Andy Beshear, Matt Bevin land jabs at Kentucky Farm Bureau forum Wednesday, Jul 17 2019 

Gov. Matt Bevin and rival Andy Beshear squared off at a Kentucky Farm Bureau forum, and the candidates' dislike for each was on full display


SEC Network analyst Greg McElroy on Kentucky football: 'They're not going anywhere' Wednesday, Jul 17 2019 

The SEC Network analyst and former Alabama quarterback was on Mark Stoops' bandwagon early and isn't jumping off now.


Coming to a sideline near you: Meet our new Courier Journal sports reporter, David J. Kim Wednesday, Jul 17 2019 

Going from 4 a.m. kickoffs to Friday night lights, new Courier Journal sports reporter David J. Kim is living his dream.


Celebrating the life of the Champ: Family announces funeral, public viewing for Sweet Pea Whitaker Wednesday, Jul 17 2019 

A public funeral service will be held at Norfolk Scope on July 20.


Meet Your Metro Council Members – A LIBA Member Event (17 Jul 2019) Wednesday, Jul 17 2019 

Registration is still open but lunches are no longer available for purchase.

Meet Your Metro Council Members

Join us for our July Member Event at Launch Louisville where you can meet your metro council members!

Council members will hold a 30 minute panel discussion during lunch, and then you will have the opportunity to speak directly with them.

Council Members in Attendance

Councilman Rick Blackwell

Councilman Brandon Coan

Councilwoman Keisha Dorsey

Councilwoman Cindi Fowler

Councilman Mark Fox

Councilwoman Nicole George

Councilwoman Jessica Green

Councilman Bill Hollander

Councilwoman Paula McCraney

Councilman Pat Mulvihill

Councilman James Pedan

Councilwoman Barbara Sexton-Smith

Councilman Markus Winkler

The cost of lunch is $10 per person for a box lunch including sandwich or veggie wrap, pasta salad, chips and a cookie.  Lunch Orders are due by Friday, July 12th.

Lunch will be provided by Beha Catering.

(Lunch options include Ham, Turkey & Pimento Cheese Sandwiches or a Veggie Delight Wrap. Or you can bring your own lunch for no charge.)

Parking is available on Broadway and in a parking lot on Shelby Street near Makers Alley.  Those parking in the Shelby Street lot can enter Launch Louisville through the back entrance (from the alley).  Look for LIBA sign.

Special Thanks to our July Member Event Sponsor ~ 

Heine Brothers’ is a 100% fair trade and organic coffee roaster, with headquarters and coffee roastery in the Portland neighborhood of Louisville, KY. The company opened their first shop in October 1994 in the Highlands neighborhood, and currently has 17 Louisville-area locations. Heine Brothers’ is committed to operating responsibly and sustainably – donating to numerous community groups, buying locally and co-founding the world’s first fair-trade coffee buying cooperative. The company is dedicated to continuing to deliver remarkable coffee experiences while staying focused on making an impact in Louisville and around the world. For more information, please visit

Registration is still open but lunches are no longer available for purchase.

Louisville Burger Week 2019: Everything you need to know about $5 deals Wednesday, Jul 17 2019 

Burger Week will draw hardcore burger fanatics and people that can appreciate a good hearty meal.


New book chronicles life, love, loss and growing up biracial in Louisville Wednesday, Jul 17 2019 

Regina Mixon Bates grew up a biracial child in Louisville’s West End. She said she and her parents and younger brother faced racism and discrimination, as well as the constant feeling of not fitting in with either race. Then at age 7, her mother died suddenly. After losing her anchor and role model, Bates said […]

Louisville attorneys fight at courthouse, one injured, one arrested Wednesday, Jul 17 2019 

Attorney Lindsey Scott was charged with 2nd degree assault. He also went to the hospital with chest pains

Suspect charged in Glimmer Way homicide appears in court Wednesday, Jul 17 2019 

Christopher Johnson Jr. was booked into Metro Corrections on Tuesday.

One Louisville lawyer hits another with aerosol can in courthouse brawl, police say Wednesday, Jul 17 2019 

Attorneys James Moore and Lindsey Scott got into a fight at the Hall of Justice in downtown Louisville, a sheriff's office spokesman said.


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