The gleaming new attraction at Louisville’s Waterfront Park may already be looking at a policy change. The much talked about and now much visited Big Four Bridge pedestrian walkway may see a ban on dogs in the near future due to a messy situations that has come up.
“In Kentucky, the jobless rate dipped to 9.6 percent in October. The Kentucky Education and Workforce Development Cabinet says the state’s October figure fell from 9.7 percent the previous month and 10.2 percent for October 2010.” [Courier-Journal]“The federal government signed off on a revised...
• Yum! Brands unloads Long John Silver’s, A&W chains. [Business First] • Rand Paul rides Air Force One, thinks big. [WLKY]
• More cracks. Few surprises. [Courier-Journal] • UofL sees the need to teach students basic life skills. [WLKY]
• Yum! makes good on its promise to Bill Clinton. [Business First] • Mayor Fischer is going up the river. [LEO]
• Will Oldham comes home. [WLKY] • River Fields under fire. [Courier-Journal] • A winner at the KFC Yum! Center. [WDRB]
• Bullitt County judge unluckily strikes smoking ban. [Courier-Journal] • John Ashcroft sings. [Courier-Journal]
• Seven Counties Services kicks the Xanax habit, New York Times takes notice. [New York Times] • Humana’s hiring, but can you get there? [WAVE]
• Spirit of Jefferson to offer ferry service [WFPL] • Carrollton bus crash survivors speak. [WLKY] • Bullitt County’s got ‘em, still smokin’ em [WDRB]
• Sorry…Louisville doesn’t even have world-class commute problems. [Fast Company] • Forty-three percent of Kentuckians denied health insurance. [Herald-Leader]
• How to live without the Sherman Minton Bridge. [Courier-Journal] • Check that turkey you bought last week. Seriously. [WLKY]
• JCPS closes schools over one foot—no, strike that—inch of snow. [WAVE] • Vision Airlines (who?) is offering nonstops to Atlanta. [WDRB]
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