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Rick Pitino Claims He Tried to Convince Knicks to Pick Donovan Mitchell in 2017 NBA Draft
Knicks chose to go with Frank Ntilikina instead.
Video: A Cop Tased a Woman for Complying. He Was Fired...Two Years Later
A Kentucky police officer tased a black woman for doing exactly what he told her to do. His police-issued body camera captured the entire incident on video. Over the course of a two-year
Woman brings about 20 homeless people into Taco Bell to buy them dinner — but they're all reportedly kicked out
Shannon Gridley departed Jefferson Community and Technical College in Louisville, Kentucky, on Tuesday evening for a bite to eat — and brought along some impromptu company, the Courier-Journal
Little Blue Pockets in the Bluegrass State: Inside the progressive fight for Kentucky governor
On Nov. 4, Kentuckians will vote for their next governor. Attorney General Andy Beshear—who beat out state Rep. Rocky Adkins and former state auditor Adam Edelen in the May 21 Democratic primary—is
Gun control supporters protest outside Sen. Mitch McConnell's home — and want him dead: 'Just stab the motherf***er in the heart'
In the wake of the mass killings in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio, gun control supporters protested outside Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's home in Louisville, Kentucky, on Sunday night,
A Police Training Program for Teens Has Been Plagued By Sexual Abuse Allegations
A survivor recounts years of alleged abuse in the Police Explorers programs, part of the Boy Scouts of America.
Photos: Festive hats on display at this year’s Kentucky Derby
Guests paraded their finest hats during the 145th annual Run for the Roses, kicking off this year’s Triple Crown.
From 21c to the Muhammad Ali Suite, Where to Stay for This Year’s Kentucky Derby
The most exciting two minutes in sports call for many more minutes in a fabulous hotel.
Elderly female pro-life counselor allegedly attacked outside abortion clinic — and left with broken leg, bleeding head
An elderly female pro-life counselor allegedly was attacked last week by a younger woman outside the only remaining abortion clinic in Kentucky, leaving the victim with a broken leg that required
Google will pay Louisville $4 million to repair roads after Fiber exit
Google Fiber service ended in Louisville this week following a number of issues, including exposed cables. As it departs, Google is paying the city $3.84 million over 20 months to cover the costs of
Google Fiber exits Louisville, pays city $3.8M to clean up the mess it left
Louisville will clean up exposed wires itself over next 20 months.
Google Fiber Will Pay $3.8 Million to Fix Roads Marred by Failed Louisville Project
Google Fiber has announced that it will pay $3.84 million to the local government in Louisville, Kentucky to fix infrastructure in the city after the tech giant decided to pull out of that market.
Shared scooters don’t last long
Scooter lifespan is a key factor in scooter economics (scooternomics, if you will).
Google Fiber’s biggest failure: ISP will turn service off in Louisville
Google Fiber will leave city and try to clean up the mess it made.
Google Fiber to shut down in Louisville after ongoing service issues
Sixteen months after it switched on its Fiber network in Louisville, Google is ending its high-speed internet service there. It tried a different method of installing its Fiber infrastructure in the
Google Fiber pulls out of Louisville
It wasn’t that long ago that cities across the U.S. were vying for Google Fiber, the company’s high-speed internet service. Since the launch of the project in Kansas City in 2012, Google Fiber
From Nothing to Fort Nelson: Inside Michter’s Decades-Long Resurgence
A brand born from 'America's Oldest Distillery' is investing in its future In the 266 years since Michter’s was founded in Pennsylvania, the brand (first known as Shenk’s and then Bomberger’s) has
Alleged grocery store gunman had violent past, possible racial motives, mental health struggles
The man who is charged with the murder of two people in a Kentucky grocery store had a violent past, and possibly had racial motives…
How About St. Lohan, Kanye For President (Of The Sunken Place) 10.2.18
In episode 243, Jack and Miles are joined by comedian Yusef Roach to discuss Lindsay Lohan's weird white savior behavior on Instagram Live, Kanye West's appearance on SNL, Pete Davidson and his sex
We Are Mitra Jouhari
In episode 57, the girls are joined by comedian Mitra Jouhari to talk about her upbringing in Ohio, how her father came to America, her experience finding her way to New York and starting to do