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The last daybook of the year, and what a year it was. Here’s how we’re going out with a bang:

We’ll have an updated on the Red Cross’ Donorama blood drive, which wrapped up yesterday.

The Indiana Department of Revenue is seeking to embarrass tax delinquents. We’ll get an update.

And much, much more.

Oh, things are slowing down for the holiday. But here’s what we’re working on for now:

I am interviewing the Mayor this morning.
Haley is working on a DUI story today.
Stephanie is gathering news at the airport.
I’ll advance the news about Kelly Downard‘s KaCo resolution.
And much, much more…

Here’s what we’re working on today:

Coach Pitino has a press conference at 2pm at the Yum Center.  Stephanie will cover it. She’ll also report on the new weather-tracking stations in Kentucky.

I’ll get something on the Humama/DOD contract.  I’ll also find out about the city’s new parking contractor.

Here’s what we’re working on today:

At 10:30, I’ll cover the Mayor’s announcement of tree planting initiative along Olmstead parkways.

At 1:00, Rick will cover Karen Sypher‘s court appearance.

At 2:00pm, Stephanie will cover Rick Pitino‘s press conference (unrelated to above item).

At 4:00pm Steve Henry scheduled to appear in Franklin Circuit Court for plea agreement. Tony will cover.

Here’s what we’re reporting on today:

Tony will cover Auditor Crit Luallan’ releases of the KCL audit in Frankfort.

United Airlines is announcing a non-stop service to Denver. I’ll cover it.

Stephanie will call the health department on tomorrow’s wrap-up of school vaccinations.

Today on SOA…”Urban Parks and Greenways”

Here’s what we’re working on today:

I’ll get something on the wrap-up of the Eastern Parkway construction project at U of L. I’ll also monitor the Metro Council Government Accountability and Oversight Committee meeting.

Stephanie will find out how Churchill Downs’ experiment with Oaks/Derby packages is going. Stephanie will also check in with the health department to see if they’re having to send back any H1N1 vaccine.  There were quite a few recalled doses shipped to Indiana, and a few in Lexington.

There’s committee debate in the Indiana General Assembly today on a bill addressing lobbying and ethics. Rick will cover it.

Elizabeth will cover today’s United Way social innovation event.

Today on SOA…”Louisville’s Rock and Roll History”

Here’s what we’re working on today:

Stephanie will cover Rick Pitino‘s press conference.

There’s a dedication today for expanded facilities for the Cabbage Patch Settlement House. I’ll cover it.

I’ll also preview tomorrow’s PSC hearing on LG and E and KU’s request for a surcharge to cover the cost of purchasing wind energy.

Today on SOA…”Employers and OSHA”

We have a busy morning planned in the newsroom. I’m covering the first meeting of the zoning task force that will make a recommendation about whether Wayside can run a shelter downtown. I’ll post some updates.

Rick and I will be on State of Affairs at 1:00, along with Sarah Kelley, the soon-to-be editor of LEO.

Here’s what we’re working on today:

The Mayor met with business leaders this morning to discuss ways to create jobs and stimulate the economy.  There’s an announcement afterward and Stephanie will cover it.

There’s a demonstration outside Sen. McConnell’s office in favor of single-payer health plan. I’ll be there.

Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels has an availability today after his meeting with the board of the Indiana Economic Development Corporation. Rick will cover it.

We or our colleagues at KPR will cover today’s H1N1 tele-briefing by state health officials.

Today on SOA…”Kentucky’s Wine Industry”

Here’s what we’re working on today:

Stephanie will cover Governor Steve Beshear‘s speech to the Louisville

I’ll cover the 4:00 football announcement at U of L. Florida defensive coordinator Charlie Strong will be introduced to the athletic board of directors for approval.

I’ll also get something on the sharp increase of home sales in Louisville in November.

Rick will monitor the Metro Council Contracts/Appointments Committee meeting.

He’ll also keep an eye on this severe wind to report any disasters/outages.

Today’s SOA is timely…”What Did We Learn From the Ice Storm?”

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