After almost 10 years, Louisville chef is stepping away from this popular NuLu restaurant Monday, Mar 8 2021 

After almost 10 years in business, chef Annie Pettry is stepping away from Decca, the Mediterranean-inspired spot in NuLu, she announced Monday.


Pepé Le Pew won’t be in ‘Space Jam 2,’ or possibly any future Warner Bros. TV projects Monday, Mar 8 2021 

A controversy regarding 'rape culture' surrounding the Looney Toons skunk surfaced after a New York Times opinion piece was critical of the character.


Crumbl Cookies Louisville Monday, Mar 8 2021 

Crumbl Cookies is opening in Louisville, Kentucky You know you love cookies! We are so excited for this bakery to open and we can try all of their cookie flavors.  Crumbl Cookies Louisville is located at 12949 Shelbyville Road in Middletown. It will open on March 11 but on March 12 it is FREE COOKIE DAY starting at 8am! We love [...]

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Jones, Johnson, Withers Earn All-ACC Honors Monday, Mar 8 2021 

By Kenny Klein–

Three University of Louisville men’s basketball student-athletes have received postseason recognition in the Atlantic Coast Conference for their accomplishments this season.

Graduate guard Carlik Jones was honored as a first team 2020-21 All-ACC selection, sophomore guard David Johnson earned honorable mention All-ACC honors, and freshman forward Jae’Lyn Withers was chosen as a member of the ACC All-Freshman team in a vote of media and league coaches.

Jones is only the third Cardinal to earn first team honors in Louisville’s seven years in the ACC, joining Jordan Nwora (2020) and Donovan Mitchell (2017).  Jones received the third-highest votes and finished tied for second in the conference player of the year vote.

Jones is the only player in the ACC to rank among the top five in scoring (17.0 ppg, 5th in the ACC), assists (4.6 apg, 3rd), assists/turnovers ratio (2.16, 3rd) and free throw percentage (.826, 3rd). He has 100 career double-figure scoring efforts, including 40 of his last 41 games (17 of his 18 at Louisville). He is the first person in UofL history to reach double figures in his first 17 games at Louisville.

It is Johnson’s first all-conference honor and with Jones’ selection, the pair matches Jordan Nwora’s All-ACC first team and Dwayne Sutton’s honorable mention selections from last year.  Johnson is the only player in the ACC among the top 25 in both rebounding and assists, averaging 12.6 points, 3.3 assists (11th in the ACC) and 5.5 rebounds (25th).  He has nearly doubled his scoring and rebounding averages from a year ago and has buried six times his number of three-pointers from last season (team leading 30-of-79 threes this year, .380).

Withers is the first Louisville freshman to be named to the conference All-Freshman team in the Cardinals’ seven years in the ACC and he is the first Cardinal to receive a similar honor since Chane Behanan was named to the Big East All-Rookie team in 2012.

Withers is the leading freshman rebounder in the ACC for all games (7.9 per game, 6th overall) and in conference only games (8.4, 3rd overall).  After redshirting last season, Withers is averaging 10.2 points while shooting a team-best 56 percent from the field.  The only player to start every game this season for the Cardinals, he has averaged 13.3 points and 9.3 rebounds over the last three games.

Louisville (13-6, 8-5 ACC) will enter the 2021 ACC Tournament as the number six seed and play on Wednesday at 7 p.m. against the winner of Tuesday’s game between Duke and Boston College. The complete bracket is available here (PDF).

Story and Photo Courtesy of GoCards

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Indiana group asks US Supreme Court to hear mail voting suit Monday, Mar 8 2021 

The group sued Indiana election officials last year, seeking a court order to extend the no-excuse mail-in balloting.

Masks, assigned seats: JCPS releases Bus Finder, transportation protocols Monday, Mar 8 2021 

Elementary students start in-person learning Wednesday, March 17, while middle and high schoolers will head back to the classroom beginning April 5.


‘Every route covered’ at JCPS as bus drivers prepare for schools reopening next week Monday, Mar 8 2021 

After nearly a year away from the driver’s seat, Jefferson County Public Schools bus driver R.W. Fawbush is ready to get back behind the wheel once classrooms in Kentucky’s largest school district start reopening next week.

Charges against Kenneth Walker permanently dismissed Monday, Mar 8 2021 

Walker was charged with assault and attempted murder of a police officer after he shot LMPD Sgt. Jonathon Mattingly the night police entered Taylor's apartment


Federal investigation into Breonna Taylor’s death could be finished by May, 2X says Monday, Mar 8 2021 

Christopher 2X said the FBI informed him this weekend that their investigations could take 12-16 months, meaning it could end from May to September 2021.


Tyler Perry mentioned as unsung hero in royal couple’s escape to America Monday, Mar 8 2021 

Perry offered his home and security for Meghan Markle, Prince Harry and their infant son when they came to the United States.


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