Don’t Let Fear Keep You Away From Everything

One local group says it’s concerned about possible plans to demolish a historic home in their community. [WDRB]

Lexington officials find ways to handle run-down and abandoned property. Could Louisville learn a thing or two? [H-L]

A brutal attack was reported early Sunday morning inside a South Louisville movie theater. [WHAS11]

A new nanotechnology to clean up contaminated water will soon be tested in Louisville. It will use two precious metals—gold and palladium—to remove chloroform from contaminated groundwater at the DuPont plant in Rubbertown. [WFPL]

Monday was fairly calm in Kentuckiana, but that won’t be the case in just a few weeks with events Thunder Over Louisville, the Kentucky Derby Festival Marathon, the Pegasus Parade, and the Kentucky Derby. [WAVE3]

The grandmother of Savannah Sparks, who died six days after arriving at Metro Corrections a year ago, has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the jail and the Tennessee company that’s been providing medical services at the jail. [C-J/AKN]

A judge must now decide whether a convicted killer should have to turn over a computer to his co-defendant in a love-triangle murder case. [WLKY]

Rivals Ford and General Motors said Monday they will work together to develop new transmissions aimed at helping them meet upcoming fuel efficiency standards. [NPR]

The family of Louisville Metro Councilman Tom Owen has sold seven acres it owns near the University of Louisville’s Belknap Campus to a Charlotte, N.C., developer that wants to build student apartments there. [Business First]

Governor Steve Beshear was one of the many Kentuckians worried for the 120 runners in this year’s Boston Marathon who call Kentucky home. He called the events in Boston a tragedy. [WTVQ]

City planners who have been hustling to put together an updated plan for foot and bicycle traffic in Jeffersonville completed an important step in the process last week when they held their final public hearing aimed at gathering community members’ input for the plan. [News & Tribune]