Football was on the bar screens and UofL sports milestones marked the walls of the Cardinal Hall of Fame Cafe, but, just down the road, UofL Director of Athletics Vince Tyra was preparing to appear on TV to explain why Sunday will mark a new chapter in Cards history.
Louisville native Charles Farmer, 95, fought bloody battles in the Pacific during World War II. He’s just starting to tell those stories—stories which have inspired his family to fight for some long overdue recognition.
Kentucky Department of Education Commissioner Dr. Wayne Lewis visited Balling for a Cause Saturday afternoon to talk about the importance of education. Lewis told the kids to think about the decisions they make in and out of school.
The Family Scholar House reaches a variety of people in WAVE Country by working to end the cycle of poverty and empower families. And Friday, with help from the Humana Foundation, the organization announced the HEROES Program.
Sergeant Ron Helus, a member of the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office, was one of the 12 victims in Wednesday's mass shooting in California. Two detectives in Louisville for a conference said Helus had been a friend for decades.
Over one thousand people have signed a petition in support of a Louisville Male High School sophomore who was suspended last week. In addition, nearly two dozen people have written letters to the school.
Just days before the Mayoral election, there is new criticism of current Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer for including a convicted felon and alleged drug dealer in his campaign ad in which he touts crime is down.
It's a political race that's not normally the source of controversy--until recent months. The Jefferson County Property Valuation Administrator--or PVA--Office has been surrounded by a state investigation, accusations and a fight with Governor Matt Bevin.