Louisvillians Shocked To Learn Nawbny Has Parks

Early morning brunchers will now be able to sip bourbon or any other drink of choice on Sunday mornings. [WDRB]

The annual financial audit of Louisville Metro government found only one reportable deficiency, Mayor Greg Fischer reported Friday. Really? We’re going to take his word for it? Because there are dozens of people in Metro Government foaming at the mouth about this bogus audit. [C-J/AKN]

The Kentucky Derby is just over a week away, but the anniversary of an unsolved murder at Churchill Downs is also approaching. [WHAS11]

Two southern Indiana sites are on the latest list of the state’s Most Endangered Places, compiled by the preservation group Indiana Landmarks. [WFPL]

A group supporting local restaurants is suing one of their own alleging embezzlement and fraud. Louisville Originals filed court documents alleging an Asiatique partner withdrew tens of thousands from an account registered to Louisville Independents, Inc. [WAVE3]

For five indelible days, the unthinkable became routine in Boston. And no one felt that more than the police and agents mounting the largest manhunt in regional history and parsing its most complex crime scene. It took a cast of thousands — also courage, sacrifice, teamwork, and luck — to crack the case. But they did it. THIS IS A MUST-READ! [Boston Globe]

A fire ignited in downtown Shelbyville on Sunday for the second time in two months. [WLKY]

Many of the man-made ponds for storing toxic sludge from coal mining operations have dangerously weak walls because of poor construction methods, according to the synopsis of a study for the Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement obtained by The Washington Post. [WaPo]

A hearing officer in the Personnel Cabinet has ordered that Kentucky’s former chief racing steward be reinstated with back pay. [H-L]

Due to unsafe conditions, seating for this summer’s free Kentucky State Fair concerts at old Cardinal Stadium will be limited to the field and not allowed in the grandstand. [Business First]

New Albany Mayor Jeff Gahan said he hopes to have a permanent parks operations director hired within six weeks. [News & Tribune]

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