Your Tolly Thing Will Track You Everywhere

The family of a man hit and critically injured Thursday during a hit and run on I-64 is pleading for information that will lead to an arrest. [WDRB]

More than 100 Kentucky bridges have advanced deterioration and are at risk of collapsing, federal records show, and the head of the state’s transportation agency blames the situation largely on increased, heavier traffic since the bridges were built. [H-L]

One arrest has been made after an early morning dispute led to chaos outside of Dollhouse Gentleman’s Club in Shively. Way to go, Shively? [WHAS11]

In news that will hopefully sour cable companies’ view of blackouts as a viable negotiation tool, Time Warner Cable has admitted that its pointless, month-long standoff with CBS ended up costing it customers. Meanwhile, the network came out of the dust-up unscathed. [Consumerist]

Shots were fired in the early morning hours Sunday outside a Shively strip club. Yeah, way to go. [WLKY]

Kentucky is moving forward with new science standards following a controversial week of rejection and then embrace as Gov. Steve Beshear announced he would use his powers to override any legislative committee’s decision to block implementation. [WFPL]

Hate the idea of expensive tolls? Then you won’t like finding out that the E-ZPass could track you all over the place. [Forbes]

Senator Rand Paul will participate in a west Louisville community conversation on Monday. Which means next to nothing. [WAVE3]

Take a peek inside the University of lOuisville’s new Nucleus building. [Business First]

The state’s child-welfare agency continues a pattern of “willfully refusing” to release critical documents in cases of near-fatal and fatal abuse and neglect, and it should be penalized and ordered to comply, The Courier-Journal argued in a legal brief filed Friday. [C-J/AKN]

In order to collect more than $1 million owed to the city, Jeffersonville is releasing the names of its top 10 offenders. [News & Tribune]

1 thought on “Your Tolly Thing Will Track You Everywhere

  1. “Studying Science or Preaching Religion?”

    To exclude evolution and climate change in the new science standards for public education would be an untenable insult to academic integrity. To include creationism and “intelligent design” would be tantamount to intellectual child abuse.

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