The Brown Cancer Center in Louisville is about to launch a trial of a therapy never tried before.
Investigation suggests elected jailer of LaRue County told inmates to lie, say man who was beaten used racial slur
The move comes less than three weeks after federal investigators tied Pitino’s program to a scheme to pay recruits.
The company planning to build a state-of-the-art aluminum plant in eastern Kentucky, with the help of a $15 million investment by state taxpayers, has only one other shareholder besides state government who is “domiciled” in the Commonwealth, according to its chairman and CEO.
If the offers are formally approved for three properties Kentucky bought for the Ohio River Bridges Project, the state stands to recoup just $2.425 million of its original $13.5 million investment.
“(Percy) Brown’s allegations, if true, are deeply disturbing,” Judge David Hale said in his order. “As pleaded here, however, they fail to state a plausible claim for relief.”
Eric Crawford examines Tom Jurich's time at Louisville, both financially and otherwise, and considers his future after interim university president Greg Postel placed him on paid administrative leave.
Two recent scandals in the University of Louisville men’s basketball program show “a pattern” of “inappropriate behavior” that justifies firing head coach Rick Pitino, the university’s interim president wrote in a letter to Pitino dated Tuesday.
The mother was “encouraged” by the “head of the Explorer program not to tell anyone about the situation.“He wanted to keep it under the radar,” according to the records released in the criminal investigation of former officers Kenneth Betts and Brandon Wood.
Today’s University of Louisville Foundation is “unrecognizable” from the free-spending, opaque organization that existed under former U of L President James Ramsey. That was the message the foundation’s interim executive director, Keith Sherman, had.
The privately held Louisville City FC soccer team released a complete list of its owners Thursday as the Metro Council continues to consider borrowing $30 million to put toward a stadium for the team in Butchertown.
In response to ACLU lawsuit, Gov. Matt Bevin's attorneys argue citizens do not have a constitutional right to “drown out the Governor’s message by hijacking his social media accounts with their own commentary.”
“They are just punching him, beating the s--- out of him,” said a man recording the arrest of Lewis Lyttle. “Four cops for one man, and as old as he is.”
A total solar eclipse has not been visible in the U.S. since 1979, but a town in Kentucky could be the best place in the world to catch a glimpse.