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UK has bigger fan turnout over U of L in KSP seat belt challenge

UK and UL football fans showed their team spirit while helping reduce highway deaths this holiday season at two special events in Lexington and Louisville on Tuesday, Nov. 20.

Yarmuth pledges $10,000 to UofL student newspaper

FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) - Democratic Congressman John Yarmuth has pledged $10,000 to support the University of Louisville's student newspaper. The gift kicks off a fundraising...

Ex-officials sued by U of L want school to cover legal costs

Three former officials of the University of Louisville Foundation are seeking to have their legal expenses covered in a lawsuit against them.

University of Louisville sues former president Ramsey

The University of Louisville and its foundation have sued the school's former president and other officials in a lawsuit claiming they conspired to divert millions of dollars from the foundation's endowment.

Chuck Schumer to speak at U of L February 12th

Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer to speak at U of L Feb. 12.

U of L student shot and killed

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WTVQ)- A woman is dead after a shooting in Louisville. Louisville metro police say 20-year-old U of L student Savannah Walker died and five...

News organization sues UofL Foundation over records

WFPL-FM's Kentucky Center for Investigative Reporting has filed a lawsuit against the University of Louisville Foundation to force the release of documents.

UPDATE: Judge says Beshear can sue Bevin over UofL board

A state judge says Kentucky's Democratic Attorney General can sue the state's Republican governor over his decision to abolish the University of Louisville board of trustees.

U of L awarded grant for alcohol research center

The University of Louisville says researchers at the school have received a nearly $8 million grant from the National Institutes of Health for an alcohol research center.

UofL project to improve father relationships receives $4.9M

An associate professor at the University of Louisville is leading a project to help noncustodial fathers develop meaningful family relationships and become more engaged parents.

Surgeon: Budget, staffing cuts make UofL hospital unsafe

A leading University of Louisville surgeon says staffing cuts by KentuckyOne health at U of L Hospital have made it "unsafe" for the care of seriously ill and injured patients

Surgeon: Budget, staffing cuts make UofL hospital unsafe

Surgeon says staffing cuts by KentuckyOne health at U of L Hospital have made it "unsafe" for the care of seriously ill and injured patients.

Judge temporarily blocks removal of Confederate monument

A judge has temporarily barred the city of Louisville from removing a 70-foot-tall Confederate monument from the University of Louisville campus.

College students advised to make sure mumps vaccine current

Kentucky health officials are urging parents of college students to make sure their children are up-to-date on their mumps vaccination.

University of Louisville apologizes after president, staffers pose in Mexican costumes

The University of Louisville has apologized after a photo surfaced showing President James Ramsey among a group of staffers at a Halloween party dressed in stereotypical Mexican costumes.

UofL provost stepping down

The University of Louisville's second-ranking official is stepping down from her job.

Author to speak at U of L on popularity of Mexican cuisine

An author who is working on a project about Mexican restaurants in Kentucky will speak next month in Louisville on the popularity of Mexican cuisine.

Kentucky Poet Laureate Frank X. Walker to give reading

Kentucky Poet Laureate Frank X. Walker will read from his work next month at the University of Louisville as part of a reading series put on by the English department's creative writing program.

Retired pilot, investor giving $12.6 M to U of L

A retired Louisville pilot and investor is giving $6.3 million to the University of Louisville School of Music for its jazz studies program.

University of Louisville gets grant for teacher training

The University of Louisville has received a $1.2 million federal grant to boost the number of teachers certified to work with special-needs children.

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Politicians mourn Ruth Bader Ginsburg, offer opinions on nomination process

Soon after news of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's death Friday evening, Kentuckians started issuing statements, celebrating her life and offering opinions on how she should be succeeded on the bench.