Sports Illustrated honors Kobe Bryant with 100-page special edition Tuesday, Feb 4 2020 

The link Sports Illustrated shared to purchase the special issue claims it's already out of stock.


Live Coverage: President Trump’s 2020 State Of The Union Address Tuesday, Feb 4 2020 

President Trump is delivering the 2020 State of the Union address, which comes under the shadow of his impeachment trial. Watch his remarks live and follow a live annotation of his remarks, including fact checks and analysis from NPR reporters.


Cameron Lancaster is officially headed back to Louisville City FC on loan from Nashville Tuesday, Feb 4 2020 

The 2018 USL Golden Boot winner and two-time league champion is headed back to the place where he set a USL record for goals in a season.


Stay at home date ideas that will make the night special Tuesday, Feb 4 2020 

By Blake Wedding —

Valentine’s Day is almost here, and with it, comes the question of how to celebrate. To make things simpler and a little more stress-free, here’s a list of what to do at home instead.

1. Cook at home and Make a Valentine’s Dinner 

It’s traditionally thought one of the best ways to show affection for significant others on Valentine’s Day is by taking them out to dinner somewhere fancy and expensive. 

College students don’t always have the money to take someone special to Chris Ruth Steakhouse, so sometimes it can be a better idea to make dinner at home. 

In most cases, people find it more romantic that someone took the time to prepare dinner for them instead of taking them out and spending far too much money on them because it’s more personal.

2. Netflix and Chill

Most people would rather binge watch their favorite show with their significant other, rather than spend about thirty dollars to go see a movie they may not even enjoy. 

To make things more romantic, preparing dinner beforehand and having their favorite show or movie prepared by the time dinner is over.

3. Personalize Valentine’s Day By Designing Everything Around Their Favorite Things

One way to make Valentine’s Day truly special and memorable is by simply showcasing thoughtfulness. Including a partner’s interests and showing how much they are valued is important. 

Try personalizing all of the evening’s activities around them. Get their favorite foods and movies, and make them gifts to remind them why they are so special.

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Raphael Saadiq performs in Louisville at the height of his latest album ‘Jimmy Lee’ Tuesday, Feb 4 2020 

Saadiq writes about real-life situations that no one wants to talk about but necessary for healing and you get a chance to hear him live at Paristown Hall


Kentucky Republicans co-sponsor bill banning conversion therapy for youth Tuesday, Feb 4 2020 

The bill would make it illegal for mental health professionals to engage in conversion therapy.

Fired U of L dance coach: No ill intent when gun accidentally went off near baseball event Tuesday, Feb 4 2020 

Fired U of L dance team coach Todd Sharp says he didn't know the school's baseball team was having dinner in the hotel where he shot himself.


Future of 3 public golf courses — Bobby Nichols, Crescent Hill, Cherokee — remains in doubt Tuesday, Feb 4 2020 

The city has not received any interest from golf pros for Bobby Nichols, Crescent Hill and Cherokee courses. If the city cannot find a manager by March 1, the Metro Parks Department would have to manage them.

McConnell, Bevin other Kentucky Republicans ridicule Democrats over Iowa caucus problems Tuesday, Feb 4 2020 

Surrogates for Mitch McConnell and Rand Paul joined ex-Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin in tweeting out jabs over the lack of a caucus winner in Iowa.


Ford Motor Co. workers will get $6,600 in profit sharing, down $1,000 from a year ago Tuesday, Feb 4 2020 

Ford Motor Co. employs 12,500 full-time workers in the Louisville area.


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