Utility company explains what happened and describes next steps after this week's water break.
If the "education professionals" running Louisville's public schools have done such a colossally poor job, perhaps it's time to let some amateurs take a whack at it.
Local news for July 15, 2011
Said Mayor Fischer: "It's the right thing to do."
Louisville has always had a love affair with the French.
Despite evidence that taxation promises to eclipse baseball as the National Pastime, this is still a wonderful country.
Local news for July 14, 2011
Green Building developer Gill Holland will interview the author of Power Trip: America's Love Affair with Energy at 7 p.m. tonight at the main branch of the Louisville Free Public Library.
Obama will then fall right into McConnell's little trap, and the dismal economy will become the definitive albatross hanging around the necks of the Democrats during the 2012 elections.
In laying out his "last resort" plan for dealing with the debt ceiling, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell [R-KY] finally made the call. "Houston, we have a problem."
Jefferson County Public Schools went begging again this year for community contributions to help purchase supplies for the upcoming school year.
President Obama, in his own words.