Last week, the Louisville community was discouraged when a much anticipated release of a racial-profiling study never materialized.
Today, Mayor Greg Fischer made a major announcement on the steps of City Hall: River Road will now be one big bike lane.
In recent months, there have been numerous stories of women being shamed and asked to breastfeed in private or to cover up, despite the laws in most states providing protection for breastfeed
Paving the way for a more collaborative community
So, a techie, a data analyst and an urban planner walk into a bar.
No, no. … How many geniuses does it take to do something big?
Highlands — Yesterday had all of the makings of a historic day for the Turner family.
Something a little different is in the air of this year’s IdeaFestival.
Homophobia and violence prevalent downtown
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Old Louisville — Early this morning, Ray Chapman, 37, became the latest victim of a mysterious condition that has become way too prevalent in society, forgetting a b
Crescent Hill — Forty-four-year-old Steve O’Neill was taken to University of Louisville Hospital yesterday at 3:20 p.m.