Late, but on schedule: Finally, the Kentucky Center for African American Heritage is nearing completion.
PRP closes ranks: The principal at Pleasure Ridge Park High School deleted e-mails complaining about football coach Jason Stinson’s actions at the practice where student Max Gilpin collapsed. Principal David Johnson dismissed the messages as “hate mail,” according to his deposition.
Bulleit bouncin’: Bidding the news business farewell, Jim Bulleit, the WLKY-TV morning reporter accused of shoplifting, says he is returning to stand-up comedy. After reportedly pleading guilty to shoplifting and criminal trespassing, Bulleit’s side of the story is posted on the ‘Ville Voice, where he basically denies everything while taking a swipe at LEO Weekly’s reporting that he had filed for bankruptcy last year.
Judgment Day: The stalemate over the weekend to solve California’s budget crisis may result in 20,000 state employees being laid off.
Drinking on the job: During the G7 Summit in Rome, Japan’s Minister of Finance Soichi Nakagawa appeared to be drunk. Watch here and judge for yourself. He blamed it on a heavy dose of cold medicine. After denying the allegations repeatedly, however, Nakagawa resigned.