The Morning Cram [Marvin Hamlisch, Alcohol, Hay & Fire Safety Edition]

Aug 7, 2012

From NPR:  Composer Marvin Hamlisch has died. He was 68.

From Kentucky: Two Western Kentucky towns vote today on alcohol sales. Franklin Circuit Court has set Aug. 30 for a hearing in the case between Medi-Share and the Kentucky Department of Insurance. The agriculture commissioner has activated the state's hay hotline to help drought-plagued livestock farmers. Paducah's Planning Department takes applications for seven subsidized homes.  Slamonella's on the rise. A long-term cancer study seeks volunteers.

From Tennessee: The Clarksville-Montgomery County School System places a principal on administrative leave pending outcome of his DUI investigation.

From Illinois: A federal appeals court has denied former Gov. George Ryan early release from prison. Current Gov. Pat Quinn has signed four fire safety bills.