1 Louisville's Tuesday night showdown against No.Radio: If you're in Louisville, you can listen to Tuesday's game on 840-WHAS, with Paul Rogers on play-by-play and analyst Bob Valvano.
Matthew Tommasini, 43, left from the 3000 block of Shallcross Way on Nov.He weighs 100 pounds and is 5 feet, 4 inches.
Now, Masters' company consults for projects at Fortune 500 companies, and she says joining the NGLCC changed her life.Her company was the first certified LGBT-owned business in Louisville, but soon that community may grow, with the help of the Louisville Metro Council.
ImpactMatters is an agency that rates nonprofits based on the impact of their program and tells donors exactly how their dollar will improve a life.Its website has also an "impact calculator," which shows what impact any dollar amount will have when given to a nonprofit.
23, there have been 785 confirmed flu cases for the 2019-20 influenza season, which runs from Sept.Of those cases, 149 — or nearly one-fifth — have been recorded in Jefferson County, with 91 being confirmed between Nov.
The "World's Best American Band," Louisville's White Reaper, will perform alongside Pearl Jam on its European summer tour at stops in Austria, Poland, Hungary, Switzerland and the Netherlands in July.The album title takes a more serious tone than that of the band's previous two releases, "White Reaper Does It Again" and "The World's Best American Band.
and the officers who arrived in the 1600 block of Dixie Highway found a man in his 20s who'd been shot "while inside an establishment.He had "at least one gunshot wound.
Still, many eventually endured the rain to tailgate and then watch the hyped rivalry matchup between Kentucky and Louisville, which Kentucky won 45-13 in front of 48,336 spectators.Everyone, though, was bundled up — from $5 UK ponchos sold at the game, to matching red rain jackets that a trio of Louisville fans wore.
During the week, Kentucky embraced the Governor's Cup rivalry against Louisville.Quarterback Lynn Bowden refused to acknowledge the word “Louisville,” Kentucky players weren’t allowed to wear any red, and defensive lineman Calvin Taylor guaranteed a victory.
Like Black Friday, the nationwide event on the last Saturday of November has grown to become a permanent fixture of the holiday shopping weekend.There, the Louisville Independent Business Alliance and other groups hosted a West Lou Celebration during the morning and afternoon that featured graduates of the W.
8 Louisville handed top-ranked Oregon its first loss of the season, getting 18 points and 15 rebounds from Kylee Shook in a 72-62 victory Saturday in the Paradise Jam tournament.The Ducks managed to close within six points twice, the last at 66-60 on Ionescu’s 3-pointer with 1:32 left.
Austin isn't exactly ancient history – the Blue Devils picked up two wins before Tuesday's shocker against the Lumberjacks.If you're Chris Mack, and you're spending your morning reading this column, you can start here.
Published 8:32 AM EST Dec 1, 2019
On Saturday, our football teams met for the annual Governor’s Cup.But off the field — in research labs, communities and cities, towns and centers across Kentucky — we are joined on a more important field of battle.
Technically, the Wildcats did not run the ball down the Cardinals’ throats in that the Cardinals were hard-pressed to lay a hand on Bowden, Chris Rodriguez and Co.“I definitely think it’s something that can work,” UK offensive tackle Landon Young said Saturday.
A Mustang was driving eastbound on Main Street when a white sedan traveling westbound crossed the center line and collided with the Mustang, Smiley said.The Mustang and Chrysler then struck three parked vehicles, while the sedan fled from the scene, Smiley said.
The detective did "not seem too worried" about the vehicle and eventually left the home after the DNA swabs were collected, Mike Knabel said.Earlier: Missing Louisville mother Andrea Knabel possibly seen in Jeffersonville
Andrea's other sister, Sarah, and Sarah's boyfriend had also been staying with Andrea at the mother's house to help renovate it, Mike Knabel previously said.
The seven-hour event in downtown Louisville features a parade, photos with Santa Claus, a holiday marketplace, live entertainment and — of course — the Christmas tree lighting.The massive 2019 Christmas Norway spruce was donated by Louisville native Janet Rodgers, who planted it on her property in 1999.