Shuffle, walk or run your way from the West End to the Muhammad Ali Center tomorrow morning!
A University of Louisville student's idea has developed into a 10k run/walk that may change the personality of Louisville for the better.
The Bluegrass State has always been a curious mixture of Southern sophistication and Northern charm. But we were disgracefully slow in shedding the vestiges of antebellum racial segregation.
"If you see Frazier, you tell him he's still a gorilla."
For the last few years countless people have converged at the Muhammad Ali Center- in this segment I take a closer look at the center as a whole.
Muhammad Ali has reportedly filed a lawsuit against the previous owners of his Louisville mansion for an undisclosed amount.
"(Her) devotion was evident from her active roles in the NAACP, the Louisville Urban League, as well as organizations she led, including those which empowered African Americans to exercise their most fundamental freedom at a time when it was unpopular and even dangerous to do so."
Locally, the city of Louisville has produced hall of famers in a vast array of areas, but what about professional boxing.
Muhammed Ali, boxing legend, and Louisville's most recognizable and photographed citizen, is now throwing a jab at Iran.
Free admission? Free candy? Game on.
Overshadowed by Muhammad Ali Jimmy Ellis is a hometown legend as well and his boxing status is the focus of our next Sports legends of the Ville.
Continuing to look at the great Louisville sports figures, let's take a few minutes to look at The Greatest