Barbara Shanklin Cost The City HOW Much?

We’ll find out next week how much tolls will be on the Ohio River bridges, as officials with the project prepare to lay the groundwork for tolling in the coming weeks. [WDRB]

A judge assassinated while serving on Kentucky’s highest court more than a century ago has been memorialized with a portrait in the Capitol. [H-L]

Another Louisville library is getting a green designation for their efforts at energy saving. [WHAS11]

Are pension liars meddling with the criminal justice system in Louisville? [The ‘Ville Voice]

Another day, another damn school bus accident. Seven students were taken to a hospital after an accident involving a school bus, according to MetroSafe. [WLKY]

Jefferson County Attorney Mike O’Connell is involved in another skirmish with the district court, accusing a judge of summarily “cutting loose” two accused drug traffickers a few hours after another judge had set cash bonds for them. [C-J/AKN]

It’s 2013 and we’re still discussing food deserts in Louisville. That’s some real Possibility City stuff. We spend millions on bike trails, parks and on tons of unnecessary mayoral appointees but we can’t make sure our citizens have access to healthy food. [WFPL]

You will explode with rage when you see how much Barbara Shanklin cost the taxpayers with her ethics trial. It’s Possibility City, though, so a bunch of Democrats on Metro Council will attempt to spin this as a positive. [WAVE3]

Floyd County is facing a nearly $1 million combined shortfall in two major tax funds this year, with funding David Camm’s third murder trial being mostly to blame. [News & Tribune]

Louisville developer Steve Poe has received approval to build a second apartment building at RiverPark Place, a 40-acre residential and commercial development on River Road, just east of Eva Bandman Park. [Business First]

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