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Eric Crawford takes a look back at the experience of covering Muhammad Ali's death and Memorial Services.
Muhammad Ali had very precise wishes: to be buried at the historic Cave Hill Cemetery in his hometown where he learned to box, built a museum and has a street named after him.
Muhammad Ali was laid to rest on Friday with a sendoff from his hometown. Following a private ceremony at Cave Hill Cemetery for close family and friends, a memorial service was held at the KFC Yum! Center.
Louisville showed its most famous person and the world its best Saturday as it said goodbye to former heavyweight champion Muhammad Ali.
100 percent of the proceeds go to the Muhammad Ali Center. Organizers say they sold more than 800 shirts in about five hours.
Former President Bill Clinton took the stage following other speakers at the Muhammad Ali memorial service on Friday at the KFC Yum! Center.
There was a non-stop flow of people at the the Muhammad Ali center paying their respects to the champ all week long, and especially on the day he was laid to rest.
There are a lot of angry people in the world -- angry for various reasons. Some are mad because of their circumstances, their treatment, or just because they like being mad. But one Muhammad Ali fan has some advice for them.
As the Muhammad Ali procession reached the gates of Cave Hill Cemetery, just before 1 p.m., the vehicles stopped, giving WDRB's Stephan Johnson a chance to speak with some of Ali's family members.
At around noon, the procession for Muhammad Ali's memorial service reached Ali's boyhood home near the corner of 34th Street and Grand Avenue.
The memorial service for Muhammad Ali will be delayed for at least one hour, according to Boxcar PR, the company providing communication services for the event.
There were cheers and shouts of "Ali" as the Muhammad Ali memorial procession reached the corner of 9th Street and the street named in The Champ's honor -- Muhammad Ali Boulevard.