October 19, 2011 - 4:34pm
Hillerich & Bradsby factory and museum
More than half of major league baseball players use Louisville Slugger, and our Hillerich & Bradsby bats have been used in every World Series since 1903.
The first game of baseball’s World Series will be played tonight in St. Louis, but the players on the Texas Rangers and Saint Louis Cardinals teams will all be using Louisville Slugger baseball bats, made right here on Main Street.  More than half of major league baseball players use...
October 14, 2011 - 9:23pm
Commander In Chief
If and when you discuss America's latest imperialistic war with your friends, be sure to let them know that you first heard about it on louisville.com.
President Obama started another war this week; but if you relied upon the local press for your news, you would have heard nothing about it.  According to Reuters dispatches, on Wednesday, Obama sent 100 American combat troops into the African country of Uganda, to fight on behalf of the...
October 13, 2011 - 6:18pm
Kentucky Senator Rand Paul
"Today you will hear stories that will chill you to the marrow. One man escaped from Communism in Hungary only to be thrown into jail in America when he cleaned up an illegal dump on land the government called wetland."
Sen. Rand Paul hosted a roundtable discussion yesterday, "PROPERTY WRONGS: A Discussion With the Victims of the U.S. Government's Assault on Private Property," to bring to light a few of many instances of overreach by the U.S. government, Environmental Protection Agency, Army Corps of...
November 7, 2011 - 3:45pm
People at Occupy Louisville
This article is a collection of largely uncut, unedited videos of interviews with people participating in Occupy Louisville. No one person speaks for the people occupying the public square at 6th and Jefferson, but each individual has their reasons for being there. Listen to what they have to say "in their own words".
For weeks, the Occupy Wall Street movement was frustrated by what seemed to be a news "blackout" by major media organizations. By last week, the movement had broken through to the point that it and the economic issues it brought back into public debate had become the number one story in...
October 12, 2011 - 8:22pm
Kentucky Secretary of State Elaine N. Walker
"What isn't private, is the need for all Kentuckians to be aware of the risks and treatments for breast cancer. Any cancer is frightening for anyone but this is the type that women most fear because it rocks who we are as women."
Kentucky Secretary of State Elaine N. Walker today publicly announced that she was diagnosed with breast cancer earlier this month.  Wearing a pink suit to mark October’s designation as Breast Cancer Awareness Month, she told reporters in her Capitol office that she would complete the...
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