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Kentucky Republican Primary Governor Candidate Concedes Race

16 hours agoNews : NYTimes: News

A recanvass of the ballots left James R. Comer 83 vote behind Matt Bevin, a wealthy Louisville businessman and Tea Party favorite.

CBS adds two more SEC football games to its calendar

Network television’s home for Southeastern Conference college football has added two additional games to its coverage in 2015. CBS Sports will broadcast the Chick-Fil-A Kickoff game in Atlanta between Auburn and Louisville on Sept. 5 and Georgia at Vanderbilt on Sept. Show More Summary

Is Acting Like a Grown-Up Overrated?

Yalonda Green—who has a PhD in humanities, cultural studies, and poetry—first stumbled upon her adult love of coloring while working as a children’s library assistant at the Louisville Free Public Library in Kentucky. “When the kids were doing the coloring pages, I would sit and do them too. Show More Summary

Kentucky fan in Louisville has 38-1 sticker on car

Kentucky did not take home the 2015 National Championship, but finishing a season 38-1 is nothing to scoff at. One Kentucky fan in Louisville is so happy with the season that John Calipari’s club turned in, that they put a giant sticker commemorating it on their SUV. Show More Summary

Kentucky Republican Gubernatorial Primary One in a Litany of Whisker-Close Elections in U.S. History

In the recent Kentucky Republican Gubernatorial Primary, Louisville businessman Matt Bevin was ahead by just 83 votes out of over 214,000 votes cast. His opponent, Agricultural Secretary James Comer, requested a recanvising of the election. Kentucky voters are used to close elections. Show More Summary

Inside the Automated UPS Complex That Sorts 7,000 Packages a Minute

3 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Just before midnight, UPS’s Worldport in Louisville, Kentucky begins to come alive. Boeing 757s start roaring overhead. Packages whoosh by on miles of conveyer belts. Before the sun is up, 1.6 million packages will be unloaded and loaded again, sent along toward their final destinations. Read more...

Louisville Station’s Truck Involved in Accident

One of Louisville CBS affiliate WLKY‘s news vans was involved in an accident last night. WLEX reports, a car ran a red light and “slammed into the side of the WLKY news van. The impact flipped the van onto its side.” EMS took two WLKY employees to the hospital for treatment of minor injuries. Show More Summary

When His Disabled Son Signs “Daddy I Love You,” Father Realizes His Love for His Boy

NBC, whose reports lean towards the pro-abortion side, has done a touching report on a science teacher in Kentucky whose son is severely disabled. In the report, Bob Dotson profiles Jeff Wright, a high school teacher in Louisville, Kentucky, who shares the lessons in love he has learned from his son, Adam, who has Joubert […]

QDMA’s National Convention to Join with Field & Stream and Outdoor Life Louisville Deer & Turkey Expo

LOUISVILLE, KY (May 21, 2015) – The Quality Deer Management Association (QDMA) is excited to announce that its 2016 National Convention will be held side-by-side with the Third Annual Field & Stream and Outdoor Life Louisville Deer & Turkey Expo, which runs January 29 through 31 at the Kentucky Expo Center in Louisville. Show More Summary

Louisville transfer Akoy Agau shows promise for Georgetown basketball

Last Wednesday, I wrote an article reviewing the Georgetown basketball program’s graduating seniors of the class of 2015. In my review of those players, I also discussed how the Hoyas’ incoming freshman class would find success in filling...Show More Summary

Five plead not guilty to Kentucky bourbon heist

By Steve Bittenbender LOUISVILLE, Ky. (Reuters) - Five people accused of stealing and selling more than $100,000 worth of expensive bourbons and other whiskeys as part of a years-long conspiracy pleaded not guilty on Friday in a Kentucky court. Show More Summary

Duke, Louisville and Kansas among Kentucky’s non-conference opponents

The Wildcats will also take on Arizona State, UCLA and Ohio State in non-conference play.

Grande dame of the concours world Margaret Dunning dies at 104

Margaret Dunning with her 1930 Packard 740 Custom roadster in 2013. Photo courtesy Louisville Concours d’Elegance. Margaret Dunning was, quite literally, born into our world. As a child, she grew up on a Michigan farm located next door to Henry Ford’s. The Old Man would commonly stop over and chat with Margaret and her father […]

Viewing Picks for May 21, 2015

All Times Eastern College Baseball ACC Tournament, Durham Bulls Athletic Park, Durham, NC Day Three North Carolina State vs. Notre Dame — ACC Regional/Fox Sports Net, 11 a.m. Louisville vs. Clemson — ACC Regional/Fox Sports Net, 3 p.m. Show More Summary

Despite Dangers, University Provides Free Tanning After $3 Million Deal

In 2008, Sun Tan City, a chain of tanning salons based out of Elizabethtown, Ky., gave $3 million to the University of Louisville for the expansion of Papa John's Cardinal Stadium. As a result of the financial support bestowed upon the...Show More Summary

NanoKnife fight at the University of Louisville: Why a disputed news release reflects important truths about health care news

A few weeks ago, we posted a review of a university news release about a potential new treatment for pancreatic cancer called the NanoKnife. Our reviewers gave the release two stars and flagged some major problems in their Review Summary:...Show More Summary

What Catholic Writer Thomas Merton Can Teach Us About Racial Justice

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (RNS) If the influential Catholic writer Thomas Merton were alive today, he would likely have strong words about police brutality and racial profiling. Back in 1963, Merton called the civil rights movement “the most providential...Show More Summary

GOP Primary in Kentucky Too Close to Call

“The race for the Republican gubernatorial election went down to the wire and then some Tuesday night,” the Lexington Herald Leader reports. “After 214,187 votes were counted, Louisville businessman Matt Bevin held an 83-vote lead over Commissioner of Agriculture James [...]

James Comer to ask for review of vote numbers in tight Republican governor primary in Kentucky

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — James Comer to ask for review of vote numbers in tight Republican governor primary in Kentucky.

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