Gertrude Ganote was one of 600 athletes to play in the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League of the 1940's-50's; this is her story.
The Louisville Bats were back to setting season highs Monday night as they set a season-high with 19 hits en route to a 9-2 win.
The overnight family campout at Jefferson Memorial Forest supports the national effort to raise awareness of the benefits of camping as a way to connect people with nature.
Pug enthusiasts enter their furry friends in the Kentuckiana Pug Rescue's 2013 Calendar Contest.
The Franklin College professor discusses local revolutionary, William Taylor Stott, in his new book highlighting Stott’s Civil War diaries. Catch ‘For Duty and Destiny’ at The Filson Historical Society this Wednesday, June 20th, at 6pm
Action! Adventure! Intrigue! Danny DeVito!
Telling the true story of a murderous controversy in Carthage, Texas.
Rick Wilson is a legend in the history of University of Louisville basketball and for good reason.
The Louisville Bats couldn't quite dig out of an early hole as they fell to the Rochester Red Wings 7-4 on Father's Day.
Kentuckiana Pride Festival highlights Habitat For Humanity, Habitat ReStore,Center Stage, PFlag Louisville and the Human Rights Campaign.
Here it is Bats fan, YOUR Bats Sunday Notebook.
The Bats scored a season-high 11 runs Saturday night as they cruised past the Rochester Red Wings 11-5.