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Beginning Thursday, the city of Louisville will host the 39th National Veterans Wheelchair Games. With 19 competitive events from weightlifting to hand cycling, the games are a rehabilitation competition giving our nation’s heroes the chance to engage and build supportive relationships with their fellow veterans. more
One of my cars from the teenage years – the Volkswagen Beetle – ceases production Wednesday. The final edition version of the Beetle, which looks far different than the one that got me around, will roll off the line and into a museum. more
My first summer job was as a certified lifeguard at the public pool. That summer was much like this one, dampened by the all too frequent thunderstorms and deluges of rain. more
I applaud the recent ruling by the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Cincinnati, Ohio. On June 28, they put an end to an appeal of a 2017 Kentucky law which requires doctors to perform ultrasounds and show fetal images to mothers before they make their final decision to abort their baby. more
The Age of Information is being nicknamed the “Age of Distraction,” and wouldn’t you agree? more
Last summer, a Laurel Sheriff's Office deputy noticed a white substance in the back seat of his cruiser. He had busted a drug peddler and transported the criminal to jail. Within minutes of exposure to the powder, the deputy became lightheaded and dizzy. more
As a daughter of a baseball coach, sister of a baseball star, and wife of a gold glover, I’ve spent more than a little time watching America’s greatest pastime. I’ve cheered for plenty of record-breakers, tiebreakers, and heartbreakers, but my favorite was when a fire broke out in right field. more
The time has come to address Kentucky’s aging and inadequate roads and bridges. The commonwealth is home to nearly 14,000 bridges and 80,000 miles of roadway, and they are in terrible shape. more
I've fallen suspect to the fiddle-leaf fad. more
With the release of the Annie E. Casey Foundation’s 2019 national KIDS COUNT Data Book, champions for children can find lots of “shouldn’ts,” and “impossibles.” more
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