Yarmuth Could Hurt Grimes Outside Louisville

Alison Lundergan Grimes has kept a low public profile since she announced that she wants Mitch McConnell’s U.S. Senate seat, and McConnell is using that to his advantage. [WDRB]

Frankfort city commissioners said they anticipate eventual passage of a fairness ordinance, but they spent two hours Monday discussing and tweaking a draft. [H-L]

The Louisville Metro Council court will meet on Tuesday, July 16, for a pre-hearing to talk about removing Councilwoman Barbara Shanklin from office. [WHAS11]

Louisville Metro Councilwoman Attica Scott, D-1, promoted a congressional candidate using her official Twitter account, which is in violation of the city’s code of ethics. [WFPL]

Another day, another senseless murder in Louisville. Such a common occurrence that no one is surprised these days. [WLKY]

The former admissions director for University of Louisville’s Brandeis School of Law — who in 2012 promised incoming students about $2.4 million more in scholarships than the school had allotted — has been indicted in the case, on a charge of unlawfully accessing a university computer. [C-J/AKN]

Food trucks have a loyal fan following here in Louisville. They’re a quick, trendy way to eat and they have a diverse menu. But are these rolling restaurants, really all that clean? [WAVE3]

Nationally syndicated advice columnist John Rosemond said he will file a federal lawsuit Tuesday against the Kentucky agency that licenses psychologists after it attempted to block publication of his column in the state. Rosemond and his attorneys claim the Kentucky Board of Examiners of Psychology and Attorney General Jack Conway’s office are violating his right to free speech by unlawfully attempting to censor his column, which offers parenting advice. [H-L]

As expected, the KFC Yum! Center experienced a loss in May, but management officials there still are forecasting a profit for fiscal 2013. [Business First]

Kentucky’s only Democratic congressman is predicting Alison Lundergan Grimes will run the most aggressive campaign that Republican Sen. Mitch McConnell has seen from a challenger. [WKYT]

A long-desired plan, and one of Mayor Mike Moore’s projects highlighted to use tax-increment financing dollars, needs another look, according to the Jeffersonville City Council. [News & Tribune]

3 thoughts on “Yarmuth Could Hurt Grimes Outside Louisville

  1. “Another Bloody Scandal at UofL”

    When will it stop? When will a public body investigate this corrupt place? I also note that Hamilton has the same lawyer as did Felner. It could mean another light sentence if he is convicted. Does UofL try to hire folks who will have clean hands? Not a nice precedent for a “law school.” Brandeis is recoiling in his ashes, no doubt.

  2. I would rather eat from a food truck where I can see who prepares my food and where is is cooked, than at a brick and mortar where I see neither. The WAVE report was a smear job, they used a gypsy food cart as the example and never really showed the licensed food trucks. I have been in several kitchens of some of our most venerated restaurants and came out nauseated.

  3. I would much rather eat at a food truck in most cases than some of the fast food places in this city. One of the most famous fast food places in Louisville that promotes the term Lovin It, has a couple of stores in this city that are nasty beyond belief and that was just outside of the cooking area. Frankly, with the sticky floors, lackadaisical employees, and a bad environment, give me a food truck any time. The same goes for some of the supposedly good restaurants that have well less than sanitary employees and no one sees what’s in the food. Years ago 20/20 did a great expose of what goes on in restaurants with hidden cameras etc. Makes a food truck where you can see what is being cooked an improvement.

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