Jeffersonville Sweeping Out Homeless Population

How many years did that take? Fourth Street Live in downtown Louisville changes its dress code in response to claims of racial discrimination. Be sure you check all the racist comments out. Way to go, Louisville mouth-breathers. [WDRB]

The University of Louisville board of trustees voted Thursday to extend the appointment of School of Nursing Dean Marcia Hern. The board’s action follows a committee’s five-year favorable review of Hern’s performance. Two words: NINA YODER. [C-J/AKN]

Murders grab headlines, but at University Hospital’s Room No. 9, the trauma team is increasingly saving the lives of gunshot victims who would not have made it just a decade ago. [WLKY]

It’s time to honor those groups and individuals who have served their fellow Kentuckians in an exceptional manner during the past year. Nominations are now being accepted for the 2012 Governor’s Awards for Volunteerism and Service. [Click the Clicky]

Steve Beshear said that children will not be collateral damage in budget battles. Spoiler alert: yes they will! [WHAS11]

State law has local agencies reviewing gun-ban policies in Lexington. This is also happening at a record pace in Louisville. [H-L]

You really need more proof that mouth-breathers have an unhealthy hold on Bullitt County? Gun control is the talk of the town in Bullitt County after the county sheriff told a local newspaper he will not support or enforce any gun control law that goes against the constitution. Interesting comments on this story, as well. [WAVE3]

The anti-McConnell ad is set to begin airing during the Cards game and during the big Sunday political chat shows. It’s also airing before and after President Barack Obama’s State of the Union broadcast in Louisville, Lexington and D.C. [It Won’t Matter]

During the past four years, a fund designed to boost Kentucky’s agricultural base has given nearly $5.87 million to agricultural organizations in Jefferson, Bullitt, Oldham and Shelby counties. [Business First]

The city of Jeffersonville plans to soon resume sweeps of homeless camps. Where are all the homeless advocates in Louisville on this issue? [News & Tribune]

Persistent Senate Republicans pushed a bill over its first legislative hurdle on Wednesday in an effort to require doctors to allow women seeking abortions to look at ultrasound images. [H-L]

1 thought on “Jeffersonville Sweeping Out Homeless Population

  1. “On Renewing the Card Dean”

    Oh, my, where is administrative expediency more important than free speech? UofL, of course.

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