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'What is Google Fiber?': Everything you need to know about Google's high-speed internet service

Google Fiber is a broadband internet service that Google is currently deploying in 18 cities across the US. The service is notable because of its high speed, running up to 1000 Mbps, with a friendly month-to-month, all-inclusive pricing scheme. Despite the initial promise of the network, Google has paused expansion of Fiber beyond its current 18 cities, and notably pulled Fiber out of several cities where it attempted to deploy the service.    Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories...
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3 ex-jail workers indicted in handcuffed inmate’s beating

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Three former corrections officers have been indicted in connection with the alleged beating of a handcuffed inmate at the Louisville, Kentucky, jail. News outlets report a U.S. Department of Justice statement says the federal indictment Wednesday named David Schwartz, Devan Edwards and Donna Gentry. Schwartz is charged with violating an inmate’s […]
Tags: News, Nation, Louisville, U S Department of Justice, Louisville Kentucky, Ky AP, David Schwartz Devan Edwards, Donna Gentry Schwartz


Wind Point acquires A&R Logistics

Wind Point Partners has acquired Louisville, Kentucky-based A&R Logistics, a provider of integrated dry bulk logistics solutions for the chemical and plastic industries. No financial terms were disclosed. Antares Capital, Bain Capital, First Eagle Investment Management and Varagon Capital provided the debt financing for the transaction. PRESS RELEASE Chicago, IL, May 7, 2019 – Wind Point Partners (“Wind Point”), a Chicago-based private equity firm, announced today that it has acquired A&R Logist...
Tags: Trends, Chicago, North America, Holden, Charleston, Savannah, Mark Holden, Company, Louisville Kentucky, KPMG LLP, Business Services, PE Deals, Wind Point Partners, Wind Point, About Wind Point Partners Wind Point Partners, Konrad Salaber


Kentucky Dad Charged With Murder for Punching His 1-Month-Old Son in the Head After Losing Video Game

Police in Louisville, Kentucky have charged a man with murder after he punched his newborn son after a losing a video game, sending the infant to the hospital where he later died of his injuries.Police said 26-year-old Anthony Trice was home alone watching his 1-month-old son De’Anthony Trice on Friday (May 3) while playing a video game in his bedroom. When he started to lose the game, Trice became angry and threw the controller, police said.Authorities said Trice then directed his anger to his ...
Tags: Wtf, Murder, Crime, News, Children, Kentucky, Babies, Jazz, Child Abuse, Derby, Louisville, Louisville Kentucky, Authorities, WDRB, Sad News, Norton Children s Hospital


Donald Trump attacks disqualification of Kentucky Derby winner as 'political correctness'

Donald Trump has voiced outrage over the disqualification of the winning horse in the Kentucky Derby, blaming the decision on "political correctness". The US president, who has not been averse to expressing strong views on sporting events, waded into the controversy to insist Maximum Security's win should not have been overturned. It was only the second time the winner has been disqualified in the event's 145-year-history. Country House was declared the winner after stewards spent more t...
Tags: News, US, Donald Trump, Kentucky Derby, Donald J Trump, Louisville Kentucky, Churchill Downs, Country House, Kentucky Horse Racing Commission, Barbara Borden


Legal sports wagering = more Kentucky Derby options

In a few hours, we'll find out which thoroughbred will be wearing this year's coveted Garland of Roses. (Photo by Craig L. Duncan via English Wikipedia [CC BY-SA 3.0]) OK Tax and tax fans, have you placed your Kentucky Derby bets yet? By now, you know that tax, in addition to being the main focus of my professional writing life also is the name of a horse entered in today's 145th Run for the Roses at Churchill Downs. Betting basis: Is Tax a good bet? Depends on what you want to get out of...
Tags: Taxes, Supreme Court, Oakland Raiders, NFL, United States, NHL, District Of Columbia, Sam, Aga, Kentucky Derby, Louisville Kentucky, American Gaming Association, CC BY SA, National Hockey League NHL, Churchill Downs, National Basketball Association NBA


How to Watch the 145th Kentucky Derby

The Kentucky Derby is today. Dubbed “the greatest two minutes in sports” the 145th edition of the annual horse race officially kicks off at 6:46pm ET today in Louisville, Kentucky.Read more...
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PE-backed Material Handling Systems appoints McReynolds as CEO

Material Handling Systems Inc, which is backed by Thomas H. Lee Partners LP, has named Scott McReynolds as CEO. He will succeed co-founder and CEO Tony Mouser who stepped down as CEO but will continue managing special projects. Headquartered in Louisville, Kentucky, MHS is a provider of parcel sortation systems, engineering, and equipment. PRESS RELEASE LOUISVILLE, Ky.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Material Handling Systems, Inc. (“MHS” or the “Company”), a leading provider of advanced parcel sortation system...
Tags: Trends, People, North America, Carlisle, Louisville, Mhs, Company, Scott, Greg, Tony, Louisville Kentucky, Thomas H Lee, McReynolds, OCM, Partners LP, THL


Major scientific meeting on sound next month in Louisville

(Acoustical Society of America) The Acoustical Society of America will hold its 177th meeting May 13-17, 2019 at the Galt House Hotel in Louisville, Kentucky. This major scientific conference brings together interdisciplinary groups of researchers from many far-flung fields, including physics, medicine, music, psychology, architecture and engineering, to discuss their latest research. It will feature nearly 1,000 presentations on sound and its applications
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ABTB acquires eight Louisville Taco Bell restaurants

ABTB, which is backed by Orangewood Partners and ABDD Capital, has acquired eight additional Taco Bell restaurants in the greater Louisville, Kentucky market. No financial terms were disclosed. Paris Ackerman LLP provided legal advice on this transaction. PRESS RELEASE LOUISVILLE, KY – April 22, 2019 – ABTB, a company owned by Orangewood Partners (“Orangewood”) and ABDD Capital (“ABDD”), today announced that it has purchased eight additional Taco Bell restaurants in the greater Louisville, KY ma...
Tags: New York, Trends, M&a, Louisville, Taco Bell, Louisville Kentucky, Ky, Judd, Dunkin' Donuts, Consumer/Retail, Orangewood, Orangewood Partners, Alan Goldfarb, Orangewood Orangewood Partners, ABDD, ABDD Capital


Google Fiber is paying $4 million to Louisville, Kentucky to repair damage to city streets caused by its failed high-speed internet rollout (GOOG, GOOGL)

After failed efforts to bring ultra-high speed internet to Louisville, Kentucky, Google Fiber will pay the city nearly $4 million to help repair damages it caused.  The package — which will be paid out over the next 20 months — came as a result of the company agreeing to leave the streets in the same, or better, condition than before it started digging trenches and laying cables in 2017, according to a WDRB report. Fiber announced it would be sunsetting its Louisville operation in February, a ...
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Google Fiber Will Pay $3.8 Million to Fix Roads Marred by Failed Louisville Project

Google Fiber has announced that it will pay $3.84 million to the local government in Louisville, Kentucky to fix infrastructure in the city after the tech giant decided to pull out of that market. Alphabet, Google’s parent company, decided to abandon its gigabit broadband plans in Louisville back in February after its…
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Google Fiber experiment ends with Choc Factory paying Louisville $3.8m to clean up its mess

Payout will cover costs incurred for (not quite) burying cable Google has cut a deal with the city of Louisville, Kentucky, to settle lingering costs from its ill-fated Fiber broadband installation.…
Tags: Google, Software, Google Fiber, Louisville, Louisville Kentucky, Choc Factory


104th Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America convenes in Louisville, Kentucky

(Ecological Society of America) Environmental scientists, educators, and policy makers are gathering in the Kentucky International Convention Center in Louisville, Kentucky this August 11th through 16th, 2019, for the 104th Annual Meeting of the ESA, co-hosted with the USSEE.
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My Wake-Up Call

  Spring beauties, Claytonia virginica, in Cave Hill Cemetery in Louisville, Kentucky. I’ve got a favorite spring-flowering plant, and I bet you have one, too. But I can’t fully warm up to spring, or any flowering favorites, until I’ve shaken winter’s lingering, gray dreariness. I piddled through the late winter calendar this year with hellebores, witch hazels, snowdrops and crocus. I love these teasers, but since late autumn, I have been a lazy winter gardener. I’m working on a slow-to-rise...
Tags: Gardening, Stephen, Louisville, Jared, Louisville Kentucky, Jared Barnes, Nacogdoches Texas, What's Happening, Salvisa, Austin State University, Cave Hill Cemetery, Pat Haragan, Chiondoxa


Growing a Startup Ecosystem in Louisville, KY

Photo courtesy of University of Louisville Techstars, the worldwide network that helps entrepreneurs succeed, and the Louisville Entrepreneurship Acceleration Partnership (LEAP) together announce the launch of the Techstars Startup Ecosystem Development program in Louisville, Kentucky. Techstars and LEAP will build a self-sustaining coalition of entrepreneurs, corporate partners, local and national investors, government and academic leaders, and startup enthusiasts in the community to c...
Tags: Startups, Brad Feld, Announcements, TechStars, Foundry Group, Accelerators, Louisville, Startup Ecosystem, Louisville Kentucky, Louisville Ky, Techstars Startup Ecosystem Development, University of Louisville Techstars, Buffalo NY Click


Maker of OxyContin reaches $270 million settlement in Oklahoma

By KEN MILLER and GEOFF MULVIHILL OKLAHOMA CITY — The maker of OxyContin and the company’s controlling family agreed Tuesday to pay a groundbreaking $270 million to Oklahoma to settle allegations they helped create the nation’s deadly opioid crisis with their aggressive marketing of the powerful painkiller. It is the first settlement to come out of the recent coast-to-coast wave of nearly 2,000 lawsuits against Stamford, Connecticut-based Purdue Pharma that threaten to push the company into bank...
Tags: Health, Business, New York, London, News, Massachusetts, Uncategorized, Sport, Soccer, United States, Oklahoma, Cleveland, Oklahoma City, Guggenheim Museum, Hunter, State


A La Carte (March 22)

Today I’m down in Louisville, Kentucky for the Boyce College’s Preview Day. We’ve already got one student thriving here, and with my daughter finishing up eleventh grade and beginning to think about college, she is eager to see it as well. I dug up a handful of worthwhile Kindle deals that may interest you. 5 Questions—5 Scholars: Paul’s Letter to the Romans Justin Taylor had the neat idea of asking 5 scholars the same 5 questions about Romans. I find it strangely affirming h...
Tags: China, India, America, Blogging, Pakistan, Ncaa, Kashmir, Christ, A La Carte, PAUL, Louisville Kentucky, Justin Taylor, Southern Seminary, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Boyce College, SBTS


Pleatco to buy APEL International, Milton Manufacturing

Pleatco, a portfolio company of Align Capital Partners, said March 18 that it acquired APEL International and Milton Manufacturing. Financial terms weren’t announced. APEL, of Louisville, Kentucky, designs and makes pleated filter cartridges, pleated bags, and other filtration products for mission-critical industrial air applications. Milton, of Milton, Ontario, provides spun bond, paper, felt, and pleated bag filters for OEM customers. PRESS RELEASE Align Capital Partners’ Pleatco Platform Expa...
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Impact Wrestling to Use OVW as Its Minor Leagues Again

Louisville, Kentucky’s Ohio Valley Wrestling will once again serve as the minor-league system for Impact Wrestling, feeding talent to the larger company.The renewed partnership follows the two pro-wrestling promotions’ co-billed Louisville event, One Night Only: Clash in the Bluegrass. That Davis Arena show, which featured wrestlers from both organizations, sold out.OVW previously served as WWE’s minor leagues from 2000 to 2008. Alums include Brock Lesnar and John Cena.Ohio Valley Wrestling was ...
Tags: News, Louisville, Louisville Kentucky, Brock Lesnar, Ohio Valley Wrestling, OVW, John Cena Ohio Valley Wrestling, Twitch OVW, Scott D'Amore, Al Snow, Al Snow Snow, Gladiator Sports Network


Best places to travel in May

We’ve finally reached the light at the end of the winter tunnel. Daylight savings is over and the sun is shining, and all is right with the world. No? Still not in full-on summer mode yet? Well, that’s ok — May is a mere two months away, bringing with it the unofficial start of summer at Memorial Day. It also brings music festivals, barbecue festivals, and even a camel-riding festival. Plus Cinco de Mayo and the general relief that we don’t have to think about winter again until football is b...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Australia, Kentucky, Africa, US, Alabama, Prague, Vienna, Budapest, Atlantic, New Jersey, Italy, Bastille, Monaco, Newark


I Am Embarrassed by My State Paper, The Baptist Message

One week ago I wrote my first draft of this article, then I didn’t post it because I realized I was angry and my words were not appropriate nor were they even coherent due to my frustration. Thus, I have waited until today when the hard copy of the article to which I was responding arrived at our church office (and I am in better control of my faculties ). Also, I had another title for this article but some dear friends suggested I should soften it a bit. So this is me not being angry or incendi...
Tags: Politics, Religion, US, International, Georgia, Fox News, Bp, Louisiana, LBC, North Carolina, Fort Worth, Houston Chronicle, Louisville Kentucky, Al Mohler, SBC, Baptist


Find Your Courage to Fight through the Darkness

As a pastor of one of the largest churches in America, Kyle Idleman has pastored and counseled thousands. Over the years, he’s noticed a particular theme emerge from those he connects with and realized one important thing: we all need encouragement. We need hope to get through the darkness. No matter our struggles, no matter our story, we desperately need to hear these words: don’t give up. Here Kyle writes about the story of Jacob in Genesis 25-33 and how we can draw inspiration and encouragem...
Tags: Books, Religion, America, Guest Posts, David, Faith, Annie, MMA, Baker, Don, Kyle, Louisville Kentucky, Jacob, Esau, Kyle Idleman, Southeast Christian Church


Ruffled Feathers and the Corkscrew Swamp

Lillian Russell. Photo credit: Pittsburgh City Paper Feathers might not have been ruffled if actress Lillian Russell, and other early 20thcentury fashonistas, had not sashayed around in hats with colorful plumes, plucked from wading birds. And, if there had not been a fight to save the birds, there might not be a Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary in southwest Florida today. The feathers of Florida wading birds at that time fetched as much as $30 an ounce, twice the value of gold. The Florida legislat...
Tags: Europe, Gardening, Florida, Kentucky, Toronto, Miami, Mark Twain, Rose, Keith, COLUMBUS Ohio, Louisville Kentucky, Cape May New Jersey, Naples Florida, What's Happening, Keith Johnson, Cave Hill Cemetery


POMA Executive Director Chats Future Of Media On GoWild’s Podcast, Restless Native

POMA Executive Director Chats Future Of Media On GoWild’s Podcast, Restless Native USA – -(AmmoLand.com)- “As we see the traditional storytellers retire, it’s about bringing up the next generation. We have a lot of young people, but I don’t want to lose the baby boomer’s knowledge. Some of these people have been doing this for 35 yers and they’ve made the mistakes we don’t want to make ourselves.” ~  Kevin Orthman Kevin Orthman joined Brad Luttrell, GoWild's CEO, CoFounder and the host of ...
Tags: Guns, Kevin, Louisville Kentucky, Luttrell, Shooting Industry News, Professional Outdoor Media Association, POMA, Professional Outdoor Media Association (POMA, GoWild, Podcast Restless Native USA, Kevin Orthman Kevin Orthman, Brad Luttrell GoWild, Orthman


KKR completes buyout of BrightSpring, merges it with PharMerica

KKR has closed its acquisition of Louisville, Kentucky-based BrightSpring Health, a home and community-based health services provider. The amount of the acquisition was previously reported to be about $1.32 billion, with an affiliate of Walgreens Boots Alliance Inc serving as a minority investor. As part of the deal, BrightSpring has merged with KKR portfolio company PharMerica, a pharmacy services provider. PRESS RELEASE LOUISVILLE, Ky.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Global investment firm KKR and BrightSprin...
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Outdoor Access Launches Sweepstakes with GoWild to Promote Hunting Mentorship

Outdoor Access Launches Sweepstakes with GoWild to Promote Hunting Mentorship USA – -(AmmoLand.com)- Hunting social media app, GoWild, has partnered with Outdoor Access to help more hunters and anglers take to the woods or water this year. The two tech companies are kicking off a series of efforts to get more people enjoying the great outdoors – whether that’s for the first time, or for the first time in a long while. Outdoor Access, often referred to as the “Airbnb of the outdoors,” serves a...
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Further Global buys ATM company PAI

Further Global Capital Management has acquired Louisville, Kentucky-based Payment Alliance International, an ATM provider with over 75,000 ATMs. No financial terms were disclosed. In addition to the funding, David Dove has become CEO of PAI. PRESS RELEASE NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–On January 31, 2019, Further Global Capital Management (“Further Global”), a private equity firm focused on the financial services industry, completed its acquisition of Payment Alliance International (“PAI”), the natio...
Tags: New York, Toronto, Trends, David, Watson, Financial Services, Pai, Dove, Keith, BMO Capital Markets, Louisville Kentucky, Kirkland Ellis LLP, Dechert LLP, Olivier Sarkozy, Neil Clark, PE Deals


Shared Scooters Don't Last Long

Alison Griswold, writes on her newsletter Oversharing: I took a look at data on scooter rides in Louisville, Kentucky, shared online as part of the city's open data policy. The latest data is available here. The data set I used was older and included monthly data on scooter trips from August through December. It also included a unique "ID" for each scooter, a detail that was key to my analysis and has been stripped out of subsequent data sets published by Louisville. The data doesn't differentia...
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Best bridges in the United States

Bridges seem to captivate people more than any other structures, not only as engineering marvels that connect previously separated areas but also as local icons that become unmistakable parts of a city. They’re places to relax, places to hone your photography skills, and sometimes places to beat your head against the steering wheel when stuck in traffic. But they always bring a sense of wonder and a little bit of closeness to the water. So it’s no wonder that bridges are among the most photog...
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