Thousands show support for community members with Down syndrome at Steps to Independence Walk Saturday, Sep 28 2019 

Down Syndrome of Louisville provides various support services to those with Down syndrome and helps promote independence.

Nulu Festival returns for 11th year in downtown Louisville Saturday, Sep 28 2019 

The street festival brought visitors from all around to East Market Street for a full day of live local music, vendors, food and family friendly activities.

‘Bullied by Bevin’ picnic hosted by Republican senator in Louisville Saturday, Sep 28 2019 

The goal of the picnic was to "restore civility to public service."

Kentucky sheriff’s lieutenant stole Christmas decorations in shoplifting case, police say Saturday, Sep 28 2019 

Nelson County Sheriff Ramon Pineiroa said in a news release he was made aware Friday evening of the arrest of Lt. Kaelen P. Matthews


TwinSpires player wins massive $2M payout from $230 bet Saturday, Sep 28 2019 

The better placed the wager using the TwinSpires app and won one of the biggest payouts in TwinSpires history.

Legendary Mexican crooner José José dies from cancer Saturday, Sep 28 2019 

Known as the 'Prince of Song,' the singer known for love songs died in Florida at 71.


Man pleads guilty to providing gun used in deputy’s killing Saturday, Sep 28 2019 

Twenty-three-year-old John Ball pleaded guilty Friday in Boone County to five drug-related charges and a charge of providing a firearm to an ineligible person.


‘The Disney World of education’: How this Kentucky school uses a slide to promote learning Saturday, Sep 28 2019 

Eminence Independent Schools in rural Kentucky is home to Edhub, an unconventional space that's attracted national attention.


Friday Night Rewind: Trinity-St. Xavier news and notes plus this week’s top 10 teams Saturday, Sep 28 2019 

Trinity coach Bob Beatty said his team got a boost from Friday morning's pep assembly at the school, a big change from last year


Cards Prevail in 5 sets to Open Conference Play Saturday, Sep 28 2019 

The Cards moved to (8-3) (1-0) on the season against ACC opponent, NC State in Conference opener. Melanie McHenry led the way with 29 Kills while teammate Aiko Jones added 15 Kills of her own and led the Cards with 3 Aces. Tori Dilfer led the Cards with a career tying high of 54 Assists.

The Cards went out in the first set and had a back and forth battle with NC State. With NC State up 21-20 the Cards used their first timeout. Melanie McHenry led Louisville out of the break with 1 of her 29 kills. Anna Stevenson had a kill to put the Cards up 25-24 but could Louisville never got up by two to steal the set. After a back and forth NC State took the first set 30-28.

Louisville found slight separation going up 7-5 with a kill by Emily Scott. With NC State battling back the Cards found a way to separate themselves with a 13-10 lead. With back to back kills from McHenry and Scott to go up 15-10 the Cards never looked back. Just giving up two more points to NC State before Scott finished it off with another kill taking the set 25-12.

14 ties in the third set and it looked like Louisville was going to take the set with a kill by McHenry to go up 21-18. But a kill by Scott to make it a 25-24 Cardinals lead would be their last point as NC State would take the next three and win the third set 27-24.

The Cards refused to go out in 4 sets in front of their home crowd. With an early back and forth Louisville put on for the fans. With the score tied 15-15 Louisville refused to see another tie after a kill from Anna Stevenson put them up 16-15 With back to back kills with fresh off the bench Aiko Jones the Cards jumped up 18-15 before taking the set with, yet another, kill from Melanie McHenry.

The Cards took care of business in the deciding fifth set. A kill by Claire Chaussee would be the last one of the night as it gave the Cards a 12-8 lead over NC State. With an attack error by NC States Melissa Evans, the Cards closed out it’s ACC opener in front of their home crowd.

Louisville looks to go (2-0) in ACC play this Sunday against the Tar Heels of North Carolina at 1pm at home in the, L&N Federal Credit Union Arena.

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