July 8, 2011 - 8:15am
Attorney Dorothy Sims was holding Casey Anthony's hand as her verdict was read to her this week. Dorothy Sims is the older sister of former Jefferson District Judge Benham J. Sims III of Louisville.
 You can bump into someone in the grocery store and realize you went to school together or were neighbors growing up on the same street. You could also find it surprising that the highest profile criminal case of the year has a connection right here in your fine city. The world really is small...
July 7, 2011 - 11:07am
Officials from the University of Louisville are reporting that security has been heightened after an alleged threat was made to bring an armed weapon to the campus.
 
July 6, 2011 - 10:54am
Could a return be on the horizon? The Kentucky Colonels once reigned supreme in the American Basketball Association and many attempts to lure a pro team back to The 'Ville have been unsuccessful.
 It’s true; Louisville is not new to the professional sporting stage. The city of Louisville has played host to the National Football League, American Basketball Association and Major League Baseball over the course of the last century or more. Most recently though, the Kentucky Colonels...
July 1, 2011 - 8:00am
Don't be alarmed if your neighborhood Java Brewing Co. has a new name.
  Five Java Brewing Co. locations have gotten a makeover and a new name.
July 29, 2012 - 8:08pm
For most taking part, the trip to Louisville was just another step towards reaching their personal goals and dreams of playing professional basketball. For others it was all about the experience of trying out and seeing where they measured up against solid competition.
This past weekend at the Hoops facility in east Louisville, 264 athletes from all around the world came together to take part in tryouts for the NBA's Development League.The tryouts had an international appeal.  Nine countries were represented at the tryouts:  Congo, Ecuador, Jamaica...