The world has lost an icon, an activist, an entertainer, and one of the best athletes of all time in Louisville native Muhammad Ali. Hundreds if not thousands of stories will be told, but one of them is truly unforgettable, when he made a surprise appearance at the 1996 Summer Olympic Games in Atlanta to light the final torch.
I came across one of my nephew's old Guinness Books of World Records the other day. He used to get them every year for Christmas. He loved 'em. And he'll still spout factoids from them from time to time.
The University of Kentucky basketball team is becoming the Great American Melting Pot. Within the week, Coach John Calipari hopes to have 6'10" New Zealand forward Tai Wynyard on the team and playing. HOPES to have.
Kids say the darndest things. And sometimes, through their innocence, they can simplify and paint a crystal clear picture of an insanely complicated world. That's exactly what happened this week in Ryan Nowak's 5th grade class at Saint Wendel Catholic School in Wadesville, IN. Mr. Nowak challenged his students to write argumentative paragraphs answering the question, "Should Syrian refugee
Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear has directed that flags at all state office buildings be lowered to half-staff today (11/16) through Thursday (11/19) at sunset in honor of the victims of the terrorist attacks in Paris, France last Friday.
With the Paris terrorist attacks over, many Americans are wanting to know if their family, friends, and loved ones are safe. One such group from Owensboro is in Paris, the Golden Partners senior citizen group. They are affiliated with the Owensboro HealthPark.
Earlier this week, the United States, Iran and five other world powers came to an agreement about Iran's nuclear program. One of the biggest critics of the agreement is Israel, particularly Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Israel's Ambassador to the United States, Ron Dermer, discussed the issues that most concern Israel in an interview.