It’s Fun Watching The RPK Meltdown

A natl television station wants to hear from millennials in Kentucky who have no interest in the current election or are overwhelmed. Contact Jake for details. [Get In Touch]

“Get out! Leftist scum! Get out!” In the video, the bearded white man wears a black shirt and a red baseball cap with the words Make America Great Again. He is yelling at a young black woman. He shoves her once, then again, screaming at her to leave. The crowd around him is agitated. Others push the woman as well. Many are yelling. [H-L]

Illinois State Trooper Douglas Balder sat in his squad car, its red and blue lights strobing into the frozen night of Jan. 27, 2014. He was about to be set on fire. [HuffPo]

The old University of Southern California basketball coach, George Raveling, once quipped that if he ever needed a heart transplant, he wanted former Indiana coach Bobby Knight’s. “It’s never been used,” Raveling said. [C-J/AKN]

NPR’s Rachel Martin talks about the state of the Democratic presidential race with New York Times columnist Frank Bruni. [NPR]

Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Daddy’s Name Grimes visited the Morehead State University campus Thursday, April 14, to hold a town hall meeting to promote the “GO VOTE Kentucky! Tour.” [The Morehead News]

The US Defence Secretary, Ash Carter, has visited an American aircraft carrier in the contested waters of the South China Sea. [BBC]

The executive director and CEO of the National Environmental Health Association (NEHA) will deliver the keynote address at the annual College of Health Sciences Scholars Day at Eastern Kentucky University on Tuesday, April 19. [Richmond Register]

Hillary Clinton in the first three months of the year raised $33 million into a joint account her campaign formed with Democratic Party committees, according to a report filed Friday night with the Federal Election Commission. [Politico]

Cave City dentist Chris Steward, a former Barren County magistrate, was arrested and made an initial appearance in federal court Wednesday following his April 6 indictment on multiple charges related to prescription drugs and other health care issues. [Glasgow Daily Times]

U.S. federal, state and local government agencies rank in last place in cyber security when compared against 17 major private industries, including transportation, retail and healthcare, according to a new report released Thursday. [Reuters]

Stories of families of recently laid off steelworkers and dreadful economic impacts of mass layoffs were told to DC trade officials by Ashland economic leaders Tuesday. [Ashland Independent]

The Obama administration issued a suite of offshore drilling safety standards Thursday meant to prevent disasters like the 2010 Deepwater Horizon explosion and spill from occurring in the future. [The Hill]

Kentucky Republicans continue to elect uncommitted delegates to the national convention as tensions rise between frontrunner Donald Trump and national party leaders. [H-L]

Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton sowed some confusion in Thursday’s debate when she said she would sign a bill setting a $15 federal minimum wage, despite saying in the past that $15 could be too aggressive for many parts of the country. On Sunday, she tried to clear things up. [HuffPo]