Bob Baffert, Suzanne Duval, Karen Travers discussed on Kentuckiana's Morning News


8 40 wh asp Top story. Louisville's indoor football team is given the ax just five games in the Louisville extreme ER no more after the indoor Football League's border directors Monday unanimously voted to terminate the franchise, citing its failure to me to maintain legal obligations. League Commissioner Todd Try and said it is a regrettable situation. But as the league continues to generate positive momentum, this became a necessary action. Try on continued saying they have tremendous respect for Victor Colon is partners in Louisville, and the hard work they put into developing the city is a viable if Franchise but said as they position the lead for long term success, it is imperative the AFL maintain the high standards that they have said as a league Sean Gallagher, NewsRadio 8 40 W. H. A. S horse trainer, Bob Baffert is filing another lawsuit in the wake of his Kentucky Derby, winning horse testing positive for a steroid. Suzanne Duval reports. Baffert is suing the New York Racing Association, which suspended him from entering a horse in the state, which included the Belmont Stakes. He claims the association does not have the authority to suspend his license and believes only the gaming Commission is allowed to do that. Baffert also argued his 14th amendment rights were violated because he didn't get a hearing before being suspended. The Kentucky Horse Racing Commission, which Baffert also sued, has not yet decided whether to disqualify Medina Spirit the Derby winner despite two tests coming back positive for better methods own. Baffert was also recently suspended from Churchill Downs for the next two years. Suzanne Duval, NewsRadio 8 40 W H. A. Yes. Two men were killed when their truck collided with a ups semi. It happened Monday evening on outer loop at the I 65 exit. Police say the truck crashed underneath the UPS truck, killing the driver and a passenger. The coroner says the two men were from taxes. President Biden is set to launch a trade and Technology council today as he meets with European Union leaders. He's in Belgium as part of his first overseas trip. Tomorrow. Biden meets with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Switzerland. ABC's Karen Travers is there, the president saying that they're not expecting a major breakthrough that there is no significant takeaway to come away from this beyond just talking, So if they do agree to something.

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