Kentucky Sports Radio’s Matt Jones To Host Fancy Farm Political Speaking

May 27, 2015

Jones will introduce the candidates and make remarks as the emcee of the 135th annual St. Jerome Catholic Church picnic that has become the premiere political event in the state. Read Story


Bevin, McConnell Joint Appearances Will Have to Wait

May 27, 2015

Kentucky Republicans waiting to see U.S. Sen. Mitch McConnell put his arm around his political nemesis Matt Bevin will have to wait a little longer. Read Story

Louisville’s July Fourth Festival Returning After Year-Long Hiatus

May 26, 2015

The announcement of the return of a free Fourth of July celebration comes just a day after Abbey Road on the River's organizer said the festival would leave Louisville after 2016. Read Story

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Louisville Cardinals Get Home Advantage For Baseball Tournament Opener

May 26, 2015

The Louisville Cardinals baseball team open play at home Friday against Morehead State in the NCAA Tournament. Read Story

Kentucky Should Do More to Put Foster Kids With Family, Report Says

May 26, 2015

Nearly 1,300 of the more than 7,000 kids in the foster care system are without the care and comfort of a family, according to the Kids Count report released earlier this month. Read Story

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Kentucky Earns ‘D’ Grade For Political Participation Among Women, Study Says

May 26, 2015

Kentucky ranks 46th out of 50 states for its number of women holding elected office in the state, according to the Status of Women report released this month by The Institute for Women's Policy Research. Read Story


Check Out Your Waterway’s Health With Kentucky’s New Water Health Portal

May 26, 2015

The recently launched portal was created after legislation passed the General Assembly in 2013, tasking the DOW with presenting the information included in the department’s biennial report to Congress in a more user-friendly format. Read Story

Abbey Road on the River Leaving Louisville in 2016

May 25, 2015

The founder and organizer of the Abbey Road on the River Beatles festival says next year's event will be the last one in Louisville. Read Story


Seniors in Kentucky Among Unhealthiest in the U.S., Report Says

May 25, 2015

The low ranking was attributed to a high prevalence of smoking, high premature death rates and a low percentage of dental visits. Read Story

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Wendy Whelan Gives Impeccable Hometown Dance Performance in Louisville

May 25, 2015

The Brown Theatre was packed on Saturday night as Louisvillians came out to support and enjoy native daughter Wendy Whelan in her groundbreaking four-duet program. Read Story

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Louisville’s Bike Share Program Probably Won’t Launch Until 2016

May 25, 2015

The Louisville bike share program was initially expected to start this summer. Read Story

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Kentucky Republicans’ ‘Unity Rally’ Packed With Intrigue

May 25, 2015

Republican candidates for governor are scheduled to attend a “unity rally” Saturday in Lexington intended to show solidarity with the party, and to mend wounds caused by the contentious—and not yet settled—gubernatorial primary race. Read Story


Federal Judge Says Colorado Coal Mine Permit Must Consider Greenhouse Gas Emissions. Could This Affect Kentucky?

May 24, 2015

A federal judge in Colorado has ruled the federal government should have taken the indirect environmental effects of expanding the Colowyo and Trapper coal mines into account before issuing a permit. Read Story


Here Are Recommendations From the Louisville Metro Police Staffing Study

May 23, 2015

Louisville Metro Police on Friday afternoon released the findings of a year-long study to determine if the department had enough officers. Read Story