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Everyone Is Afraid To Get Shot On The Snyder

June 11th, 2014 by admin · 1 Comment

A woman says she saw two men running from the area of the Snyder shooting. [WDRB]

Contributions to the 61st annual WHAS Crusade for Children totaled $5,637,680. [C-J/AKN]

Louisville Metro Police officers are turning to the public to get answers about who may have fired shots into a car on the Gene Snyder Freeway over the weekend. [WHAS11]

The 2018 World Equestrian Games will be held in Canada after all, apparently thanks to a dispute over sponsorship. [H-L]

Another day, another sad shooting in Possibility City. [WLKY]

Climate change is driving up the number of children who are living with asthma, according to a new White House report out Friday. [The Hill]

Jefferson County Attorney Mike O’Connell released a statement and call to action after medical examiners said his son, Matt O’Connell, died of an overdose of cocaine, heroin and alcohol in May. [WAVE3]

Eating crow is never fun but that’s what Jake is doing. Help him get things squared away? If you get something out of this content, consider doing so in order to ensure that it continues. [Click Here For Details]

Democratic Jefferson County Judge-Executive Bryan Matthews is taking on a new public service role—Louisville Metro Council aide. Matthews’ dual roles — a county official also working as a Metro officer — raises a host of questions. Of course he works for Dan Johnson. Of course he does. [WFPL]

Detroit’s reliance on casino cash to help fund a recovery from the city’s historic bankruptcy is a high-risk bet on what is an increasingly shaky source of income. [Reuters]

The economic impact analysis of the KFC Yum! Center in downtown Louisville is pretty standard, according to a University of Kentucky economist. But like similar studies, it fails to take some factors into consideration. [Business First]

Neace Lukens account executive Sandy Halstead is Clark County’s new agent of record for health insurance, but the county may now face litigation from its former agent. [News & Tribune]

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  • 1 gary Guss // Jun 11, 2014 at 12:17 pm

    “Democratic Jefferson County Judge-Executive Bryan Matthews is taking on a new public service role—Louisville Metro Council aide. ”

    Of course his uncle David Kaplan wrote the legal opinion that he claims is allowing him to do this.. so we know that’s totally unbiased. Whew glad we dodged that bullet.

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