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Senseless Gun Deaths Can Occur Anywhere

November 25th, 2013 by admin · 1 Comment

According to statistics from the Center for Women and Families, it’s an issue that affects one in five women and one in fourteen men in their lifetime. [WDRB]

All kinds of pseudo-East Enders are freaking out because someone was murdered in the parking lot of the fancy Kroger on Hubbards Lane. [C-J/AKN]

JCPS is releasing the findings of its first Envision Equity Scoreboard. [WHAS11]

Go help these folks investigate segregation at secondary schools. [ProPublica]

Maybe locals are beginning to realize that senseless gun deaths occur all over Louisville and not just in the West End. [WLKY]

While Lexington has debated and studied how to address homelessness and increase affordable housing for years, other cities and counties have implemented coordinated approaches to address aspects of homelessness. [H-L]

A Louisville family remembered their daughter Sunday who was gunned down one year ago. [WAVE3]

Really, LG&E? This is the horse shiz you’re aligning yourself with? Way to go. [Rawstory]

This local radio station ran a story about how important it is to give to the Salvation Army. We think you should give to any number of other organizations that don’t think it’s a good idea to discriminate. Because this is Louisville – a city where everyone should feel at home and cared for – not 1950s Alabama. [WFPL]

Hahaha, Greg Fischer wants Frankfort to $10 million on doubling Kentucky’s engineering degrees. That’s fine and dandy. Or would be – if there were engineering jobs for people and they didn’t leave for Oklahoma or some other godawful place. [WFPL]

A giant, low end dollar store. You can thank Greg Fischer’s guy, Bill Bardenwerper, for this mess. [C-J/AKN]

Southern Indiana officials are weighing in – or not – about a gay marriage amendment in in Indianapolis. [News & Tribune]

Comcast Corp. and Charter Communications Inc. would jointly buy Time Warner Cable Inc. and break it up under an idea being discussed to avoid regulatory concerns. Meanwhile, Metro Council continues to turn a blind eye. Because why do their jobs when Jim King’s friends have business to conduct? [Business First]

Tags: Bad Behavior · Cable · Charity · Death · Education · Gays · Greg Fischer · Guns · Homeless · Indiana · Lexington · LG&E · Metro Council · Youth

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  • 1 Jason Puckett // Nov 25, 2013 at 10:50 am

    If you think Time Warner is bad, you haven’t had to deal with Charter. All sorts of no goodness there.

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