February 7, 2012 - 10:00am
Keenan Burton's story is one of a work ethic and what that ethic can achieve- and it's that story that I look at in this Sports legends of the Ville segment.
In 2008 Keenan Burton became a wide receiver in the NFL when he was drafted to the St. Louis Rams. A dream realized for the young man who had worked so hard to reach that point Burton first came to the attention of local sports media outlets when proving himself a versatile and powerful talent out...
October 28, 2011 - 7:00am
Local news for Oct. 28, 2011
"The Louisville Metro Council unanimously approved a final redistricting map in Thursday night’s full council meeting. The ordinance will now head to Mayor Greg Fischer for final approval. Redistricting is required by state law every 10 years to see every district is fairly represented....
April 6, 2011 - 9:00am
Continuing with looking back at the sports legends of Louisville, let's take a look at an icon in America's past time.
The respected history between the city of Louisville and the sport of baseball is one that was cultivated by a plethora of individuals; and it’s those people that have made this bluegrass city so synonymous with America’s past time.
Few other cities are so closely aligned with a sport. Sure, Green...
March 10, 2011 - 9:35am
The Kentucky boys and girls state basketball tournaments continue right into the heart of March. So, who does Louisville have in the respective fields?
This month, Eastern high school seems to be a power house in the region. Producing the only native Kentuckian in the NBA’s All-Star game in current Celtic Rajon Rondo and now winning the regional basketball tournament, the Eagles seem to be on a hoops tear right in the heart of March.
July 29, 2012 - 7:04pm
Preview concert to benefit YPAS
Abbey Road on the River, the largest and longest-running Beatles tribute festival in North America, is coming to the Belvedere Memorial Day weekend, but Fab Four fans can get a taste as early as next month.