Reminder: Republicans Like Scott Jennings And Matt Bevin Own These Nazis

***Care about the future of Kentucky? Help us cover FOIA and open records request fees relating to Matt Bevin and Jamie Comer.*** [CLICK HERE]

For the first time, Kentuckians have the right to inspect many of the documents created by the agency that runs Kentucky’s courts system. The Kentucky Supreme Court signed an order this week creating an open-records policy for the scandal-plagued Administrative Office of the Courts. [H-L]

Donald Trump on Saturday responded to the violence that erupted this weekend as white supremacists and a fringe group clashed in Charlottesville, Virginia. He refused to single out the activity of white supremacists, however, arguing that there was blame to go around on “many sides.” [HuffPo]

Taking one step closer to suing the University of Louisville Foundation for millions of dollars it lost, the university’s board of trustees has appointed a four-member committee to decide whether to file litigation. [C-J/AKN]

Manafort had alerted authorities to a controversial meeting on June 9, 2016, involving Trump’s son Donald Jr., other campaign representatives and a Russian lawyer promising damaging information on Hillary Clinton, according to people familiar with the matter. [Bloomberg]

The UofL Foundation can’t help but hire con artists. This guy was making $22,000 PER MONTH yet got caught stealing from golf pro shops. [WAVE3]

Charlottesville Mayor Michael Signer (D) on Sunday ripped Donald Trump’s response to violent clashes in the city that were spurred by a white nationalist rally. [The Hill]

Way to go, Republican Party of Kentucky, for killing Kentucky’s economy. Adding to Kentucky’s financial woes, economists are predicting the state will bring in around $200 million less than originally projected this fiscal year. [WFPL]

Donald Trump’s failure to fill dozens of senior-level positions at the Pentagon is making it difficult for defense contractors to forecast business. [Reuters]

After a short discussion, the Glasgow-Barren County Industrial Development and Economic Authority postponed again the question of whether to hire JYB3 Group, a consulting and marketing firm. Why on earth would Glasgow need to hire John Y. Brown III to market the region? What on earth kind of stupid waste of money is that?! [Glasgow Daily Times]

James Alex Fields Jr. of Ohio was charged with second-degree murder in Charlottesville, Va., on Saturday after he smashed a car into a line of cars in an episode that left a 32-year-old woman dead and injured at least 19 other people who were protesting a rally staged by white nationalists. Mr. Fields, 20, was born in Kenton, Ky., to Samantha Lea Bloom. [NY Times]

During his first convocation as Morehead State University president, Dr. Jay Morgan spoke to faculty and staff about the university’s beginnings and his goals for the future. [The Morehead News]

A man accused of plowing a car into a crowd of protesters here — killing one person and leaving 19 injured — has long sympathized with Nazi views and had stood with a group of white supremacists hours before Saturday’s bloody crash. The accused driver, James Alex Fields Jr., 20, of Ohio, had espoused extremist ideals at least since high school, according to Derek Weimer, a history teacher. Weimer said that he taught Fields during his junior and senior years at Randall K. Cooper High School in Kentucky. [WaPo]

A Kentucky man and his transgender wife sued Amazon on Wednesday, alleging that they endured sustained discrimination and harassment during a year as co-workers at the mammoth online retailer’s warehouse in northern Kentucky. [H-L]

Maybe some day lazy outsiders will rely on more than random tweets as sourcing. Then they’ll learn that Jim Gray and Lexington have been working on this for quite some time. [HuffPo]

WANT TO HELP US? Use our Amazon links, sign up for mobile service and more. Check this page out to see how you can help us without ever giving us a dime of your own money. Or buy our silly magnets up! [CLICK HERE]