Another Compassionate, Deadly Weekend In Possibility City

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Nicole Cowherd’s husband, Charles Cowherd, was killed nearly six months ago. With the number of homicides growing in the city every week she worries her husband’s case is being put on the back burner. [WDRB]

Health benefits for retired union coal miners will not expire Dec. 31 under a compromise nearing a final vote in Congress, but coal country lawmakers say the deal is unacceptable because it is temporary and does nothing to address a related shortfall in the miners’ pension fund. [C-J/AKN]

Louisville Metro Police is investigating a homicide over in the 1900 block of Ivy Ridge Lane. That is not far from Manslick Road near the Gene Snyder. [WHAS11]

Hey, Paul Prather: get fucked. You’ve spent years whitewashing discrimination, homophobia and excusing this hateful bullshit under the guise of Jesus. Really, get fucked, you old, white shitsack. [H-L]

Three people were shot Sunday morning at a University of Louisville student housing apartment complex. [WLKY]

President-elect Donald Trump is expected to pick Exxon Mobil CEO Rex Tillerson, who has ties to Russia, to be his secretary of state, several media outlets reported Saturday. [HuffPo]

One person was killed in a shooting Saturday night in the Fairdale area, according to LMPD public information officer, Dwight Mitchell. [WAVE3]

Go watch Congressman John Yarmuth, the incoming ranking member of the House Budget Committee, discuss future budgets under Cheeto Jesus. [C-SPAN]

Maybe if people like Keith Runyon hadn’t spent years allowing Democrats to eat their own, ignoring scandal in his own liberal back yard, we wouldn’t be in this position with a manchild as governor. [WFPL]

The CIA has concluded in a secret assessment that Russia intervened in the 2016 election to help Donald Trump win the presidency, rather than just to undermine confidence in the U.S. electoral system, according to officials briefed on the matter. [WaPo]

Shares of Louisville-based Humana Inc. are down about 2 percent on Wall Street this afternoon after the company announced that it was adjusting earnings per share guidance because of a recent court decision. [Business First]

As Floyd County’s Veterans Service Officer, Glen Hammack is on a mission to let fellow veterans know there’s help for them when they re-enter the civilian world. [News & Tribune]

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1 thought on “Another Compassionate, Deadly Weekend In Possibility City

  1. Chip and Joanna,

    1.) Take really big before picture
    2.) Knock down all interior walls
    3.) Install Shitflap
    4.) Put up Faux Industrial stuff
    5.) Cute Banter with Kids
    6.) Profit!

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