By Investment Standard: Stock Yards Bancorp, Inc. (NASDAQ:SYBT) is the holding company for Stock Yards Bank & Trust Company (Bank), the Bank provides commercial and personal banking services in the Louisville, Kentucky, Indianapolis, Indiana and Cincinnati, Ohio metropolitan markets through 34 full service-banking offices. Show More Summary
Fall is approaching more quickly than many would like. Some in Louisville are gathering back-to-school supplies or scheduling tailgate parties, Eater is thinking about restaurant openings. Several places have plans to open before the end of the year. We've listed...
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Matt Lauer will host the second annual Muhammad Ali Humanitarian Awards in Louisville, Kentucky on September 27. The ceremony will award six people age 30 or under who’ve produced innovative social justice work. Fox News contributor and forensic pathologist Dr. Show More Summary
The threat of a Delaware purge has Ohio cops investigating threatening messages being passed around on social media that seem to be mimicking the original flier created for the Louisville purge. But the original real life purge started as just a joke while the new threat seems a little bit more menacing. In a related
The countdown to the 2014 regular season is dwindling, and the Miami Hurricanes are preparing to take the field on Sept. 1 against new conference foe Louisville. Blood pressure rising, excitement building and game-by-game predictions...Show More Summary
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — In a business where patience is part of the process, Kentucky bourbon makers are making a big bet by stashing away their largest stockpiles in more than a generation.
Despite claims on social media, the “Louisville Purge” scheduled for Friday was a hoax. The rumor stemmed from a teen prankster who thought it would be funny to tweet about Kentucky authorities allowing crime run rampant for one night only, according to a Courier Journal report.
A teen in Louisville is being investigated after starting rumors of a "Purge" that was slated to take place Friday night. A flier for the purge, circulated on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook gained traction quickly. The nuanced and culturally-sensitive website Thought Catalog published a fictional account of what "happened" during the event, as well. Read more...
The Louisville purge never happened according to cops in Kentucky, but some residents swear up and down they heard reports of weird crimes when listening to the Louisville police scanner. But is that something to be concerned about or is it just normal for the Louisville crime rate? In a related report by The Inquisitr,
A Kentucky student who started the entire Louisville purge hoax is now saying he did not intend to create panic or to cause a viral sensation that is spreading to cities throughout the United States. In a related report by The Inquisitr, the idea behind a real life purge started when a photo using the
I don't want to cause panic or fear, but if you are in the Louisville Metro area, you should stay indoors tonight.
The so-called Louisville purge was supposed to have begun at 8 PM EST and will stretch on into the morning at 6:30 AM. The vast majority of people assumed it was all one big hoax intended as a joke, but now some on social media are claiming local reports have seen some instances of people
The threat of a real life “purge” occurring in Louisville, Kentucky tonight is being very seriously by police departments in the area, who claim that a leaked FBI memo indicated that prior attacks were coordinated by gangs. In a related report by The Inquisitr, the idea behind a real life purge started when a photo
Police have responded to purge threats that are coming out of Louisville, Kentucky. As we reported residents of Louisville are now taking precaution as are police officials. According to The Courier-Journal threats of a purge is a priority this weekend as threats of a violent outburst is expected to take place later in the evening.
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The Louisville Courier-Journal writes up a new Marist poll of interest: First, the good news for Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul: he is gaining on former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton in a hypothetical 2016 presidential match-up. Now,...Show More Summary
This is the third paragraph of Louisville Courier-Journal restaurant critic Nancy Miller’s review of Palermo Viejo:
Residents in Louisville, Kentucky are being warned that a real life “Purge” could be planned for this weekend, and police say they are ready. The Purge is a fictional movie series where, sometime in the near future, the government allows all crimes to be legal for 12 hours and, as you can guess, the inmates