S. Ind. leaders decry cuts to homeless funding Tuesday, May 24 2016 

Louisville homeless service agencies aren't the only local groups suffering from cuts in U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development funding.


Police: Man tied up woman, killed her father Tuesday, May 24 2016 

Christian Cobert, 28, of Jeffersontown, is facing charges of murder, kidnapping, assault, wanton endangerment, tampering with physical evidence and robbery.


Water work group violated open meetings law Tuesday, May 24 2016 

Group assembled to assess lead-safety issues cannot hold meetings by telephone, Kentucky attorney general determines.


Insider: Ind. can’t waste time on divisive issues Tuesday, May 24 2016 

This political season, one business insider says "It’s better to use our collective effort to figure out how to bind the sectors than to waste our time on divisive issues."


Exhibit at Kaviar Forge & Gallery explores mental health through art Tuesday, May 24 2016 


The idea of artists as tortured souls is not a new construct, and certainly art and mental illness have been tied together since long before van Gogh cut off his ear. Of course not every artist is tortured, and not everyone with mental illness is an artist. Art, however, allows people to express their inner thoughts, desires and […]

Indiana’s 1st feticide conviction nets appeal Tuesday, May 24 2016 

The fate of a Northern Indiana woman sentenced to serve 20 years in prison in connection with the end of her own pregnancy is now in the hands of the Indiana Court of Appeals.


Confederate statue to be removed at U of L Tuesday, May 24 2016 

Mayor Greg Fischer and University of Louisville President James Ramsey announced Friday they are removing the 121-year-old Confederate monument on the Belknap campus.


City fires back on Confederate monument Tuesday, May 24 2016 

The city tries to dissolve judge’s restraining order halting relocation of a controversial Confederate statue.


Celebrate Memorial Day with Whiskey and Warbirds at Bowman Field May 25 Tuesday, May 24 2016 

Go to Bowman Field for Memorial Day and celebrate the holiday the right way: with whiskey and warbirds. You’ll be at the Vintage Warbirds Hangar, and you’ll be treated to cocktails from Old Forester. Isn’t that enough reason to celebrate Memorial Day? Wings and Whiskey What’s a Memorial Day celebration without chicken wings? Momma’s BBQ will provide the eats, and Old Forester will provide the drinks. Old Forester was the first bottled bourbon, so this brand has a long history in Kentucky. Taste some of the newly-released bourbons while you’re here, which includes an Original Batch from 1870 that you won’t want to miss. Bowman Field for Memorial Day Enjoy a delicious cocktail before you enter to win a door prize, and enjoy a day of looking at old planes. This is a men-only event for guys who want to be men -- which obviously involves a lot of burping and swapping tall tales. Be at Bowman Field from 5:30 to 7:30 for warbirds, wings, whiskey and all sorts of other fun stuff. Tickets to the event cost $20. Around the Greens in Seneca Gardens Before you visit the concrete and steel at Bowman Field with the boys, take the family to Seneca Gardens for a little green. This neighborhood is right next to the Seneca Golf Course, one of Louisville's prettiest outdoor places. Cherokee Park and the famous Highlands are nearby, which means you've probably driven past Seneca Gardens before on your way to some exciting event. Take a quiet walk through this neighborhood to enjoy a different kind of thrill. Seneca Gardens was once an historic farmstead, and the soil is still rich beneath the rolling hills. The homes here are built in traditional, classic brick designs with southern-style architecture. Many of the homes have basements, garages and big extra spaces that growing families need. The timeless look of Seneca Gardens is a picture-perfect setting for any family walk, but be warned. Any family is bound to fall in love with the houses here. Visit the Gardens and the Field this May, and celebrate the beautiful history of Louisville. To learn about other fun things to do in the Louisville area, please visit the website of the Joe Hayden Real Estate Team.

The Zombies invading Abbey Road on the River Tuesday, May 24 2016 

The Zombies are invading Abbey Road on the River with new music and old favorites.


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