April 30, 2012 - 6:22pm
“The law makes no distinction between icons and the rest of us, and neither do I,” Edelen said. “The report paints a clear picture of an administration that had no qualms about treating taxpayer resources as its own. The former commissioner had state employees on state time take him hunting and shopping, mow his yard, build a basketball court in his backyard, and even chauffer his dog. He showered himself with gifts and office equipment and rewarded friends with jobs. These are just some of the documented abuses that should outrage every Kentuckian.”
As all true “blue” citizens of the commonwealth know, Richard Dwight "Richie" Farmer, Jr., former shooting guard for the Kentucky Wildcats men's basketball team, was one of four seniors on the 1991 – 1992 team known as "The Unforgettables." His...
July 29, 2012 - 7:55pm
For 75 years, Keeneland has been to the Thoroughbred industry what Augusta is to golf or Hollywood is to the movies.
Keeneland’s founders set the course for what was to become one of Thoroughbred racing’s richest traditions. Their vision was to create two festival-like race meetings each year in the heart of Thoroughbred country — Kentucky’s Bluegrass region.
April 26, 2012 - 7:12pm
"The only real challenge in this debate is coaxing the President off of the campaign trail and up to the negotiating table, to get him to choose results over rallies.”
President Obama was on the campaign trail this week, speaking to students at the University of North Carolina, the University of Colorado and the University of Iowa. He also appeared on NBC’s “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon” to appeal to the youth demographic by promoting his plan...
July 29, 2012 - 7:55pm
LOUISVILLE, KY (April28th, 2012) - Evolution Fight League MMA takes over Expo Five for "FirstBlood" with special Guest Chris "Lights Out" Lytle of the UFC.They bring a loaded fight card, 36 fights making for 18 fights. Fighters arecoming from four different states and some home...
April 25, 2012 - 8:11pm
"Really, the thing about Dan that made him so special is that he was just such a gentle, kind and considerate person. When he was an undergraduate, he would volunteer for any cause that came along. He was always trying to help out the underdog."
University of Louisville graduate Captain Daniel H. Utley died in service to his country on Friday, April 20th, near Bamako, in the African country of Mali. The 33-year-old Civil Affairs Officer, a native of Glasgow, Kentucky, was killed in a vehicle accident. The United States Army has...