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Teen with type 1 diabetes wins scholarship

An 18-year-old from Lawrenceburg knows exactly what it's like to suffer from type one diabetes.

Program touts franchise opportunities for minorities, women

The Yum Center for Global Franchise Excellence will create the first business program of its kind at a public university.

State tackling findings of UofL child trafficking study with $1 million federal grant

Project PIVOT identifies opportunities for education, training, policy development

Toyota investing $1.7 million to help diversify engineering workforce

New scholarship program to increase equitable access to engineering degrees for minority students

Kentucky women authors share stories of struggle and hope

UofL Women’s Center sponsors 15th annual Kentucky Women’s Book Festival

UofL exploring outdoor May commencement exercises

UofL commencement exercises are usually held inside at the downtown YUM! Center. 

UofL begins distributing CARES Act funding to students

Money reimbursed to students for second semester.

Lexington native selected as general counsel at UofL

Angela Curry will assume the general counsel position April 1

Saturday’s Cats v Cards game attracts less Lexington bar traffic than usual

Lexington bars get less foot traffic even during the big UK versus UL game Saturday.

Kroger partners with UK, UofL to end hunger this holiday season

UofL, UK join Kroger in Do What You Can Food Bag drive

UofL names Alice Houston Alumna of the Year, 13 Alumni Fellows

Group to be celebrated virtually with web videos beginning Oct. 6

Breonna Taylor Memorial Walk set for Friday

Organized by University of Louisville's Office of the President's Commission on Diversity and Racial Equality

Tates Creek basketball coach reacts to shooting death of former player

Coaches, teachers and classmates mourn the loss of Mykel Waide who was shot to death over the weekend.

UPDATE: Police need help in shooting that took former Tates Creek player

The Fayette County coroner says 18-year old Mykel Waide was killed in the 1000 block of Newtown Pike.

Life after COVID-19? A futurist predicts future of restaurant industry

People have had a lot of questions during the pandemic. One of the most common? What will life after COVID-19 look like?

From the ‘Thinker’ to TikTok dances, Louisville students graduate

The marching band performed via videoconference. And Rodin’s iconic “The Thinker” statue appeared in students’ living rooms for photo opps.

Louisville football signee shot and killed in Florida

Louisville football signee Dexter Rentz Jr. was shot and killed in Orlando Saturday night, according to police.

University of Louisville receives $4 million federal grant

The University of Louisville received a nearly $4 million federal grant to support its apprenticeship program.

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