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The Only Time We Want To Watch Dr. Phil

February 25th, 2014 by admin · 1 Comment

Adding a new chapter to one of Louisville’s most twisted murder stories, Dr. Phil took on the controversy surrounding the murder of 14-year-old Trey Zwicker. [WDRB]

Jim King needs to get a grip if he thinks that’s harassment. In fact, he discussed matters with us in 2010 that were similar where he suggested something similar was just fine for one of his political opponents. An attorney for Louisville Metro Council President Jim King contends that a Louisville woman who has talked to FBI agents about her allegations against King and another council member is harassing him with multiple ethics complaints and should be referred to the commonwealth attorney. [C-J/AKN]

A former federal prosecutor says it is naïve to believe the FBI is interviewing members of the Louisville Metro Council just to learn about policies and procedures. [WFPL]

Yes, a taxpayer-funded Ferris Wheel is a far-fetched idea. [WHAS11]

The Kentucky Public Service Commission (PSC) is calling on the state’s electric and natural gas utilities to work with customers who are having difficulty paying extremely large heating bills in the wake of extremely cold weather this winter. [Press Release]

Homeowners living near several railroad crossings in West Louisville are hoping for some peace and quiet. [WLKY]

As far as most Kentucky Democrats are concerned, the head of the national Democratic Party isn’t President Barack Obama, though they like him enough. [HuffPo]

With three new schools being planned to address overcrowding, Fayette County Public Schools officials voted Monday to implement guidelines to redistrict all of Lexington’s public-school boundaries. [H-L]

With temperatures way below normal for most of the winter, you’re in for sticker shock on the second straight heating bill. [WAVE3]

The number of stressed properties and blighted structures addressed in New Albany over the past two years has risen sharply, according to numbers provided by Mayor Jeff Gahan’s administration. [News & Tribune]

Kentucky is once again the second most miserable state in the country. [Gallup]

An Obama administration announcement planned for Tuesday also will provide funding for a related manufacturing research initiative that includes the University of Kentucky. And, U of L officials say, its participation in the program will help kick off the development at an advanced manufacturing and applied sciences park planned on 39 acres near U of L’s J.B. Speed School of Engineering. [Business First]

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  • 1 keatssycamore // Feb 25, 2014 at 9:20 am

    Not only is the harassment thing absurd (and, ironically, Fleischaker knows it & only puts it out there to chill this lady’s 1st amendment right to free speech) but his defenses as reported in the paper are really weak. Statute of limitations has run? And Rucker got some of the names of the various and sundry entities King & cronies use to do his “deals”? These are King’s non-substantive defenses.

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