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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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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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]

The First Story Is Beyond Horrific

Police say a railroad supervisor discovered a gruesome scene Monday in Louisville’s Parkland neighborhood. [WDRB]

Go looking for Donald Trump’s Kentucky, and you might find yourself on Terry Wright’s front porch. [C-J/AKN]

A Justice from the nation’s highest court stopped in the Derby City Monday as she received one of the top honors from the University of Louisville. [WHAS11]

The University of Kentucky is making a dramatic change in how it gives out financial aid by concentrating more on students who need help paying for college. [H-L]

The Chicago Cubs’ bats for the World Series will soon be headed to Cleveland. [WLKY]

Donald Trump’s unpopularity is threatening to take the Republican Senate majority down with him. [HuffPo]

WARNING! RIDICULOUS AUTOPLAY VIDEO! Almost a year has passed since now-Miss Kentucky USA Kyle Hornback took the Breaking Cardinal Rules scandal to court, alleging that self-proclaimed ‘Escort Queen’ Katina Powell’s claims of providing strippers and sexual favors to UofL men’s basketball recruits devalued any graduate’s academic degree. [WAVE3]

Matt Bevin lost another round in court Friday when a Franklin Circuit Judge declined to vacate or amend his earlier ruling that Bevin could not abolish the University of Louisville Board of Trustees. [Ronnie Ellis]

If you’re wondering why trust in GLI continues to fall, here’s a look at how Kent Oyler is claiming to be unsure of the presidential election. [WFPL]

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton has a double-digit lead in the inaugural ABC News 2016 tracking poll released Sunday morning. [The Hill]

A retail and restaurant development on the retail-heavy Veterans Parkway in Clarksville took a leap forward earlier this week. [Business First]

Taking a second shot at securing funding for upgrades and rebuilt schools, the New Albany-Floyd County Consolidated School Corp. has an $87 million referendum on the ballot for Nov. 8. [News & Tribune]

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Your Morning Dept Of Dry Heaving

Another day, another gun murder in Possibility Compassionate City. [WDRB]

A Jefferson Circuit Court judge Friday denied motions to release five inmates from jail on the grounds that district judges refused to consider their financial status in setting bonds or consider granting them bail credit for each day they spent behind bars. [C-J/AKN]

Uh, both Dan Johnson and GLI are hot messes so none of this really matters. But hoo boy when is the crazy going to end? Nothing Dan Johnson says is anything but offensive. [WHAS11]

The $14.9 billion Kentucky Retirement Systems plans to end its controversial investments in hedge funds. [John Cheves]

Surely this isn’t the first time the teevee people have heard about a skeever in the Highlands? There are at least three of those creepers who flash their junk on a regular basis. [WLKY]

Following the news of yet another “warmest month ever,” NASA has basically called it: This year will be the hottest since record-keeping began in 1880. [HuffPo]

WARNING! RIDICULOUS AUTOPLAY VIDEO! Tuesday’s deadly shooting in Old Louisville is a setback for the historic neighborhood building a new reputation. [WAVE3]

As Election Day approaches and the polls continue to look dire for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, he is pinning the blame on everything except himself. [ThinkProgress]

As a shortage of primary care physicians looms across the nation and Kentucky, state lawmakers are considering whether to expand the role of physician assistants by allowing them to prescribe controlled substances. [WFPL]

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has disparaged “flat-chested” women, mocked a Miss Universe for her weight gain and bragged about groping women because he’s famous. [ProPublica]

If a new study by Zippia is correct, only one community in the Louisville area has figured out the secret of success. [Business First]

With more people in the audience than a typical school board meeting, most of the candidates running for seats in the New Albany-Floyd County Consolidated School Corp. got a chance to answer questions at a forum Thursday. [News & Tribune]

Everybody’s Excited For Big Toll Drama

Drivers will have roughly two months to challenge tolls believed to be charged incorrectly on Ohio River bridges, under rules approved Friday by a state transportation panel. [WDRB]

She had no prior record, but Alexandra Arnold, 21, of Carrollton is serving 10 years in prison for manufacturing methamphetamine, first offense. [C-J/AKN]

WARNING! RIDICULOUS AUTOPLAY VIDEO! Metro Police are investigating a fatal shooting just west of downtown. This marks Louisville’s 92nd homicide for 2016. [WHAS11]

The race for Kentucky’s U.S. Senate seat features two self-proclaimed foreign policy realists who have vastly different opinions about how the U.S. should engage in the world. [H-L]

Louisville metro police are investigating a shooting in the California neighborhood. [WLKY]

Donald Trump’s troubled campaign has seen an incredible exodus in support over the past week. After footage released last week showed him bragging about groping women, more than a dozen members of Congress withdrew their endorsements. Others, who’d previously stayed neutral in the race, called for the Republican presidential nominee to drop out. [HuffPo]

Kentucky colleges will soon get money previously cut from the state’s budget by Governor Matt Bevin. [WAVE3]

Jim Gray spent Saturday criss-crossing a swath of Kentucky between Louisville and Ashland looking for votes in his uphill battle to unseat Republican U.S. Sen. Rand Paul. [Ronnie Ellis]

Charles Seay leans against the chain link fence outside his Smoketown home, shaking his head at the rutted street beyond the curb. [WFPL]

The U.S. economy is on track to grow at a 1.9 percent annualized pace in the third quarter following the September data on domestic retail data, the Atlanta Federal Reserve’s GDP Now forecast model showed on Friday. [Reuters]

The University of Louisville’s endowment is set to gain nearly $29 million thanks to a reworking of debt under the umbrella of the school’s foundation. [Business First]

Initial funding has been secured and the Clark County needle exchange is expected to be up and running in about a month. [News & Tribune]