Muhammad Ali Blvd Gentrification In 3, 2…

From violence and crime to a thriving business district, there is a plan in the works to transform a 15-block stretch of Muhammad Ali Boulevard. [WDRB]

t’s time again in Jefferson County for the annual school scramble, where thousands of parents pore over the offerings and test scores and reputations of different schools, trying to foretell which choice will be the right one for their child. [C-J/AKN]

WARNING! RIDICULOUS AUTOPLAY VIDEO! Christmas is two months away, but UPS is already preparing for the holiday season. The company is expecting record holiday delivery of more than 700,000,000 packages between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Eve. [WHAS11]

Jesse Benton, a former campaign manager for Republican U.S. Senators Rand Paul and Mitch McConnell, is active in Kentucky’s U.S. Senate contest this fall even though he was convicted in May on felony political corruption charges and was accused by a British newspaper this week of trying to funnel illicit donations from a foreign source into the presidential race. [John Cheves]

Louisville police equine officers are a valuable tool in protecting the community. Now the department is allowing the public to get involved with one of its newest recruits. [WLKY]

Republicans these days are disgusting. Illinois Republican Sen. Mark Kirk made an ill-advised jab about the birthplace and ancestry of his Democratic opponent, Rep. Tammy Duckworth, during a debate on Thursday. [HuffPo]

A lawsuit filed against the Louisville Metro Government, Louisville Metro Police Department Chief Steve Conrad and an officer who shot and killed a man in 2014 has been dismissed. [WAVE3]

At three large rental buildings emblazoned with gold letters spelling out T-R-U-M-P P-L-A-C-E on the Upper West Side, the lobby rain mats embossed with the same name are being replaced, tenants say. The new versions, they have been told, will proclaim the buildings’ addresses, 140, 160 or 180 Riverside Boulevard. [NY Times]

The Kentucky Supreme Court’s decision to strike down Louisville’s minimum wage ordinance is reigniting local legislators’ desire for more local control. [WFPL]

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s employees are having a “tremendous problem” with health plans they don’t actually have. Trump himself doesn’t make much use of a health plan that he also doesn’t have. And all of this is a “disaster” for the American people. Confused? Don’t worry. So is Mr. Trump. [ThinkProgress]

A new master plan created for the Kentucky Exposition Center outlines $200 million in improvements to enhance the facility. [Business First]

Susan Blake and Stephanie King Miles aren’t content to just let a problem go when they see one. So when they found out that the Anderson community was overrun with abandoned animals, they knew they had to do something to help. [News & Tribune]

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