Posts Tagged ‘Kentucky Supreme Court’
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NPR reports a Wisconsin man is in jail for walking into a Denny’s, announcing he is the new manager and cooking himself a burger. How long is the jail term for Awesome in the second degree?
Kentucky~ The Murray City Council discusses whether or not to make students buy a city sticker. MSU gets some B-Ball payback! The gambling amendment is DOA in the senate. A pseudoephedrine bill is withdrawn. The state Supreme Court will hear redistricting arguments today. A group challenges Beshear’s prayer breakfast.
The House passes the payroll tax cut, now they’re headed home, again.
NPR reports Congress came back to pass the two month extension in the 11th hour. Maybe now they can get back up to double-digit approval ratings.
Kentucky~ A record number of high school grads enroll in college this year. Strict medical screening for black lung workers comp bites the dust. Kentucky wins some major Race to the Top Cash! The unemployment rate in Kentucky falls. A McCracken nurse steals meds.
Intelligence agencies have traditionally relied on top-secret information to track changes in other countries. But wiretaps and secret intercepts didn’t help US officials predict revolutions popping up across the Middle East and North Africa.
NPR reports officials say in hindsight, maybe they should have just used Google.
KENTUCKY~ The Paducah-McCracken merger study group says volunteer fire networks would remain unchanged. School officials promise streaming video of construction at the new McCracken County High School site. The Medicaid Special Session ends, but lawmakers are still being paid. Senators keep the state’s high school dropout age @ 16. The Commonwealth invests a few bucks in several high-tech firms. The state Supreme Court temporarily halts executions.
ILLINOIS~ Honeywell and union reps pen in another date (next month) to debate.
Moammar Gadhafi’s armed forces are setting up checkpoints in Tripoli ahead of planned anti-government protests today, raising fears of new bloodshed in the Libyan capital.
Follow up on the latest with NPR.
KENTUCKY~ Paducah’s average credit card debt is the 4th lowest in the nation. Grand Rivers will miss the Badgers. The Commonwealth is well on its way to banning ‘bath salt’ drugs and expanding concealed carry laws. House members voted for a one-stop, web-shop for all things business and Republican senators are reviving their stalled plan to deal with troubled public pensions. The state’s Supreme Court Chief Justice warns further cuts would gimp the system. Governor Beshear signs major reforms to the penal code into law.
OVC TOURNEY~ (Men’s) APSU > SEMO, UTM > TTU; (Women’s) APSU > EIU.
KY~ Watch out for adverse/extreme weather conditions tonight/tomorrow. The Paducah Gaseous Diffusion Plant is getting a new toxic maid service and another Executive Inn suitor flirts with the city. A Mayfield John Deere salesman allegedly embezzled $1 million (over 13 years). A Hopkinsville man will be re-tried for murder. The state needs you: Future Election Worker-Person!
TN~ The Senate passed another constitutional change to put the state’s Attorney General up for popular vote.
IL~ The man who threatened a Marion VA Hospital gets jail time.
SPORTS~ (OVC Softball) MSU > MCU, UTM < MTSU.