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2014 Golden Poo Awards – GO VOTE! Last Call!

July 12th, 2014 · No Comments

It’s the final weekend to get your nominations in for the Golden Poo Awards. It’s been a hot minute since we’ve held them, so please chime in. Love a politician or public d-bag? Hate them? Think they’re corrupt? Want to see someone awful win a very fitting award? This is your opportunity to make your [...]

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Tags: Awards · Contests

Will Fiber Internets Become An Affordable Thing?

July 11th, 2014 · No Comments

Remember, this is Louisville, so anything that can go wrong will definitely go wrong. Gigabit-speed Internet may soon be coming to Louisville. The Louisville Metro Council is expected to approve contracts with three different companies for fiber Internet installation at its meeting next Tuesday. [WDRB] The tax on Jefferson County hotel rooms would rise 1 [...]

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Tags: Awards · Business · Contests · Crime · Dining · Greg Fischer · Indiana · Internet · Jail · Lexington · Metro Council · Police · Taxes · Youth

You Already Know You Can’t Trust Greg Fischer

July 7th, 2014 · 2 Comments

It’s almost been two weeks since this scene on River Road shocked witnesses, the EMS Community, and the victim’s families. [WDRB] Focusing on the strategies and programs in place to improve academic achievement and ensuring schools have the resources they need are at the top of Donna Hargens’ to-do list as she begins the final [...]

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Tags: Awards · Business · Contests · Death · Education · Guns · Housing · Indiana · JCPS · Ohio River Bridges · Oops · Republican Party

Greg Probably Still Clueless Re: Minimum Wage

July 3rd, 2014 · Comments Off

Jeffersonville Mayor Mike Moore has announced his candidacy for re-election. Which is a real shame for Jeffersonville. [WDRB] Two Louisville bicycling organizations are inviting the public to participate in a five-mile bike ride on Friday to celebrate new dedicated bike lanes that connect Old Louisville with the Highlands. [C-J/AKN] A civil suit was filed against [...]

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Tags: Awards · Bikes · Business · Contests · Death · Discrimination · Greg Fischer · Indiana · John Yarmuth · Metro Council · Race

2014 Is The Year Of Golden New Beginnings

June 30th, 2014 · Comments Off

After a loooong hiatus (remember when one of our judges died? it sucked after that), the Golden Poo Awards are BACK! The first year’s winners were great. So great that Keith Hall smashed his glorious pile and mailed it back to us. Second year’s were fun, as well. The third year? Well, we started but [...]

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Why Waste So Much Time & Energy On GLI?

April 16th, 2014 · Comments Off

Suicide prevention sheds a longstanding taboo: talking about attempts. [NY Times] The U.S. Secretary of Transportation is warning that gridlock in Washington could halt big transportation projects in Kentucky and across the country. [WDRB] Drivers downtown can’t miss the progress being made on a new Interstate 65 bridge and its approaches. But work on the [...]

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Tags: Art · Bad Behavior · Bourbon · Contests · Death · Downtown · Economy · Education · Greater Louisville Inc. · Indiana · Ohio River Bridges · Race · State Government · Steve Beshear · University of Kentucky

Your Weekly Transportation Lady Video Update

December 20th, 2013 · Comments Off

This week the Transportation Lady salutes the winners of the 2013 Adopt-a-Highway poster contest:

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Tags: Contests · State Government · Video · Youth

It’s Another Jerry Abramson Caption Contest!

November 6th, 2013 · 11 Comments

Here you go: Make it funny.

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Tags: Contests · Jerry Abramson

Greg Fischer And Papaw Beshear Had A Party

October 24th, 2013 · 5 Comments

It’s been a minute since we’ve had a caption contest here. So let’s go with Greg Fischer and Papaw Steve Beshear: If your caption is funny, we may publish it.

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Tags: Contests · Greg Fischer · Steve Beshear

Didn’t KY Just Do Big Things For GE Last Year?

October 14th, 2013 · Comments Off

General Electric Co. is challenging the fair-market value of its massive Appliance Park campus in southeast Louisville — a move that could cut the company’s property tax bill by nearly half. [WDRB] A lawsuit was filed this week against UPS and the Birmingham, Ala. Airport Authority by four homeowners who claim their homes were damaged [...]

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