Louisville man charged with threatening Florida state representative via Instagram Sunday, Sep 26 2021 

Florida Department of Law Enforcement agents charged Danal Terron Swinney with making written threats to kill or do bodily harm via social media.


Louder Than Life wraps up in Louisville after four-day festival Sunday, Sep 26 2021 

On Sunday afternoon, Skillet performed in front of around 30,000 people. Metallica wraps up the festival on Sunday night.

Clark County Sheriff’s Office announces death of police corporal from COVID complications Sunday, Sep 26 2021 

Clark County Sheriff Jamey Noel said Police Corporal Wayne Nicholson's passing was a "line of duty death" in a social media post.


Video shows Machine Gun Kelly in altercation at Louder Than Life soon after VMAs incident Sunday, Sep 26 2021 

Machine Gun Kelly was in Louisville to perform at Louder Than Life, weeks after getting in a reported scuffle at the VMAs with Conor McGregor.


Gold Star families honored in Frankfort on Sunday Sunday, Sep 26 2021 

Gold Star Families were honored during a ceremony held on Sunday in Frankfort.

A bit of paradise, funky fashion and Metallica close out the final day of Louder Than Life Sunday, Sep 26 2021 

Louder Than Life's crowd was thrilled and it showed, as the eager audience cheered and screamed endlessly over some of heavy metal's biggest hits.


Mask objectors disrupt more Indiana school board meetings Sunday, Sep 26 2021 

The Bartholomew Consolidated school board in Columbus decided this past week it will hold meetings virtually because of parent conduct.


CycLOUvia returns to Bardstown Road in October after COVID-19 hiatus Sunday, Sep 26 2021 

The family-friendly event welcomes those who look to improve their mental, physical and emotional health.


Kentucky Derby Museum to offer free admission for children during fall break Sunday, Sep 26 2021 

All children and adults over 13 will be required to buy a ticket, which start at $14.

Louisville Football Is On A Winning Streak Sunday, Sep 26 2021 

By: Hannah Walker–

On September 25, the Louisville Cardinal’s football team played an away game against the Florida State Seminoles. Louisville won with a final score of 31-23.

At the start of the game, Florida State won the coin toss and made the decision to defer while Louisville received. This worked out in U of L’s favor, when they made a touchdown with 13:37 on the clock. Junior, redshirt quarterback Malik Cunningham made a complete pass to redshirt sophomore, wide receiver Tyler Harrell for 59 yards and scored for the Cards.

U of L continued to score throughout the remaining of the first quarter. With 7:27 on the clock, sophomore kicker James Turner made a successful field goal attempt for 44 yards. Shortly after, Cunningham rushed for four yards and made a touchdown with 1:14 on the clock.

During the second quarter, Florida State attempted to catch up when they scored a touchdown with 13:30 on the clock, but it wasn’t enough to take the lead. Louisville scored another two touchdowns with the help of Cunningham; putting Louisville at a score of 31-13 going into halftime.

During the third quarter, the Seminoles were able to score another touchdown. However, Louisville remained stagnant in the third quarter with a score of 31-20.

By the fourth quarter, neither teams were able to score a touchdown. However, Florida State made a successful field goal attempt; bringing the game to a final score of 31-23.

Louisville football will have another away game on Saturday, October 2 at 12:30 p.m. against the Wake Forest Demon Deacons.

Photo Courtesy of Jessica Abell// Louisville Cardinal 

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