The Vault: Revisiting the short-lived Falls Fountain Sunday, Sep 5 2021 

The 375-foot fountain was unveiled in 1988 and resided in the Ohio River. After a series of system failures the display was removed less than a year later.


Highland Coffee Company to close permanently, cites COVID-19 Sunday, Sep 5 2021 

The owners of Highland Coffee Company made the announcement on Facebook Sunday, citing the coronavirus pandemic.

‘It feels like losing a person’: Long-time customers, former employees visit Highland Coffee Company before closure Sunday, Sep 5 2021 

A mainstay in the Highlands neighborhood said they are closing their doors after 22 years. Owners cited COVID-19 as a deciding factor.


Flowers of Remembrance ceremony held at Zachary Taylor National Cemetery Sunday, Sep 5 2021 

Organizers would like to see all of the group graves claimed in the cemetery.

New arts show raises money for Shelby County Animal Shelter Sunday, Sep 5 2021 

Sherry Kremer with ArtSpark Productions say the first-time event was so successful that some vendors ran out of products on the first day.

Dog rescued from cave at Indiana nature preserve Sunday, Sep 5 2021 

Officials believe the dog, now named Dewey, fell 30 feet into a pit at Dewey Hickman Nature Preserve in Harrison County, Indiana.


Ky. Democrats go viral on TikTok for minimum wage debate video Sunday, Sep 5 2021 

The video, which has 4.3 million views as of Sunday, shows Sen. Reginald Thomas chanting a popular rap song in front of the Senate chambers.

Women’s Soccer Shuts Down Saint Louis Sunday, Sep 5 2021 

By: Daniel Rankin–

The Louisville Women’s Soccer team traveled to Saint Louis University Sept. 2 for their first away game of the season. With a final score of 1-0, Louisville keeps their undefeated season record of 4-0.

At the start of the game, the Cards stayed on the Billiken goalkeeper’s toes. By doing this, they quickly sent both teams into the locker rooms scoreless after the first half.

In the second half, the pressure continued with a penalty shot saved by Saint Louis in the 54th minute. Just minutes later, the Cardinals made a goal in the 60th minute by sophomore midfielder Morgan Bentley after a great pass by freshman midfielder Nina Nicosia.

Saint Louis tried to keep up in the closing minutes of the game, but it was too late. Louisville graduate goalkeeper Gabby Kouzelos finished the game with three saves, and led her team to victory.

“I’m very proud of our team as we keep learning and growing,” said Louisville Head Coach Karen Ferguson-Dayes. She also added that she was very pleased by how her team performed that night.

Louisville returns home to face Western Kentucky University on Sunday, September 5. Kickoff is scheduled for 7:30 pm at Dr. Mark & Cindy Lynn Stadium, where admission and parking are free for the entire 2021 season.

Photo Courtesy of Taris Smith// U of L Athletics 

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What stores and restaurants are open Labor Day? Here’s a list what’s open or closed Monday Sunday, Sep 5 2021 

Costco is closed Labor Day but most major retailers and restaurant chains are open including Chick-fil-A, Macy's, Kohl's, Home Depot and JCPenney.


‘Shang-Chi’ blasts Labor Day records with $71.4M debut Sunday, Sep 5 2021 

The theatrical debut of 'Shang-Chi' is the second most successful of the pandemic, behind Marvel's 'Black Widow.'


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