Morning Cram
9:11 am
Mon October 1, 2012

The Morning Cram [Supreme Court edition]

From NPR: High Court Preps For Another Headline-Making Term.

From Kentucky: Department for Local Government Commission Tony Wilder says shutting down Sturgis water plant is a good economic decision.  Mark Blankenship continues efforts to reach a plea bargain for Murray State basketball player Zaveral “Zay” Jackson. 

A 10th District House seat candidate admits making a mistake when he asked the Earlington city clerk to send an email regarding his campaign rally. Two Hopkinsville men are found guilty of a murder committed in 2008. The Democratic Attorneys General Association names Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway as its co-chairman. This year's drought leaves corn fields too low for corn mazes.

From Tennessee: A Clarksville semiconductor company plans to begin production of a critical part for solar panels in 2013.