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Kentucky Educational Television
Kentucky Educational Television

600 Cooper Dr
Lexington, KY 40502   Directions

(859) 258-7000

Website

News of the Week: Aug. 23, 2019
08/24/2019 7:00am

Journalists from around the state discuss the news of the week with host Bill Bryant, including the latest political news as campaigns from candidates for statewide office kick into high gear. Scheduled guests: Bill Estep, Lexington Herald-Leader Michon Lindstrom, Spectrum News 1 and Mandy McLaren, LouisvilleCourier Journal.The post News of the Week: Aug. 23, 2019 appeared first on KET.

Sixteen Tons of Merle Travis
08/23/2019 9:45am

Kentucky Muse traces the career of Merle Travis, the Kentucky guitarist and songwriter best known for his songs Sixteen Tons, Dark as a Dungeon, and his unique thumb-picking style. The post Sixteen Tons of Merle Travis appeared first on KET.

Lexington-Fayette Urban County Human Rights Commission v. Hands-On Originals
08/22/2019 9:16pm

At issue is the alleged violation of a local fairness ordinance flowing from the refusal of a private business to print customized t-shirts for the Lexington Pride Festival. Arguments heard on August 23, 2019.The post Lexington-Fayette Urban County Human Rights Commission v. Hands-On Originals appeared first on KET.

Suzanne Waugh v. Carol Parker, et al.
08/22/2019 10:54am

At issue is whether under the Uniform Residential Landlord Tenant Act, landlords owe a statutory duty to tenants to deliver premises in compliance with building/housing codes that materially affect safety. If not, is the tenant injured by such a failure entitled to recover damages beyond the cost of repairing the premises Arguments heard on August 22, 2019.The post Suzanne Waugh v. Carol Parker, et al. appeared first on KET.

Paul Mostert v. The Mostert Group, LLC
08/22/2019 10:34am

At issue is whether the creator of a computer program was entitled to retain the source code when: 1 the creator sold the program to a company in exchange for $500,000 and a security interest in specified program components 2 as part of the sale, the creator signed an agreement requiring him to transfer the programs software and source code to the company and 3 the security agreement between the creator and the company listed software but not source code as collateral. Arguments heard on August 22, 2019.The post Paul Mostert v. The Mostert Group, LLC appeared first on KET.

Louisville Cardinal
Louisville Cardinal

Louisville, KY

(502) 852-6728

Website

Surprise: Tuition’s Up Again
08/23/2019 9:02pm

By Shelby Gardner The University of Louisvilles tuition has increased yet again this year....The post Surprise: Tuitions Up Again appeared first on The Louisville Cardinal.

Previewing volleyball’s 2019 outlook
08/23/2019 6:16pm

By Gabriel Wiest Louisville has been plagued with coach switch-ups in many sports, but...The post Previewing volleyballs 2019 outlook appeared first on The Louisville Cardinal.

U of L purchases iconic Cardinal Stadium cabooses
08/22/2019 7:24pm

By Matthew Keck The University of Louisville Athletic Association announced they bought the cabooses...The post U of L purchases iconic Cardinal Stadium cabooses appeared first on The Louisville Cardinal.

U of L campus upgrades for the fall
08/20/2019 3:16pm

By Matthew Keck Incoming and returning students can expect to have a couple new...The post U of L campus upgrades for the fall appeared first on The Louisville Cardinal.

Brief: Road closures are expected during president’s visit
08/20/2019 1:28pm

By Maggie Vancampen Road closures around both campuses are scheduled as President Donald Trump...The post Brief: Road closures are expected during presidents visit appeared first on The Louisville Cardinal.

Louisville Magazine
Louisville Magazine

137 W Muhammad Ali Blvd
Louisville, KY 40202   Directions

(502) 625-0100

Website

Weekender: What to Do Around Louisville August 23 — 25
08/22/2019 3:53pm

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Buy Me Some Peanuts and…Kizito Cookies?
08/22/2019 1:04pm

At 7 p.m., ElizabethKizitopulls a metal cart carryingboxes of her namesakecookies toward a sectionof seating near the outfieldat

21 Qs with David K. Karem, Former President of the Waterfront Development Corp.
08/21/2019 2:00pm

David Karem, 75, who for more than three decades served as president of the Waterfront Development Corp., recently announced his retirement. He lives in the Cherokee Triangle.

Under Water, Over Fear
08/20/2019 12:16pm

The first step to teaching adults how to swim is getting them to relax.

The Courier Journal
The Courier Journal

Louisville, KY

(502) 582-4011

Website

'I don't want it to be the norm': Louisville artist paints to bring attention to violence
08/22/2019 5:15am

Louisville native Jaylin Stewart is using art as a way to help herself and her community heal from a rash of gun violence that has become the norm.

Who can save the day for the Andrew Luck-less Indianapolis Colts? Teddy Bridgewater
08/24/2019 9:49pm

The Indianapolis Colts dont necessarily have to switch into rebuilding mode without Andrew Luck. They just need the right QB to step in.

Thousands of foodies take over Waterfront Park for inaugural Food Truck Mash-Up
08/24/2019 5:57pm

Nearly two dozen food trucks took over Louisvilles Waterfront Park for the inaugural Food Truck Mash-up.

Colts quarterback Andrew Luck is retiring: 'This is the hardest decision of my life'
08/24/2019 10:28pm

Why did Andrew Luck quit the NFL He explains his decision in emotional news conference.

SEE IT: Inaugural Food Truck Mash-up brings good eats to Waterfront Park
08/24/2019 4:38pm

The USA TODAY Network and the Courier Journal launched their inaugural Food Truck Mash-up on Saturday to some beautiful weather.

WBKI-TV
WBKI-TV

624 W Muhammad Ali Blvd
Louisville, KY 40203   Directions

(502) 584-6441

Website

WDRB
WDRB

624 W Muhammad Ali Blvd
Louisville, KY 40203   Directions

(502) 584-6441

Website

WHAS11 News
WHAS11 News

520 W Chestnut
Louisville, KY 40202   Directions

(502) 582-7711

Website

Clouds & Humidity Increase Today, Goodbye Fall Preview!
08/25/2019 1:12am

The new week starts wet but turns nice again by Wednesday,

Newslinks seen on WHAS11
08/20/2019 2:42pm

Newslinks seen on WHAS11

Man's body recovered after kayaking incident on Ohio River near Clarksville
08/24/2019 11:11pm

Police say the man was trying to help a fellow kayaker in distress on the Ohio River when he went missing for a short time Saturday night.

Will school buses in Kentucky be required to have mandatory stop arm cameras?
08/24/2019 11:07pm

If House Bill 136 were to be implemented, it would make it mandatory for school buses to have stop arm cameras installed by Aug. 1, 2023.

Frazier Museum highlights Women's Equality Day with 'Vote = Power' event
08/24/2019 9:12pm

They honored the 99th anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment when women finally won the right to vote.

WLKY
WLKY

1918 Mellwood Ave
Louisville, KY 40206   Directions

(502) 893-3671

Website

2 Etown residents killed when tractor-trailer goes off Wisconsin interstate, into lake
04/15/2019 9:04am

Two people who died earlier this month when the tractor-trailer they were in went off Interstate 90 near the Wisconsin Dells and into Mirror Lake were from Elizabethtown, officials said.

Police: 15-year-old escapes Uber driver who kidnapped her, intended to sexually assault her
08/25/2019 5:25am

The family of a 15-year old girl relied on a car service to get their daughter home safely after she attended a Sweet Sixteen party, officials said.

Man dies after trying to rescue woman whose kayak capsized in Ohio River
08/25/2019 5:00am

A Kentucky man is dead after trying to save a woman whose kayak flipped in the Ohio River.

Tropical Storm Dorian is threatening the Caribbean and more storms could soak the US coast
08/25/2019 4:38am

Dorian is forecast to be near hurricane strength by Tuesday.

Bellarmine University celebrates life of longtime golf coach
08/24/2019 10:53pm

Ernie Denham, who coached the Knights for 17 seasons, died earlier this month in a fire.

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