- By Joe Sonka | Posted on March 4, 2019
Sen. Mitch McConnell announced Monday morning that President Donald Trump would request more than $400 million in his upcoming budget to “fully fund” the construction of the replacement Veterans Affairs medical facility in Louisville, which was first proposed over a decade ago. The Senate...
In Other News … McConnell’s new Congress and the shutdown, Jackson becomes youngest QB to make playoffs, the great Lawrence Port-a-Potty incidentBy Kyle Ware | Posted on January 4, 2019
In Session: The 116th Congress convened Thursday, says CNN and The New York Times. As many predicted, the House elected Nancy Pelosi as its new Speaker and later in the day, also as predicted, tackled the shutdown by voting on two measures to reopen...
- By Kyle Ware | Posted on December 28, 2018
Happy soon-to-be New Year, friends! 2018 may be closing on a sour note, what with the government shutdown and the stock market volatility and political turmoil and such, it’s true. So with that in mind, let’s take a last look at 2018 and high...
In Other News…Election 2018, Louisville football’s ‘rock bottom,’ Feast in USA Today, Lawrence named coach of the yearBy Kyle Ware | Posted on November 9, 2018
Tuesday was election night here in the U.S. and it went down in many ways as predicted in Kentucky and nationally, plus UofL football and Lawrence.
In Other News … Kroger shooting, McConnell’s dinner interrupted, Mandee McKelvey profiled, Lawrence’s date nightBy Kyle Ware | Posted on October 26, 2018
Gregory Bush was charged with two counts of murder and at least 10 counts of wanton endangerment. The preliminary hearing will be on Nov. 5.
- By Kyle Ware | Posted on October 19, 2018
Jennifer Lawrence has been popping up all over the country to lend her voice on some key issues. So far, she's taken on Memphis, Detroit and Denver.
In Other News … McConnell pushes Kavanaugh vote, Papa John’s potential sale, Lawrence’s ‘Dark Phoenix’ trailerBy Kyle Ware | Posted on September 28, 2018
Mitch McConnell will go ahead with the committee vote on Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh on Friday. A full vote could take place next week.
In Other News … Papa John’s saga continues, McConnell and Trump’s judges, Will Oldham stands in for Colonel Oldham, Lawrence turns 28By Kyle Ware | Posted on August 17, 2018
Workplace Giving: More Papa John’s news as the saga enters week six, as the pizza chain gives money back to its franchisees and institutions continue to give money back to founder John Schnatter’s foundation in exchange for taking his name off of things. Forbes,...
- By Joe Sonka | Posted on July 26, 2018
A quarterly tracking survey from the polling firm Morning Consult shows that Gov. Matt Bevin’s approval rating has recently taken a dive in Kentucky, as his once solidified Republican base is now evenly split on his performance as governor. The survey of 6,638 registered...
In Other News … Schnatter says resignation a ‘mistake,’ McConnell walks back Trump, Lawrence’s shoesBy Kyle Ware | Posted on July 20, 2018
Well, That Didn’t Take Long: Last week, Papa John’s founder John Schnatter resigned from the company following a report that he’d used a racial slur on a PR diversity training call. This week, Mr. Schnatter says that resignation was a “mistake,” says CNN, USA...