Albarado was originally charged with intentionally assaulting his former girlfriend, Carolina Martinez, but the jury of three women and three men convicted him of a lesser charge, after deliberating for more than five hours.
“We want everyone to be able to share and enjoy Louisville’s tremendous parks and strong quality of life regardless of where they live or their physical abilities,” Fischer said. “So, it’s an honor for us to continue partnering with the DREAM Foundation to make possible these great playgrounds where children can play together, regardless of their level of ability.”
Copyright trolls attempt to game the legal process, using improper claims and procedures to pressure alleged copyright infringers into settling lawsuits against them even where they have legitimate defenses.
“This golf special is a great affordable way for people to introduce the young women in their families – daughters, granddaughters, nieces, cousins, younger siblings – to the game of golf,” said Metro Parks Director Mike Heitz. “We are pleased to provide this opportunity the whole family can enjoy.”
“Out of Frame” is a psychological thriller that offers a voyeuristic view into the life of an art photographer Damien Drake. Louisville viewers will recognize locales such as the Glassworks and Tim Faulkner’s Gallery.
Louisville’s Neighborhood Place provides one-stop centers which bring together health care, education, employment and social services at eight locations across the community.
Local vendors will be on hand with a variety of food options, and people are encouraged to bring a chair or blanket to enjoy the show. The event is open to the public, family friendly, and free.
“I was so nervous, I kept trying to tell myself it’s just another race, and I have some world-class competitors next to me and they’re going to take me to a fast time.”
“Educators have long known that reading over summer vacation leads to improved performance when school resumes, and fosters a lifelong love of reading,” said Mrs. Beshear. “My books for this list include some summer-themed selections and many tales of friendship, mystery, adventure and self-discovery.”
Louisville Metro Animal Services (LMAS) is offering tips for pet owners to help keep their pets safe from the region’s first scorching heat-wave.
“Providing meaningful jobs for our young people is one of the most important steps we can take as a community. It can change the future of that young person – and it’s also critically important to our city’s future. We are very grateful to everyone who has helped make this summer jobs program a success this year.”
There will be food from Mike Linnig's, Ron's Hot Dogs, and Ehrlers Ice Cream. Music will be provided by Louisville’s favorite band, The Monarchs, along with appearances by 31W and Ode 2 the Gnu.