On a WFPL news special, Louisville's Mayor Greg Fischer took questions from listeners on all things Louisville.I called in to ask him about the Museum Plaza project.
"A House bill filed this week would address a blind spot in federal background checks that allows mentally ill Kentuckians to buy guns. Rep. Bob Damron, D-Nicholasville, wants state courts to notify the Kentucky State Police when they commit people to a mental institution or otherwise find them...
• Rep. Yarmuth donates his salary (again). [WLKY] • The Iron Quarter is coming down. [LEO] • SNOWPOCALYPSE (elsewhere). [WHAS]
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Well, the high temperature for today is only forecasted to be 85, but then there's that rain. [Weather Channel]
"Michael VonAllmen's 30-year 'nightmare' ended Friday in a Jefferson County courtroom when a judge threw out his 1982 conviction, ruling that there was clearly enough evidence to exonerate him." [Courier-Journal]