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March 25th, 2013 by admin · 3 Comments

Louisville sees a triple homicide for the first time in nearly a year. Police found three men, shot dead, outside an apartment building in south Louisville off Georgetown Place, south of Berry Boulevard. [WDRB]

Officials who run Louisville International Airport have agreed to sell 18.4 acres in an industrial park near the airport to a development company that plans about 300,000 square feet of speculative industrial space. [C-J/AKN]

This is apparently the only news in Louisville. After numerous complaints of individuals not cleaning up after their animals, a rally was held for responsible pet ownership. [WHAS11]

Woah, ghosts from Mayor McCheese are haunting Greg Fischer! The infrastructure woes for downtown Louisville continued Saturday after a major water pipe burst severely flooded Mayor Greg Fischer’s office. [WFPL]

According to the Faux Family Foundation, the gays are responsible for these underground explosions. [WLKY]

This story certainly won’t help the hemp push in Kentucky. Sure, hemp and marijuana are not the same thing but it’s clear the opposition’s fear is that hemp will lead to marijuana. Amid the whir of fans and the glow of soft white light, workers tended to bright green seedlings sprouting in a giant greenhouse. [LA Times]

Two young men accused of breaking into Steven Baldwin’s home and fatally shooting him faced a judge on Friday morning. Jared Sowders, 18, and Garreth Stephens, 19, are charged with murder and burglary. However, Melanie Coghill, Baldwin’s wife, said it was the tweets she found on Sowders’ Twitter account that disgusts her the most. [WAVE3]

A picket line slogan “don’t dismantle our postal service” may not have much zing, but it was enough to rally 65 protesters out into the rain Sunday in opposition to cuts in mail service. [H-L]

The Louisville-Jefferson County metropolitan statistical area had 700 fewer construction jobs in January than it did in January a year ago, according to an analysis of federal employment data from the Associated General Contractors of America. [Business First]

We named names on House Bill 9′s shenanigans. It’s a shame these people allow their constituents who suffer from domestic violence to remain out in the cold. [Page One]

The members of the New Albany Ethics Commission have been chosen, and the group has held two organizational meetings, however, the body may not hear complaints filed over matters that occurred prior to its establishment. [News & Tribune]

Tags: Bad Behavior · Construction · Death · Dogs · Economy · Ethics · Guns · Indiana · Jerry Abramson · Lexington · Oops · State Government

3 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Gary Fields // Mar 25, 2013 at 8:26 pm

    So tell me please how is the ghosts from Mayor McCheese are haunting or responsible for the busted water pipes?

  • 2 jake // Mar 25, 2013 at 9:34 pm

    It was a joke…?

    Referencing the last time a water pipe broke and flooded the building.

  • 3 Cavemouse // Mar 25, 2013 at 11:47 pm

    Well, for one thing, every City/Metro owned building had very little maintenance or even repairs during Jerry’s terms. Leaks, mold and black crud coming up the drains were the norm in my former building. It surprises me that one has not had a major collapse yet.

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