Bold Idea? At JCPS? *FIGHTING LAUGHTER*

It was a bold idea: Temporarily re-assign a popular principal from a high-performing high school and place him at its largest feeder middle school, one that has struggled for years with behavior problems, low academics and weak morale among staff. [WDRB]

Lawyers are supposed to settle disputes by using their words. But on Thursday, a dispute in Probate Court spilled into the hallway, where it got physical. [C-J/AKN]

Metro Police are working the scene of an apparent shooting in the Phoenix Hill neighborhood. [WHAS11]

Matt Bevin couldn’t find a Kentucky vendor? This should end really well and will likely cost way more than suggested. $583,000 seems unbelievably low. Big Brother may be watching the next time you visit Kentucky’s Capitol. [H-L]

Louisville Metro police is investigating a deadly shooting in the parking lot at Muhammad Ali and Jackson. [WLKY]

Planned Parenthood is reporting a spike in donations and demand for long-acting contraceptives since Donald Trump’s election as U.S. president while abortion foes hope to gain momentum in their quest to cut public funding to the women’s health organization. [HuffPo]

A man who was shot in the Hallmark neighborhood Thursday night has died. The case is now being investigated as a homicide, according to Louisville Metro Police Department. [WAVE3]

A work crew began to dismantle a Confederate monument in Louisville, Kentucky on Saturday, the mayor said, in the latest move to take down or relocate symbols of the slaveholding Southern Confederacy from the American Civil War. [Reuters]

Surprise! The WFPL folks have noticed Eastern Kentucky again. At least that Brendan jackass isn’t trying to tag poor people like cattle this time. (How is he still employed there after the mass exodus of employees?) For Freida Lockaby, an unemployed 56-year-old woman who lives with her dog in an aging mobile home in Manchester, Ky., one of America’s poorest places, the Affordable Care Act was life altering. [WFPL]

Donald Trump’s decision to nominate Sen. Jeff Sessions as attorney general is being met with alarm at the Justice Department’s civil rights division and could trigger an exodus there, former officials said Friday. [Politico]

The orange construction barrels that have been more than a hindrance to downtown commuters between Louisvile and Jeffersonville are starting to peel away as the major work on the nearly $1.3 billion Downtown Crossing has wrapped up on budget and slightly ahead of time. [Business First]

Clark County Councilman Joe Hubbard, who lost re-election by less than two dozen votes, said he’s still considering filing for a recount. [News & Tribune]

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