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The Kentucky Supreme Court decided Monday to hear Attorney General Andy Beshear’s lawsuit against Gov. Matt Bevin regarding the governor’s authority to reorganize state university boards. [H-L]

Where does a person go when they realize they need to do something immediately to address their substance use problem? In Nashua, New Hampshire, thanks to a program called Safe Stations, the answer now is their local firehouse. [HuffPo]

How can Louisville put an end to food deserts? Start by kicking the shit-for-brains Mary Ellen Wiederwohl and the Metro Animal Services trainwrecks running “Louisville Forward” to the curb. They’re some of the dumbest, most wretched people on the planet. If that sounds really mean to you? You haven’t been paying attention. That’s not merely an opinion – it’s based on a decade of reporting. It’s elitist, out-of-touch assholes like this continually screwing things up in Louisville. MEW thinks she’s going to run for mayor, fyi, but she’s going to get her ass handed to her before she ever has a chance to jump in. [C-J/AKN]

Shortly after Michael Flynn was forced out of the Trump administration, his lawyer pushed out a statement claiming that the ousted national security adviser had “a story to tell.” One top Democratic senator investigating Russia’s election interference thinks he’s already telling it. [TPM]

This may be the weakest, most Captain Obvious Mike Harmon audit yet. Kentucky Auditor Mike Harmon is calling for the University of Louisville’s athletics organization to put more money into the KFC Yum! Center arena, which is still struggling to pay off construction debts despite soaring revenues in the school’s athletic department. [WFPL]

The United States holds North Korea accountable for its treatment of U.S. student Otto Warmbier and wants three other U.S. citizens detained by Pyongyang to be freed as soon as possible, the U.S. State Department said on Tuesday. [Reuters]

This should end just about like you’re all expecting. Amy McGrath, the retired U.S. Marine fighter pilot considering a run for Congress as a Democrat, won’t easily be pigeon-holed by political opponents. That won’t stop them from trying, of course. McGrath, who retired as a Lieutenant Colonel from the Marine Corps on June 1, is considering a challenge to Republican U.S. Congressman Andy Barr in Kentucky’s Sixth District. [Ronnie Ellis]

For decades, the Department of Justice has used court-enforced agreements to protect civil rights, successfully desegregating school systems, reforming police departments, ensuring access for the disabled and defending the religious. [ProPublica]

Incoming City Manager Michael Graese is set to dominate the list of highest-paid city employees in the new fiscal year, and the top 15 salaries will cost the city $1.4 million. Graese, who is retiring from the military and plans to start work in Ashland in August, will be paid $130,000 — the second-highest employee salary in the city’s history. Interim City Manager Steve Corbitt’s pay this year is based on a $153,373 salary, the same salary he had before he retired for the first time as city manager in 2013. [Ashland Independent]

Jane and Abe Goren retired here five years ago to escape the higher cost of living they had abided for decades in the suburbs of New York City. They did not anticipate having to write monthly checks for health insurance that would exceed their mortgage and property taxes combined. [NY Times]

Creating a new name and adjusting the composition of the board of directors for the Glasgow-Barren County Industrial Development and Economic Authority to have more elected officials in voting positions were just two of several suggestions from the magistrate who chairs the Barren County Fiscal Court Economic Development Committee. [Glasgow Daily Times]

The Environmental Protection Agency has given notice to dozens of scientists that they will not be renewed in their roles in advising the agency, continuing a scientific shake-up that has already triggered resignations and charges from some researchers that the administration is politicizing the agency. [WaPo]

Georgetown College’s year-long probation will continue for another year. The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges, the accrediting agency for the private, liberal arts Scott County college, extended its probation last week, according to documents posted on its website. [H-L]

Way to go, Republican dimwits. Under pressure from Donald Trump, Ford scrapped its plans to build a $1 billion plant in Mexico that would’ve produced its Focus compact car. But in a move that’s likely to vex the president, the automaker has decided to relocate its production to China in 2019. [HuffPo]

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