Thursday, August 9, 2018

posted by Scott Fitzgerald - 

What happens when (wait for it....) COWS turn law enforcement?? See for yourself how, yes cows, helped the police officers nab a suspected car thief! It's today's 'Video of the Day"!

Metro Council President David James has strong words when it comes to the Louisville Chief of Police  Steve Conrad.  He talks with Tony.

Federal investigators and law enforcers from two states are learning more about the tiny compound in the remote Southwest desert where seven children, ages 1 to 15, were discovered over the weekend and where the body of one more child was discovered on Monday. Court documents obtained by ABC News suggest that 39-year-old Siraj Ibn Wahhaj was conducting weapons training at the property in Amalia, New Mexico, near the Colorado border. The goal: To raise the next generation of school shooters.  This chilling news comes as the video confession of school shooter Nikolas Cruz is released.

Feel like all you do all day is go to meetings?  You’re not alone.  New research shows workers actually really hate office meetings and feel they waste time.  And while it can be argued that those conference room get-togethers can be an essential platform for sharing information, brainstorming new ideas and collaborating as a team, are they always necessary?  Here are some pointers for the meeting planners and the meeting attendees that might just help make everyone feel their time has been productively spent (for instance: donuts should absolutely be used as incentive).

On Wednesday, New York became first major U.S. city to issue temporary cap on Uber, Lyft and other ride-share drivers. The New York City Council on Wednesday agreed to impose a one-year freeze on new licenses for Uber and other ride-hailing vehicles while the city figures out a long-term solution to the rising number of drivers in the city using the apps. The measure is meant to control traffic congestion, which has risen precipitously in the wake of these app-based modes of transportation. The move is seen as a win for New York taxi drivers who have complained that Uber et al are hurting their business. It also raises the possibility of additional regulation of ride-hailing vehicles in other large cities as lawmakers grapple with the impact of Uber, Lyft and other companies on their transit networks. New York is the first city in the U.S. to impose such a cap.

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani met with North Korea’s foreign minister yesterday and warned him that the US administration could not be "trusted." According to Iranian media, Rouhani stressed the importance of establishing peace on the Korean peninsula, and said Washington's decision to break from the 2015 nuclear deal showed that the US is not prepared to stay committed to international agreements.  CBS News' Mike Lyons weighs in.

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