New documents reveal that a Kentucky police officer who repeatedly made racist remarks on social media only received a slap on the wrist when his bosses discovered his publicly recurring bigotry.
Apparently, astounded that all black children don’t spend their time shooting hoops or exploring new avenues of committing black-on-black crime, the governor of Kentucky regurgitated a small amount of previously digested racism when he declared how surprised he was that black kids could play chess.
Unlike Sarah Huckabee Sanders, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) was able to enjoy his meal of Hungarian goulash and sautéed bat wings before Louisville, Ky., protesters began barking, “Where are the babies, Mitch”?!
Louisville, Ky., Metro police are investigating the shooting death of a 7-year-old boy who was killed by a stray bullet while eating a piece of cake at the kitchen table in his home.
The Louisville (Ky.) Metro Police Department has released body-camera video showing the shooting of an unarmed black man that occurred almost immediately after an officer shouted at him to put his hands up.
Duke guard Grayson Allen is a thug.
The Jefferson Mall in Louisville, Ky., is planning to ban a woman who was caught on video hurling racist remarks at two Hispanic customers, the Lexington Herald-Leader reports.
University of Louisville sophomore quarterback Lamar Jackson won his school’s first Heisman Trophy on Saturday night, USA Today reports.
Thanksgiving Day ended in tragedy when two people were shot and killed and four others wounded at an annual turkey-day football game in Louisville, Ky. Relatives and friends of the dead and wounded could be seen crying inconsolably on video taken by media outlets.
In a sad story making its rounds on social media, a black woman who appears to be wearing no pants for a court date gets serious backing from the judge—a woman—she stood before, a jurist who was truly irate at the state of her appearance.
The final funeral service for "the Greatest," Muhammad Ali, will be held Friday at 2 p.m. EDT, and former President Bill Clinton, comedian Billy Crystal and journalist Bryant Gumbel will present eulogies, PBS Newshour reports.
The family of boxer and humanitarian Muhammad Ali will celebrate the beloved icon Thursday with a private ceremony in Louisville, Ky. There will also be a service on Friday in Ali’s hometown, one that will be open to all, according to a family spokesman.