Go Ask Jim Ramsey About That Silly New “Study”

In about an hour, a bunch of people will be in the University Hospital auditorium for a presser.

Steve Beshear, Jack Conway, Greg Fischer, Jimbo Ramsey and others from UofL.

They’re taking part in a fancy news conference at 10:30 A.M.

Perfect opportunity for the mainstreamers to press Ramsey and crew after the main event over that silly report about how an NBA team would be disastrous for Louisville. Maybe find out why they’re so dead set against progress in Louisville.

P.S. A bit of a prediction: UofL will partner with Jewish. So shocking.

Yet Another Cordish Failure & A Silly New “Study”

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Meanwhile, two or three people are still pretending that 4th Street is a success and not a disastrous, expensive failure for taxpayers. The Pub Restaurant on 4th Street Live has run dry, marking the latest in a long line of businesses to leave the block. [WDRB]

Regardless of what anyone thinks about Greg Fischer, he deserves praise for pushing after-school programs in Louisville. [C-J/AKN]

Seems like only yesterday we were discussing Clark County Schools and those shenanigans involving Tony Bennett with Francene. Democrat Glenda Ritz won the race for the state’s schools superintendent by challenging the education overhaul implemented by the Republican incumbent Tony Bennett, but her power to stop the sweeping changes in Indiana schools may be limited. [News & Tribune]

That sound you hear is Bob Gunnell being involved in yet another publicity stunt that attempts to kill all progress in Louisville. We’re guessing he still hasn’t paid back his former business partners and still owes Goldsmith. What an absolutely stupid “study” to push around as legitimate. It’s a shame that UofL has a hand in this. [WHAS11]

It’s maybe not a terrific week for John Schnatter. Shares of Papa John’s declined on Tuesday following news of class-action certification for a lawsuit that claims the pizza chain had unsolicited text messages sent to cell phones. [HuffPo]

Of course Tom Wine is firing political opponents and anybody else who has rubbed him the wrong way. This is Possibility City and that’s how things work. [WLKY]

A new report says many of the nation’s coal-fired power plants won’t be competitive once they’re upgraded with pollution controls. [WFPL]

You’ll never see something like this happening in Louisville. Commerce Lexington and the Lexington Industrial Foundation have offered $80,000 to help pay consultants working to help the city solve its pension-fund crisis. [H-L]

Oh, wait for it, wait for it… the Jeffersonville mayoral scandals are beginning to hit the AP wire. [More WHAS11]

Just a reminder that the housing market is not puppies and rainbows in Louisville. Foreclosures for Louisville homes are increasing despite a year of significant decreases in 2011. [Business First]

Details are expected later this week in the Harrison County Prosecutor’s case against five current and past leaders in Palmyra. Sounds like there’s some juicy drama about to drop in Southern Indiana. [WAVE3]

There’s A Large Scandal Brewing In Jeffersonville

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Late last year Matthew Barzun, an official with the Obama campaign, called Craig Fox, a psychologist in Los Angeles, and invited him to a political planning meeting in Chicago, according to two people who attended the session. [NY Times]

The Jefferson County Public Schools School Board passed a resolution Monday to urge Congress to mitigate federal budget cuts, which includes education. [WHAS11]

Asian Carp. Dahahahaha. That was the big John Boel hyped up story. Hahahahaha. [WAVE3 HEAD – DESK]

The moral of this story: you can’t go to Shively these days without getting shot with a shotgun. [WDRB]

A new racino formed through a partnership that includes Churchill Downs could get the final go-ahead Tuesday when Warren County, Ohio commissioners meet. [Business First]

You can’t even go to Walmart to get groceries these days without getting shot dead in the parking lot. [More WHAS11]

As a kindergartner, Janet Board’s grandson kicked chairs, broke pencils, threw things. His family didn’t fully understand his behavior, which they now know stems from Asberger’s syndrome and other disorders. [C-J/AKN]

In a their new partnership, Louisville is now outsourcing school bus crashes to Lexington. [H-L]

Guess it’s safe to say you shouldn’t live anywhere these days because you’ll probably be repeatedly evacuated from your home. [WLKY]

Jeffersonville Mayor Mike Moore hired New Albany-based ProMedia Group to replace the city’s communications director. Moore fired Leah Farris, the city’s former communications director, in late-October after the City Council moved the position under the direct supervision of the Parks Department. [News & Tribune]


Another day, another damn shooting here in Possibility City! Just the cost of doing business, apparently. [WDRB]

Sorry, constables are only useful in rural Kentucky. They should not be a thing in cities like Louisville and Lexington. [WFPL]

Is this the most hyped up promo John Boel has ever done? Trying his hardest to scare the bejeebers out of meemaws everywhere for something as stupid as whatever it is he’s hyping. [WAVE3]

Told ya so. The only two that count are the FBI and OAG, as EBEC is a joke. The FBI, Kentucky attorney general’s office and Kentucky Executive Branch Ethics Commission are investigating an allegation made more than a year ago that a former Beshear administration official pressured subordinates to contribute to the governor’s re-election campaign. [C-J/AKN]

Here’s a good look at how to tell one teeny tiny part of a story. And an example of how mainstream outlets often gloss over, well, everything. [WHAS11]

Remember Todd Eklof? He’s finally marrying people in Washing. The gays. He’s marrying the gays. [Spokesman-Review]

What? A school bus accident in Louisville? That is so rare and never, ever happens. [WLKY]

Did you know? The city is selling some fancy trolleys and they’re going for cheap. [Click the Clicky]

Can’t someone over in Southern Indiana help Erin “Joanie” Moran out? [HuffPo]

Jefferson County Master Commissioner Edith Halbleib projects that there will be 2,316 foreclosure sales in Louisville this year, a 12.3 percent increase from the 2,061 sales last year. Everything is puppies and rainbows. [Business First]

Revised plans for the Big Four Station were presented to Jeffersonville residents at a public hearing held Saturday. The design for the park, which will sit at the foot of the Big Four pedestrian and bicycle bridge, was modified from the plans that had originally been presented in July by the Estopinal Group. [News & Tribune]

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