Who’ll Be The First To Poo-Poo Fresh NBA Talk?

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The U.S. Justice Department and an anti-abortion protester have settled a lawsuit alleging that he illegally grabbed and pushed a volunteer escort outside a women’s health clinic in Louisville. [WDRB]

A public transportation advocacy group is asking for a trial in a lawsuit over the Ohio River Bridges Project. [C-J/AKN]

Changes have arrived at Louisville’s Metro Corrections in the last several months and more will come in 2013 after the jail saw an unprecedented increase in deaths there. Seven inmates died while in custody in just seven months last year. [WHAS11]

Caren Brooks has reason to be hopeful about her daughter’s unsolved slaying more than two decades after someone slashed and stabbed her to death in a Woodford County field. [H-L]

Media publicity is taking center stage in the trial of a Jeffersonville man accused of stabbing his wife dozens of times in front of their young children. The case made headlines on both sides of the river. [WLKY]

This is not the kind of headline you really want to see for your town but are glad things are improving: Clarksville Police Department focusing on stamping out the town’s robust drug scene. [News & Tribune]

A woman is facing charges after police said she assaulted a gas station clerk. [WAVE3]

An opportunity for Louisville? Virginia Beach gave up its pursuit of NBA’s Kings. [Business First]

Cycling advocate Jackie Green has closed his original Bike Courier Bike Shop business at 107 W. Market St., citing insufficient cycling in the city to support his shops and others. [C-J/AKN]

Kentucky legislative leaders say solutions on how to pay for Kentucky’s underfunded pensions won’t likely be addressed in the 2013 legislative session, which began Tuesday. [WFPL]

2 thoughts on “Who’ll Be The First To Poo-Poo Fresh NBA Talk?

  1. Word on the street is that the Kings are going to Seattle. Louisville’s best bet to capitalize on the economic potential of professional sports is through extending pro-sports wagering to competitors on 2 legs. The 1992 PASPA act is blatantly unconstitutional and the special gaming priviledges granted to 4 States, jai alai, horse and dog racing will never hold up in court. Downtown Louisville and Churchill Downs should be full of travellers visiting Louisville to bet on the NFL playoff games this week.

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