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"courier journal" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:32 min | 9 hrs ago

"courier journal" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"They morphed into other jobs. Here we go in what card game is each of the four players allocated a point on a compass. In what card game is each of the four players allocated a point on a compass. A card game of North South East and West would Ah, I'm drawn blanks here. I'm trying to think of card games and none of them involve compasses. You know, old, I'll guess Bridge because it's a fairly complicated game. I don't know that. That's right, Haley, but I never I have never played bridge to all. Go with you. Yeah, sure, Bridge. Final answer. Bridge. Yeah. Dave, you're holding us. Yes, the the partners are split up to or north and south and the other are East and West. They actually have a bridge column still in the feature section of the Courier Journal. Probably where I saw that dude, That's a popular game. Old ladies be loving it. Oh, yeah. All right. This one is is you're going to total have to guess on this one. Okay? No way. You know it unless it's something random. Canada House has How many time zones four. Five or six, Ooo snort has how many time zones for five or six I usually gets the one in the middle. Haley when it's a choice of three, said I was just thinking I feel like I'm in high school again..

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Fresh update on "courier journal" discussed on The Breakfast Club

The Breakfast Club

00:56 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "courier journal" discussed on The Breakfast Club

"I'm a fat and all that. His man to. Man. The top of. The judgment. Day, they chose you. The breakfast club Itchy who's donkey the day today well, today for Thursday October Twenty second goes to Louisville Metro police. Officer Sergeant Jonathan Mattingly, who is Jonathan Mattingly Jonathan Mattingly was the first police officer rushing to Brianna Taylor's apartment on March thirteen. he got shot in the thigh when Kim Walker Brianna Taylor's boyfriend and legal gun owner fired a shot at him because he thought it was a home invasion. Now, yesterday I heard someone say that the shooting death of Brianna Taylor wasn't raised driven and I said Okay I'm GonNa agree with that I I think everything after she was shot was race driven Oh but the initial shooting based off the evidence I've seen and things that have been presented to me. It just seems like a tragic mistake mistake someone should be held responsible for, but I don't think it was race driven but everything after that from the cover up, not getting Brianna Taylor medical attention, not presenting all the evidence to. The grand jury charging offices with just one time endangerment. All of that was race related because this country has shown us over and over and over again that black lice black lives he just told matter in America well as a headline yesterday in the Courier Journal that Said Louisville Officer at center. Brianna Taylor case needs to just stop talking and let me tell you something I. Agree. In fact, Jonathan Mattingly needed to shut the F. up forever because the courier journal articles states every time he opens his mouth. He reminds what is wrong with policing in Louisville. I will take it a step further and say not just policing Louisville. This is what's wrong with policing everywhere. Okay. Not just policing though. Just people. Okay. Way We see each other America might be irreparably damaged I'm serious some white people can't help but to see as a threat and I will never understand how a group of people. Can kidnap rape torture murder, and oppress another group of people for hundreds of years but convinced themselves and the world that the person being marginalized the threat okay. Chat and this is exactly what Jonathan Mattingly was doing yesterday on ABC News just to happen as cop who you can't even really call tone deaf because whether we want to accept it or not. This is a lot of police officers especially white police offices tone. Let's go to ABC News the report police in fact, a start with the criminal profiling racial profiling part. You're talking about racial profiling good police anyway don't racial profile criminal profile. Let's address the fact that just because you're black, you're threat it's not the case I'm not scared. That's how black men feel. That's how black women feel but does that make a real if you feel that it's real? No. Not necessarily what is the difference between criminal profile racial profiling criminal profiler when you get to know an area, you can tell the people's demeanor 's if you pull up besides. Somebody and they don't make eye contact swerve off. There's just different elements of people's psychological game. It's basically it's a feeling. It's a feeling that goes along with what you've experienced with what is in the area what should or shouldn't be as unpack this. This is my therapist says, pack this criminal profiling and racial profiling I I think it's the same thing because I don't care how how much you know crime happened in predominantly white areas they will never leave never criminally. Profile white people, knock it off. His guys at criminal profiling is looking for people who don't make eye contact with police go the other direction when they say a police officer that is me okay. John You have no idea what it means to be black. Do you do you realize avoid police officers in my last book shook warnings is playing tricks on me. I wrote a chapter called black annoyed as being black and paranoid in America. I'm sorry I'm traumatized by videos like. George. Lloyd, I'm traumatized by Sandra Bland I if I'm driving an office gets behind me I pull over on the side of the road because I'm traumatized by videos like philander casteel I don't want any problems that don't make me criminal Emmy's in my mind. I'm just trying to survive. Okay. Avoiding I contact with she was not a crime are going in the other direction when I see you is not a crime. Okay. Now listen to a John Mattingly said about George Floyd. George what happened to him is tragic. It was horrible everybody looked at it and said wrong bad disgusting and what happens they ended up getting locked up which in my opinion that was the right call whether he died of an overdose or whatever. But what happened after that in my opinion George Floyd was not model Susan is very hard for me to see here here, George floor died of of open overdose. He died because kneeling on his neck from minute agreed to say in regards him being a model citizen or not? He didn't serve that no one deserved that nobody said he did. So how'd you bring it up if him not being? A citizen has nothing to do with him being killed why Don Mattingly bring it up. That's why folks cream black lives matter right there because you think because you know by by your definition George Floyd wasn't a model session motto citizen whatever that means okay. You are attempting to justify his death will let me tell you something don mattingly faced off just these comments you made ABC News I. Think you might be a trash ask human who lacks empathy for black people. If you get killed in the line of duty minding your business and someone smoking, what do you think the reaction would be if? Someone said, well, Don Mattingly has to do said George Floyd wasn't a model citizen and blamed Kenneth Walker for Briana Deaf what if I say? Yeah he's Trask as justification you know for what would be your tragic murder Oh did you hear me say he blamed Kenneth Walker for Briana Steph? Oh. Yeah. He did that on ABC News to let's listen how would you have done it differently if you could have, we would have either served to quarantine or we would have done the normal thing we do, which is five to ten seconds to not give people time to formulate a plan because if that happened. It'd be alive this scenario the way it was set up the scene he put her in an impossible situation. You feel Kenneth Walker responsible for her dad I think there's a few people responsible I. think he is Kenneth Walker. said he is a protector. Your actions are sometimes still to blame whether you did it intentionally or not big cat. Fabrications? I don't care. What anyone say can of Walker did exactly what he was supposed to do in that situation I, don't care doctor screen for us, fourteen, million, six, hundred, and five futures, and every single one can of walk made the right decision and he did with anyone who believes that to a right doing that situation someone kicks in your door while you sleep, you don't know who it is. You meet them with fire same way. That door in with guns drawn a civilians would come out with guns drawn and guns blazing if it was all house to. I can't even allow myself to manage on mattingly getting mad at him means nothing but I am pissed off at the system but I don't know how to change the system because we can't change Whiteman with the mindset of John Mattingly because once again, the oppressors have convinced us that we are the problem. Okay. This Guy John. Mattingly on. ABC. News saying he's a victim listen to this guy this is not relatable to George Floyd. It's not an arbitrary it's nothing like it. It's not a race thing. This is a point where we're doing. Our job we gave too much time. When we go in I get shot we returned fire and I know I'm not going to sit here and act like playing the big victim card but I was victim and this is well, my family has been a victim in this. They have had to go in hiding they have had death threats John Mattingly say big victim. Okay and the words Malcolm. X., if you're not careful to newspapers, where have you hate to people who are being oppressed and loving the people who are doing the oppressing John Mattingly? Once. Again, I need you to shut the F. up ever if your family is getting so many threats if you family is in so much danger and why are you talking and talking like that? Okay. Why are you on ABC? News. Putting salt in people's wounds, twisting the knife that you already putting people's backs. How can anyone ever find healing when you won't even acknowledge the communities hurt how can we ever hill when you blaming us? For. Armored for. Plead Larry Magi John Mattingly the biggest he he. You stupid mother. Goodness. All right. Thank for donkey is. EATING UP NEX ASK E. Eight hundred five, eight, five, one, zero, five, one. If you relationship advice.

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Louisville police sergeant involved in Breonna Taylor raid says she ‘didn’t deserve to die’

Chicago's Afternoon News

00:18 sec | 1 d ago

Louisville police sergeant involved in Breonna Taylor raid says she ‘didn’t deserve to die’

"Magically says her death had nothing to do with race, He tells the Louisville Courier Journal. Taylor and her boyfriend knew it was police at the door, he said. Everyone knows a police knock. Mattingly was shot that night and was one of three officers who returned fire. Sonoma County Wine Trade Group is estimating about 30% of this year's wine grape crop was

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Anonymous grand juror in Breonna Taylor case speaks out saying homicide charges weren't offered

This Morning With Gordon Deal

00:36 sec | 1 d ago

Anonymous grand juror in Breonna Taylor case speaks out saying homicide charges weren't offered

"A grand juror in the Briana Taylor case, releasing a statement saying the panel was never given a chance to consider homicide charges in their death. Meanwhile, Jonathan Mattingly, one of the officers involved in the police, shooting death, telling ABC News and the Louisville Courier Journal about his frustrations with how he and his fellow officers have been portrayed. This is not relatable to George Floyd. There's nothing like it. It's not a model bury. It's nothing like it. It's not a race thing like people want to try to make it to be Mattingly saying the cops were doing their job during the No knock warrant, he says Taylor's boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, Open fire is police entered, so they returned

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"courier journal" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:04 min | Last month

"courier journal" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Chucking. News radio 700 lot of sunshine today will top out right around 75 Tonight stays fair 52 tomorrow 76 With Sun maybe a shower as r. Tropical depression worked its way up this way on Thursday, But you know, maybe not by the sunshine to it is 48 now 700 wlw Tony before we pause here cause he says, I have something wrong. So fill me in. Tony. What's up? Mike, You got your story wrong about Rianna. They knocked on the wrong door, Mike. It was not the story. You don't know where you got that cockamamie story from That's not what happened. The cops went to the loan place knocked on the wrong door. That's what that's what our boys about. That's why they want to police charged with murder because they went to the wrong door. Well, that's not a reason to charge him with murder anyway, But that's where you killed somebody might regard is, if you're a cop or not, motor is motive. No, it's not. Yes, it is. They're all different levels of levels of homicide. Negligent homicide. Murder is different from negligent homicide. You don't seem to be the type who wants to listen to you are, you know not when I know what I'm talking about the person I'm talking to you don't Why would I want to do it? But I have here a letter all what you have, there is wrong. That's why I'm calling to correct you Because your information is wrong. You need to do some hard work Some research before you broadcast the wrong information, Mike, I'm doing it right now. I'm reading from the Courier Journal who was debunking Tony or not listening, not listening. The other information, Tony people like you don't listen, Don't listen to no one, but no talking about my For this reason. Tony, listen on hold, you're going to go through life being wrong a lot. Thanks for checking in. Let's.

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"courier journal" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

03:46 min | 5 months ago

"courier journal" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Police officers fired their service weapons and that there were some arrests the courier journal reports around five hundred to six hundred demonstrators were marching through the Kentucky city's downtown last night president trump taking aim at social media companies and signed an executive order that quickly stirred controversy executive order calls for new regulations under section two thirty of the communications decency act president trump signing an executive order targeting social media companies Thursday in an apparent act of retribution for Twitter labeling to his tweets potentially misleading days earlier trump's order doesn't mean people would lose their Facebook or Twitter accounts what it does is reinterpreted all nineteen ninety six law shielding websites in tech companies from lawsuits among other things trump's order instructs the DOJ to consult with state attorneys general on allegations of anti conservative bias I read the U. R. U. S. as U. S. health officials continue to stress the importance of wearing a face covering to slow the spread of covert nineteen president trump has chosen not to Kaelin Collins reports people very close to the president have recommend that he wear a mask this is not a shared view inside the White House there are many people who have advised the president just to wear one it makes things easier and it is a symbol to his supporters and everyone in the United States about wearing one and yet he has continued to refuse to do so and people do not think he's going to change his mind about wearing one publicly president trump retweeted a link to an article from the federalist with the headline mandatory masks aren't about safety there about social control current and former lawmakers honoring congressman Sam Johnson who died this week former Plano mayor in Texas state senator Florence Shapiro had a close working relationship with Johnson politics we see people that say things for political purposes but don't follow through St John's a left a legacy of being honest and above board and talk the talk and walks the walk congressman Michael Burgess called Johnson a true American hero who risked his life and sacrificed his health for the betterment of all of us and for our country he died this week at the age of eighty nine more than three million Americans applied for unemployment benefits last week that raised the number to about forty two million people who have lost their jobs and applied for benefits but the good news Amy is that they're still hints of recovery because the weekly numbers of claims has been dropping for eight straight weeks so for the last two months the amount of people trying to get unemployment every week is going down so so that's good maybe some silver lining to the unemployment numbers all right does the president have a legal leg to stand on when it comes to his executive order against social media platforms we're gonna check in with David Cole he's our constitutional law expert coming up next and then at eight fifty I believe world eight we're going to take you live to yeah Nadia Romero in Minneapolis she is on the scene yeah she's on the scene of everything that's going on it's just craziness there eight thirty five let's get update on traffic now here's bill Jackson it's sponsored by all state in Rockwall on I. thirty once the other John King Boulevard only the left lanes open past emergency road work that slow going from FM five fifty one the first goal one twenty one is open northbound at Hillcrest connected it's been cleared and it's recovering in Dallas at the intersection of Harry Hines Boulevard and royal lane a wreck as reported in fort worth on the slipway twenty self on Lancaster Avenue part of the off ramp is blocked by an accident it's slow from middle brook drive if you're driving less you could be saving more on car insurance with pay per mile insurance from Allstate pay for the miles you drive unstable the miles you don't call a local Allstate agent to get a quote now with K. ally of traffic on the flights I'm bill Jackson I'm meteorologist Brad Martin we're in for a beautiful weekend which is going to Kerry over deep into next week sunny breezy in eighty seven today ones out of the north ten to fifteen.

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Report: Kentucky Derby to be postponed until September

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 7 months ago

Report: Kentucky Derby to be postponed until September

"From the first Saturday in may the first Saturday in September that's the plan for the Kentucky Derby citing unidentified sources close to the race the courier journal of Louisville said Churchill Downs will postpone the derby from may second to September fifth the last time the derby wasn't held on the first Saturday in may was in nineteen forty five when the federal government issued a ban on horse racing because of World War two the derby is the latest major sporting event to be postponed or canceled because of the corona virus outbreak I'm showing up where

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Amid claims of 'political favoritism,' FBI is asking questions about former Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin's pardons

Glenn Beck

00:34 sec | 10 months ago

Amid claims of 'political favoritism,' FBI is asking questions about former Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin's pardons

"Controversial parts by outgoing Kentucky governor Matt Bevin reportedly raise the interest of the F. B. I.'s Kentucky state representative Chris Harris told reporters he was contacted last week by an FBI criminal investigator about governor Matt Bevin Spartans Harris a Democrat said he was under the impression and investigation against the former Republican governor was ramping up the FBI has not commented Bevin pardoned or commuted the sentence of more than six hundred and fifty people before leaving office including Patrick Baker who was serving a nineteen year sentence for reckless homicide and robbery the Louisville courier journal reported Baker's brother held a campaign fundraiser for Bevin in

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Former Kentucky governor Matt Bevin under fire for issuing 660 pardons

NBC Nightly News

00:40 sec | 11 months ago

Former Kentucky governor Matt Bevin under fire for issuing 660 pardons

"Former governor of Kentucky Matt Bavin is facing a fierce backlash tonight for pardoning or commuting. The sentences of hundreds of people including murderers rapists the sister of one murder victim saying Bavin can rot in Hell. Here's Peter Alexander Tonight just days after leaving office former Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin is under fire for issuing four hundred the twenty eighth pardons and commutations. According to the Louisville Courier Journal among those Bevan pardoned a man convicted of raping a nine-year-old child another who hired a Hitman to kill was business partner a man who killed his parents and a man who beheaded a woman before stuffing her in a barrel governor

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"courier journal" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"courier journal" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Who what a case I think the courier journal did years ago maybe is W. D. R. B. did the thing where they went in and saw how much money these police officers make verses regular police officers as because they get court appearances tied to pulling over speeders where they get an appearance fee or something like that anyway they had tip for a couple of the guys that they were examining hand nearly doubled their pay by I guess court fees and extra work so I don't know the fully how they doubled their payment some of it is extra work reduce security work on the site anyway they've been under the spotlight before so I don't always interested when I see of them agreeing to more media attention but this is about chasing speeders I guess and Clarence is often times referred to unfairly as the guy that I was in a squabble with years ago that guy is gone I will leave his name off the air but that was someone else who pulled to people over one time and I was the person in the second car and he walked him so you're to a seventy five in a fifty five and I said no I'm not and I was recorded he had his audio or video whatever was his police camera whatever was rolling and because I heard the audio we played in court I I've died challenge it in court on so that's ridiculous there's no way and of course without getting into the weeds about it his claim was shown to be they couldn't stand up in court as they say and this is a this is a different guy Clarence is a different guy and he looks something like the other guy he's a little older who is no longer a police officer but just in case that comes up tonight it is not the guy I was in a squabble with several years ago and and they are trying to keep the roads safe I totally get that but in my case I just knew when a guy said you're doing seventy five one fifty five and I know I've been driving forty years no I haven't no I wasn't there's just like those ridiculous isel what the heck I will challenge it and I will do it on behalf of all drivers in the area if somebody is using slipshod tactics to pull over people and just estimating things in and giving them tickets and if you happen to be twenty miles over the speed limit least this was it was this way for years about the laws change with your twenty over it rang the bell for somebody to go to court to get a court appearance he was what I was told years ago the amazing thing was though after I got not squabble with a police officer how many other police officers came to me Saul me in stores so only on it places I'm going to do a a TV live show up shot of five thirty in the morning guy sees many go go go Hey I'm such as such here's what you need is due in court Hey are you need to watch for this that or whatever he told me that I was in another store looking at some jerseys and these two plainclothes police officers come up and starts saying Hey we know what's going on with you and other than the here's what you need is like this is hilarious so I tell all that worked out years ago none the less I have deep respect for the blue and I I am well I got it I can't tell you about one of those things it's coming up there is a special thing that's coming up to honor the blue later this year that's not quite clear yet but I found this astounding I'm going to hold us a little bit late one of the Starbucks customers talking about those police officers in Arizona who were asked to leave because he thinks and feels steady welcomes one's mind boggling how some people's minds set against police mine by when we get to that a few from the Campbellsville university level traffic.

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"courier journal" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"courier journal" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"Talking to neutral sources right right when when he was just interviewed by the newspaper, the Kentucky courier the Louisville. The Louisville courier journal he said, breath, Cavanaugh he'll care about what the text of the law requires a judge to do. He will not care about partisan political issues and outcomes, and look, that's the same. We're just neutral empires calling balls and strikes, right. This is this is the game of the far right wing right now. So, you know, maybe that's maybe that's not particularly distinctive. But, but here's somebody to summarize with. A minutes worth of experience, yet with less experience than your average, twenty five year old who has been a member of the federalist society since law school, who's major academic contributions have been to defend the Trump administration's worst policies on secrecy, and unitary, executive power, and those should be good reasons to oppose him being on the bench. Yeah. Absolutely. Well, I we're way out of time I wanted to ask, if you know, follow up questions on what, what you think will happen, if you think we can peel off any Republicans, but you know what we're so far out of time, and there's so much we already didn't get to. I think I think what we're gonna do listeners. I think we're gonna try to get some bonus Andrew, I think we should try to maybe doing extra episode, you know, because there's just too much, and I don't wanna rush you, and we haven't even teach t the B yet. So why don't we pause there? Air. And, you know, we'll, we'll we've left some more to discuss on Justin Walker and more stuff we didn't get to, but we're going to try to get you an extra and that, that, that sounds like the best way to do it. Let's not rush are Andrew. Let's enjoy our Andrew. Let's, let's make sure he's got room to breathe. So there you have it will leave it there. For now, though scary stuff. Can't wait for new federal judge just in Walker. That's cool. But let's think are hall of fame patrons patriot dot com slash law. We think are hall of famers are all time greats..

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"courier journal" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"courier journal" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Being a would thieves have been stealing Kentucky memory's not what's in them. But to feed a growing desire for the farmhouse shiek popularized by programming on HGTV. The thieves are taking ancient weathered barn wood, and using it to make a new house. Look old. Here's this morning. Jennifer Kushinka, reclaimed wood is having a moment, and that's causing some problems in states, like Kentucky, which has more old barns per square mile than any other state tested Duval of the Louisville courier journal, has taken a look at a growing problem related to this would it's theft and joins us now Tessa, who stripping old barns of weathered wood. So folks across the state, this has been a problem in more than a dozen counties across Kentucky and it's been going on for several years. So you know what I'm hearing from sheriffs across the Commonwealth is that whether barn. Would is basically the new copper. So when folks come across Barnes, that might be off main roads or look like you know, no one's really keeping an eye on them. You know, fiv see an opportunity to go and take this would and then turn around and sell it for a pretty significant profit in some cases Tessa. Are they targeting abandoned, looking buildings, or kind of is sores so when people drive through parts of rural America, you know, they do see Barnes falling down on the side of the road. And those aren't really attractive to thieves. You know, if the what is rotting, there's no resale value in that. And additionally, they don't want to hit Barnes center on main roads because if someone drives by you know, he's, you know, sees lights on a barn at two in the morning. And you know, that's a pretty good indication that, you know, there may be no good going on at that barn. So really they're kind of on back. Crowed being hit the middle of the night, or if they are on a main road diesel pull around to the back side. And, you know, hit the back of the barn, where it won't be seen by concerts by Tessa. What about this? What makes it so popular? So right now, reclaimed wood is a huge design trade and actually has been for several years. I mean if you watch HDTV or you go on Pinterest or at sea. I mean, there's just ideas for what can be done with reclaimed wood and bourbon barrels and barn wood. And, you know, you name it, there's probably a some kind of trendy look that can be put together with reclaimed wood, and people also like the history of it. So, you know, talking to folks who, who work in, you know, wood processing, and interior design, you know around Kentucky, they say will people like the history they like knowing that this is local that it's got a story. And also, you know, associated with going green, you know, there's no need to cut down new trees. If we've got, you know, old would that also looks really cool that can be reused. We're speaking with. Festival of the Louisville courier journal about people stealing wood from old barns Tessa, if I'm a safe and I take this stuff, what do I do with it? Where do I take it? It's not that hard to find folks who will take this would that you found. So there are, you know, lumber processing companies all over the state. You know there are some that operate more legitimately than others. So I've talked to folks who by reclaimed wood who will ask for a W nine from someone who's looking to sell, you know, they know the telltale signs of, you know boards, you know, looking ripped off the side of the barn. It's kind of a distinctive look when it's a hurried down of a barn, but, you know, unfortunately there are there are still, you know, lumber yards that will take this would without, you know, kind of going through those steps, and checking from legitimacy, but a lot of places because this has been such an an ongoing. King problem, a lot of places are working with, you know, law enforcement in their communities and we'll post signs and say, you know, we won't buy your stolen would or events allow a w nine or what have you because it is just such a problem Tessa are thieves getting caught. It's a hard kind of case to crack. You know, they, they work in the middle of the night, and in rural communities, and you know it's, it's what? So there's, you know, you still someone's iphone and they can track you down from their computer while you steal their barn wood. And you've made off with part of their barred, there have been a few cases and they've largely been cracked by legit, you know, lumber professors who will let law enforcement know or by most of the sheriffs have spoken to actually solved. Some of these cases are made arrests in these cases. They've been busted because they're literally being caught in the barn with. With, you know, a pry bar and a hammer and rusty nails and their truck bed this morning. Jennifer Kushinka with test of all reporter, at the Louisville courier journal, thirty minutes now after the hour on This Morning, America's first news. Eighty six burglars were asked, how they broke into homes, and they all said they knocked on the door. I that's why you need blink x t to cameras they detect motion, so you'll get an alert and.

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Kentucky Noah's Ark sues insurance company over rain damage

Dennis Prager

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Kentucky Noah's Ark sues insurance company over rain damage

"In an ironic twist owners have Kentucky's. Noah's ark attraction or demanding their insurance company, Bill the vowed after flooding caused nearly one million dollars in property damage York. Encounter says in a federal lawsuit that heavy rains in two thousand seventeen and eighteen caused a landslide on its access road. The courier journal reports the attractions, insurance carriers refused to cover the

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"courier journal" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"courier journal" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Being with us. Barn would have been stealing Kentucky memory's not for what's in them. But to feed a growing desire for the farmhouse shiek popularized by programming on HGTV. The thieves are taking ancient weathered barn wood. And using it to make a new house look old. Here's this weekend's, Jennifer Kushinka, reclaimed wood is having a moment, and that's causing some problems in states like Kentucky, which has more old barns per square mile than any other state tested. Duval of the Louisville courier journal has taken a look at a growing problem related to this would it's theft and joins us now Tessa who stripping old barns of weathered wood. Yes. So folks across the state, this has been a problem in more than a dozen counties across Kentucky, and it's been going on for several years. So you know, what I'm hearing from sheriffs across the Commonwealth is that weathered barn would is basically the new copper? So when folks come across Barnes that might be off main roads or look like, you know, no one's really keeping an eye on them. Fiv see an opportunity to go and take this would and then turn around and sell it for a pretty significant profit in some cases, just a are they targeting abandoned looking buildings or kind of is source. So when people drive through parts of rural America, you know, they do see Barnes falling down on the side of the road, and those aren't really attractive to thieves. You know, if the wood is rotting there's no resale value in that. And additionally, they don't want to hit Barnes center on main roads because if someone drives by and sees sees lights on at a bar in it to in the morning, and you know, this a pretty good indication that you know, there may be no good going on at that bar. And so really they're kind of on back roads being hit the middle of the night. Or if they are on a main road to the backside, and you know, hit the back of the barn where it won't be seen by passers by Tessa. What about this would makes it so popular? So right now, reclaimed wood is a huge design trend and actually has been for several years. So I mean, if you watch HDTV or you go on Pinterest or at sea. I mean, there's just ideas for what can be done with reclaimed wood, and you know, bourbon barrels and barn wood. And you know, you name it, there's probably a some kind of trendy look that can be put together with reclaimed wood and people also like the history of it. So, you know, talking to folks who who work in, you know, wood processing and interior design. You know around Kentucky, they say will people like the the history they like knowing that this is local that it's got a story. And also, you know associated with going green, you know, there's no need to cut down new trees. If we've got you know, old would that also looks really cool that can be. A used. We're speaking with tested Duval of the Louisville courier journal about people stealing wood from old barns Tessa. If I'm a sif. I take this stuff. What do I do with it? Where do I take it? It's not that hard to find folks who will take this would that you found. So there are, you know, lumber processing companies all over the state. You know, there are some that operate more legitimately than others. So I've talked to folks who by reclaimed wood who will ask for a W nine from someone who's looking to sell, you know, they know the telltale signs of you know, boards, you know, looking ripped off the side of the barn. It's kind of a distinctive looked when it's a hurried down of a barn. But, you know, unfortunately, there are there are still, you know, lumber yards that will take this would without kind of going through those steps and checking some legitimacy, but a lot of places because this has been such an an ongoing problem. A lot of places are working with you know, law enforcement in communities, and we'll post signs and say, you know, we won't. By you're still in water. You've got to fill out of W nine or what have you because it is just such a problem? This weekend's Jennifer Kushinka with test divall at the Louisville courier journal. It's thirty minutes now after the hour on this weekend..

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"courier journal" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"courier journal" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"The Paul finebaum show podcast. We're talking about the what's next for Kentucky. And John hill covers the team and writes about for the courier journal the respected newspaper in Louisville. John. Thank you very much before we get to any of this Pacific of the future of UK basketball, and what's broken. What's the mood of the Commonwealth today? It's bleak. I just flew back from Kansas City to Lexington. Two or three hours ago? And there was a lot of happy Auburn fans like this morning in a lot of very sad looking to fans, and when I got to like it was about what you expect. But the sun did come up I can confirm that. Is I'm sure there are no constellations on a day like this. But is the only possible consolation for UK that Duke also lost yet? It seems that that is something that you can talk fans are definitely taking from sauce in especially in terms of national media and anybody criticizing John Calipari mature point out that the coach K lost with a even more talented roster yesterday. So if there is a silver lining that was it. But like you said that it's still not much when I think given what happened yesterday. Yeah. And it won't matter after tomorrow because everyone will move onto other things. But in your column today, you talk about Cal system, and you wonder about the future because I think we can pretty well tell the president is is in is in is under debate. I mean, we're talking about an Auburn team yesterday that went to its second lead eight in history. We're we're wondering about Kentucky's program that has now missed the final four four straight times a couple of regional finals in that group. So take take a swing. Where where is this program today under John Calipari? Yeah. I think it's a situation where there's probably a little more nuance involved than Twitter and social media allows four, but I think it can both be true that he is still without doubt. Maybe one of the two best coaches in program history, a hall of fame coach an elite coach who maybe there's no one else that Kentucky would rather have waiting in the program. But it can also be true that the success. He hadn't I secured to four final fours. It's not working the same way. The last four years they haven't signed a top five recruit since two thousand fifteen haven't been to a final fours and says of fifteen the last two years, they haven't had a junior or senior return to the roster, and they might not again next year, depending on what Nick Richards does this off season..

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"courier journal" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"courier journal" Discussed on KTRH

"Operating them himself and selling the drugs and making a lot of money ended up being charged convicted last I checked he was still in jail some twenty something years later because the size of the crimes. Was so have you might be out by now? The media and the Democrats try to dunk on rand Paul for going to Canada for surgery noting that it's the land of socialized medicine. Of course, they manage to leave out the part that he's going to a private clinic. And then he's paying for the procedure himself. Is there any more? Is there any more free market than that? You know, what else they managed to leave out that the reason he has the hernia? Is because nutjob left-wing democrat neighbor who came over and jumped on him without him having any idea this was happening while he's out mowing the grass his neighbor cold. Cocks him breaks his ribs. Puts him in in intensive care for several days over politics. You ever notice? It's always the left that's engaging in this violent behavior. Media outlets are suggesting the Kentucky Senator is guilty of hypocrisy because he will travel to kin to Canada for surgery related to his two thousand seventeen assault at the hands of a neighbor. Senator Paul has railed against single payer, universal universal healthcare. Talking points memo tweeted rand, Paul enemy of socialized medicine will go to Canada for surgery. The Kentucky courier journal journals noted it the Kentucky upstart Kentucky's courier journal noted in their story that Paul has called universal healthcare and nationalized options slavery. Newsweek took a similar out and the democrat coalition tweeted, oh, the irony Kentucky, Senator rand Paul one of the fiercest political. Critics of socialized medicine will travel to Canada later this month to get hernia surgery. Well, they're leaving out. The fact that it's a four profit clinic in Ontario. That apparently specializes in this type of hernia procedure the shoulder ice. Hernia hospital in Thornhill Ontario was grandfathered into Antero socialized health system. So it's allowed to run outside of the country's socialized system. And again, never let the facts get in the way of a good story. The bigger issue is is rand Paul right has his medical training and his medical practice. Led him to believe that the free market delivery of goods and services, including medical treatment would be more efficiently delivered in a free market system where the marketplace decides you're never going to have every treatment available to every citizen. There will always be scarce resources. Just a fact the question simply becomes this. And it boils down to this very simple question with the allocation of the scarce resource of medical treatment. Will the marketplace decide or will the government decide who gets it? And who doesn't.

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"courier journal" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"courier journal" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"But when I tried to get a job at my local newspaper, the courier journal and Louisville times there was no interest, whatever. So I was happy to finally get a job at the tristate defender in Memphis, and what happened at that newspaper. I was definitely a rookie. But my editor Mr. L, Alex Wilson. He went to cover the integration of Little Rock. That is when the nine young people were trying to integrate central high school in nineteen fifty seven in nineteen fifty seven and Mr. Wilson was viciously beaten by a white mob outside the school because I think they thought he was one of the parents of the children, and he he was with several other reporters most of the reporters ran and jumped into their car. He refused to run and he was very badly beaten. He had left me back in in Memphis to cover the local stories, but when I turned on the television and saw that he had been beaten I had to go to Little Rock. And so I called this photographer Ernest withers, and I said we've got to go to a Little Rock. And that's how I ended up covering a little bit of Little Rock. But he did the main Cup. I just wanted to say here that in nineteen fifty seven was just what just three years after Brown v board in nineteen fifty four. So the what happened in little Little Rock was was a key moment here. So when you did go with with that, photographers, you're saying. What did you see what were the stories that you reported after Mr. Wilson, you know, suffered at the that terrible beating you were talking about well, one of the things I saw in witnessed was the pressure that the local police was putting on black people in the in the city, for example, when we arrived in Little Rock, we drove directly to the home of daisy Bates who was the in AA EP person who was kind of the overseer for these nine children who were trying to integrate central high school. And so we there was a lot of discussion about how dangerous it was just for people who were not directly involved, but also it was also very dangerous for for people at the home of daisy Bates, and I was there as a very young reporter. But I was just able to kind of. Sit in her basement and listen to some of the older reporters talk about what had occurred and how they had worked so hard to try to get the story of what was happening to the larger community to the larger black community because most of them did work for black newspapers. There were one or two exceptions. For example. Call Rowen had worked for the Minneapolis Tribune. Ted Poston had worked for the new York Daily News..

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"courier journal" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"courier journal" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"But when I tried to get a job at my local newspaper, the courier journal and Louisville times there was no interest, whatever. So I was happy to finally get a job at the tristate defender in Memphis, and what happened at that newspaper. I was definitely a rookie. But my editor Mr. L, Alex Wilson. He went to cover the integration of Little Rock. That is when the nine young people were trying to integrate central high school in nineteen fifty seven in nineteen fifty seven and Mr. Wilson was viciously beaten by a white mob outside the school because I think they thought he was one of the parents of the children, and he he was with several other reporters most of the reporters ran and jumped into their car. He refused to run and he was very badly beaten. He had left me back in in Memphis to cover the local stories, but when I turned on the television and saw that he had been beaten I had to go to Little Rock. And so I called this photographer Ernest withers, and I said we've got to go to a Little Rock. And that's how I ended up covering a little bit of Little Rock. But he did the main Cup. I just wanted to say here that in nineteen fifty seven was just what just three years after Brown v board in nineteen fifty four. So the what happened in little Little Rock was was a key moment here. So when you did go with with that, photographers, you're saying. What did you see what were the stories that you reported after Mr. Wilson, you know, suffered at the that terrible beating you were talking about well, one of the things I saw in witnessed was the pressure that the local police was putting on black people in the in the city, for example, when we arrived in Little Rock, we drove directly to the home of daisy Bates who was the in AA EP person who was kind of the overseer for these nine children who were trying to integrate central high school. And so we there was a lot of discussion about how dangerous it was just for people who were not directly involved, but also it was also very dangerous for for people at the home of daisy Bates, and I was there as a very young reporter. But I was just able to kind of. Sit in her basement and listen to some of the older reporters talk about what had occurred and how they had worked so hard to try to get the story of what was happening to the larger community to the larger black community because most of them did work for black newspapers. There were one or two exceptions. For example. Call Rowen had worked for the Minneapolis Tribune. Ted Poston had worked for the new York Daily News..

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"courier journal" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"courier journal" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Be more family friendly across the country. Don't you? I do. And I think it's a wonderful development. You know, women as you mentioned during the Obama administration really started to assert themselves as consumers of firearms and accessories, and this sort of self defense mindset. And if you can take firearms in combine it with a luxury shopping experience. I mean, I know I'm on board. If you offer me a Gotha champagne and on a silver tray. I'll sit there. And it's it's not just about having pink guns. You know, a few years ago they were trying to get women into hunting. And so they rolled out a bunch of pink guns. They were the same gun the guys used, but they were pink. And I know that like the state of Indiana. There was a story in the courier journal. That was saying that the state of Indiana our neighbor to the north and west is is basically trying to figure out how do we get more hunters? And because they need people paying those hunting licenses because that's what helps us to conserve wildlife in our states. And so they're trying to find ways to appeal to women and children try to get them into that. And I think it's gonna take more than a pink rifle because women are more sophisticated in that. Absolutely. And more female voices on the other end of the counter is a really good answer because I shop for many many firearms. And you know, it's generally we're buying from men who are really well intentioned. When you start talking about here, particularly we're talking about pistols and concealed carry. And they want to help you get what going to be best for you. But unfortunately, there's just I mean, there's, you know, the differences in anatomy between men and women the way we have to carry is different and the holsters that are gonna work and the specific needs, and you know, as as well intentioned as most of the male sales staff is. It's difficult to will relate to the way that women have to shop and Terry. And so the more we have women on the other end of that counter, and we're sort of speaking language, and we can empathize. And we can talk about what personally worked and what hasn't worked the easier. It's going to be to draw more women into this mindset into the realm of firearms ownership and he. Well, you get a lot of man's blading at the at the gun counter. You. Like.

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"courier journal" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

13:05 min | 2 years ago

"courier journal" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Common sense. Leland Conway on NewsRadio. Eight forty W H A S. Brother because you got a lot of time. So Paul miles. Are we looking for a bear with a lamp apparently? Yes. Okay. Got hit by a car. But then it ran off into the bushes and nobody's seen. It says. Correct. And they were they were going to check, you know, when they were trying to confirm that it was a bear. They did find a Paul print, and they were going to check some hair that was found in the grill of the car. No, it was not will sasquatch Clark. It was definitely a bear a black bear bear was only black bears around this part. Yeah. Okay. So again, looking for if you're out shopping getting gas, and you see a bear with a lamp, that's probably going to be the bear. Ahead one couple couple years ago that was spotted over there. And they believed swam across the river from Kentucky. Yeah. Where where was this that it was hit sixty four interstate sixty four in the new Albany area Floyd case. So so this kind of it's kind of a city bear. I mean, you know, I mean, it's it's kind of a metro bear close. Yeah. Didn't we have a bear in the Bernheim forest? Was it last year or year before seemed like there was a bear spotted out there too? It might have been I was telling the folks back in the newsroom about twenty years ago covered a story out in north northwestern Parkway in the West End of Louisville police were called to a home. We had a pool in the backyard. It was covered and a cow at walked tried to walk across the cover and fell into the pool. And and and the the the officers in the end the officials they're thought perhaps the cow came from southern Indiana. Lamb across the river. So it couldn't swim in the pool. Correct. I saw the folks back in the newsroom or googling can a cow swim. And apparently, the answer is yes, they can swim. I don't know exactly. How that functions? I can't do the backstroke or anything. But I think it's pretty pretty doggy, paddle, the basic doggy fat cow, paddle. All right. Thanks val. Preceded. So we're looking for a bear with a limp. Neither bears are the populations exploding in Kentucky. In especially in the mountainous region. But we're kind of having I think a a renaissance of wildlife in our state you remember the Larry the lion. Those over in was it Pewee valley or Anchorage that they spotted. It was close to Anchorage Anchorage. Nobody ever saw it again. But the picture that they had I mean that was clear as day look like a mountain line to me. There was a winner on Facebook last week. It was a picture of a mountain lion with a buck kind of in his mouth and it claimed that it was off US forty two. There is no there's no stamp on it or anything that was just the the thing that made the rounds. But you couldn't prove that's where it came from. But I could see that we have so much deer in Oldham county that I could see that terrain being attractive to to one that would stick around. But I know that Tim farmer. Remember, Kentucky afield. He's now got Tim farmers country kitchen TV show on KT. He he was on a project that camera mills in our doing a while back, and he said they had on trail cameras. They had captured amount lion. Cubs in eastern Kentucky. Wow. So they're definitely here. I just don't know to what what level and then, of course, our elk population is exploding eastern Kentucky is pretty cool. So anyway, mom is suing Texas roadhouse after being told to cover up while breastfeeding this happened over on Shelbyville road. And now a low of woman is suing according to the courier journal for quote, extreme and severe emotional distress. Apparently, the manager of the restaurant was he claims he was receiving complaints from other customers. And so according to one side of the story. Now, the guy had the manager hasn't had a chance to tell his side of the story. The left side of the right side. I don't know. It. I mean, does it matter in this case, which I don't know inside the baby was where you're sitting. Apparently the manager walked over according to the mother and just dropped like a towel or something over the baby's head and her breast. And it's like. I guess the the restaurant the headquarters, which is here in Louisville is saying, well, he was trying to find a compromise between the complaining people and letting the woman keep breastfeeding. But Texas roadhouse is apparently apologize. And they've put out a statement. That says look the guy handled it wrong, we don't condone how handle it, and we support the right of mothers to breastfeed also Kentucky state law firmly backs up this woman's right to do what she was doing K R S statutes do not allow you to interfere in any case with a woman breastfeeding her child, and that's the right thing. That's the way the law should be. How anybody doesn't understand that law? Now, I don't understand. Here's the thing. I think everybody in this situation needed to Pancho up. I think the manager needed to poncho up, and if they were really people that were complaining about a woman breastfeeding. Then those people need to be told to Pancho up sun and eat your stake because drink your milk 'cause she has every right to do what she's doing. That's number one. Number two. Do we really need to sue over this extreme emotional distress? People do things that are jerky. Sometimes and every time somebody is a jerk to me in public. I can't turn around and get a lawyer really the the restaurant has apologized. Can we all just move on and be human beings? Okay. Because I'm gonna tell you something right now. If you're disturbed by a woman breastfeeding her child. Then you're looking too long. That's kinda creepy. I mean, you don't need to be the only be staring at her. And if you're disturbed, I I love this, man. You go out on the town any given night, you go out go to the mall. How often do you? See people dressed scantily clad. That doesn't seem to ever offend anybody. You can see ever bit of the breast that you can see when a child is is taking milk on the nipple. You can see every bit of it in sometimes a woman's. Tanktop and there ain't a guy around. I know that's complaining about that. I don't know what it is about sticking a baby on it that suddenly makes people all the time. With over top of her boob. I mean, it's like really what is wrong. I'm a little different. I was raised very modestly. And not that I can breastfeed anything from any of my nipples that I know of I don't breastfeed in public either. But instead, I would I would I would pomp, and I would have a bottle. I would go to alive we go to an area. I would be a cock and cognisant of other people's feelings. And I yes, I know I've got the right to do it. I understand that. But I I'd be more discrete. I totally disagree with you. I know you do. I mean, it's okay to disagree. But I totally disagree with you. Because I would say there's there's there's nothing disturbing about that act. I'm not saying it, disturbs me. But but I just met modest. I don't think there's anything immodest about it. I'll be honest with you. Let's talk about modesty for a second. Because here's my here's my point of view on it. If I'm worried about modesty. Then the first thing I'm gonna go to is not the woman breastfeeding. I don't see that as a modest at all. I'm going to go to the woman who has or the man, I mean, believe it or not. I'm gonna go to the person who's dressed. Scantily clad not that I really care how you dress. But I'm just saying if I was worried about modesty, I got plenty of examples of immodesty in our society, a woman breastfeeding her child is not at all. I don't I don't see that as a modest. I really don't. I'm not offended by it. I don't I just I don't know again. I don't think we should sue over this because I'm just like really just let's all just move on here. It was the restaurant apologized. The law is the law says what it says and was move on from it. But it's still at this this day and age it's kind of difficult for me to believe there are still people out there. That would be because I'll tell you this like, okay. Here's what bugs me in a restaurant kids crying screaming. Now that I want to sue restaurant sometimes for severe emotional distress because they won't make somebody take their crying screaming baby. Or as I've seen one time. People doing a diaper change on the damn table in a restaurant. Now that to me is a modest that to me is disgusting that to me, I don't need to see your kids. Poop filled diaper and smell it while I'm eating, and I think you should kick people like that out of a restaurant. But if the kid is hungry to kid gets hungry. What was the motive? Then was there really severe emotional distress. The motive was to make a scene the motive was to get something out of this. I don't think it was suggested feed the child. That's okay. She absolutely has the right to do prescribe that motive to her. I don't know for. Sure, right. But you're saying what was the motive? Then you're saying she put her child on her nipple. So that she could get attention. I don't I don't know. I think it's so rare anymore that people get upset by that. I don't think that that would I would say I don't think motive 'cause I don't again, I think it's so rare that people get upset by that. I don't think women are whipping it out in public. So they can get a reaction from people. I think there's sometimes people do that. But I don't I don't think, you know. I don't think that it's all opinion because we don't know. But why can't a woman breastfeeding if she's sitting in a booth I mean, how do you have a hard yet to strain your neck to see top of her boob? I see it. I see it. Covered up. Like, right. I mean, how that work. Is you're sitting in a booth. I don't know. I just I can't get worked up over this five seven one eight four eight four one eight hundred four four four eight four eight four anyway, Texas, roadhouse, apologize. I think that's all these happened and of story there. Yeah. I I mean, I guess I I don't I don't think we should sue over this. This is silly for me to I would think this would be silly to sue over. But anyway, it's what is the I have got. I think I've got the statue right here. Career journal printed it KRAS to one one dot seven five states that quote, no person shall interfere with mother breastfeeding her child in any location public or private where the mother is otherwise authorized to be. So there you go so anywhere you want go right ahead sit in a booth and breastfeed your child, whether it makes five hundred people uncomfortable Soviet does it really though, I don't know. I can't imagine. I can't imagine. I just think if you're uncomfortable with this. You're probably I don't know if you had a child you have an uncomfortable life to begin with. I if you and Tabitha were out at Ted's Montana grill, and she decides to hit on the nipple right right in the right in the middle of the room. I'd feel like. Never mind. I wouldn't mind it. I wouldn't mind pump. I have a bottle maybe go to lobby. Kid, and my wife was breastfeeding in public and people were. I know I made that. That's right. I made that and I saw those when I made that she's got mean. You know, what married me I'm like. Yeah. Goes home with me. I get to see the whole thing later. Anyone else got a baby? Thanks. Bring it. That's how I'd be. I know. Oh my God. All right. We'll continue NewsRadio eight forty W H A S air serve of Louisville five six one double o. Double won the honest HVAC company in town. It's getting colder so much time to bring out the space heaters because that room that's a little bit too cold. Maybe it's your master suite, which is a long way away from the rest of the house or that man cave that has now kind of living room. But the duct work is never really set up for that to be that way. Well, you can keep doing that bringing out the fans in the summer and the space heaters in the winter or you can fix it. Because it doesn't have to be that way. They make these ductless systems we can put one in every room or just the rooms that need it. There's a Beijing unit very small very efficient not that.

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"courier journal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"courier journal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Four cases of actual abuse week, actually take charges what kind of a crime is abusing your animal that could be a fire can be jail time. It just depends. Thank you. And it is ABA H A M I L, and this is officially called metro animal services. Thank you so much. I appreciate it. Have you have a great weekend? Today is Tuesday August twenty eighth. My name is Terri Leib shots and the digital director at the courier journal. What we're looking at is in real time. Who's on our website? What stories are they reading the top story right now is opioid crisis. Pet owners abusing animals to get drugs is doing exceptionally. Well, you know, we like to see stories. Get a minimum of about five thousand page views got about twenty five thousand PG's yesterday today. It's picked up close to another twenty five thousand fifty thousand page views. It's good because you're building potential audience folks that maybe wouldn't have come to you previously. Now, see us a source and we've been seeing this with some regularity with some of the coverage on opioids. Today is Wednesday. August twenty nine. We're heading to lunch with a couple. I I started writing about two years ago. Where's your other half? Very good. Very good. Dance with this. Okay. I'm Brenda coolly. And Carl Hurley.

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Rick Pitino says in interview that "I'm finished coaching"

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:58 sec | 2 years ago

Rick Pitino says in interview that "I'm finished coaching"

"So this morning. Rick Pitino was on with. With my buddy, Tony Cruz and Kentucky NS morning news. And one of the questions that Tony Cruz asked was about the book and the book coach Pitino calls it caused governor. Matt Bevin a religious zealot. I guess I am too. Then. Why what makes you a religious sell it because I believe in God and go to church. Yeah. Yeah. I that was clearly in the book, that's clearly a swipe at governor Bevin personally. And I guess that's because Patino feels personally affronted, but you know, this whole thing that the book is hilarious. It's Well, I I haven't read it yet. But I it's hilarious concept that this guy who wrote books previously about how much he micromanaged his program in new every little thing that was going on. And he has two major scandals, and suddenly he doesn't

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"courier journal" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"courier journal" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Angels with him. Stays overnight He's, got a guardian angel sitting on his shoulder again Shane Bohannon charges dropped in at arrest where there, was a stolen AK47. style, rifle according to the arrest citation. Stolen from Troy Indiana and a bunch of other weapons because I remember the photos that were posted by Ilham PD and then. They did confirm later than that was from better rest For more than five ounces of marijuana some cigars at, an AR fifteen and also. An AK47. all involved in that particular rest anyway Shane, Bannan now ladies and gentlemen charges dropped on this on he's able to move forward with his life and this time he means it we don't know that if that he. Left the courthouse and then got aboard a. Horse named party. Dancer I don't know if all that came together or, not but Rick Pitino. Telling Tim Sullivan of the. Courier journal that he had nothing, to do with the naming of a recent racehorse and the horse's name is indeed party dancer you, can't make some of this stuff up John Schneider. Hires Harvey Weinstein's lawyer who also did some work for Paula dean and Rick Pitino's horse is named party. Dancer it's like sometimes it's, just like what are you guys. Are surrounded by too many people who are afraid to say, something to you don't do that bad ideas all around bad optics Says they say anyway it looks like this, Shane Bannon episode goes. Away quietly right it's still. To come on the show a, brilliant response to an old movie that I still don't understand why people watch never watched it all, the way through is the the film is called Pretty Woman and it was from a guy who was on the tonight show last night with. Jimmy Fallon where also on board. Last. Night was, our very, own, Justin Thomas I was very excited to see I didn't, watch? It I didn't DVR but I've collected, some audio today here's just a little bit before we get to our sports is. Kind of a sports thing Jimmy Fallon's calling out. Our hero Justin Thomas He's number two in the world now or three somewhere. He's. Right there in the top three. And obviously the FedEx. Cup champion he, won the PGA championship last year. He was competing right up to the end in this year's tournament and Jimmy Fallon calls them. Out and immediately starts talking.

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Kentucky to reverse Medicaid cuts

Gary Jeff Walker

01:36 min | 2 years ago

Kentucky to reverse Medicaid cuts

"Hundred WW radar shows just a few scattered clouds it's eighty two degrees Kentucky Medicaid officials said yesterday that the. Governor's, cuts to dental and vision coverage affected three hundred seventy three thousand people however the courier journal is reporting tonight that, governor Matt Bevin is now apparently looking to reverse the cuts to that coverage no word. Yet on why he made the cuts after threatening to undo expanded Medicaid altogether if a court ruled against his work requirement plan for Medicaid and one did earlier this year advocates say the city must. Do more when it comes to affordable housing to keep people off the streets the acting city manager says Cincinnati will allow a tent. City near third and Plum To stay, up until Wednesday and in return for that the city will tomorrow, have the mobile. Health clinic come out to service some of the campers down here as well will provide. A porta potty for six days Patrick to Haney says the city will work. To find temporary shelters for the forty or so, people, and then there will be discussions on further improvements and. Senator Rob Portman of, terrace. Park taking to the floor to pitch his stop act Senator Rob Portman the terrorists park Republican says the Bill. He, authored is meant to keep fencing and carpet little out of the postal service and says the problem is filtering into, the workforce a labor force participation rate is economists call it is so low right now. Is largely in my view because of this opioid issue where been says his stop act holds the post office to the same standard as private carriers that is one hundred percent screening of packages it. Requires that by twenty twenty, the, post.

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"courier journal" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"courier journal" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"What's what's happening here We build by such a sex and now they want, me to five million more dollars whatever somebody would. Move in on that right away There is a. Comprehensive retailing sort of John's, Schneider story in the courier journal is a re- it's a redo of. A, profile they did, five years ago I was quoted in that and so, they the career asked me, again for, new comments on that well in that story they sort of go through many. Things in John's life including a, time somebody was he says was was asking for a, lot of money to make something else go away And he challenged that person by calling the. Authorities so, therein lies the difference in well why why would you do that back then it, was, nine ninety nine I think and here it? Is, nineteen years later and anyway that's a big question Mark so something to follow for sure anyway good on Rick van Heusen. The interview he, had an hour's was very thorough all the way through except for that nugget that came out of there so we'll see if. This opens. Another window and information but again Papa John's is told him they want him to cease media interviews and people say well how can they tell him what to do well he owns a lot of stock in. The company's directors could could. Figure out ways to devalue, that undervalue that shifted pressure I don't know there are ways their maneuvers. And, business that can, put some financial pressure on somebody when you have financial, foot on your neck you, listen I, don't know when he's going to gonna be fascinating to watch this story and See of this gem from inside that interview turns into yet another story us radio eight forty w.. H. a. s. traffic out this afternoon, watch? Stall vehicle sixty five northbound north of? Saint Catharine also clearing up accidents at. The seventh and berry also had wanted. National turnpike, in hey court don't forget. Heading home on sixty four eastbound. They, have closed down the ramp from sixty. Four east to the Watterson west that's closed through mid August to widen that ramp during the closure you can. Detour by exiting at cannons lane taken that down to. Dutchman slain, over Taylor's road then back up to the Watterson westbound ramp if you spot traffic, problems, call the settlement university tip line at four? Seven,.

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Barton, Courier Journal and Catcher Battle School discussed on Mike McConnell

Mike McConnell

01:39 min | 2 years ago

Barton, Courier Journal and Catcher Battle School discussed on Mike McConnell

"Into an events center the barge arrived yesterday morning after a ten day voyage from iowa bb riverboats says that they have saved the complex from the scrap yard to transform it into new offices and an expanded catering operation second half of an aging liquor warehouse in kentucky collapse yesterday just weeks after the partial collapse at the facility and wednesday afternoon emergency crews were called to the warehouse in bardstown kentucky storing thousands of barrels of whiskey from barton's seventeen ninety two distillery for collapse again crews were called they're a little over a week ago for the initial structural loss that destroyed some barrels and killed hundreds of fish from the alcohol that spilled in the time sense workers took preventative measures to keep the booze out of rivers and streams reports the courier journal but the warehouse itself not so much because of safety concerns this time like last time no people were hurt but now another brown liquor salvage operation is on to be followed by a rebuild jack crumley news radio seven hundred wwl w a reds update covy back to the set and he turns it loose line drive up the middle that's a base hip winker rounding third coming to the play to throw way over the catcher battle school run and the reds lead five three here on this one the board here the fourth inning and they're still any cowboy jeff brantley on the call the reds ended up scoring six runs in the fourth inning yesterday in route to a seven four win over the white sox team has the day off the day before beginning threegame series in chicago against the cubs tomorrow afternoon our airtime will be one of five the reds did make a trade yesterday sending reliever dylan floro and minor leaguer zach neal to the dodgers for two pitching prospects including james maron.

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US woman posing with slain giraffe sparks online outrage

Leland Conway

04:00 min | 2 years ago

US woman posing with slain giraffe sparks online outrage

"My skynet theory you become self sufficient you have some fried you take ownership of your life you might not just vote democrat anymore that's the ultimate reason why guys like john yarmuth and mayor may bike lane are so like reactive to this i'm on my favorite sound bite from this whole thing was yesterday was yarmuth it was the shortest one move on the administration part makes no sense at all nothing ever makes any sense to him of you noticed that nothing ever makes any this doesn't make any sense make any sense maybe if you stop to think about it for five minutes it would maybe if you quit saying stupid crap like the economic impact we're not dental and i care are luxuries these people aren't losing their medicaid these are luxuries and that's what literally they literally sounded yesterday like the sky was falling and we were all gonna die because here today because we are concerned about a number of things one is the human tragedy will occur if governor bevin rolls back the medicaid expansion in this call eight i don't give free glasses that's a human tragedy vandenberg did not crash yesterday there's no money to pay for this and you're left wing judge took it away but it's bevan's fought all right i'm done with that let's go onto the giraffe the toys r us symbol oh by the way the explanation for what actually happened yesterday was the twenty fourth paragraph in the courier journal story about the medicaid thing twenty four paragraphs before you found out the truth the other side of the story i kentucky woman posing with dead rare giraffe she shot in south africa sparks outrage cj courier journal nick schrafft's or my favorite animal could never shoot one photos of an american hunter posing with the dead body of a rare black giraffe she had just killed during a hunt and south africa have sparked outrage the pictures emerged after they were posted on twitter by the south africabased africa land post website accompanying the post which shows to pictures of the hunter i won't say her name of media has been saying it loud and proud because i think they want this woman to get hurt were the words quote white american savage who is partly anita neanderthal comes to africa to shoot down a very rare black draft courtesy of south africa stupidity her name is blabbity blah blah blah please share the courage arnold goes on to say american animal lovers expressed hor unseen with rage set a twitter user this waste of life and then he hashtags the girl's name is hunting beautiful creatures for a laugh i'm sure this guy tom that wrote that probably eats a steak from an industrially farmed cow and doesn't think twice about it or maybe he's a vegan and thinks he's morally self righteous and doesn't realize that realize that every mole every every skunk every groundhog every creature that crawls on a plot of land that's cleared for his tofu salad is actually killed when they actually do the farming i wonder if he thinks about that hunters actually do more to conserve animal populations around the world and if you look down and you dig deep into the story you'll find the facts she defended or kill to fox news saying the giraffe i hunted was the south african subspecies of draft the numbers of this sub species are actually increasing due in part to hunters and conservation efforts paid in large part by big game hunting the.

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"courier journal" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"courier journal" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Morning commute i four sixty five michigan road up on the north side the map though a couple things to point out you we have this crash just popped up on the near north side that right lane is blocked on southbound lafayette road at west thirty fourth street this is actually because of a hit and run crash so we'll of course keep you updated as we learn more information on this crash but keep this in mind as you're heading through that north west side this morning eastbound the on ramp from shalon avenue close this morning you might want to enter the interstate via emerson avenue we also have a closure eastbound i seventy offering to southbound i four sixty five exit i seventy via emerson avenue had southbound on emerson go eastbound on washington street and get to southbound i four sixty five via washington street these both of these closures should continue until about six o'clock this morning so only about forty or so more minutes left for these closures let's take a look at those roads one more time i four sixty five at brookeville road down on the southeast side dry rose everything's moving up to speed aside from those three little areas that i pointed out to you should be an easy thursday morning commute elena thank you the hepatitis a outbreak in kentucky is worsening it's now the worst outbreak of the virus in america with nearly one thousand people contracting it the louisville courier journal reporting it has killed six people in kentucky so far it was first detected in louisville last year over half the states cases have been linked to drug use but it can also spread from surfaces officials say washing your hands can help prevent the spread you can also get vaccinated eskenazi health with meals on wheels.

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