The 2013 iteration of the Kentuckiana Pride Festival held court at The Belvedere over the weekend, bringing new faces and new events to the annual gathering of Louisville's LGBTQ community.
Louisville's soccer teams are getting a major upgrade in the form of a new state of the art stadium.
The program, Summer Boost, is fostering reading skills success this summer.
Louisville's football caravan kicks off tonight with several upcoming stops along the road.
The Cards pigskin efforts are really starting to heat up, as they began to prep for pre-season.
Friday, May 10 is National Astonomy Day. Enjoy a discounted rate ($5 per person) at UL planetarium and let your kids search the stars over Louisville and try to win a telescope.
Card Nation chanted "one more year" and Russ obliged.
The University of Louisville will play one season in the American Athletic Conference in the aftermath of the conference shake-ups
Monday afternoon, the South Fourth District officially opened for business with a block party and ribbon-cutting ceremony held in its honor.
Much to the shock of many the Louisville Cardinals made it to the NCAA women's championship game; despite coming up short against UConn; the team seems poised to do something really special in upcoming years.
The Mayor announces a city parade and other festivities to celebrate the UofL Men's Basketball National Championship.
First a Sugar Bowl and now an NCAA Men's Championship. Life's good for the University of Louisville.