Civil rights leader and activist Martin Luther King Jr. stood for many things, but taking a seat on the sidelines wasn’t one ...
Mayor Greg Fischer was flanked by community and business leaders as he announced the Lean Into Louisville initiative to confr...
More than 40 people attended the OneWest Community Conversation on Thursday. The event featured informational booths like thi...
The partial shutdown of the federal government has prompted the Department of Justice to ask for a delay in the lawsuit chall...
Float Like a 747: Louisville International Airport will now be known as Louisville Muhammad Ali International Airport, says N...
GE Appliances placed a big bet on this year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, renting 30 percent more space than last ...
Old Louisville’s Cabbage Patch Settlement House was founded in 1910 and continues to equip and empower at-risk youth througho...
On Sunday night, as Jan. 20 clicks over to Jan. 21, a trifecta of events will happen to the moon, resulting in what scientist...
The number of 911 calls reporting an overdose and patients receiving a dose of naloxone on those ambulance runs decreased sig...
I don’t usually pay a lot of attention to online reviews of restaurants, but when you consistently see people giving a place ...
Double-Edged Stories, the Louisville-based storytelling event with dueling themes that present two facets of human nature at ...
Fans of art installations, chamber orchestras, wicked after-parties and the Icelandic singer, songwriter, composer, actress a...