Witness to another blowout, die-hard Cards fans ready for rebuild
Witness to another blowout, die-hard Cards fans ready for rebuild

Despite a listed attendance of toughly 48,000, in the second half, fans fled from Cardinal Stadium. But that's not to say all optimism is lost.

Fully stocked diaper bags donated to NICU families
Fully stocked diaper bags donated to NICU families

Organizers say the gesture helps families during one of the most emotional and tense times of their lives.

Volunteers plant dozens of trees at site of future Waterfront Botanical Gardens
Volunteers plant dozens of trees at site of future Waterfront Botanical Gardens

The gardens will sit on a 23-acre plot of land that used to be a landfill site at River Road and Frankfort Avenue. 

Restaurant apologizes to breastfeeding mother told to cover up by manager
Restaurant apologizes to breastfeeding mother told to cover up by manager

Saturday, the group La Leche League, of Louisville, met at the restaurant to talk to management about struggles facing nursing mothers, according to a Facebook post by the restaurant.

2 teens killed when car collided with train in southern Indiana
2 teens killed when car collided with train in southern Indiana

A witness stated the railroad crossing equipment was working correctly, and the train sounded its horn several times as it was approaching.

Golden Alert issued for missing 71-year-old Louisville man with dementia
Golden Alert issued for missing 71-year-old Louisville man with dementia

John Anderson was last seen near 3850 Darlene Drive, police say. 

Joe Huber's Family Farm and Restaurant sold, will remain in business
Joe Huber's Family Farm and Restaurant sold, will remain in business

A more than $2.7 million auction bid will keep the 156-acre Huber's Family Farm and Restaurant in business.

Joel Schipper
IMAGES | Round 1 Bowling and Amusement opens in Jefferson Mall
IMAGES | Round 1 Bowling and Amusement opens in Jefferson Mall

The entertainment facility features bowling, billiards, arcade games, karaoke, darts, pingpong, a kid's zone and a prize room.

Duke Energy expects to end remaining outages by noon Sunday
Duke Energy expects to end remaining outages by noon Sunday

Duke said nearly 186,000 of its customers in Indiana experienced a power outage as a result of Thursday morning's storm, and about 5,300 remained without power Saturday afternoon.

IMAGES | Louisville drops first game post-Petrino, 52-10 to N.C. State
IMAGES | Louisville drops first game post-Petrino, 52-10 to N.C. State

A gallery from Louisville's loss to North Carolina State in Papa John's Cardinal Stadium.

Eric Crawford
Biden adopts German shepherd named Major
Biden adopts German shepherd named Major

"Today is Major's lucky day! Not only did Major find his forever home, but he got adopted by Vice President Joe Biden & Dr. Jill Biden!"

BOZICH | Louisville finishes winless ACC season with another collapse
BOZICH | Louisville finishes winless ACC season with another collapse

Louisville played with renewed energy for interim head coach Lorenzo Ward but the Cardinals were no match for North Carolina State Saturday,

Rick Bozich
Breastfeeding mother told to cover up by St. Matthews restaurant manager
Breastfeeding mother told to cover up by St. Matthews restaurant manager

Texas Roadhouse says it 100 percent supports breastfeeding.

Valerie Chinn
Bevin official wins latest round in fight over subpoena
Bevin official wins latest round in fight over subpoena

The panel ruled Friday that state law gives the finance secretary broad subpoena authority when investigating mismanagement of state funds.

Meet the Louisville social media mavens turning online success into full time jobs
Meet the Louisville social media mavens turning online success into full time jobs

Turning posting online into a career. Three Louisvillians share the skills needed to make a living from social media posts.

Kate Springer
Ky. man bags 'rare' deer with decapitated buck head entangled in antlers
Ky. man bags 'rare' deer with decapitated buck head entangled in antlers

The hunter, who the wildlife agency identified as Bob Long, took aim at a buck with “big antlers” off in the distance.

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