I hate it when they mine old tweets. May 22, 2019 pic.twitter.com/iSY4MGiqTa — Dean Skuza (@DeanSkuza) September 22, 2021 Information evolves. Science evolves. Changes are applied. Please stop with the gotcha police, people. Masks became necessary to stem the spread of COVID. Face masks have become the MAGA hat of the Left. — Isabella Riley (@isabellarileyus) September 22, 2021 Remember when medical practitioners applied leeches? Yeah, that information evolved, too. Human brainpower leads to life improvements. A century ago, life expectancy was almost half of what modern medicine provides today. Don't listen to conspiracy theorists or fake news slingers. They'll get you killed long before your true expiration date. Politicians and professionals who don’t call out misinformation and lead people with the truth are part of the problem, not part
Courier-Journal legend David Hawpe has passed away at age 78. We had lots of laughs over the years talking media, politics, and all things Kentucky. We both served on advisory boards for the College of Communications and Information at the University of Kentucky. Hawpe, the editor of Kentucky's Pulitzer Prize winning newspaper, taught me a valuable lesson in January 2002 by ripping my ass on the editorial page of the Sunday morning Courier-Journal. I wrote a blog post mocking livid UK fans in eastern Kentucky who were heaping scorn on Rick Pitino for taking the Louisville head coach job. A few days after I posted the sketch, the Lexington Herald Leader wrote a scathing front page piece entitled "Web site parody
THE BEASMAN six wildcats arrested I AIN’T HAD A WINK O SLEEP WORRYIN IF ANY MORE KENTUCKY WILDCATS GONNA GIT SENT TO THE POKEY! (cry) I BOUT HADDA STROKE WHEN THEY SAID 6 U UH KAY FOOTBAW PLAYERS POINTED A GUN AT A LOYAL TRUE BLUE KENTUCKY WILDCAT FAN. I MEAN, IF THEY WAS PISTOL WHIPPIN A LOSERVILLE CARDINAL FAN, I COULD TOTALLY UNDERSTAND. BUT NAW…WE GOT US A BONER-FIED BIG BLUE BOO HOO! US GOOD AND CLASSY CAT FANS LOVE TAUNTIN OTHER SCHOOLS WHEN THEY’S IN TROUBLE. BUT CATS POINTIN GUNS AT OTHER CATS AIN’T GONNA WIN US THE NOBEL PRIEST PRIZE. (cry) OUR CLASSY CAT PLAYERS DONE BEAT UP SOME FRATERNITY PUNK BUT HE IS A WILDCAT FRATERNITY PUNK SO WE
26-year-old Brandon Shirley, a Jefferson County Sheriff's Deputy, was shot to death while working security at a Shively car lot. Deputy Shirley's assailant has not been apprehended although Louisville Metro Police Chief Erika Shields says they have identified potential suspects. Chief Shields said the victim was targeted. “If someone is really determined to kill you, they will kill you. And that was the case here,” she said during the news briefing. “We will make an arrest,” Shields said. Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer joined me on 840WHAS radio today to discuss the decorated officer's death and answer questions about protection of law enforcement and the overall safety of the city. The interview became a bit contentious as I pressed the mayor on the perception that
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is defiantly ignoring calls for his resignation by President Biden, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, and other fellow Democrats after a damning report outlines his sexual harassment and abuse of at least 11 women. New York's Attorney General Letitia James, also a Democrat, released the comprehensive report detailing 179 interviews with people familiar with Governor Cuomo's behavior toward female staffers. Cuomo answered with a prerecorded video declaring his innocence. Governor Cuomo Responds to Independent Reviewer Report: https://t.co/sgPuPEDXRU — Andrew Cuomo (@NYGovCuomo) August 3, 2021 Former Cuomo aide Charlotte Bennett ain't having it. EXCLUSIVE: “I feel vindicated,” former Gov. Cuomo aide Charlotte Bennett tells @NorahODonnell after New York’s attorney general said she believed the women who came forward
ZZ Top played a sold out show at Louisville's Iroquois Amphitheater on July 18. Bassist/vocalist Dusty Hill sat on a speaker stack for much of the show, forgoing the usual choreographed guitar swaying movements with bandmate Billy Gibbons. 🎸🎸 The next scheduled show, July 21st in Evansville, Indiana was canceled without explanation. Then the band's website posted this hopeful message about a quick return for the ailing Dusty Hill. On July 28, ZZ Top's social media posted this sobering message: "We are saddened by the news today that our Compadre, Dusty Hill, has passed away in his sleep at home in Houston, TX. We, along with legions of ZZ Top fans around the world, will miss your steadfast presence, your good nature
When America laughs at the weather dude, it's a good news day! Media bloopers. Always great stuff. WAVE3's Ryan Hoke made the above blooper reel. You'll see it at the :37 mark. Sportswriter Rick Bozich knows his stuff, but just like 99% of us, he cannot properly pronounce the name of Milwaukee Bucks superstar Giannis Antetokounmpo. Watch below via the Jimmy Kimmel Show. Not only is Giannis Antetokounmpo impossible to defend, he’s impossible to pronounce… #NBAFinals pic.twitter.com/kz5aOdac6k— Jimmy Kimmel Live (@JimmyKimmelLive) July 15, 2021 Bozich writes: And for those of you who love wacky TV graphics, think about the young person working at WAVE3 news who labeled University of Louisville national champion Milt Wagner as a "fan" commenting on a team issue in 2018.
It's still a year away but WHAS Radio will turn 100 on July 18, 2022. WHAS was Kentucky's first licensed radio station. What a wild trip it's been! 🎧 current WHAS audio: morning show, mid-morning, afternoons 🎧 historical audio Here's what WHAS-TV dug up in its video vault to note the radio station's 95th birthday in 2017. The Courier-Journal and Louisville Times Company obtained the broadcast license in 1922 and built a studio near the newspaper facility. This fall, current WHAS Radio owner iHeart Media will move the studio operations from Bishop Lane in the Newburg area back to downtown. WHAS has enjoyed a fantastic array of broadcast talent over the past century. The station has won prestigious awards for news coverage, emergency operations
First it was sabotage. Then a possibility of ingested urine soaked hay. Or was it a bit of cough syrup left by a careless groom? Jimson weed accidentally mixed in the feed? No wait...it's CANCEL CULTURE! 🤔 "I think it was just a knee jerk, cancel culture kind of reaction. They violated my due process..." -@BobBaffert on the statement released by @ChurchillDowns @KentuckyDerby pic.twitter.com/AE5kom6YlQ — Dan Patrick Show (@dpshow) May 10, 2021 Hall of Fame trainer Bob Baffert has been running through an endless stream of excuses as to how his Kentucky Derby winning horse Medina Spirit failed a post-victory drug test. Medina Spirit tested for an excessive amount of betamethasone, an anti-inflammatory. Baffert was baffled. He said that his team does not use that drug.