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    Madonna Celebrates Son David Bandas Sweet 16: So Much to Be Grateful for Women are making progress in the corporate world, but theyre also getting more burnt out LEXINGTON, Ky. - A grand jury has declined to indict the six Kentucky football players facing burglary charges from a March fight at a fraternity party.  Mark Stoops stands by players charged...
    Jason Sudeikis tried to thank SNL creator Lorne Michaels at the Emmys - but he was suddenly nowhere to be found Toyota unveils new 2022 Tundra pickup truck with new hybrid engine The documentary "Muhammad Ali" premiered Sunday on PBS and continues with three more segments, each airing through Wednesday. LISTEN: Ken Burns describes meeting Muhammad Ali Louisville Courier-Journal See...
    Divorce Is Not an Option: How Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith Have Built an Enduring Marriage Tim Cook tried to quell unrest at Apple during a meeting with staff, but only answered two questions from activist employees Barely a minute into the documentary “Muhammad Ali,” the tone is evident but doesn’t foreshadow what’s coming next. LISTEN: Ken Burns describes meeting...
    Celebrities who died in 2021 The Financial Guide to Adulting: Real Money Advice From Older Generations Sifting through 500 hours of archival footage, music and photos can be daunting for any filmmaker tasked with trying to create a seminal piece of art or entertainment. LISTEN: Ken Burns describes meeting Muhammad Ali Louisville Courier-Journal See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET...
    Kentucky state. Rep. Regina Huff (R) sparked a wave of backlash after comparing President BidenJoe BidenAides who clashed with Giuliani intentionally gave him wrong time for Trump debate prep: book Biden says Eid al-Adha carries 'special meaning' amid pandemic Manchin to back nominee for public lands chief MORE's chief medical adviser Anthony FauciAnthony FauciJuan Williams: The GOP is criminally reckless on...
    LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — David Hawpe, who rose through the ranks of the Courier Journal to become editor of the Louisville newspaper, which won multiple Pulitzer Prizes on his watch, has died. He was 78. His death Sunday night was confirmed on Facebook by his sister-in-law, Hilda Miller. Hawpe had been hospitalized with multiple health problems, the Courier Journal reported....
    Chris Rock says hes fired people on his sets who couldnt listen to a woman Momentum in the stock market is building toward a breakout Attorneys for trainer Bob Baffert and owner Amr Zedan will seek an injunction Friday morning in Franklin Circuit Court in an effort to establish that the betamethasone detected in Medina Spirit’s blood samples was...
    Real Housewives from Different Franchises Hanging Out IRL Berkshire Hathaway Inc. Cl B stock rises Wednesday, still underperforms market Churchill Downs announced Wednesday the suspension of Bob Baffert for two years effective immediately through the conclusion of the 2023 Spring Meet at Churchill Downs Racetrack. Kentucky Derby winner Medina Spirit tests positive for anti-inflammatory drug Louisville Courier-Journal See more...
    Patrick Baker, the Kentucky man who then-Gov. Matt Bevin (R-Ky.) pardoned in 2019 after being convicted of reckless homicide, was arrested again on Sunday in connection with the same death he was previously found guilty for. The Louisville Courier Journal reported that the U.S. Marshals Service arrested Baker, 43, on Sunday. He is being held at the Laurel County Correctional Center. The...
    Films that did the best and worst jobs of predicting the future Stores where you can now shop maskless Medina Spirit’s split sample has not yet been tested. As late as Tuesday, it had not yet been moved from the backside test barn at Churchill Downs. Kentucky Derby winner Medina Spirit tests positive for anti-inflammatory drug Louisville Courier-Journal See...
    City of Columbus, Ohio, and Andre Hills family agree to $10 million settlement over his death You left us: Proud Boys leader Ethan Nordean slams Trump in expletive-laden message A class-action suit filed Thursday in California accuses Bob Baffert of racketeering and seeks his removal from thoroughbred racing. Suspicions surrounding Bob Baffert are starting to add up USA TODAY...
    Our 30 favorite fictional schools From Alabama to Wyoming: The Cost of Living Across America State regulators past and present believe Medina Spirit faces automatic disqualification if the Kentucky Derby winner’s positive drug test is confirmed by a split sample. Kentucky Derby winner Medina Spirit tests positive for anti-inflammatory drug Louisville Courier-Journal See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE...
    Ellen DeGeneres says the decision to end her NBC show isnt related to former staffers allegations US coronavirus: CDC says its OK to get a Covid-19 vaccine alongside other vaccines BALTIMORE – Whether Maryland racing officials genuinely considered keeping thoroughbred racing’s most recognizable figure from entering Saturday’s Preakness may never be known, but concerns about due process appear to...
    The 25 most memorable fictional bands Here’s How to Budget in Retirement So You Don’t Run Out of Money Bob Baffert acknowledged Tuesday morning Kentucky Derby winner Medina Spirit was treated with an anti-fungal ointment called Otomax, which includes betamethasone. Suspicions surrounding Bob Baffert are starting to add up USA TODAY SPORTS See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE...
    Famous songs musicians later regretted 20 mistakes that empty your wallet Essential Quality was destined to be the post-time favorite for Saturday’s Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs, but if you’re wondering why his odds are so low it has to do with a Houston businessman with a lot of money. Which horse have the best chance to win the...
    California man who died in custody was restrained on his stomach for 5 minutes and lost consciousness, police body camera shows NYC mayoral candidates outline steps to help writers reeling from COVID, economic woes The draw for the $3 million, Grade 1 Kentucky Derby was held Tuesday morning at Churchill Downs.  © Pat McDonogh / Courier Journal Kentucky Derby favorite...
    Vaccinated parents, unvaccinated kids. A Covid quandary Transgender icon Caitlyn Jenner to run for California governor Former Kentucky basketball guard Terrence Clarke died Thursday in a car accident in Los Angeles. Amazing Device Lights Up Countertops And Fixes Dark Kitchens Ad Microsoft ...
    More On: murder Woman accused of execution-style murder caught on camera felt ‘enough was enough,’ sister says Ex-Marine accused of killing estranged wife in Australia Spanish ‘cannibal’ accused of killing mom, feeding her to the dog Teen couple charged with murdering girl’s father in Las Vegas A Kentucky mother allegedly tried to cut out her 10-year-old son’s tongue before...
    LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Kentucky’s largest newspaper says its 74-year-old building in downtown Louisville is for sale. The Courier Journal building, constructed in 1947 at 525 W. Broadway, was put on the market Friday with an asking price of $17 million, according to Aidan Cleghorn, a partner with commercial real estate broker BellCornerstone, which is handling the sale. ...
    If you spend a lot of time in the world of LGBTQ+ politics, you probably know that certain phrases trigger concern. For example, “sexual preference,” “homosexual,” and “homosexual marriage” tend to evoke a special kind of pause. One such recent example of just that phrase? As reported by the Courier Journal, a sign hangs in the window of Aries Tax Service...
    Owners of pubs and restaurants in Kentucky have filed a lawsuit in state court to stop their governor from issuing more executive orders in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The lawsuit filed Monday by the Pacific Legal Foundation (PLF) — which is representing the businesses — asked the court to compel Democratic Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear to abide by the...
    Three grand jurors in the Breonna Taylor case filed a petition with the Kentucky state government calling for the impeachment of Attorney General Daniel Cameron for mischaracterizing their findings, it was revealed said Friday. The petition, which was filed Friday, alleges Cameron failed in his duties and breached public trust for his handling of the case, the Louisville...
    Three grand jurors in the Breonna Taylor case were among those who filed a petition Friday with Kentucky’s House of Representatives calling for Republican Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron to be impeached. The petitioners levied three allegations against Cameron, including one related to the Jan. 6 riot. They alleged that Cameron helped incite the Jan. 6 riot at the Capitol...
    A group of protesters gather in the street in a march to the Breonna Taylor memorial at Jefferson Square Park on October 10, 2020 in Louisville, Kentucky. Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron filed a motion on Wednesday asking the Jefferson County Circuit Court to dismiss a juror's request to speak publicly about the proceedings of Taylor's case. Jon Cherry/Getty Images...
    The mayor of a small Kentucky city was arrested Tuesday night and charged with driving under the influence after hitting another car and crashing into a pole, according to local outlets.  Beverly Chester-Burton, mayor of Shively, Kentucky, crashed into a pole around 11:00 p.m. Tuesday night, according to the Louisville Courier Journal. Louisville Metro Police told the outlet they found...
    LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — A third Kentucky police officer who was involved with a now-defunct youth mentoring program pleaded guilty Monday to sexually abusing a juvenile female in the group. Former Louisville Metro Police Officer Brad Schuhmann, 32, admitted in U.S. District Court in Louisville that he sexually abused a minor in the Explorer Scout Program in 2010, The Courier-Journal...
    A red Make America Great Again hat sits atop of a rack with camouflage and patriotic hats at a Trump campaign rally in Montoursville, Pennsylvania, on May 20, 2019. Bastiaan Slabbers/NurPhoto via Getty Images The husband-and-wife owners of two restaurants in Louisville, Kentucky, decided to extend an "olive branch" to supporters of President Donald Trump after his loss...
    FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — The State Journal is asking Kentucky's Attorney General to find that the City of Frankfort violated the Open Meetings Act in the lead up to firing the former city manager. The move comes after the paper asked the Frankfort City Commission to acknowledge that it had violated the Act by holding a series of less-than-quorum meetings...
    Breonna Taylor: Activists demanding justice for Breonna Taylor protested on Kentucky Derby Day These restaurant chains are unveiling new designs inspired by the pandemic Despite injured assistant, scratched horse and tumble, trainer Bob Baffert wins Kentucky Derby again LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Authentic may have won the 146th Kentucky Derby in wire-to-wire fashion, but for trainer Bob Baffert, it was...
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