Tonight in Louisville, a national award will be presented to college football’s most versatile player. It’s called the Paul Hornung Award, named for the Louisville native who excelled at several positions during Hall of Fame careers at Notre Dame and the Green Bay Packers in the 1950s and 60s. For Hornung, this Super Bowl week… Continue reading In Depth: Paul Hornung Recalls Super Bowl I; Hornung Award To Be Presented Tonight
From the Associated Press: Indiana has become the first Rust Belt state to enact the contentious right-to-work labor law prohibiting labor contracts that require workers to pay union representation fees. Republican Gov. Mitch Daniels signed the bill today after it passed the Senate following weeks of discord that saw House Democrats boycott the legislature and… Continue reading Daniels Signs “Right-To-Work” Bill Into Law
As preparations continue for February’s Super Bowl in Indianapolis, state lawmakers will try to move quickly on legislation that would impose tougher penalties for human trafficking. Governor Mitch Daniels says he’ll support any measure that severely punishes anyone who promotes teenage prostitution during Super Bowl festivities or any other time. “The number one destination for… Continue reading With Super Bowl Looming, Lawmakers Hope To Toughen Sex Trafficking Laws
A group of Kentucky friends are trying to raise enough money to run an advertisement about the commonwealth during next year’s Super Bowl, but it’ll take a lot of people who love Hunter S. Thompson, bourbon and bluegrass to make it work. The project is on the website Kickstarter, where projects pitched and funded through… Continue reading Group Tries Promoting Kentucky on Super Bowl Sunday
The Kentucky Council on Problem Gambling’s Mike Stone says Super Bowl Sunday is sometimes referred to as the gambler’s New Year’s Eve, because that’s when many resolve to stop betting, after one last wager on the game.