Mayor Fischer proposes a $712 million budget for Louisville, with no new taxes.
Around 11:30 this morning, the Courier-Journal posted a link to a "Live Video: Abbey Road on the River preview concert." Sounds ordinary. Not so much.
Local news for May 26, 2011
Everywhere you look, Oprah Winfrey's TV show finale is making headlines.
Local news for May 25, 2011
Muhammed Ali, boxing legend, and Louisville's most recognizable and photographed citizen, is now throwing a jab at Iran.
The 3rd annual Buy Local 1st Fair was a hit! The fair was filled with one-of-a-kind artwork and a variety of great beer. What's not to like?
Local news for May 23, 2011
As you've heard, Allan Cowen is out as CEO of the Fund for the Arts.
"Your appearance is a portrayal of you. As an artist, I choose to make things that make people feel proud and confident. That's what draws me to fashion."
Tuscaloosa, AL., looks like a bomb has gone off in the center of town. There are stories of survival, hope and how Americans, that are willing can help with the recovery effort in this area.
"Macho Man" Randy Savage, ex-husband of Louisville-born "Miss Elizabeth" dies.