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2015 MLB Mock Draft: Fresh 1st-Round Projections, Winter Edition

It’s never too early to start looking at the MLB draft. This year's class is especially deep on the mound, with college pitchers such as right-hander Mike Matuella (Duke), right-hander Kyle Funkhouser (Louisville), righty Walker Buehler (Vanderbilt) and left-hander Nathan Kirby (Virginia) expected to come off the board early in the first round. Show More Summary

Squire, Fetch My BMX: Massive 100-Foot Underground Bike Park Opening In Louisville, Kentucky

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These are a couple videos of the Mega Underground Bike Park opening in Louisville, Kentucky next month. The 320,000-square foot park sits 100-feet underground in a limestone cavern and stays a mild 60-degrees year round. The 45 trails include jump lines, pump tracks, dual slalom, BMX, cross Country and single track. Show More Summary

UNC Basketball: Keys to Beating Louisville in ACC Clash

With 14 conference opponents and just 18 league games, North Carolina only has four foes it will face twice during the regular season. The first of those rematches comes up next, when the Tar Heels face the team against which they began their current hot run. No. Show More Summary

Why the Vikings Should Target DeVante Parker in 1st Round of 2015 NFL Draft

The process leading up to the 2015 NFL draft is just getting underway. From now until May, the Minnesota Vikings will put countless prospects through the paces to determine their best course of action. Ultimately, Louisville receiver...Show More Summary

Todd Grantham's decision a bad sign for Raiders

ALAMEDA, Calif. -- There are a lot worse things than being turned down by a college coach, but from the outside Todd Grantham’s decision to stay in Louisville isn’t encouraging sign for Raiders head coach Jack Del Rio. According to ESPN.com’s...Show More Summary

Raiders still don’t have a defensive coordinator

At this point in the offseason, teams without full coaching staffs are scrambling a bit. Now the Raiders are looking for another defensive coordinator. According to Brett McMurphy of ESPN.com, Louisville defensive coordinator Todd Grantham is staying in college. He had been offered a two-year deal to take the same job with the Raiders, but…

Louisville Murder Highlights 2015's Already Alarming Anti-LGBT Violence

Trans advocates believe a Kentucky shooting victim who died January 9 may have identified as a trans woman, but local reports reveal little information. read more

Raiders offer defensive coordinator job to Todd Grantham

The Raiders may be closer to filling a staff position, dipping into the college ranks for a defensive coordinator. According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, the Raiders have offered a two-year contract to Louisville defensive coordinator Todd Grantham. That suggests it hasn’t necessarily been accepted yet, which leaves some room for haggling. They…

4-Star Mekhi Brown Ends Recruitment, Confirms He Will Sign with Alabama

Four-star Alabama commit Mekhi Brown, an athletic defensive end from Columbus, Georgia, has ended his recruitment and pledged 100 percent to sign with the Crimson Tide. Brown took a trip to Notre Dame in October, to Louisville in January...Show More Summary

Free Town Hall Meeting on Long-Term Care Co-Hosted by University of Louisville on March 21

The University of Louisville Division of Geriatrics, a part of the Department of Family and Geriatric Medicine, will help host a town hall meeting on long-term care on March 21.

Charlie Strong's Complicated Quest for His Next Teddy Bridgewater at Texas

Since first stepping on the Louisville campus, Teddy Bridgewater was a weapon for Charlie Strong's offense. The numbers don't lie. In three years, Bridgewater completed 72 touchdown passes and threw for more than 9,800 yards. Per Louisville...Show More Summary

UofL Sole Site in Kentucky Testing Investigational Device for Emphysema

The University of Louisville has launched a research trial to study an investigational medical device designed to aid patients with emphysema by shutting off the diseased part of the lung.

2015 Forecastle Lineup Announced: My Morning Jacket, Sam Smith, ‘One Big Holiday’ [Videos]

Lineup announcements for the 2015 Forecastle Festival have been publicized with My Morning Jacket and Sam Smith as two of the headliners. Forecastle Festival is held each year in Louisville, Kentucky and is one of many major events that welcome thousands of tourists to Louisville such as the Lebowski Fest and the Kentucky Derby. Show More Summary

Louisville, KY's Forecastle Festival announces 2015 lineup

Sturgill Simpson at Joe's Pub in July (more by Chris La Putt) The 2015 Forecastle Festival take place July 17 - 19 in Louisville, Kentucky. The fest has just announced the first round of performers, which include Modest Mouse, My Morning...

Forecastle Festival reveals homegrown 2015 lineup

My Morning Jacket, Modest Mouse, Sam Smith, Tweedy, and more heading to Louisville.

WHAS Vehicle Involved in Fatal Accident

Louisville, Ky. ABC affiliate WHAS is reporting one of its news vehicles was involved in an accident that killed a pedestrian. According to the station, a woman who worked at the Louisville Marriott was hit by two cars around 8:30 p.m. Show More Summary

Report: Raiders meet with Todd Grantham

A veteran NFL assistant currently in the college coaching ranks is reportedly on the Raiders’ radar for their defensive coordinator vacancy. Dianna Marie Russini of NBC4 Washington reports Oakland is “meeting with” Louisville defensive coordinator Todd Grantham. Grantham, 48, was the Browns’ defensive coordinator from 2005 through 2007. He also had NFL coaching stints with…

Mega Cavern Underground Bike Park

The Louisville Mega Cavern in Kentucky will soon open a 320,000sq.ft. underground bike park. Located 100ft. underground, the cavern stays at 60ºF all year round. It will have bike rentals and courses for all ages and skill levels.

Flashback Quote of the Day

“There are no victories in Washington only varying degrees of defeat.” – Former Sen. Wendell Ford (D-KY), quoted by the Louisville Courier Journal, in his obituary. The post Flashback Quote of the Day appeared first on Political Wir...

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