There’s A Huge Catfight Brewing In New Albany

A man now is behind bars after fatal shooting a in West Louisville early Sunday morning. [WDRB]

This year Yom Kippur falls on Saturday, Sept. 14, which also happens to be the date for the UK/U of L Governor’s Cup football game in Lexington. [Honi Goldman]

It’s been three months since the Parkland Community Garden opened and Councilwoman Attica Scott invited the community on its progression. [WHAS11]

Really, someone is shocked that local television outlets hyped something like this up? Blood and fear are about the only thing that sell on the teevee. Unless you’re an afternoon anchor who sells herself to a disgraced PR hack without ever revealing your ties to him when you’re covering his stories. [WFPL]

Louisville Metro Police are investigating after a man was shot to death downtown Saturday morning. [WLKY]

Food banks around the country face growing demand, despite improvements in the economy. Many families are still underemployed and struggling. So some food banks are looking for more permanent ways to address hunger, beyond handing out food. [NPR]

Louisville’s latest homicide victim turns out to be a major witness in a federal murder trial. What was that, again, about there being no organized crime in Louisville? [WAVE3]

A Franklin Circuit Court judge ruled Friday that expansion of Kentucky’s Medicaid program can move forward while the court considers a legal challenge from the tea party. [C-J/AKN]

Cranes can be seen at the Kentucky Exposition Center on the grounds of Kentucky Kingdom. Crews are on site dismantling some rides and equipment and repairing others. [Business First]

A letter recently obtained by the News and Tribune highlights a fractured relationship between the New Albany Police Department and the Office of the Floyd County Prosecutor. [News & Tribune]

A liquor company has agreed to move its inventory of whiskey barrels after residents near storage warehouses said vapors were causing a black fungus to form on houses and vehicles. [H-L]

1 thought on “There’s A Huge Catfight Brewing In New Albany

  1. “Calling for Sandy Koufax”

    UK athletic honcho: “Oh, Jesus, we just learned that our big football game with you in Lexington falls on Yom Kippur. Didn’t you know either?”

    UofL athletic honcho: “Christ, do you expect us to know those arcane matters? Not one rabbi warned us!”

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