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President Obama’s Weekly Video Address

July 21st, 2014 · No Comments

This week President Barack Obama focused on equipping workers with the skills employers need now and in the future:

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Tags: Economy · Politics · Video

Business First OBSESSED With Term “Hispanic”

July 21st, 2014 · No Comments

Four groups will present their ideas for the newest JCPS school [WDRB] Louisville Metro Council members intend to add their voice to a growing chorus calling for a state referendum on the automatic restoration of voting rights for most nonviolent felons who have served their time. [C-J/AKN] Community members came together July 19 using sports [...]

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Tags: Crime · Economy · Education · Hype · Immigration · Indiana · JCPS · Legal · LG&E · Metro Council · Mitch McConnell · Politics · Race

President Obama’s Weekly Video Address

July 14th, 2014 · No Comments

This week President Barack Obama attempts to push Republicans in Congress to actually do work: Spoiler alert: it’s a lost cause.

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Tags: Congress · Politics · Republican Party · Video

What? Greg Fischer Cares About The West End?

July 14th, 2014 · 2 Comments

Haven House is trying to stretch its resources so they don’t have to turn anyone away. But they say the bridges project isn’t the only problem. [WDRB] You know we love the West End and always push the positives there but let’s get real a moment. It’s time to rain on Greg Fischer’s parade again. [...]

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Tags: Business · Greg Fischer · Homeless · Immigration · Indiana · Jeffersontown · Kentucky Kingdom · Mitch McConnell · Politics · Senate Race · University of Louisville · West End

Of Course LMEMS Is Involved In Another Mess

July 10th, 2014 · 4 Comments

A controversial policy will remain in place at Louisville’s Atherton High School. The policy allows transgender students to use the restrooms and locker rooms of their choice. [WDRB] Louisville officials face an uphill legal battle trying to force Norfolk Southern Corp. to allow pedestrian traffic on one side of the K and I railroad bridge. [...]

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Tags: Courier-Journal · Death · Discrimination · Ford · Health Care · Indiana · JCPS · John Yarmuth · Newspaper · Ohio River Bridges · Politics · Senate Race

Karen Sypher Is Poking Her Head Up Again

July 8th, 2014 · Comments Off

Louisville Male High School Principal David Mike and two other school staffers could face disciplinary actions at the hands of the Kentucky Education Professional Standards Board following the results of an investigation into allegations of cheating on a standardized test. [WDRB] A Wayside Christian Mission emergency shelter has begun an $11.8 million renovation that will [...]

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Tags: Bad Behavior · Charity · Courier-Journal · Education · Health Care · Homeless · Indiana · JCPS · Politics · Water · WDRB · Youth

President Obama’s Weekly Video Address

July 7th, 2014 · Comments Off

This week President Barack Obama celebrated Independence Day:

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Tags: Politics · Video

President Obama’s Weekly Video Address

June 30th, 2014 · Comments Off

This week President Barack Obama focused on economic priorities for the middle class:

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Tags: Economy · Politics · Video

Losing Faith In LMPD: Because Of Greg Fischer?

June 30th, 2014 · Comments Off

Wondering how to further discourage people from coming downtown? Jack up parking rates and make it tougher to park on the weekends. POSSIBILITY CITY! To think a majority of you folks repeatedly vote for Greg Fischer only to have this sort of thing repeatedly happen. Anyone with sense (not him) could have avoided all of [...]

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Tags: Business · Crime · Discrimination · Downtown · Education · Greg Fischer · Indiana · Lexington · LMPD · Oops · Politics · Poverty · Rumors · Steve Beshear · Weather · Youth

We Already Know Some Officers Racially Profile

June 27th, 2014 · Comments Off

Make sure you’re caught up on the latest in the Will Coursey sex scandal. Complete with newspaper and video realness, gurl. [Page One] Louisville has grown slightly this decade, but new Census estimates show outlying areas are adding people at a faster rate. [WDRB] A burst of cannon fire signaled the end of three years [...]

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Tags: Bourbon · Business · Dining · Education · Greg Fischer · Hype · Indiana · Lexington · LMPD · Ohio River Bridges · Oops · Politics · Race · Senate Race · Sports · University of Kentucky · University of Louisville

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