On July 7th, Ben Chandler voted for an anti-gay amendment to a Pentagon appropriations bill that only existed as a vehicle for homophobes to flex their political muscle.
Local news for July 11, 2011
Saying taxes kill jobs over and over doesn't make it any more true than saying the sky is green over and over. But that doesn't stop Mitch McConnell.
"This Sprint Cup race will draw more than 100,000 guests, millions of dollars in economic impact for Kentucky and a national television audience."
See what's behind this old house Saturday and Sunday 10am to 5pm.
Attorney Dorothy Sims was holding Casey Anthony's hand as her verdict was read to her this week. Dorothy Sims is the older sister of former Jefferson District Judge Benham J. Sims III of Louisville.
Local news for July 8, 2011
"This is turning out to be one of our best summers ever for this free movie series. If you have not been to Iroquois Park in awhile here is the perfect reason to come out and have some fun with the family."
Sen. Rand Paul says 'There is no reason we should ever default'
Mayor Greg Fischer announced today that Ford Motor Company is accepting applications to hire 1,800 new workers at the Louisville Assembly Plant on Fern Valley Road.
"We were confident that moving Medicaid from a mostly fee-for-service system to managed care would create significant savings, preventing unnecessary and devastating cuts to our priorities such as education and job creation. These contracts show the savings are real."
Officials from the University of Louisville are reporting that security has been heightened after an alleged threat was made to bring an armed weapon to the campus.