UofL Won A Big Sugar Sports Thing, We Hear

A big sports thing happened, we think, and it is maybe a good thing for the University of Louisville. [WDRB]

In the wake of the KFC Yum! Center opening, which has brought Louisville more high-profile concert tours, along with the attendant frenzy for tickets, more local customers, especially those less savvy or on a budget, are growing accustomed to disappointment. [C-J/AKN]

This sounds terrific for Jefferson County Public Schools. A Jefferson County school teacher was arrested after police say her kids were shooting guns in their neighborhood. [WHAS11]

Contemplating a proclamation and the issuance of a new stamp. I had heard the U.S. Postal Service was issuing a commemorative stamp honoring the 150th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation. [H-L]

A 1998 murder of a married woman left many questions and now police are searching for the man they believe to be the killer, her husband. [WAVE3]

With no immediate use planned, the Frazier History Museum has purchased a close-by West Main Street building. [Business First]

The Clarksville Town Council voted unanimously to elect Bob Polston to the top spot in Clarksville government at a reorganization meeting Wednesday. [News & Tribune]

U.S. Marshals arrested a man Wednesday and charged him with robbing four banks in Louisville last month. Louisville Metro Police said each of Robert Manley’s alleged robberies were similar: He would give a bank employee a note demanding money. [C-J/AKN]

Kentucky Utilities will spend $57 million to install updated pollution control equipment and pay civil penalties under the terms of a proposed consent decree. [WFPL]

What’s to come with the new Commonwealth’s Attorney for Jefferson County? Any predictions? [WLKY]

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