Rand Paul's budget took Washington nowhere, but it will take us inside his head!
There are more than 1,000 Iraqi refugees living in Kentucky, and at least 700 of them live in Louisville. Not all are terrorists.
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.
A Wildcat legend will be competing tonight in game one for the NBA finals in Miami.
The NBA final four has kicked off, and although pro-basketball is a bit of a sore subject in the city of Louisville there is local connections to the two series that will lead to the championship games.
What's that? A Derby Week event for our inner Hillbilly? Say it ain't so!
The NFL draft kicks off on Thursday and with the draft, several local stars are potential pros
Last Monday the WNBA held their 2011 college draft, who's the local talent that we'll see in the pros next year though?
The Harbor Lawn has been packed every last Wednesday in the summer for years now, and with little surprise.
The whole anti-creationist argument might be best summed up by A.A. Gill, a London Sunday Times critic who said of the Creation Museum, “This place doesn’t just take on evolution; it squares off with geology, anthropology, paleontology, history, chemistry, astronomy, zoology, biology and good taste.
Dogged Dream Creations offers an opportunity for artists, poets, musicians and models to be involved with an upcoming show titled Poetry, Pop and Paint. That explores poetry and pop culture in several media.
The Louisville Cardinals and Kentucky Wildcats football teams have begun spring practice and both coaches are optomistic.