From the first ever Emergency Room to the first ever hand transplant, we're leading the way in medical advances.
A look at how the two former University of Louisville stars, Angel McCoughtry and Shoni Schimmel, who are now standouts for the Dream, did in the fifth week of the WNBA season.
BBQ, Poorcastle and Homearama – Louisville’s got all the summer fun you need this weekend.
Louisville native Libby Stout, a Manual High School graduate, is in her second season as a goalie for the Liverpool Ladies Football Club, a professional team in England’s top league, the Women’s Super. She could be a potential replacement for Hope Solo when she hangs up her cleats.
How couples are planning by using Pinterest, organizing via custom websites and preserving memories of the big day with hashtags.
A conversation with wedding planner Carol Grisanti.
Donna Brown is the marketing director at Ladyfingers Catering. The company caters over 200 weddings each year at venues all over Louisville.
As thousands of students traveled to Louisville for the conference, many had the chance to learn how they could make a global impact on those in need.
Zanne Koehne is a wedding officiant, ordained through the Universal Life Church. She’s officiated more traditional ceremonies, but her favorite wedding was Elvis-themed.
A half-century after her death, Henrietta Bingham’s story finally comes out from the shadows in a relative’s new book.
Last week the Supreme Court ruled in favor of Marriage Equality in the United States, a decision that has been both celebrated and chastised. We thought we'd see what Louisvillians were thinking on the subject.
"I want all my diners to feel special and important. That will be the main focus for me at Fond.”