Fancy Bridges Folks: Screw All The Poor People

Fire officials say the blaze that destroyed 3 cars and damaged a dessert shop is suspicious. [WDRB]

Knott County protesters blocked bulldozers with their bodies in the 1960s, lying in mud to shut down strip mines for hours. Today, they go to court and tie up everything for years. [H-L]

The Ohio River Bridges Project is accepting public comment to determine what, if any, relief on tolls will be given to low-income and minority populations in the region. [News & Tribune]

A judge has denied Metro Councilwoman Barbara Shanklin’s motion to halt the trial that could result in her removal from office. [C-J/AKN]

The bridges nitwits probably should have, you know, considered the impact of bridge tolls on low income individuals before making a decision. [WHAS11]

Wondering how the mouth-breathers are reacting to the DOMA ruling? Let’s take a fun look. [Page One]

For reasons that have eluded people forever, many of us seem bent on our own destruction. Recently more human beings have been dying by suicide annually than by murder and warfare combined. [NY Times]

It’s a double murder mystery, but a relative is pointing the finger at his own family for answers. He is speaking out for the first time about the cold case. [WLKY]

Louisville Metro Government will hold the first of eight town hall meetings Monday to gather citizens’ ideas and suggestions for the future of the city. [WFPL]

The deaths of a New Albany mother and her two children has been unusual from the start. Police concluded she drowned the children and then somehow drowned herself in March. [WAVE3]

Social media has changed how companies react to consumer feedback. In a feature posted yesterday, contributor Roger Dooley uses a couple of whiskey brands with Kentucky ties to make that point. [Business First]

The untold story of gun violence – life-altering injuries. Miles Turner V, 18, was shot at least five times on a Chicago sidewalk last October. Doctors believed he might die, but he survived. [Reuters]

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