Louisville Is Not Compassionate, Greg Fischer

Another week filled with murder, no doubt. A MetroSafe dispatcher says police are investigating after a man was found shot. [WDRB]

After Louisville’s worst homicide tally in 36 years, A Kentucky Newspaper looks at who killed whom and where. [C-J/AKN]

WARNING! RIDICULOUS AUTOPLAY VIDEO! A neighborhood witnessed a police shooting. [WHAS11]

This should make you feel totally safe and relaxed. An estimated 1,600 to 1,800 tons of low-level radioactive waste was illegally dumped in an Estill County landfill, and now state officials are warning other solid-waste operators not to accept any of the material. [H-L]

See? It’s straight up Murder City. Police responded to a shooting in the 1100 block of South 7th Street early Sunday. [WLKY]

If you open the newspaper to the business section or listen to a politician talking about economic growth in the country, it may seem that manufacturing is booming in America. After all, the U.S. auto industry saw record sales in 2015, selling 17.5 million cars and light trucks. Americans spent an estimated $570 billion buying new rides. With thousands of jobs being added in the past few years, people everywhere are praising the industry for rebuilding our economy and the middle class. But as those of us who work at auto plants know, that’s not the full story. [HuffPo]

Your local media fails you when it refers to shootings by cops as “officer involved.” [WAVE3]

AT&T is why Louisville can’t have nice things. All the politicians and lobbyists they’ve bought = bad news bears. [Ars Technica]

The Speed Art Museum has received a $1 million donation to support free admission on Sundays for the next five years, it announced Tuesday. [WFPL]

On Wednesday, House Republicans boycotted the House’s opening prayer to protest what they thought was an inappropriate prayer the previous day for women’s “quest for reproductive justice.” Thursday it was the Senate’s turn as each party accused the other of gamesmanship and pettiness — there were even suggestions one side insinuated the other is racist. [Ronnie Ellis]

2015 was a year to remember for Louisville-based Churchill Downs Inc. [Business First]

Parties in the Jeffersonville City Council At-large recount appeal will have to wait a couple more weeks, as the judge won’t issue a ruling until the week of March 7 at the earliest. [News & Tribune]