Louisville news: Above the law edition [News roundup]

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  • Damn you, Richard Marx!: HullabaLOU ticket sales are underwhelming. [WFPL]
  • Pardon me!: Rand Paul, who created his own accreditation board after he was turned down by the standard one, says he would have pardoned himself were he former governor Ernie Fletcher. [AP/Courier-Journal]
  • Possibility slipping: According to the U.S. Census Bureau, Louisville is now the 29th largest city in the U.S. Guess Mayor Jerry’s going to have to re-record that video that plays at the airport. [Business First]
  • Dueling politicos: Speaking of mayors, Messrs. Heiner and Fischer debate, talk sprawl, gambling, bridges…the usual. [WAVE]
  • Oil spill, Louisville style: No word whether there was a BP station nearby in yesterday’s vegetable oil-related incident. [WHAS]
  • In case you missed it: In a Keystone Kops: Crescent Hill episode, a handcuffed woman eludes police three times on the way to jail. [WHAS]
  • Thieves do foot by night: Equipment stolen from Kentucky Shakespeare Company. [Louisville.com]

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