Dana Jackson, executive director of Network Center for Community Change says foreclosures in Louisville are, "Leeching resources from our community."
Gone are the days when coloring books and the occasional action-adventure movie were the closest you could get to dinosaurs! The Louisville Zoo is offering you and your family the opportunity to come face-to-face with the most lifelike replicas of these fearsome creatures from the past, starting at the end of this month.
Spring Practice starts today for the Louisville Cardinals football team starts today. You have three chances to view the Cardinals. Click here to find out.
“I couldn’t be more excited about this opportunity to lead the Louisville Metro Police Department. It is an incredible organization filled with men and women who are willing to do what it takes to make our community safer. I am truly honored to have the opportunity to work with them again.”
Our president and Kentucky’s senior senator are locked in a fierce battle that has nothing to do with bailouts or raising the debt ceiling. They are in a bracket war.
Congressman John Yarmuth is introducing legislation to end oil company subsidies and refund them to the American people.
Kentucky's employment picture is getting better but still has a long way to go.
Autocross is a motorsport that consists of individual timed runs through a course laid out on a concrete or asphalt surface. The objective is for the driver to drive through the course as fast as possible without missing any gates or hitting any cones.
Our nominee for greatest Irish ballad is “Mother Machree,” written in 1910 by Chauncey Olcott and Ernest R. Ball, with lyrics by Rida Johnson Young. If, after a couple of Bushmills, this tune fails to bring a tear to your eye, you are not a true son of Erin.
All girls who have lost so much in the March 2 tornadoes can come to the Clark County 4H Fairgrounds located in Charlestown, Indiana, and get a prom dress to wear on their special prom night. Huge selection of dresses have been donated for this cause.
Plutarch tells us that Caesar was stabbed in the forum; although he does not explain how a wound in that area could have been fatal. There is reason to believe that Caesar was also wounded in the fracas.
The Kentucky legislature is taking a close look at the death penalty.