November 11, 2011 - 4:00pm
"This special observance is the least we can do to honor the dedication and service that our military veterans have made and continue to make every day."
As Mayor Greg Fischer predicted, Louisville's first Veteran's Day parade since the end of World War II today went a long way to honor the service and sacrifices of our military veterans. “We felt like it was a great opportunity to say thank you, said Mayor Fischer, who reminded...
November 11, 2011 - 1:50pm
Chief Mayer has been a mentor to countless police officers throughout Kentucky. He has been an ethical and moral leader and he continues to set high standards for others to follow. He has clearly earned the respect and admiration of his officers and community.
Scott Brunner, Assistant Special Agent in Charge of the Kentucky Office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, announced the recipient of the 2011 FBI Director’s Community Leadership Award. Brunner presented with the award Tuesday evening to Chief Norman Mayer, of Louisville, Kentucky...
November 9, 2011 - 4:57pm
"Businesses are free to invest and grow on the Internet, safe in the knowledge that consumers and technology will determine their fate, not the whims of Washington regulators."
A contentious debate boiled over in the U.S. Senate Wednesday, with Kentucky’s senior senator, Republican Leader Mitch McConnell taking the lead in support of a resolution to throw out the Obama administration's "net neutrality" rules before they go into effect November 20.
November 8, 2011 - 10:58pm
"If you see Frazier, you tell him he's still a gorilla."
Our local newspaper ran a maudlin article today on the death of champion prizefighter Joe Frazier: Muhammad Ali says he'll remember Joe Frazier with respect. In what passes nowadays for mainstream journalism, Associated Press Sports Writer Mike Fitzpatrick reported: “...
November 8, 2011 - 9:59am
David Williams' colossal failure as a candidate cut across every demographic segment in Kentucky. Over a fifth of tea party voters say they will reject him today and vote for Democrat Steve Beshear. Republicans can't blame their mess on Gatewood Galbraith splitting the vote, either. If anything, Galbraith may pull more votes from Beshear than Williams.
SurveyUSA's latest poll on the Kentucky race for Governor shows what a total and complete failure David Williams has been as a candidate, on every level. Having swept every state-wide election in recent history, with the exception of the last race for governor, in which their incumbent was...