer to locate a new business near Interstate 64 at Lanesville. [C-J/AKN]

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