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    • "Gilles Meloche, the former director of Louisville Metro Animal Services who resigned in 2009 amid allegations of animal torture, sexual harassment, misappropriation of animals, and inhumane conditions at the agency’s 3705 Manslick Road shelter, received more than $10,000 in unemployment insurance compensation from the city last year, according to records obtained by LEO Weekly." [LEO Weekly]
    • "Former Kentucky Supreme Court Chief Justice Joseph Lambert said Thursday he was dropping his plans to run for attorney general this year because the current chief justice, John Minton, declined to grant him a leave of absence from the senior judge program." [Bluegrass Politics]
    • "Two Louisville women were arrested just before midnight Wednesday after they exposed their breasts to customers at a Kroger grocery store." [Courier-Journal]

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