Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell committed a sin Monday, admitting that Donald Trump has been scamming Americans about so-called "fake" news. "Most news is not fake," McConnell told the Louisville Chamber of Commerce. Whoa—them's fightin' words. Show More Summary
There's plenty of methods incumbent ISPs use to keep broadband competition at bay, from buying protectionist state laws to a steady supply of revolving door regulators and lobbyists with a vested interest in protecting the status quo. Show More Summary
In the incident in Leslie County, Kentucky, which appeared to be an accident, a driver lost control over her car and hit a utility pole, WLKY-TV in Louisville reported. A 23-year-old woman was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident in Hyden, Kentucky, the TV station reported. The incident is under investigation by Kentucky State Police.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky rejected one of President Donald Trump's repeated accusations toward media outlets at the Louisville Chamber of Commerce on Monday. "What I do every morning is, there a couple of services that I look at before I leave home every morning," McConnell said. Show More Summary
A big issue for competitive providers entering a market is gaining access to poles.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said there is "zero chance" Congress will allow the country to default on its debt by voting to not increase the borrowing limit. McConnell's comments came Monday during a joint appearance in his home state of Kentucky with U.S. Show More Summary
Officials in Kentucky's largest city have filed suit in federal court against opioid distributors, accusing them of contributing to the drug epidemic in the state. Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer announced … Click to Continue »
This weekend the Washington Post ran a story about a huge Confederate statue in Louisville that was dismantled and shipped off to the town of Brandenburg, which thought it might be a good tourist attraction. Apparently everyone was pretty happy about it except for Mildred Brown, an African-American seamstress who’s lived there for 50 years: […]
And now for something completely different: A Southern town that loves Confederate memorials so much it took Louisville’s towering controversy... The post Here’s a town that fought to erect a Confederate statue appeared first on Hot Air.
By Daniela Kapser on SwimSwam 6. FINA World Junior Championships, Indianapolis, USA 23. bis 28. August 2017 Indiana University Natatorium, Indiana, USA Zeitverschiebung – 6... Read the full story on SwimSwam: Junioren Weltmeisterschaften: DSV Team beendet Pre-Camp in Louisville
A bit of a good story to partially stem all the bad in this world. Thursday night, I'm driving down from Louisville to home in Tn. Late, but instead of stay the night, I want to beat the race traffic....
A ruling from Kentucky's Supreme Court is not likely to change the University of Louisville's new board of trustees, but it could affect the future of the state's top political … Click to Continue »
AT&T sued Louisville over pole attachment rule, but judge says rule is valid.
A study with 1200 sensors mounted to inhalers can help the city reshape its air quality policies.
An embattled Kentucky city councilman has been denied medical leave. News outlets report Louisville Councilman Dan Johnson announced Aug. 10 he was taking a 90-day leave, hours after five colleagues … Click to Continue »
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Police ended their search for a 7-year-old's killer Wednesday with an arrest in a case that has come to symbolize the tragedy of rising gun violence in Kentucky's largest city.
Former NCAA Infractions chair outlines hurdles for Louisville appeal
Could Russia teach us something about how to deal with difficult aspects of our national history? Many places in the South – from New Orleans to Louisville – are in the process of bringing down statues that glorify the Confederacy. That process raises questions about what to do with these remnants of the past. Show More Summary
The Eagles have lined up four dates for the fall in some of the first shows since the death of Glenn Frey. Eagles concerts are set for: Oct. 17: Greensboro, N.C., Oct. 20: Atlanta, Oct. 24: Louisville and Oct. 27: Detroit.... Frey'sShow More Summary