October 16, 2012 - 10:55am
Hundreds of barrel racing enthusiasts converge on Louisville's Freedom Hall for the IBRA National Finals this week. There are close to 1500 competitors who will be competing throughout this event. Competitor Carly Dolan shares photos with Louisville.com. UPDATE - Our photographer/competitor Carly Dolan and her Thoroughbred Catch Me If U Can are the new 2012 IBRA National Finals 4-D Champions. Congratulations to them.
Update 10/9/12 Carly Dolan and her Thoroughbred horse Catch Me If U Can are the new 2012 IBRA National Finals 4-D Champions. My daughter Carly Dolan is running her three horses in the Open Division of the International Barrel Racing Association (IBRA) National Finals in Louisville’s...
October 3, 2012 - 11:43am
Annual Brown-Forman Kidney Walk raises money for community programs and awareness education.
The Brown-Forman Kidney Walk, which took place at Waterfront Park on Sunday, hosted approximately 1,000 participants and raised over $130,000. Proceeds will be used by The National Kidney Foundation to deliver programs and services to the community, and to educate individuals on the...
September 28, 2012 - 2:46pm
Learn what the lyrics to U2’s “Bloody Sunday” really mean at the Louisville Irish Fest Irish History Talks.
If you’re heading to Louisville Irish Fest this weekend for a pint of Guinness, a Celtic concert, or a stroll through the various vendor booths, consider sticking around for a hefty dose of history as well. The 2012 Irish History Talks is one of many activities being held at the Fest, which...
December 18, 2013 - 9:51pm
How a mother of 3 Autistic children is using her story to inspire others and spread awareness.
At first glance, Jennifer Adams-Tucker’s family looks pretty standard- a mom, a dad, two girls, and two boys.
October 3, 2012 - 11:47am
For Rob and Karen Waddell and their four kids, Saturday’s Brown-Forman Kidney Walk means more than a walk in the park.
The Brown-Forman Kidney Walk takes place at Waterfront Park this Sunday, September 30, but for Rob and Karen Waddell and their four kids, Sunday’s event means more than a walk in the park. At the age of 11, Rob Waddell and his siblings were tested for kidney disease due to their mother...