LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Images from Racing Louisville FC's 0-0 draw with Kansas City in the National Women's Soccer regular-season opener fo…
Racing Louisville FC opened its first regular season in National Women’s Soccer League competition by scoring a point – but not a goal. The 0-0 tie with Kansas City on Saturday was the club’s second straight clean sheet.
An initial blood test on the horses came back clean on Thursday night. The most recent two rounds, from samples drawn on May 11, came back from a lab at the University of California Davis on Friday afternoon.
Stadium staff will continue to sanitize the venue before, during and after events, especially at high touch points.
Nuguse broke the NCAA record with ease — and a smile on his face.
Racing knows where its strengths lie, and here at the outset, it is with its experienced talent.
Samples were drawn from Medina Spirt, Concert Tour and Black Eyed Susan filly Beautiful Gift on May 6 and were sent to Industrial Laboratories in Chicago.
Valvano is expected to be away from his regular radio duties for the next couple of weeks, and perhaps longer.
With the Kentucky Derby facing the prospect of a second disqualification in three years -- but only its second drug-related DQ ever -- WDRB's Chris Otts sits down with sports journalists Rick Bozich and Eric Crawford to recap where things stand.
They don’t make an ointment to fix this kind of mess.