City’s In A Jim Ramsey Fog, It Seems

Opponents of a plan to let an aging pipeline carry natural gas liquids through Kentucky continue to call on federal regulators to conduct a more thorough review of the project. [WDRB]

Senate Bill 11 – signed into law earlier this year – took effect July 15 and is now allowing alcohol-related businesses statewide to receive new and increased privileges that are meant to support tourism and advance production. [C-J/AKN]

As students in our area stretch out the final days of summer vacation, many parents are already lining up school shopping trips and physicals. Norton Healthcare wants parents to know that back to school physicals can save lives. [WHAS11]

Franklin Circuit Court Judge Thomas D. Wingate on Friday denied the Family Foundation’s motion for summary judgment against one type of historical racing game, Encore, in use at Kentucky Downs in Franklin. [H-L]

As the story goes, the legacy of Muhammad Ali began when a young Cassius Clay had his red bike stolen from the Columbia Auditorium on South Fourth Street in downtown Louisville. [WLKY]

The father of a Muslim American war hero addressed the Democratic National Convention on Thursday, delivering a brutal takedown of Donald Trump and his inflammatory anti-Muslim rhetoric. [HuffPo]

WARNING! RIDICULOUS AUTOPLAY VIDEO! Neighbors in Shawnee surrounded a vacant home in a crime-stricken neighborhood on Friday demanding for the city to listen. [WAVE3]

A U.S. appeals court on Friday struck down a North Carolina law that required voters to show photo identification when casting ballots, ruling that it intentionally discriminated against African-American residents. [Reuters]

Former University of Louisville President James Ramsey has been fairly quiet since the Board of Trustees accepted his offer to resign Wednesday night. [WFPL]

Many patients sent to rehab facilities to recover from medical crises or procedures sometimes suffer additional harm from the care itself, a government study concludes. [ProPublica]

The old, now present, members of the University of Louisville board of trustees will meet next week to vote on the actions taken in their absence by a separate board. [Business First]

With a budget and bonds set, now West Clark Community Schools just sits back and sees what happens for the next month. [News & Tribune]

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1 thought on “City’s In A Jim Ramsey Fog, It Seems

  1. “Ramsey’s Return to ‘Back to Basics'”

    Reporter: “Sir, you’ve been silent since your resignation from the UofL. Why?”

    JR: “I’ve had to put my broken piggy bank back together. I took a hit financially and had to scratch and beg for more funds. My UofL piggy bank will need some loving care.”

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