|Favorite Justify finishes first at Kentucky Derby on wettest race day|
Added: 05.05.2018 23:56 | 3 views | 0 comments
Race favorite Justify, ridden by Mike Smith, finishes first in the 144th Kentucky Derby at Louisville's Churchill Downs. Justify is trained by Bob Baffert, who has four previous Derby wins. The race was the wettest in the event's history as more than 2.8 inches of rain fell Saturday.
|Warned he'd die by 10, he just graduated|
Added: 14.05.2017 9:30 | 109 views | 0 comments
On Saturday, 29-year-old Ryan Dant walked across the stage in his cap and gown as he graduated from his dream school, the University of Louisville.
|Not expected to live past 10, he graduates college this week|
Added: 12.05.2017 11:10 | 101 views | 0 comments
On Saturday, 29-year-old Ryan Dant will walk across the stage in his cap and gown as he graduates from his dream school, the University of Louisville.
|Always Dreaming wins Kentucky Derby; Thunder Snow falters|
Added: 07.05.2017 0:51 | 112 views | 0 comments
Co-favorite Always Dreaming, ridden by John Velazquez, won the 143rd Kentucky Derby at Louisville's Churchill Downs on Saturday.
|Always Dreaming wins Kentucky Derby|
Added: 07.05.2017 0:05 | 109 views | 0 comments
Always Dreaming, ridden by John Velazquez, finishes first in the 143rd Kentucky Derby at Louisville's Churchill Downs.
|Erin Moran Died Holding Husband's Hand|
Added: 26.04.2017 14:50 | 122 views | 0 comments
Erin Moran died holding her husband's hand.
The 'Happy Days' actress passed away at her home in Indiana on Saturday (22.04.17) and her husband Steven Fleischmann has penned a message about the days leading up to his wife's tragic death.
In an open letter, he wrote: "It got so bad so fast. By the middle of February, Erin could no longer speak or eat or drink. She had a feeding tube implant and i feed her 6 to 8 times a day. She was still happy, she was active, she texted people on her phone all day. On the 21st she was having trouble breathing. She woke up on the 22nd, she was not 100%. She needed Kleenex, so i went to the store and came back. She was there watching T.V in bed.
"I laid down next to her held her right hand in my left. I feel asleep woke up about a hour later still holding her hand and she was gone, she was just gone.. Norton Cancer Institute never said how bad it was.. The coroner told me it was really really bad. It had spread to her spleen, she had alot of fluid in her lungs and part of her brain was infected. The coroner said even if she was in the hospital being pumped full of antibiotics she still would not of made it. He said it was the best that she was with me and went in her sleep (sic).
The message - which was posted on Erin's former co-star Scott Baio's Facebook page - from Steven went on to reveal the pair both thought Erin had bit her tongue before finding out from ear, nose and throat specialists that it was cancer.
He added: "Erin and I met 4/22/1992 and parted ways 4/22/2017. We were planning to go to Thunder Over Louisville to celebrate. She was feeling fine on our anniversary 11-23-2016. Maybe four or five days after we got back Erin woke up and had about a dime size blood stain on her pillowcase. She said I think i bit my tongue. A couple days go by and there's a bigger spot of blood.
"We get like 4 days into December, there's more blood. I get a flashlight and say let me look. It was not her tongue it was her tonsil on the left side. I thought it was tonsillitis. So we went to an ENT who said they wanted to biopsy it. It came back squamous cell carcinoma. She started radiation and chemo. Five days a week radiation and chemo only on Thursdays. We did that the whole time. (sic)"
|Man dragged off overbooked United flight|
Added: 13.04.2017 7:30 | 109 views | 0 comments
Disturbing videos show a man being forcibly removed from a United Airlines flight from Chicago O'Hare International Airport to Louisville, KY, on April 9.
|Crew begins dismantling Confederate monument in Louisville|
Added: 20.11.2016 4:36 | 343 views | 0 comments
A work crew began to dismantle a Confederate monument in Louisville, Kentucky on Saturday, the mayor said, in the latest move to take down or relocate symbols of the slaveholding Southern Confederacy from the American Civil War.