Come On, WLKY, Enough With Autoplay Videos!

A well traveled stretch of road near the University of Louisville will soon go from two lanes to one, in both directions. [WDRB]

Maybe they don’t know which outdoor activities are available, or how to access them. Or maybe they don’t think they have the time. [C-J/AKN]

We may be honest, but a new study says Louisville is one of the saddest cities in America. [WHAS11]

I feel sorry for the tens of thousands of unaccompanied children who have crossed our southern border, desperate to escape the widespread violence and poverty in Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador. But the people I pity are the adults in this country who — wrapped up in selfishness, mean-spirited politics or misguided patriotism — have tried to make the lives of these vulnerable kids more miserable than they already are. [Tom Eblen]

WARNING: autoplay video. This story will make your eyes roll back in your head. [WLKY]

Looky here! LMEMS is trying to hire another doctor because the one they have on staff (Richmond) is never in town. [Possibility City]

Barely three months after General Electric and the University of Louisville announced that a vacant warehouse would house an innovative microfactory for research and development, FirstBuild is open. [WAVE3]

This study found that kids prefer healthier lunches. The school food lobby refuses to believe it, though. [Mother Jones]

A preliminary analysis of the effects of the EPA’s new greenhouse gas rules on regions of the country suggest some states fighting the regulations—like Texas and Oklahoma—may see economic benefits under the rule. [WFPL]

Want to read the most scandalous Louisville Metro Animal Services story yet? Have at it. The worst in eight years of our LMAS coverage. Everyone from Greg Fischer on down are to blame and should be prosecuted. [The ‘Ville Voice]

Entrepreneur Alex Frommeyer is working with University of Louisville engineering students on a new venture called HelioMap. The startup provides a Web-based quoting service for solar panel installations in homes and businesses. [Business First]

Attorneys for same-sex couples challenging Indiana’s gay marriage ban are objecting to the state’s request that all 10 members of the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals hear the case. The American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana, Lambda Legal and a private law firm argue in a brief filed Monday that a three-judge panel is enough. [News & Tribune]

1 thought on “Come On, WLKY, Enough With Autoplay Videos!

  1. Why is there no listing of this position in the budget for LMEMS? What will they cut to pay this person? Suggestion – Dr. Richmond and the Chief of Staff would work.

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