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A Truly Mind-Blowing Story In Indiana

September 30th, 2010 · 3 Comments

You know what you don’t do when you’re charged in an accidental shooting of your child? This: “Hope you all are having fun!” That’s what Latanya M. Taylor said to the media just before she was ushered into Clark Superior Court Thursday afternoon. -SNIP- Hill appeared to make sarcastic gestures to photographers as he was [...]

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Tags: Bad Behavior · Indiana · Parenting

You Should Probably Get Your Kids Up & Moving

August 19th, 2010 · Comments Off

Okay. Let’s face it. As a former fatty, I fat shame people into not weighing 600 pounds. So I am super-excited that the Louisville Science Center is teaming up with the Louisville Ballet to get both kids and adults moving. The two organizations will partner to offer dance, health and fitness-themed activities on three dates: [...]

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Tags: Parenting · Possibility City · Youth

Louisville Must Be Filled With Crazed Perverts

July 19th, 2010 · 2 Comments

Wanna be part of the Louisville Botanical Garden & Conservatory? Here’s your opportunity. [Consuming Louisville] Who do you trust on Wall Street Reform? Jim Bunning or John Yarmuth? [Joe Arnold] Apparently, I’m the devil for not talking about My Morning Jacket’s planned show at the arena in October. So here’s a link for you. [Backseat [...]

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Tags: Arena · Bad Behavior · Banking · Concerts · Economy · Green · Greg Fischer · John Yarmuth · Mayor's Race 2010 · Music · Ohio River Bridges · Parenting · Taxes

Oldham Parents Really Want to Know

August 20th, 2009 · 6 Comments

Parents in Oldham County are pretty upset with the school system there. They want to know more about the student who has come down with the swine flu — like which school the student was attending. But the school system says it’s not telling — preferring to anger parents by leaving them in the dark [...]

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Tags: Health Care · Parenting · University of Louisville

More Questions About the Downtown Riot

August 6th, 2009 · 36 Comments

Think that little dust-up downtown was no big deal? Well, we’ve got tons more questions about how the whole thing happened, and why, with a history of bad behavior at this event, more wasn’t done to prevent violence. Here’s a hint — you can’t just invite 5,000 kids to converge on a location without any [...]

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Tags: Downtown · Education · Parenting · Police

Coach’s Story Doesn’t Make Sense

August 3rd, 2009 · 4 Comments

At what point, I wonder, did Butler High girls’ basketball coach Eddy Wilson realize he’d crossed the ethical line? Was it after a hundred text messages (on his way to 555), some after midnight, to a member of his team? JCPS fired the coach of Butler’s 2008 state champs, saying he had spent more than [...]

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Tags: Bad Behavior · High School · JCPS · Parenting

Just Show Up and Avoid Arrest

July 14th, 2009 · 5 Comments

It’s the ninth year that the county attorney’s office has had to send out officers to deliver summons to bad parents. Really, there’s no excuse for these people. A news release from Mike O’Connell’s office explains that the parents of 39 elementary school aged kids, who have been warned repeatedly, now have the law after [...]

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Tags: Crime · Education · JCPS · Parenting

Sweating It Out

June 25th, 2009 · Comments Off

Yea, it’s hot. Hope this helps get you through the day. Fire Away: Good for Cary Stemle, who got another TIME byline on the New Bethel Church Open Carry controversy. It’s Saturday, by the way. Paston Ken Pagano has done tons of interviews, but turned down ABC’s request to cover the event because he thinks [...]

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Healthy Start, Healthy Budget

June 22nd, 2009 · 1 Comment

Metro Louisville Public Health Department has been awarded a whopping $6.375 million in a five-year grant to continue the goal of reducing infant mortality. That’s $1.275 million per year for the program, which has increased the number of women receiving preventive services after the delivery of the baby from 51% in 1999 to 91% in [...]

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Tags: Congress · Jerry Abramson · John Yarmuth · Metro Government · Neighborhoods · Parenting

News from the Dept of Happy Happy

March 11th, 2009 · Comments Off

Western Kentucky is in the NCAA Tournament after winning the Sun Belt Tournament late last night. We’re happy about reporting this news. Really, what’s more important than that? This week is Selection Sunday, when we find out where WKU, Morehead and U of L are going for the first round. And maybe where Billy Gillispie [...]

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