The second-favorite team of many University of Louisville men’s basketball fans is usually whoever Kentucky is playing. This weekend, though, we think Cardinals fans should put their Big Blue bias aside and actually root for the Wildcats in the Final Four.
Three of the most ridiculous laws made in Kentucky.
Here are this week's Jefferson County High School Football Power Rankings.
And don't step on our feet either.
Louisville produced 13 out of 45 seniors!
It's already pegged as "Basketball Armageddon": Kentucky and Louisville meeting in the Final Four. The entire nation is about to get a peek at the hatred that will tear apart the state for one afternoon.
One night a year, people just give away candy. But which night?
This meeting could just as well be held in City Hall's third floor men's room; nobody is expected to show up to speak. Nobody cares. Few even understand why the Jefferson County Magisterial Districts need to be reapportioned at all.
Jefferson County and the Crescent Hill landmark establishment hope to help many area kids find a permanent home this week.
Live election updates of Louisville-area races from the Jefferson County Clerk's Office on Barret Ave. These unofficial but final for tonight results only reflect voting in Jefferson County. Updated 9:18 p.m. EDT.
It’s that time of year, and the general election is right around the corner, November 2, 2010. Do you know where your polling location is and which representatives you’re voting for? If not, don’t be discouraged; let me show you how and where.
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