King Exploring Disciplinary Measures For Council

The number of guns confiscated at Louisville airport’s security has more than doubled in a year’s time. [WDRB]

Burton has sued Norton Brownsboro not for malpractice but instead for violating the Kentucky Consumer Protection Act, which prohibits “unfair, false, misleading or deceptive acts or practices in the conduct of any trade or commerce.” [C-J/AKN]

The family of a teen shot in Louisville’s Smoketown Neighborhood Monday night said the young man is expected to survive. [WHAS11]

Republicans demanded Tuesday that Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Alison Lundergan Grimes disclose more information about her campaign’s use of a bus and other services provided at seemingly discounted prices by a company her father owns. [H-L]

A vacant block of West Main Street will be turned into a temporary plaza. [WLKY]

An investigative committee has taken charge of digging into a nightmarish scandal that mayor Greg Fischer has refused to deal with. [The ‘Ville Voice]

This year’s trick-or-treating at Jeffersonville’s Downtown Halloween may be saved from the ax. [WAVE3]

Georgia Congressman John Lewis talks about what changed — and didn’t — because of the movement he helped to lead 50 years ago. [ProPublica]

Louisville Metro Council President Jim King is looking at ways for the legislative branch to discipline lawmakers short of their removal from office. [WFPL]

An estimated 5,000 gallons of fuel oil spilled into the Ohio River about 20 miles southeast of Cincinnati. [Ashland Independent]

Louisville-based Thorntons has provided University of Louisville Athletics with $3 million as a matching gift toward its goal to build an academic center on the south end of Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium. [Business First]

Most Southern Indiana residents know about the 1.2 million-square-foot Amazon Fulfillment Center at River Ridge Commerce Center, but few know the inner workings of the massive economic engine. [News & Tribune]