Compassionate City Or Murder City, Let’s Pick One And Stick With It

LMPD is investigating after a deadly shooting in the 700 block of Camp Street. [WDRB]

A fatal shooting reported Saturday in the Shelby Park neighborhood marked the 100th homicide investigated by Louisville Metro Police this year. [C-J/AKN]

WARNING! RIDICULOUS AUTOPLAY VIDEO! A new campaign is showing support for girls in Kentuckiana led by one of the oldest organizations promoting sisterhood and unity. [WHAS11]

Matt Bevin often touts that his administration worked with state lawmakers to stop the longtime Frankfort practice of diverting Kentucky Lottery proceeds away from need-based scholarships to bolster the General Fund. [H-L]

Louisville looooooves a pedestrian accident or death almost as much as it loves a murder. Metrosafe has confirmed a pedestrian was struck on the 15300 block of Dixie Highway. [WLKY]

Chanting “Not my president” and “love trumps hate,” thousands of demonstrators took the streets in cities across the United States on Saturday to protest against President-elect Donald Trump, who they say threatens their civil and human rights. [HuffPo]

WARNING! RIDICULOUS AUTOPLAY VIDEO! For the first time in four decades, the city of Louisville has reached 100 homicides. [WAVE3]

Lawyers for President-elect Donald Trump are asking for a delay in the Trump University trial until after his inauguration, according to multiple reports. [The Hill]

Standing outside his Highlands polling place on Election Day, Mayor Greg Fischer said he thought a new Republican majority in Frankfort could be open to the local option sales tax, a pet proposal of his administration for years. [WFPL]

An Ohio judge declared a mistrial on Saturday, finding jurors hopelessly deadlocked in the case of a white former University of Cincinnati police officer charged with murder in the shooting death of a black motorist during a traffic stop last year. [Reuters]

Ohio River Bridges Project officials said Friday that the final ramp closure on the bridge will end by 5 a.m. Monday, when the ramp from Interstate 65 South to I-64 West reopens to traffic, taking the bridge to its full six southbound lanes. [Business First]

Optum, an information and technology-abled health services business, is adding 105 customer service representative and pharmacy technician jobs in Jeffersonville, according to a news release from the company. [News & Tribune]

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A Gun Range Is Just What Clarksville Needs To Get Over It’s Reputation Of Being A Hot Mess, Right?

Audrey Cox is getting close to 80 and loves her neighborhood as much as the day she moved in. [WDRB]

Well, if it isn’t a living stereotype. An asshole blonde cheerleader spewing racist horseshit. [C-J/AKN]

A new name, a new sign. Kosair Children’s Hospital is now officially called Norton Children’s Hospital. The names of other Norton healthcare entities serving children also have new names. [WHAS11]

Don’t get too full of yourself, Jeff. Because I’ve spent the past decade surrounding you while the Democrats sat around twiddling their thumbs. Jeff Hoover, a Jamestown attorney who has been in the state House since 1997, will be elected Kentucky’s first Republican speaker of the House of Representatives in 95 years and only the third in Kentucky’s history. [H-L]

A pedestrian hit by an SUV while crossing Broadway last Friday morning has died. [WLKY]

And so, the so-called “unthinkable” has happened. Donald Trump, the racist, sexist, xenophobic candidate of the Republican alt-right, has been elected President of the United States. [HuffPo]

WARNING! RIDICULOUS AUTOPLAY VIDEO! You’ll never see local media freak out over the death like this. Not like they do when a random police officer gets killed 2,500 miles away. [WAVE3]

Donald Trump’s presidency is going to be a disaster for the white working class. Thank goodness half of them are too stupid (you voted for him) to realize it. [Vox]

Laura Ellis deserves to do more work like this because she’s terrific. Louisville needs more people like her. What do you wonder about Louisville, and the people who call it home? Last month, WFPL News launched a new series called Curious Louisville. [WFPL]

The Russian government had contact with advisers to Donald J. Trump during the American presidential campaign, one of the country’s top diplomats said Thursday. [NY Times]

Chicago Cubs fans are relishing that World Series win, and one Louisville brand is feeling the love. [Business First]

The Oct. 20 announcement that FireKing Security Group is planning to open a new distribution center in New Albany was historic for a couple reasons. [News & Tribune]

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Still In A Crazy-Ass Fog, Everybody?

Bye, David! The chairman of the Jefferson County Board of Education lost his bid for re-election on Tuesday night. [WDRB]

In the interest of fairness, Walmart failed there because of wealthy, white, idealistic, deluded liberals. [C-J/AKN]

The Louisville Metro Police Department is investigating a homicide in the 7400 block of Egypt Lane. [WHAS11]

Way to go, racist Republicans, you’ve reached peak whatever this is. A Republican House candidate who was denounced by his own party for offensive online comments beat an incumbent Democrat in a state House race. [H-L]

Police in Oldham County have arrested a man they said fired shots fired from inside a car three times on Tuesday night. [WLKY]

Donald Trump openly bragged about using his celebrity status to sexually assault women. And multiple women accused him of actually doing so. He said he was in favor of banning people from entering the United States based on their religion. [HuffPo]

WARNING! RIDICULOUS AUTOPLAY VIDEO! The win marks the first time Holcomb has been elected to office. It was just about five months ago that Gov. Mike Pence appointed the former state GOP chair as lieutenant governor. [WAVE3]

The election of Donald Trump to the Presidency is nothing less than a tragedy for the American republic, a tragedy for the Constitution, and a triumph for the forces, at home and abroad, of nativism, authoritarianism, misogyny, and racism. [New Yorker]

Bob Bernhardt is the principal pops conductor for the Louisville Orchestra. And this year, he’s celebrating his 35th consecutive season there. [WFPL]

Republican Donald Trump stunned the world by defeating heavily favored rival Hillary Clinton in Tuesday’s presidential election, ending eight years of Democratic rule and sending the United States on a new, uncertain path. [Reuters]

Qingdao Haier Co. is moving the U.S. headquarters of Haier America to Louisville from Wayne, N.J. [Business First]

“It’s almost like you’ve entered this book on the fourth, fifth or sixth chapter.” That’s how Vigo County Sheriff Greg Ewing describes his reaction to a 27-page criminal information filed against one of his deputies, Frank Shahadey. [News & Tribune]

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Yarmuth: Still The Only Real Democrat

The New Albany Floyd County School referendum has passed. [WDRB]

WARNING! RIDICULOUS AUTOPLAY VIDEO! If buildings could talk, the Nachand Fieldhouse would overflow with stories. [C-J/AKN]

Not that anyone was ever concerned about this race or anything. Democratic U.S. Rep. John Yarmuth has won re-election in Kentucky’s 3rd Congressional District. [WHAS11]

If you want to see how all the races played out last night, check out the most important newspaper in the Commonwealth. [H-L]

Voter turnout fluctuates in every election, but in West Louisville, one woman has been a constant presence at her polling place. Lottie Spencer first voted in the 1930s. [WLKY]

There are no adjectives to describe what happened on Tuesday night, at least none that seem appropriate for an election result as unfathomable as what transpired. [HuffPo]

WARNING! RIDICULOUS AUTOPLAY VIDEO! A woman found the body of a man she doesn’t know inside her van in the driveway of her home Tuesday morning, Louisville Metro police said. [WAVE3]

If you missed this shit yesterday, DIG IN! It is high humor. A judge quickly and somewhat angrily dismissed a lawsuit filed by the GOP candidate’s campaign seeking to put some early ballots on hold for no discernible reason. [WaPo]

Now what? It’ll eventually start sucking like every other festival, that’s what. So enjoy it while it lasts. [WFPL]

You did this, Republicans, with the hatred and fear you’ve fomented for years. Donald John Trump was elected the 45th president of the United States on Tuesday in a stunning culmination of an explosive, populist and polarizing campaign that took relentless aim at the institutions and long-held ideals of American democracy. [NY Times]

Kroger Co. is cutting hundreds of millions of dollars in costs thanks to investments in technology. [Business First]

The Vigo County School Corp. needs to look at its system of checks and balances to ensure the kickback scheme that lead to the arrest of two school district employees becomes “much more difficult to happen,” Paul Lockhart, school board president, said Thursday. [News & Tribune]

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It’s Over! It’s Finally Effing Over!

The JCPS teachers union and its political action committee have spent at least $291,005 to help Chris Brady keep his seat on the Jefferson County Board of Education, according to newly available election finance records. [WDRB]

A family court judge whose controversial comments about gay marriage recently caught the public’s attention wants state lawmakers in Kentucky to help put a stop to quickie divorces for couples who have children. [C-J/AKN]

It’s just the kind of non-story you need to get nervous about prior to voting. [WHAS11]

Suntory, parent company of Jim Beam and Maker’s Mark, released third-quarter financial results Thursday indicating broad-based growth internationally for its alcoholic beverages segment, the company said. [H-L]

A Kroger store is closing and every media outlet in town is losing its mind. [WLKY]

Hillary Clinton has consistently led in a greater portion of presidential polls in the two months heading into Election Day than President Barack Obama did in both 2008 and 2012. [HuffPo]

What could possibly be worse than standing in line on Election Day, waiting to vote? Waiting to vote with small children in tow comes to mind. That’s why the YMCA of Greater Louisville is offering free Election Day child care so parents can cast their ballots in peace. [WAVE3]

In the Texas county known as the buckle on the “execution belt” for sending more people to the death chamber than any other nationwide, both candidates in the campaign for top prosecutor are calling for moderation in capital punishment. [Reuters]

If you think history doesn’t paint a clear picture of who will win this race, you have no business writing about it and have literally done no backgrounding. [WFPL]

Every election season, cries that voter fraud will threaten the legitimacy of American democracy can be heard throughout the country. [ProPublica]

Union head tells GE Appliances workers to prepare in case of strike. Contract negotiations have been ongoing for months now. [Business First]

River Run Family Waterpark was recently recognized at the United Aqua Group’s 2016 Awards of Distinction Competition. [News & Tribune]

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THE SHITSHOW IS ALMOST OVER!

To be blunt, a Clinton probably won’t carry Kentucky for a third time because of bigots like Bill Lamb. We’ll all be better off once his generation finally dies off in another decade or so. And no, that’s not insensitive, it’s a fact of life. The vile racism and willful ignorance those folks spew upon the Commonwealth ought to upset you every single time you take a breath. [WDRB]

Rand Paul and Lexington Mayor Jim Gray went to friendly territory on Saturday as they looked for final votes heading into Tuesday’s election. [C-J/AKN]

WARNING! RIDICULOUS AUTOPLAY VIDEO! One man is still alive after a hit and run on 2nd and Broadway early Friday morning. Miranda Nelson says she was walking across the street with the man as he got hit by an SUV. [WHAS11]

Shitbirds of a feather flock together. In early October, Gov. Matt Bevin stood in the Capitol Rotunda, a few short steps from his office, and recorded a video because he had caught wind of a Democratic news conference that would call his record on education funding into question. [H-L]

Dozens walked through West Louisville Saturday spreading a message of peace as the city sees an increase in violence. [WLKY]

Shortly after the first presidential debate, former Obama adviser David Axelrod said on CNN that the commander in chief “can send armies marching and markets tumbling.” [HuffPo]

Two people are recovering after being stabbed at a Louisville Bar early Sunday morning. [WAVE3]

Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) said Sunday that Donald Trump’s final ad, which includes multiple Jewish Americans, is “something of a German Shepherd whistle.” [The Hill]

More unchecked bullshit from LMPD, so you know this can’t end well. But that’s what you’ve come to expect from Greg Fischer’s crew. The Louisville Metro Police Department has spent nearly $140,000 in recent years on social media monitoring software that can track and compile data on a vast number of internet users. The department’s ability to surveil social media users comes with little oversight and no guiding policy, according to documents obtained through the Kentucky Open Records Act. [WFPL]

As the youngest members of the millennial generation became old enough to vote in this year’s U.S. presidential election, states and social media platforms poured efforts into online registration, hoping to attract these tech savvy voters who now rival Baby Boomers as the country’s largest demographic. [Reuters]

You can thank human tire fire and homophobic trainwreck Matt Bevin for this. Kentucky took a tumble in the latest rankings of the states’ business climates by Site Selection magazine. [Business First]

In the last presidential election, 5,187 people voted early in Floyd County. [News & Tribune]

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Go Read That Herald-Leader Column

Homicide detectives are investigating after two men were gunned down in the same neighborhood Monday night as kids were out trick-or-treating. [WDRB]

Customers of LG&E and Kentucky Utilities would finally get advanced electric meters – sometimes called smart meters – at their homes and businesses under a proposal on Tuesday that includes a substantial rate increase. [C-J/AKN]

WARNING! RIDICULOUS AUTOPLAY VIDEO! The fall hospital report cards are out, and in some cases they contain disturbing results. [WHAS11]

Dearly beloved, we are gathered here today to mark the passing of Kynect.ky.gov, Kentucky’s health insurance exchange. WATB Matt Bevin killed it, not because it wasn’t working, but because it was working too well. [H-L]

Police are investigating the Metro’s 94th homicide. The shooting happened at 28th and Market streets around 8:05 p.m. Monday. [WLKY]

City officials in Orlando, Florida, on Monday released recordings of mass shooter Omar Mateen’s conversations with police during his standoff at a gay nightclub in June. [HuffPo]

WARNING! RIDICULOUS AUTOPLAY VIDEO! Students at the Lincoln Performing Arts School dressed up as words for Halloween. [WAVE3]

Opening arguments in the trial of a former University of Cincinnati police officer charged with murdering a black Ohio man during a traffic stop focused Tuesday on whether the victim tried to flee from police, putting the officer’s life in danger. [Reuters]

Lexington Mayor Jim Gray accused U.S. Sen. Rand Paul of having “wild-ass philosophies and theories” in their first and only face-to-face debate of the election year. The at times freewheeling event underscored the candidates’ differences on foreign policy and economic values. [WFPL]

Two decades ago, Muslim refugees fleeing Bosnia arrived in St Louis and became a crucial part of the city. Now anti-immigrant fervour might lead the Bosnians of St Louis to become more politically active. [BBC]

Almost Family Inc. signed a $128 million deal to buy a controlling interest in the home health and hospice assets of Community Health Systems Inc. [Business First]

Superintendents from seven southern Indiana school corporations came together Monday morning to urge legislators to think about the education of students in the Hoosier state. [News & Tribune]