I hate that we have to spend good money this way, but I dislike unsightly graffiti vandalism more.
Do our towns have the freedom to be anything we envision for our communal future?
If you’re a Democratic senator desperately trying to block the confirmation to the Supreme Court of a rock solid judge like Brett Kavanaugh, and you have no ammunition left, what can you do to stop his appointment?
If you’ve wanted to help our friends in the Carolinas, but don’t know what to do, help the Red Cross help them
On this anniversary of nine eleven, what happened to the unity we had 17 years ago?
His death will leave a hole - not just at the track, but also in our community and across the entire racing world.
When the Russians invaded eastern Ukraine, the first thing they did after gaining control was storm the newspapers and television stations, shutting them down.
This past season, SummerWorks and its employer-partners made jobs possible for more than 6,200 young people.
I can’t believe we’re still talking about pedophile priests in the Catholic Church, but we are.
This year, WDRB is going to be at the fair for all 11 days in the South Wing - Lobby B.
Apparently my defense of the media last week has hit a nerve, so I will continue with the third of three parts.
The next time you hear ANYONE insist some new revelation is "Fake News," consider the source. And its motives.
The great minds that founded our country created the three branches of government, wrote the Constitution and the first 10 amendments to the Constitution called the Bill of Rights.
We are eager to cast the first stone, even if we have plenty of our own sins.
Can the struggling newspaper business survive the latest blow from the U.S. government?
U.S. Senator Mitch McConnell says he will not be intimidated by "far-left extremists" here in Louisville calling for the abolition of ICE.
It's always nice when Kentucky can lead the nation, especially with something this positive.
For whatever reason, Mr. Trump is allying himself with a nation that has repeatedly sworn to bury us.
Whomever one party nominates for a Supreme Court position, the other party will always oppose.
I believe that JCPS has a duty to treat all neighborhoods equally, and that my children have the same right to be taught by veteran teachers as anyone else.
With the announced retirement of Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy, President Trump will have an opportunity to shape the court for generations to come, and the Democrats are obviously not happy. I can't blame them.
My first Laurel goes to UPS and its Metropolitan College program, but a Dart goes to U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.
If everyone in our community gave just $10, we could more than double the number of opportunities for our children, families, artists, and the entire community.
Contrary to the claims of liberals, President Trump didn't create this mess.
The so-called 1115 waiver, dubbed “Kentucky HEALTH,” is set to kick in starting July 1.
I've got something to say that should make me sound like Mr. Obvious, but I promise you, it needs to be said.
If the state takeover of JCPS succeeds, one person, not elected -- who does not have any responsibility to the people of Jefferson County -- will have the power to make all those decisions and more.
As a parent, I know that means no more after-school commitments, late-night homework fights and parent-teacher conferences until the fall.
Time for a new Point of View feature called, "How Clueless Do You Have to Be?"
One promising idea during Kentucky’s recent legislative session was a change in the state’s sales tax law.