How Will The Fischer Crew Ruin It?

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How will Greg Fischer’s people ruin it this time? As the shock waves continue to reverberate from Wal-Mart’s decision not to build a store in west Louisville, there are efforts on several fronts to lure the company back, and prevent similar situations in the future. [WDRB]

Struggling to provide for themselves and their growing family, George and Katrina Ellis found themselves on the brink of homelessness several years ago when they lost their rental home and couldn’t find another they could afford. [C-J/AKN]

Metro Police are trying to determine what led to a man’s death after he was shot and taken to the hospital Saturday night. [WHAS11]

The only thing more frustrating than being a Democrat these days is being a journalist. The Gallup Poll shows that public trust in the news media is at an historic low, although we still have higher ratings than Congress. [Tom Eblen]

Louisville Metro Council members have introduced an ordinance to protect the environment. [WLKY]

The House of Representatives’ Science Committee sent out a Twitter message Thursday afternoon that appears to mock “climate alarmists,” an odd and disconcerting move considering the group is tasked with overseeing the government’s role in scientific research. [HuffPo]

Six people have been killed since Thursday in Louisville. On Monday morning, Louisville Metro Police addressed the city’s latest cases. [WAVE3]

In the back reaches of the Dakota Access Pipeline protest camp, U.S. military veterans, armed with saws, hammers and other tools, are quietly building barracks, an infirmary and a mess hall. [Reuters]

At a Kentucky Farm Bureau event on Saturday, Sen. Mitch McConnell thanked rural voters for helping Republicans take control of the state House of Representatives and White House during elections last month. [WFPL]

Donald Trump has called climate change a “hoax” and said he plans to unburden American industries from Obama-era requirements to limit emissions of carbon dioxide and the other greenhouse gases causing the planet to warm. [ProPublica]

The University of Louisville’s chief financial and administration officer, Harlan Sands, will leave the university, effective Jan. 6. [Business First]

While Floyd Memorial Hospital was sold to Baptist Health Louisville several months ago, the saga surrounding the proceeds from that sale has been far from settled. That could soon change. [News & Tribune]

1 thought on “How Will The Fischer Crew Ruin It?

  1. “The University of Louisville’s chief financial and administration officer, Harlan Sands, will leave the university, effective Jan. 6. ”

    Is this person being paid any “hush money”?

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