The Water Company Costs You Even More $$$

The water in New Albany is back to normal, following a small ink spill that turned a creek blue. [WDRB]

U.S. Census Bureau data show cycling to work is more popular with those in lower-income households than with the wealthy. A larger percentage of Hispanics and multiracial Americans bike to work than do whites and African Americans, data show. [C-J/AKN]

Greg Fischer said his plan to keep children engaged this summer and out of trouble seems to be working. [WHAS11]

The United States is not wealthy enough to throw open its doors to everyone, Dan M. Rose explained Saturday as he marched past a “Deport Illegals” banner on the Alumni Road overpass on New Circle Road in Lexington. [H-L]

A former commonwealth’s attorney is expressing concern about having to testify at the trial of an accused killer. [WLKY]

The U.S. ambassador to the United Kingdom was seen at a London celebrity hotspot, complete with armed bodyguards. [Daily Mail]

With less than a month to the start of a new school year, a last minute push to register students by the Jefferson County Public Schools is ramping up throughout the city. [WAVE3]

Authorities say a man has died after being thrown from a boat into the Ohio River near New Albany Sunday. [WLEX18]

The Kentucky Labor Cabinet has cited Louisville Water Co. for violating trench-safety laws for the third time in four years, this time issuing a $84,000 fine for what the state agency called a “willful” disregard of the law. [WFPL]

Kentucky has lax restrictions on domestic abusers’ gun ownership—and the nation’s highest rate of fatal gun violence between partners. [Mother Jones]

Holiday World & Splashin’ Safari has something big in store for fans, but officials with the Santa Claus, Ind. theme park aren’t quite ready to say what. [Business First]

The large metal recycling bins supplied by the county for residents of its unincorporated areas are on borrowed time. [News & Tribune]