"What isn't private, is the need for all Kentuckians to be aware of the risks and treatments for breast cancer. Any cancer is frightening for anyone but this is the type that women most fear because it rocks who we are as women."
Muhammad Ali has reportedly filed a lawsuit against the previous owners of his Louisville mansion for an undisclosed amount.
Local news for Oct. 12, 2011
"There's really only one thing you need to know about the first stimulus to oppose this second one, and it's this: $825 billion later, there are 1.5 million fewer jobs in this country than there were when the first stimulus was signed. That's the clearest proof it was a monstrous failure. And it's the surest proof we have that those who support this second stimulus are not doing so to create jobs... Why on earth would you support an approach that we already know won't work?"
Local news for Oct. 11, 2011
"When a victim is being threatened with abuse, time can be everything," said Mayor Greg Fischer. "This new electronic system is vastly more efficient and is a huge step forward for public safety in our city."
The slogan "Keep Louisville Weird" is just right for our little town on banks of the Ohio.
To vote, you need to register, and the deadline to register to vote for the first time, make an address change to a previously registered voter, change political party affiliation or update a name is Tuesday, October 11, 2011.
Day three of Occupy Louisville began with some 30 citizens waking up on The Belvedere after having spent the night outside to keep the "occupation" continuous. There are no actual demands yet, but the leaderless group has managed to develop a process for self-governance, gotten donations of food, water, and other necessities, and set up a website. In other words... they are well on their way to their goal of creating a protest that, like others in New York, Boston, and nearly every large city in the country, will continue on "until their one demand is met"... whatever that one demand ultimately turns out to be.
Local news for Oct. 7, 2011
Norb was a grassroots political organizer, par excellence. He knew more about the down-and-dirty art of precinct politics than anyone I ever met.
The sixth annual Mayor's Healthy Hometown Hike takes place in the wild beauty of Jefferson Memorial Forest and boasts much more than just a walk in the woods.