Dick Vitale is more of a giver than a taker and more of a doer than a talker. This weekend Vitale and his wife, Lorraine, hope to raise $2.5 million to fight pediatric cancer.
What's it like serving as the bodyguard to Nyquist, the winner of Kentucky Derby 142? Ask Marvin Bostock and his seven friends.
Cue the Triple Crown hype. Unbeaten Nyquist came to the Kentucky Derby and ran like a worthy successor to American Pharoah.
The only media and celebrity picks that you will need to survive Kentucky Derby 142.
What is the Kentucky Derby? It's the jockey of a winner getting stuck on a longshot. It's the daughter of a trainer visiting Millionaire's Row. It's crossing your fingers and making your pick.
Since instituting a new points system for qualification in 2013, the Kentucky Derby has seen three straight favorites win the race. Has the points system created a more "honest" race? Some horsemen and handicappers think so.
Only three jockeys have won the Kentucky Derby four times, but three riders in the 2016 field are positioned to win theirs fourth Derby.
How to handle a Triple Crown hangover? WDRB's Eric Crawford explores the problem of Kentucky Derby life post-American Pharoah.
Which horse is most likely to follow American Pharoah as the winner of the Kentucky Derby? Making a case for -- and against -- all of the Derby contenders.
Bob Baffert will finally visit his Triple Crown winner American Pharoah Monday for the first time in nearly six months. The trainer has already purchased a special treat.
Coolmore Stud took a serious look at Blue Grass Stakes winner Brody's Cause. Eleven Derby contenders worked Friday. One trainer unhappy with Churchill track condition.
Which former local player had the best NBA rookie season? Where did a former U of L hoops recruit land? Did the Cubs mishandle former IU catcher Kyle Schwarber? Time for the Monday Muse.
Jeb Bush drops out of the Republican race for president, ending a bid that drew a staggering level of financial support from donors.
Owner Ahmed Zayat says he's thrilled by the news and "can't wait for little Pharoahs."