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Fri October 26, 2012
Hart Group's Kingdom Proposal; Thieneman Residency; Violence Task Force: Today on Byline
The Byline rundown for today:
At the top - Only one proposal for development of the Kentucky Kingdom site is known to have been submitted. Ed Glasscock, of the team led by Ed Hart, joins us to go over the nuts and bolts of their proposal, review all the numbers, and give a preview of park amenities if their plan is chosen.
13:30 - WFPL's Phillip Bailey and Kenny Colston of Kentucky Public Radio discuss Senate President David Williams judicial appointment. (Our broadcast occurred just before Williams was officially offered the judicial post).
22:20 - Mayor Greg Fischer's task force to address violence in Louisville published a lengthy list of proposals yesterday. WFPL's Devin Katayama and Phillip Bailey review it and discuss what's next. They also discuss the lawsuit seeking to remove state senate candidate Chris Thieneman from the ballot based on a residency question.
26:45 - For years, biologists have analyzed fish tissue to gauge the water quality in rivers. WFPL’s Erica Peterson reports that in the Ohio River, researchers are now looking at bugs, too.
31:05 - One of the most prominent names associated with Kentucky bourbon is Beam. Jim Beam’s great-grandson, Fred Noe, has documented the colorful history of the family business and his rise from bottling line worker to Jim Beam master distiller, and WFPL's Rick Howlett talks with him about his new memoir.
36:30 - Arts segment with WFPL's arts and humanties reporter Erin Keane. Erin makes a couple of theater recommendations for the weekend, then speaks with Laura Morton of the FLIK Network about the state of the film industry in Kentucky.