Sunday afternoon, motorcycles, trucks and various military vehicles took to Main Street as part of the second annual Veterans Day parade in celebration of Louisville's veterans.
Whether you're a Republican, Democrat, Libertarian or independent, there's something we all can agree upon: Fabulousness! Have a look at what some local personalities wore during Election 2012
The new Parkland Scholar House is set to ring a bell
“As a strong supporter of marriage equality, I am proud that President Obama has joined the millions of Americans committed to equal rights and fairness for all our citizens,” Yarmuth said. “This is a historic day for loving and committed gay and lesbian couples and their families across our country.”
“Looking back, it seems like there wasn’t anything Democrats, including the President, weren’t willing to promise in order to get this bill across the finish line. As then-Speaker Pelosi famously said, ‘We have to pass the bill so that you can find out what is in it.’”
"If the excitement and frenzy and turbulence that’s been stirred up in Kentucky this week could be harnessed... we could solve our energy crisis."
Congressman John Yarmuth is introducing legislation to end oil company subsidies and refund them to the American people.
The Humana festival officially begins this week and the authors have a lot to say.
The Escape is manufactured right here in Derby City at Ford’s massive Louisville Assembly Plant on Fern Valley Road, where full production of the new Escape begins next month. Anticipating sales in excess of the 254,000 Escapes sold last year, Ford predicts that almost 4,200 Louisville workers will be involved in the production of the SUV.
Mitch McConnell got some tough-love from Occupy Louisville, when the group protested his vote for the National Defense Authorization Act. Many believe the law effectively repeals the 4th, 5th, 6th, 8th, and 14th amendments to the U.S. Constitution.
"The Internet, as we know it, has had a profound impact on job creation, the global economy and prosperity. It has accelerated wealth creation and facilitated a more connected world. But the Internet's development is based on the free flow of information, innovation, and ideas, not central government control."
His paperwork is filed. John Yarmuth will run for a fourth term representing Kentucky's 3rd congressional district in the United States House of Representatives.
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