Louisville Has Turned Into Giant Cornbread Skillet

Riders on Louisville’s public transportation system are about to see changes to six routes starting Sunday, June 9, but they won’t compare to the major cuts we’ve seen in recent years. [WDRB]

Medical marijuana purchased legally in other states is being illegally resold at premium prices on Louisville’s streets and in surrounding communities, police say. [C-J/AKN]

Thousands of UPS workers must weigh-in their own fate. But are they happy with a proposed deal on their salary and benefits? [WHAS11]

Wondering what people inside Kentucky Educational Television think about KET’s weaknesses? [Page One]

In April, the whiskey axis tipped. “You have just landed on the soil of the home of bourbon, America’s native spirit,” Bill Newlands, North American president of Beam Inc., told international spirits experts at the World Whiskies Conference. [H-L]

A report by the ACLU this week confirmed what many of us already suspected: Although marijuana usage is similar between black and white folks, black people are more likely to be arrested for possession (in some counties, much more likely). [WFPL]

Authorities said Kentucky’s largest city is becoming a hub for the illegal trafficking of medical marijuana. [WLKY]

The government’s broad programs to collect U.S. phone records and Internet traffic helped disrupt a 2009 plot to bomb the New York City subways, a senior U.S. intelligence official said. But the assertion raises as many questions as it answers because court testimony indicated the subway plot investigation began with an email. [HuffPo]

A young Floyd County girl kept a cool head and actually cared for her caregiver. She’s a special young lady and she’s getting a special – and rare – award for her actions. [WAVE3]

The Cordish Cos. has been selected to redevelop a massive industrial complex in Mobile, Ala. Something tells us that’s going to get interesting. [Business First]

The Kentuckiana Regional Planning and Development Agency is seeking public comment on the proposed update to the short-range 2014–17 Transportation Improvement Plan and amendments to the Horizon 2030 Metropolitan Transportation Plan. [News & Tribune]

1 thought on “Louisville Has Turned Into Giant Cornbread Skillet

  1. KET had my attention until I reached the “need” for a Starbucks in their building. Suddenly I became disengaged…

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