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"Instant chicken 345 times a day for continual updates, and that's really what's happening here on use radio 8 40 W H. A S Dr Marty Polio of Jefferson County. Public schools is joining us this morning. We're talking about what's going on J. C. P s obviously, and I know you're spending some time talking to parents about changes in the student assignment plan. I wonder if you would talk about that for just a moment. Yeah. Be happy to Joe. So we've been studying this for a while now, and that became become kind of a historian of the students time that plant over the past six months, and this has been Central focus or central central issue in this community for at least 50 years. And so it's very challenging. We have to make sure that that we listened, but you know, I've been in this district for 25 years, and one of the things I think needed to change is that we give all students choice and so right now every student in Jefferson County Has choice, middle of high school to go to the school closest to their home, middle or high school, with the exception of those students, specifically in West Louisville, and so that has led to a lot of Unintended consequences, which I conclude, not building new schools in west Louisville. So we're looking to give that option two families in West Louisville, But we're gonna obviously have to invest in west Louisville and support those schools the way they need to be supported, which is one of the reasons I asked for additional revenue from the community. To make that investment and then to also build new magnet schools. I believe that the more students raise their hand and families raised their hands and want to go to a school for a particular program. Research is clear, the more likely they'll be successful. So these are all a part of our new proposal with the big change on Do you know there are potential unintended consequences, which I've seen from the major changes in student assignment over the past 50 years, so we're digging deep into it and want to make some substantial improvements to student assignment. So on the tax issue, which is sort of in limbo. Right now, there is a 4% tax increase. And you guys will have the benefit of that money. But in terms of the tax increase that you had had looked for which you we've been battling about in court now, that is still sort of up in the air. We don't know where that is going to come down at this point, Correct. Yeah, I mean the opposition car opposition to this has filed an appeal. However, I would say we were very pleased, obviously, with the opinion of Judge Brian Edwards, and we think we, you know it's worth a very strong position at this time based on that opinion, and so I would be surprised if it goes another direction. We'll let it play out in court. I mean, that's their right. Um and we will move forward, But I feel very confident that in the end we will be successful with this and be able to help improve outcomes for students and J. C. P s. As a result. Well, I know there's there's so many things that 11 last thing here before you let you go there A lot of people who are concerned about some of the extracurricular stuff, and I know you've done what you what you can in terms of athletics and and lots of other Lots of other stuff that you know, after school stuff that's such a big and important part of kid's life. But what if he would just talk for a moment about how you're trying to sort of meet the meet the challenges with co Vered and sort of, you know, bridge that gap a little bit so we can still keep kids involved in so many other things. Yeah, that's been such a different and there have been so many difficult decisions for everybody along the way that has been one of them. You know, as a former athletic director of former coach that know the power of extracurricular activities and athletics and how much it means to kids. I know I would have You know, if I had that taken away from me in high school, I would have been crushed his well. So you know, we want to keep kids involved with actually added virtual clubs and extracurricular activities over 80 of them in the district, and they go across schools to get kids involved. But when it came to sports, I mean, we wanted to do everything we could tow safely. Allow it to happen. You know, these are optional things for both coaches. And for players on, so when we were in the orange, we were able to do that the orange, But since we've been in the red, the only thing we have allowed our postseason play that are sanctioned by the cage. Stay on. We will have to stay in that red category until the numbers declined. So that's the difficult part of this. You know, Clearly we are following the recommendations of our state Health Department. We will continue to do that. But it definitely makes it difficult for kids when they're not able to do the things they love because of Copan 19, you know, I know what an incredible challenge this is, and it feels like this is going to go on forever. But eventually we're going to come through this and I know that's hard for AH high school or junior.
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"10 99 30 Wgt. It is the breadwinner will show you heard earlier today, Brett Jensen, stopping by talking about that new order edict that has gone out in Rock Hill, South Carolina in your county, and it is the order that you wear masks for the next two months as you go out there. Ah, lot of stuff is out there happening. In addition to the current Sort of unrest and disputes the political disputes that are going on in the United States. But let's take a deeper dive on an issue that took place in Louisville, though it's become a national issue, and I think it's got practical implications for cities. Throughout the country, including maybe at some point, Charlotte Rianna Taylor. You know that name? Unfortunately, because she lost her life at the hands of law enforcement, But this is not necessarily about the law enforcement component as much as it is about something. Much more. Well. Diabolical Perhaps. Briana Taylor's warrant. Connected to a Louisville gentrification plan, according to the lawyers. So here's how the story goes. Briana Taylor's shooting was the result of the Louisville Police Department operation to clear out a block. In western Louisville in Kentucky. That was part of a major gentrification makeover. This is, according to attorneys representing the slain 26 year olds family. Lawyers for Taylor's family alleged in court documents filed in Jefferson Circuit Court last this past Sunday yesterday that a police squad Named Place based investigations had deliberately misled narcotics detectives. To target a home on Elliot Avenue, leading them to believe that they were after some of the city's largest violent crime and drug rings. So you've got this this organizations investigative group called Place based investigations. That's who's been named in this The suit that they lied or misled the narcotics cops about what was going on because, remember, she died as a result of a no knock warrant, theoretically looking for narcotics. A complaint amends in earlier lawsuit by Taylor's mother against the three Louisville officers who fired their weapons into Taylor's home. They claim that Taylor was caught up in a case that was less about a drug house and Mohr about speeding up Louisville's multi $1,000,000 vision Russell Development plan. The execution of the search warrant, robbed Briana of her life and to make a Palmer of her daughter. That's according to Benjamin Crump was also the same lawyer representing Ray Shard Brooks in Atlanta. It's execution exhibited outrageous recklessness and willful, wanton, unprecedented and unlawful conduct. Spokesman. For Mayor Greg Fischer of Louisville, says those allegations are outrageous. Without foundation or supporting facts. It's insulting to the neighborhood members of the Vision, Russell Initiative and all the people involved in the years of work being done to revitalize those neighborhoods of West Louisville. It's sort of the typical sort of Denial you would expect right? Let's go a little deeper here. This very interesting. Louisville Metro Police did not respond to Courier Journal requests for comment. Accusations contained in lawsuits do not constitute evidence in a court of law and represent only one side of your sure fine. But here are some of the pieces that are in this conversation. The warrant's carried out in the narcotics investigation on March 13th were meant to target one of the quote primary roadblocks to the development, A man named JaMarcus Glover. Glover rented a home on Elliot Avenue in the Russell neighborhood, the filing alleges, placing it squarely in the area of the planned redevelopment. He happens to be an ex boyfriend of Taylor. With whom she maintained a passive friendship. In the affidavit seeking the No knock warrant for Taylor's Springfield Drive apartment, Detective Joshua Joshua Janes. Wrote that he had seen Glover leave Taylor's apartment in January with the USPS. So U S Postal Service package before driving to a known drug house. The detective wrote that he quote verified through a U. S. Postal inspector. That Glover was receiving packages a tailor's address. There's only one problem. The U. S. Postal inspector in Louisville. Told W P R D R B News that Louisville Metro p. D. Didn't use his office to verify Glover was receiving packages it is apart at her apartment. That a different agency asked in January to look into whether or not her home was receiving suspicious mail, But it was concluded that it was not receiving suspicious, But I don't know what is suspicious mail look like To Brett, winnable from Ayatollah Khamenei. Tehran contents may have shifted during shipping Jaynes is now on administrative reassignment until questions about how and why the search warrant was approved Our answer. This sounds just like the Flynn case who ordered the search who ordered the code Red on private Santiago. What? We don't know it was just a system failed. So it's that tenuous a connection to Glover that led the police to Taylor's apartment on March 13th. Brianna's home should never have had the police there in the first place. When the layers repealed back. The origin of Brianna's home being raided by the cops starts with a political need to clear out a street for a large real estate development. That's the contention from Briana Taylor's family's lawyers. Going to the Police department's organization Chart Place based investigation squad was created to address quote, systematically violent locations and help existing crime deterrence efforts. This is unreal. Court records show that Jane's sought five warrants on March 12th including one for Taylor's apartment, a suspected drug house, two vacant homes on Elliot Avenue in a suspected stash house on West Muhammed Ali Boulevard. Glover and a man named Adrian Walker roared, named on all five search warrants and were among the Knights primary targets. Glover was arrested on Elliot Avenue that night for trafficking and firearm offenses. Glover had faced drug charges before and was pending drugs and weapons charges against him at the time of the warrant. Jane's requested a warrant for the Elliot Avenue home on April 21st with Glover again listed as a target. Glover was arrested a second time April 22nd after the warrant was executed for additional drug trafficking charges. J. Jane's of the Lost the Louisville Metro P d P b. I Was who signed off on this. Could this have been sort of? Ah, Redevelopment thing. That needed to get sped up. And does she end up? Maybe losing her life because of an overly aggressive move to quote clean up the neighborhood. If that's the case, and it's about gentrification. Things were about to go very badly in Louisville. 704570 11 10 Unbreathable News Talk left at 9 90 Wgt Boomer von Cannon's got traffic. Hey, Thanks a lot, Brad. Pretty good God traffic right down, traffics in great shape on interstates Just one slow down. That's due to congestion on 85 South found near Mount Holly. Exit 26. But other than that, the.
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"Safe my friends now whether together on the aids on newsradio nine fifty W. W. J. W. W. traffic time is up for forty eight if you have to be out in about this morning pretty good drive no accidents no crashes Runtown not seeing any disabled vehicles as we check those triple a jam cams we do have construction that's going on both in west Louisville township it's maple road now closed a middle belt for that work middle belt still open for traffic and this is a place to complete construction of a roundabout right through June in Troy I. seventy five southbound from big beaver to Livernois only one lane is open with the I. seventy five southbound entrance ramp from big beaver closed today and Friday at eleven AM until seven PM for today the I. six ninety six westbound exit ramp to south field road closed at seven this morning it'll stay closed through six AM on Monday and also for today in Ferndale it's eight mile westbound at Woodward that'll be close seven AM until eleven AM detour there is the eight mile road service drive border crossings now closed to non essential travel well the Michigan welcome centers now closed until further notice and for downtown Detroit the people mover and the queue line now closed we're watching the Tripoli Jeff camps from the automotive group traffic center here on newsradio nine fifty on this Thursday morning it'll be mostly clear also chilly the low around forty later today partly sunny and breezy this after hi sixty three tonight with patchy clouds cold a low of thirty six tomorrow blustery and colder we'll have clouds a few sunny breaks also expect a few showers of rain and wet snow high forty eight no cannulation expected though Saturday breezy and chilly with.
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"A us our top story. Louisville. Metro police are investigating a deadly crash in west Louisville. Officers were called to the three eight hundred block of camp ground road. Just after two thirty this morning. Investigators said a car left the road and crashed killing one of the passengers at the scene. Another passenger and the driver were taken to a hospital in unknown conditions. A Louisville contractor is facing more than a decade behind bars for scamming clients in several counties. Thirty four year old Scott Cooper, the former owner of precision restoration company pled guilty to thirty six counts of theft by deception and theft by failure to make required disposition of property. An investigation found Cooper would collect money to replace roofs. But would not come back to do the work. He allegedly scammed people in Jefferson bullet, Nelson and Oldham counties out of more than two hundred sixty eight thousand dollars Cooper has been ordered to pay the victims back. And is facing thirteen years in prison when he's sentenced in March. I'm Haley Hanson Cooper is also facing drug charges after police found him with thirteen pounds of marijuana and thirteen grams of cocaine the Catholic diocese of Louisville has released a report that documents priests who have been accused of sexual abuse dating to the nineteen thirties. The report prepared by former federal prosecutor, Mark Miller names priest ordained between nineteen thirty and nineteen eighty five who have been accused of past abuse. Most of the reports or adults reporting child sexual abuse from decades ago. Most of the priests were deceased. Twenty two priests files contained at least one substantiated report of child sexual abuse. The report could expand if new victims come forward on your three week manhunt is over Philip Louis was wanted in connection to a Knox county convenience store robbery and murder. Officials say Lee was arrested in Flint Michigan on Friday and charged with murder, and I agree robbery. Lewis is accused of shooting and killing bystander trying to leave the scene governor Matt Bevin governor Eric Holcomb have ordered flags at half staff today on a Republican politician. John dangle died Thursday night at the age of ninety two while his suburban in his suburban Detroit home. He served for fifty nine years in the US house of representatives. Both governors are requesting the.
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"And learn about communities talking to people and writing about their food. And yes, the homework involves eating tacos. But what really struck me about this class was where he taught we joined my conversation with Stephen as he's answering the question. Why did he teach that class at the university of Kentucky? Sure. Well, I before I taught taco literacy, I was actually teaching a class called Mexican Kentucky. Then that Klaus was really exploring. The demographic changes happening in Kentucky Kentucky has one of the fastest growing Latino populations in the country at this point. I believe they're tied for number three. Most of these states are located in the south. So the south itself is also experiencing a Chuck house sort of Latin ization or transformation took the students were local area. And I realized how excited they were. They were so happy they're so curious. And at that point, I was thinking I could do a class that will do basically the same kind of general framework for exploring Latin Kentucky. Through food so food became the kind of prism by which we would still explore some of these social and demographic changes you noted that the population is growing really quickly. Why? Duckie primarily the horse industry. And also the agriculture industry, and really it's it's happening between the areas of Lexington and to the west Louisville Louisville. Sometimes I catch myself saying Louisville pardon. And area of Lexington. That's to the west side relatively close to Keeneland race track. And also the airport is worthy primarily Mexican population concentrated, and that's the area that pejoratively referred to as Mexican. However when I arrived. Growing kind of Kentucky. Mexican identity has emerged Mexican has become a place to be proud of a place even honored and a place where folks feel a sense of pride is that's their neighborhood. So I would say it's not only just the agricultural kind of poor and the horse industry. But there is also other states where Latinos felt less. Welcome and migrated to Kentucky after learning about the the cost of living and the opportunities available. And but you also say that Mexican Kentucky identity is a merchant because you're studying is through food. How how do you see that in the food or or do you what happens in a couple of different ways? I would say on one hand there is the large regional varieties of Mexican food. That have been popping up more in Kentucky that is food from Veracruz from the Yucatan from Aguascalientes from the northern states of Mexico and also from the southern states Oaxaca Puebla those coming from all over Mexico coming to Kentucky. But you're also seeing this kind of exploration of using local ingredients to enrich Mexican food. And by that, I mean, for example, there's a place called the. Doc at Louisville that has bourbon marinated guard nita's, and it's as good as it sounds. Also, another one of my favorite spots in Lexington. Right in the heart of Mexican is the meters the users Weisenberger mill corn from midway Kentucky so famous for their grits. So these are Kentucky tortillas with local corn and attention also to the rich agricultural wealth of Kentucky for the kinds of ingredients. That are available that also creates this kind of hyper entity. I remember reading about your work from a terrific writer Gustavo audio who is newspaper columnists, and he's written a column for a long time called ask a Mexican which is an amazing name for newspaper column. And he said that you are a student of how not just the south is changing Mexican immigrants, but how Mexican food is changing the south. So now, we know about the bourbon marinated Canada's tell us about the other side of that, Colin how are these Mexican community changing the south? I think Gustavo is probably one of the forefront. Not only just Mexican food writers in the country and even the world, but really at the forefront of exploring the transfer. Nations happening in the south some of the stuff that the work. He's done for southern food ways alliance, including some of the oral histories and profiles of different restaurant owners and restaurants have been incredible. And really opened up a way of thinking about exploring. The local lived experiences of folks in Kentucky in my own experience in my research. I really explore immigration largely. And by being in Kentucky. I think connecting with food has been something that's enriched my research that is due. I usually explore literacy in bilingualism exploring that through food has been way for me to think about how literacy is connected to care care. And also social connection to care which strikes me is the same as the food that I think food and literacy are deeply wound together. And especially the story surrounding both food and how we learn language. So I would say for me that's been really rich point in terms of my own research. But no doubt about it Gustavo has been a huge influence. He's probably the one of the only Mexican American folks, I knew who actually actively vacations to Kentucky every year. It's a pilgrimage be also makes it a point to try some of these. I guess you would see places where you order Mexican food by the plate number and some of the very very rural areas, and it's really interesting. I mean, you can go out and holler parts of eastern Kentucky. And you will always find a Mexican restaurant. And that's I think that's telling because that's many places some of these rural communities, especially in Appalachia where folks are getting their taste of Mexican culture through the food, and it may not be necessarily the folks that would consider quote unquote, authentic, although it has its own real nece and that beats off them to that. But it's also that social connection I think that you know, even harsh political times that food can bring people to.
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"Traffic stops, Donna Adams of west Louisville tells W L K why she got to know Ming dote when she was working as a beat cop was more than a beat cop. She would tour the neighborhood like she's supposed to do. But then she would always say, hey, I have a senior she would come. She would not what's wrong is everything. Okay. That made a difference funeral arrangements. Have not been announced one hundred and forty four on duty law enforcement officers have been killed across the country in two thousand eighteen up twelve percent from last year CEO of the national law enforcement officers memorial fund. Craig Floyd says they did notice something unique about the numbers this year. Over the last twenty years we had seen more officers killed in traffic related incidents than any other cause of death. So this year the fact that firearms were the number one killer of cops in America. Yes. That is a change in that trend. Fifty two officers die by firearms. This year up thirteen percent from two thousand seventeen Ryan burrow, ABC news. Chicago Kentucky is among the states with the highest number of law enforcement officers killed in line of duty this year. Some Iraqi leaders are calling President Trump's surprise visit to their nation a violation of their sovereignty. Former US ambassador to Iraq. Chris hill has an opinion on why the hasty visit may have discounted foreign policy. The only explanation. I I really have is that this administration. Absolutely doesn't care. They don't care what these other people think they certainly don't care that they have expectations from us. Iraqi leader said Trump did not be with Iraqi prime minister during the visit because the two could not agree on a venue. Singer Chris Brown is in trouble over his pets. Monkeys DMZ says the Los Angeles city attorney is charging Brown with two counts of having a restricted species without a permit. The.
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"Fifty at NewsRadio eight forty W H A S, our top stories and Scott county, Indiana, where Charlestown police officers dead after a two county. Chase state police say the Charlestown officer Benton Bertram was trying to stop thirty five year old Benjamin needs a freedom Indiana for a traffic violation. He ran leading officers through Charlestown in Scott county. That's w okay wise and Boden is telling us that chase ended for the officer at the intersection of state, roads three and fifty six. As they were involved in that pursuit jumps the road and came in front of a home where there was a tree that is where the officer's car that three causing fatal injuries. The suspect. However, did not hit the tree within the yard of that house turned around and continued and fled the scene since that time Benjamin, ease, however has been ascertained by police he is in custody and the officer, of course, officer Bertram lost his life aids is facing felony charges in both Clark, and Scott counties. He's being held in the Scott county jail. It's seven thirty three it NewsRadio. Eight forty W H A S back in lieu of all the suspect involved in a controversial traffic stop at a west Louisville. Kroger facing a judge on Wednesday. Suzanne Duval following that story. Thirty two year old Jared ransom pleaded not guilty to charges of resisting arrest possession of a controlled substance, tampering and excessive window tinting. Cellphone video. Shows the end of the traffic stop Sunday when an officer pulled ransom out of his car and punched him several times at the arraignment ransoms attorney rob Eggert argued for the videos release. Here's.
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"NewsRadio eight forty W H A S, our top story, President Trump's former lawyer and so called fixer Michael Cohen will spend three years in prison. Coen's attorney. Lanny Davis says his client owned up to his mistakes and fully cooperated with a special counsel's investigation. He has a hard road with people like yourself in quite frankly with me when I first decided whether to present him to convince me that he is genuinely chain. And been transformed. Davis says that Cohen continues to tell the truth about Donald Trump's misconduct over the years. Once the Russia probe is over. Davis says he looks forward to assisting Cohen tell everything he knows about Trump publicly Cohen's three year prison sentence came with an added surprise ABC's. Aaron Katersky reports moments after Michael Cohen was sentenced federal prosecutors revealed the national enquirers parent company entered into a non-prosecution agreement I which publishes the Enquirer confessed to a long standing practice of burying damaging stories for favorite sources AM. I admitted it paid former playboy model Karen McDougal one hundred fifty thousand dollars. So she would keep quiet about an alleged affair with Donald Trump a payment. Federal prosecutors said Michael Cohen orchestrated in concert with a candidates presidential campaign. Aaron Katersky, ABC news, New York. The suspect involved in a controversial traffic. Stop at a west Louisville. Kroger faced a judge today. Thirty two year old Jared ransom pleaded not guilty to charges of resisting arrest possession of a controlled substance, tampering and excessive window. Contain cell phone video shows the end of the traffic stop Sunday when an officer pulled ransom out of his car and punched him several times at the arraignment today. Ransoms attorney rob Eggert argued for the videos release. All right..
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"Meteorologist, Suzanne foregin. It's thirty five at News Radio. Eight forty W H A S our top story west Louisville nightclub closing its doors following another shooting Kohl's place on west Kentucky street closed its doors Sunday night after twelve years in business club owner John Cole said his decision to close calls place was in connection to a shooting at the club early Sunday morning, then left one person injured. Sunday's incident comes after a March twenty eight teams shooting at the club that injured seven people eight others, including a pregnant woman were also injured in a twenty fifteen shooting at the club a post on the coals place Facebook page says it is. Quote, praying for the city Jalil Chapman, NewsRadio eight forty w h it's seven thirty two at News Radio. Eight forty W H A S two people in custody after an Allenby officer crashed into the side of a building following an armed carjacking and blaze. Chase would call of the carjacking coming in a little after two this morning from the Phoenix hill neighborhood the chase lasting for about. Thirty minutes and crews are involved in the chase crashed into a building at Baxter and avenues. The officer. Not hurt. Tear gas fired at members of the migrate caravan on the Mexican side of the US Mexican border ABC's Marci Gonzales is in the tent city in Tijuana, Mexico among the migrants, I'm talking to a mother who said she saw tear gas canisters land right in front of her children. There is were watering there were screaming and crying. I had a fifteen year old come up to me in hand me a used here gas canister saying that it came just inches away from him. Hitting him. The Mexican government says it will work to deport the five hundred or so that are participating in the caravan in the mid west millions shivering under a winter storm whipping across the half dozen states. The storm dumping snow more than a foot deep at some parts of Iowa making roads snow-packed delaying canceling scores of flights more than eighty thousand homes and businesses and the Chicago land area without power Chicago O'Hare airport has canceled hundreds of flights. You might want to call your airline before heading out to little international this morning. The government releasing some new numbers on kids with autism. The latest US government estimate puts the rate of autism spectrum disorder at one in forty kids higher than the estimated published earlier this year. But that doesn't mean the actual number is rising because the government has at least three different ways of measuring. The incidence of autism take all three into account at the likeliest occurrence ranges from that one in forty figure to one in. Fifty nine much closer to previous estimates. Vicki Barker CBS news NASA, preparing for its Mars insight. Lander to reach the red planet later today. And SpaceX CEO Elon Musk says there's a seventy percent chance he'll go to Mars one day an interview with axios Moscow also dismissed the idea that a Martian colony would simply be an escape hatch for the rich pointing out there's a lot of hard work that many of the rich might not want to commit to an MSNBC co host Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski are now husband and wife the morning Joe mainstays said their vows Saturday in a small ceremony at the national archives in Washington to announce their engagement on the air in may of two thousand seventeen their ceremony officiated by Maryland. Democratic Representative Elijah Cummings your next news update coming at eight. I'm well Clark NewsRadio eight forty W H A S Kentucky. Breaking news, weather and.
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"Community. Mark van der Hoff your question to councilwoman Lee. Anyone driving on downtown. Louisville streets has noticed they've been torn up quite a bit for hotel construction utility repairs. They're a little rough right now. What is your plan to pave downtown Louisville streets and make them smooth and attractive again for residents and visitors. So I think that's a great question. And I think the one advantage that I provide in regards to our roadways in our infrastructure is my civil engineering background. I've worked for many many years and the construction industry and actually know what it is to start a job and finish the job. It seems that we tend to spread our resources and construction jobs seem to go on and on and on or even if we don't get them funded that it takes forever to get them. Find it. So we need to create a priority. Now, I will give credit because of metro council's influence over the last four years we've been able to create some focus in terms of our planning for our community and. Terms of focusing on creating a three year plan of which roads are going to be paved. But what we don't hear the rest of the story. We talk about the great strides were achieving to deal with the deferred maintenance gap of over one hundred twenty million dollars that we identified less than four years ago in regards to our paving of our reds, and what we don't talk about is that we we achieve a twenty five million dollar investment for our infrastructure of roadways. But we don't talk about the fact that twelve and a half million dollars that goes on the tax payer credit card. To have to pay in the future. Just do regular deferred maintenance of our roads, we should create an environment that is sustainable to take care of our roads to revive the pay the necessary. So that people can commute back and forth to work to get to all the businesses in downtown Louisville, south west Louisville and east level. We have to focus on providing the roads, and what we can't continue to do as allow the roads to be congested with traffic, and then decide after we've done the development to expand a road. We have to create a plan that allows expansion of roads growth of our roads and taking care of smart growth to be part of our solution. Fisher your rebuttal..
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"Clouds and sun high ninety partly to mostly cloudy tonight showers swim around seventy four clouds and sun tomorrow warming you shower sturman spots i eight eight partly sunny hot and humid monday ninety very warm and sticky on tuesday clouds son and a couple of afternoon or evening showers and heavier storms eighty seven seventy three degrees right now fair we are going up to yes ninety in midtown wins news time eight oh seven governor of kentucky's getting schooled on social media after people in west louisville took offence at a facebook post about a school visit matt bevins' made these comments with video of african american kids playing chess i'm here at the titty academy i'm about to go in and meet the members of the west louisville chess club not something you necessarily would have thought of when you think of this section of town the city councilman who represents that section of town called that perpetrating a stereotype of the african american community posters on facebook weren't sure if it was racist or classes but they agreed it was tactless the governor spokeswoman defended the video and called the controversy disappointing no more papa john's papa john's pizza chain ads or at yankee stadium where the team is suspended its relationship with the company the chain's founder is talking about his use of speaking for the first time since admitting to using the n word on a conference call john schneider says the comment was taken out of context pushed me ended up stuffy here and i just said listen to other people use that word i don't and will not use that word and people of papa john's don't use that and that was the that was the comment papa john's has cincinnati they're taking schneider's image off all marketing materials the university of louisville has also removed the company's name from their football stadium correspondent haley hanson well just remember where some sunscreen to today is new york city body paint day that's exactly what it sounds like people will paint up and head out for word organizers call a celebration of.
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"Vaccinated for a while after the shooting last night police found a gun near that site in downtown brooklyn the weapon described as a black three eighty caliber handgun to ninety eight state street it's unclear right now if that is related to the triple shooting days deadline day for federal funding for the gateway rail tunnel into the city federal department of transportation set this date for new york and new jersey to stay in the running for billions to complete the new hudson river tunnel the centerpiece of a project to replace a century of rail infrastructure into the city yesterday officials said dot a letter asking for an extension on the two year project development phase if they don't get it will further jeopardize the project faces a tough time getting funding and it would also delay construction currently set to start next year wins news time five oh four off to scotland and don't hurry dak that's the sound of london protesters during president trump's visit yesterday he is planning a private weekend in the scottish golf club before monday summit with russian president vladimir putin all of this after an awkward meeting with british prime minister theresa may after the president's comments in an interview for a moment they were holding hands again like old friends as president trump and prime minister may arrived at the press conference but right out of the gate a question from the british press about the president's from blistering interview criticizing the prime minister publicly criticized the prime minister's policy didn't criticize the prime minister of a lotta respect for the prime minister may is fighting for her political life on this very issue that is correspondent terry moran reporting and then there was the tea with the queen who was waiting when he first lady melania trump arrived at windsor castle her majesty shepherded mr trump through an inspection of troops and then took them inside for a brief meeting wins news time five oh five hillary clinton was speaking to a teacher's union convention in pittsburgh yesterday telling them to keep fighting the trump administration policies that she says up end american values we have never seen such organized cruelty disdain and contempt for those values people used to hide the way they felt they wouldn't come right out and say what they were thinking which was good that's part of the process of civilization and clinton said a recent supreme court decision against labor unions will not prevent teachers from fighting for school safety and funding wins news time five oh five the governor of kentucky's getting schooled on social media people in west louisville took offence at his facebook post about a school visit matt bevins' made these comments with video of african american kids playing chess i'm here at the titty academy i'm about to go in and meet the members of the west louisville chess club not something you necessarily would have thought of when you think of this section of town city councilman who represents area called perpetuating a stereotype of the african american community posters at facebook.
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"Gift card to go see our friends at gracie's all right here's boehner candidate number one i have seen the impossible apparently astounded that all black children don't spend their time shooting hoops or exploring new avenues of committing black on black crime the governor of kentucky regurgitated a small amount of previously digested racism this was written by the root dot com when he declared how surprised he was the black kids could play chess what hole we're not smart enough tuesday republican governor matt bevin visited nativity academy at saint boniface louisville kentucky middle school that is eighty six percent black before entering governor bevin recorded a brief introduction for his twitter followers i'm about to go in and meet the members of the west louisville chess club he said not necessarily something you would've thought of when you think of this section of town wall the video montage appropriately set to an appalachian banjo riff showed governor bevin standing next to the black kids and imploring teachers to give them the chance to succeed now bevan you could point out the bevan and the writer this was doesn't give a damn about about black kids creams he supports donald trump he supports the tree tea party he is on record as supporting the repeal of the affordable care act of lowering the minimum wage and having gun toting teachers in schools the.
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"Kid hitting himself in the leg or herself in the leg with an epi pen and it said so apparent with an allergic child has to pay outrageous prices for an epi pen but a junkie that's oh deed for the fifteenth time can get narcan for free not raw not wrong it's not and the and the caption was one of these things i have a problem with right so again i just i it does sometimes those little memes make sense and we talk about how police officers in in god love in god loved the junkie that has to try to get out of that mess but having the police officers go back after their stash of for a narc hands are empty by midday and have to go back and get more to save more people that have oh deed it's really quite incredible and discussing the same time you know but the epi pen is eight hundred dollars race great okay i this story for winter break bruce brings to his childhood home he was five years old a graduate one point five million dollars shack it's it's bruce springsteen's home in new jersey hello and he grew up there right hey grew up there he lived there from five years old all the way through high school graduation it's his house out jerseys expensive place to live it's so for two hundred and fifty five thousand dollars what two hundred and fifty five thousand dollars that's it eleven thousand dollars below asking show springsteen so the name actually hurt the price of the house or didn't do it was indifferent if you've ever seen him make cod serve me forty years he's been playing music and saying when i grew up the worst house on the block and kirsten radon couldn't be prevented haunted by goes i mean you just trash his own house you know so i don't know if that but you gotta think somebody would okay why maker museum or something you know this your talk you are guy that travelled out of town and waited in the snow for three straight days for tickets tickets you had tickets but you you waited three days in the general general admission time you waited and i'm not exaggerating exaggerating here he waited three days i'm mocked him on the air for this for three days in the snow was it saint louis identity saint louis but the snow was in indianapolis indianapolis and right now you waited three days in the snow so you can get up in that little mosh pit area so you can sit next to the stage and go who's bruce springsteen now how do you get from that guy to where you kinda mock him now listen i'm just saying i'll mark everybody but who in this room has saying on bruce springsteen's microphone me no you have yes i have and melon ron what was the song mary's place he held the mike down and he held the mike i can't remember which ones you try to sing it likes brings did and he smiled give it a little springsteen smiling and kept the mic on me so i guess all right but remember mel from cure f yeah and her husband ron head seats on the side and they said oh good lord that's why that's why and so anyway now people will tell you springsteen has the i mean it's a three hour of brilliant music no it's great it's unreal politically he's jackass that you're saying no i'm say politically i don't agree with him however the guy's brilliant right when when when it comes he he didn't help the cell of his house no no he did he didn't tonight tonight is the first jefferson county public schools parent camp it starts tonight oh it started at five thirty tonight if you missed one tonight what you did they make them run and jump and passes it is at the jcp cps west louisville satellite office this is the parent camp here's why tell you this story if you're i believe that the problem part of the problem with jefferson county public schools is the parents i the big chunk of the problem it's not the teachers no it's not the student well it's the parents the parents are not involved enough in their children's lives to get this done right i look i i try to be involved as much with my kids but jackie does the.
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"Srn news i'm rich thomason in washington israeli security forces have their hands full as palestinians enraged by president trump's recognition of jerusalem as israel's capital vent their frustration at demonstrations all across the west bank several huge wildfires driven by high winds are burning in southern california the largest of the fires in ventura county covering one hundred forty square miles the winds expected to pick up even more of later today they could hit eighty miles per hour we are expecting an announcement of some kind in a short time from embattled democrat senator al franken subject of numerous sexual harassment allegations franken may announce his resignation from the senate on wall street right now dow futures down seventy two points more detailssrnnewscom intelligent conservative talk this is nine seventy am the answer i gave drop from the news room ellen pd chief steve conrad gave his ended the year report on violence yesterday he stated in the report the overall crime rate is down by more than four percent in metro louisville we noted that homicides are actually down eight percent in that same report i am heartbroken that all of these numbers than in particularly the homicide numbers for nonsignificant with lower meanwhile a west louisville church held a special service last night's remember those one hundred one lives lost a homicide so far this year good shepherd catholic church red all one hundred one names of the victims in prayer and arson investigators are looking to see how a fire started on shank slain tuesday night taking the life of one person forty one year old archie meter riley jump from a window to try rain savory children too far no details have been given his to the findings of the.
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"Where the second amendment comes first larry elder you think this sunday chat shows are biased let's see george clinton novelist with a top aide to i dunno bill clinton democrat chuck todd moderator meet the press worked for democratic senator tom harkin one of the most leftwing senators up there jake tapper of cnn to be press secretary for a democrat who ran for congress official vania worked for her at the press secretary his wife was a staffer with planned parenthood it does suggest just a bit of biased you think we evenings at six nine seventy am the answer intelligent conservative talk this is nine seventy am the answer i they drop from the news room ellen pd chief steve conrad gave his end of the year report on violence yesterday he stated in the report the overall crime rate is down by more than four percent in metro louisville we noted that homicides are actually down eight percent in that same report i am heartbroken that all of these numbers in in particularly the homicide numbers are not significantly lower meanwhile a west louisville church held a special service last night's remember those one hundred one lives lost a homicide so far this year good shepherd catholic church red all one hundred one names of the victims in prayer and arson investigators are looking to see how a fire started on shank lane tuesday night taking the life of one person forty one year old archer meter riley and jump from a window to train savory chilled so far no details have been given to the findings of the investigation or the condition of the three people injured in that fire by your stocking up on goodies for the holidays to your family your favor by picking up an extra 10 temporal scanner.
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