The man who created two of America's seminal TV comedies died early this morning. Sherwood Schwartz not only created The Brady Bunch and Gilligan's Island, but he also wrote the undeniably hummable theme songs.
A team of state officials will soon meet with Kentucky Speedway representatives to discuss next year’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Race. Gridlock Saturday meant thousands of ticket holders didn’t see the race. Governor Steve Beshear says his team will get together in the next few days. “I think everyone anticipated that we would have some problems. Obviously nobody anticipated that the parking situation would end up creating the problem that it did,” said Beshear
Doctors say the latest recipient of a hand transplant at Louisville’s Jewish Hospital is recovering and being prepared for physical therapy. Donnie Rickelman of Linton, Indiana, about a two hour drive northwest of Louisville, received a new left hand Sunday. Rickelman’s left hand was partially amputated in a factory accident 13 years ago. The mishap with a steel splitter also crushed his right hand. The transplanted left hand, from an anonymous donor, also came from Indiana.
If you're hospitalized, here's hoping you won't need any succinylcholine, a muscle relaxant; epinephrine in a syringe for severe allergic reactions; or emergency-use syringes of lidocaine for irregular heartbeats.
All three of those drugs are high on the list of drugs experiencing shortages.
Several politicians in recent weeks have called on the federal government to reimburse the City of Bowling Green for potential costs incurred should the trials of two suspected terrorists be held here. However, a statement released by the U.S. Department of Justice to the Daily News Tuesday morning reveals such calls might be unnecessary. “The federal government bears the costs of federal prosecutions and covers the bulk of expenses related to security,” said Dean Boyd, spokesman for the Department of Justice.
One of the more stunning details that came out of the nighttime raid that killed Osama bin Laden in early May, was when the president's top counterterrorism official, John Brennan, said all the evidence that hinted bin Laden lived in that Abbottabad compound was circumstantial.