Louisville housing pioneers Andrew and Charlotte Wade, activist Carl and Anne Braden honored with park in Shively Saturday, Jun 19 2021 

They are being recognized, nearly 70 years after breaking barriers while challenging Louisville housing laws.


On the Banks of Freedom: New monument along Ohio River in Louisville tributes Kentucky’s forgotten slaves Saturday, Jun 19 2021 

The monument looks to bridge Kentucky's future with its darker past.


‘Not only a football school,’ Trinity captures first state baseball championship Saturday, Jun 19 2021 

Shamrocks roll to 10-0 victory and finish season with 41-2 record.


Louisville Association of the Deaf hosts first gathering since pandemic began Saturday, Jun 19 2021 

On Saturday the Louisville Association of the Deaf partnered with the Fern Creek Deaf Center to host a "Welcome Back Picnic" for their first gathering since the pandemic began.

Trinity beats McCracken County for KHSAA state baseball championship Saturday, Jun 19 2021 

Trinity capped a dream season with a KHSAA state baseball title on Saturday, beating McCracken County 10-0 in five innings at Whitaker Bank Ballpark.


Louisville Juneteenth spotlights Louisville Black vendors, equality groundwork Saturday, Jun 19 2021 

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- This weekend, Louisville celebrated the newest federally recognized holiday: Juneteenth.

Cities opting out of Indiana’s suits against opioid makers Saturday, Jun 19 2021 

The attorney general’s office said in a statement that it was hopeful the dissenting cities would reconsider and rejoin the state’s lawsuits.


Next of kin sought for Margaret Mary Norris, 70 Saturday, Jun 19 2021 

The Jefferson County Coroner's Office is searching for next of kin for Margaret Mary Norris, 70, of Louisville.


Indiana police officer dies from COVID-19 after being exposed on duty Saturday, Jun 19 2021 

Sawyer was a 23-year-veteran of the Hammond, Indiana police department.

(Un)known Project’s new public art along the Ohio River honors the enslaved on Juneteenth Saturday, Jun 19 2021 

The Louisville-based (Un)known Project's new installation along the Ohio River has two benches and footprints featuring the names of enslaved people.


Next Page »