After a long, anxious wait, a school discovers much anticipated test scores
At Fern Creek High School, 2:20 unfolds in predictable sequence: bells ring; a chattering surge of 1,300 students dressed in the school’s orange and black press through doors into the parking
Hoops domination returns to the region with #1 Indiana, #2 Louisville and #3 Kentucky
There’s something magical about this time of year, and it has nothing to do with the vibrant leaves, crisp autumn air or impending holiday season.
The Cards are primed to resume their rightful place on the NCAA throne
It’s in the Cards.
The University of Louisville will win the 2013 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament.
Shelli Yoder faces steep climb to defeat incumbent Todd Young in Indiana’s increasingly conservative 9th District
If the Democratic Party has any hope of taking back the majority from Republicans in the House of Representatives this election, Indiana’s 9th District — stretching fro
What if Republicans take the State House?
For 91 years, the Democratic Party has held majority control of Kentucky’s state House, but many Republicans are optimistic that this era could come to an end after the Nov. 6 election.
Renowned African-American Studies professor Robin D.G. Kelley first met civil rights pioneer Anne Braden while researching his first book in the late 1980s.
It’s that old NCAA feeling, back home again in Indiana
Julia Meek knows exactly where she was when Christian Watford sank the dramatic three-pointer that lifted Indiana to a 73-72 upset of No. 1 ranked Kentucky last December: She was there!
Coach Calipari’s formula for success might very well turn a bridge year into a winning season for the Wildcats
By now it’s just inertia.
Thomas Massie strives to carry the Tea Party torch to Congress, while Bill Adkins tries his best to stop him
For over two decades, Sen.
Kirt Jacobs (R)