Thursday, August 2, 2018

Shocking video of an Austin bus driver who rear ended another bus at a not so fast rate of speed.  According to reports 9 people were sent to the hospital.  As to what was going on with the driver, that is under investigation.  KXAN in Austin is reporting "The driver, who is on paid administrative leave as Cap Metro investigates, was cited by police for failure to maintain a cleared and assured distance."  See for yourself in today's "Video of the Day"

Mayor Greg Fischer responds to allegations surrounding abuse within the Louisville Metro Police Explorer Program.

Supermarket chain Kroger is considering expanding a ban on Visa credit cards, which it announced it will soon stop accepting at stores in California. Foods Co., part of Kroger's California-based Food 4 Less Stores subsidiary, says 21 supermarkets and five gas stations in central and northern California no longer will accept Visa credit cards starting August 14.  The decision was made to save on fees which Kroger, the nation's largest grocer, must pay Visa to process credit-card purchases. But the action could be far-reaching. Cincinnati-based Kroger is considering expanding the ban to more of its stores if it doesn't reach a deal with Visa on fees at Foods Co. stores.  So how much are those fees? Retailers pay  a whopping $90 billion in so-called "swipe fees" annually.

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