There are more than 1,000 Iraqi refugees living in Kentucky, and at least 700 of them live in Louisville. Not all are terrorists.
LouBrew is a proposed nanobrewery looking to open here in Louisville...check out the article and show them some love.
Just after 11 o'clock this morning, Mayor Greg Fischer and Kentuckiana governors announced cost-saving alternatives for the proposed Ohio River Bridges Project plans.
The Wheels of Justice will be grinding a little faster (if not necessarily finer) in Jefferson County, starting in August.
Local news for June 1, 2011
Senator McConnell knows that using the debt ceiling to cut federal spending would be like sewing your lips together to lose weight. It can't happen.
This two-day event, which starts in beautiful Springfield, Ky., is one of the nation's largest fundraisers, taking place in over 100 markets nationwide.
The Obama administration wants to put a data recorder under the hood of every car. Change you can believe in?
Louisville.com is hiking up its knickers and wading into political coverage, focusing on Kentucky and Louisville, but delving into national and international affairs when there's a local connection. A combination of politics, news, and opinion, this section will be called The Arena.
Local news for May 31, 2011
Metro Council starting budget review process. How painful will the proposed cuts be?
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