Trial will begin Monday in the case of a woman charged with trying to extort University of Louisville basketball coach Rick Pitino
Paul: Tea Party gives ‘open mike’ for unhappy voters
Private social clubs are reluctant to integrate in spite of civil rights laws
Kentucky man jailed for masturbating in store in front of patrons and then continuing it in a phone booth
Kentucky man was charged with murder and sodomy after his girlfriend’s body was found in his home
The colt is named for the late husband of weight loss maven Jenny Craig, who plans to attend Saturday’s Kentucky Derby
There are only few places where you can experience the aura of another era. Churchill Downs is one of them
Why Obama won’t beat Palin in 2012 - Daily Caller Opinion
Here’s a hint: Because she’s not running!
Big East sifts through the wreckage - Philadelphia Inquirer
Villanova, a second seed, and Pittsburgh, a third seed, were bounced in the second round. Four teams went one-and-out, with Georgetown, a third seed, knocked out by 14th-seeded Ohio
It is quite possible that with the media playing their siren’s song, her fans chanting “run, Sarah, run!,” her obsequious advisors hoping for campaign jobs, and with the specter of being the first female nominated for president tantalizingly within her grasp, the temptation may just be too great for her or any other human to resist. If she is able to do so, it will forever prove that media’s narrative about her could not be more wrong.
Big East tourney: Post-season redemption for bubble teams - The New York Post
Connecticut is used to drama at the Big East Tournament, just not this kind
On pot watch - THAINDIAN NEWS
A group of police officers were escorting a transfer truck carrying more than 1700 pounds of marijuana when the marijuana mysteriously disappeared
The NCAA tournament is less than two months away. The greatest bubble in sports is beginning to form, and questions are emerging. Did Connecticut not do enough out-of-conference?