BHM: The Cookie Lady speaks about her black history

Elizabeth Kizito, "The Cookie Lady," tells her personal stories about being an African-American, an immigrant and a business-owner.

Protesters on JCPS property disrupt Friday morning

Anti-gay, anti-abortion protesters had to be shooed off campus by administrators Friday morning.

Fischer hosts Rally for American Values

On Monday, a rally against President Trump's "Muslim Ban" was held in Downtown Louisville.

CSPN TV: Dr. Wieck on teacher pension fund and lawsuit against...

Learn about a lawsuit filed by Dr. Wieck against the state of Kentucky.

Kind Fair unifies Louisville in solidarity for social progress

In the aftermath of the presidential election, Louisville joined together to celebrate women's rights, diversity and opportunities to initiate social change in the years to come.

University of Louisville at risk of losing its accreditation

After an overhaul of the board of trustees, a circuit court case and a new Senate bill one of Louisvilleā€™s two public universities has been put in jeopardy, which may affect Manual students in the future.

Photography by Manual students from all magnets

J&C and VA are not the only magnets that have students interested in photography; these students from all over the school share their works.

Muhammad Ali continues to inspire Louisville community

The Louisville community came together to celebrate Ali's 75th birthday.

Muhammad Ali tribute exhibit opens

A new art exhibit opened at the Muhammad Ali Center in honor of the legend.

Things To Do: Martin Luther King Jr. Week

A guide to events in Louisville in celebration of MLK Day.