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Muhammad Ali is honoring another iconic athlete who became a forceful voice for civil rights - Jim Brown.
Visitors to the University of Louisville can now access the internet through the ulvisitor network.
A longtime University of Louisville professor will be remembered during a memorial recital featuring performances by his wife and former students.
Clouds and rain have ridden the skies over Louisville for the past 48 hours, but not Thursday.
Community outrage is growing as Louisville Metro Police search for the person who killed a baby girl and sent her young mother to the hospital.
A coroner says a drug overdose caused the death of a University of Louisville cheerleader in July.
The alert was issued from Indianapolis for statewide attention in Indiana. The child involved is one month old, police say.
Exactly one month after a University of Louisville cheerleader was found dead in an apartment, WAVE 3 News is learning new details about how she died.
A local basketball star who led the University of Louisville to its first NCAA championship, returns to his old neighborhood in west Louisville.
Drivers along Interstate 65 are beginning to get a better view of the University of Louisville campus as demolition of the landmark silos on UofL property continues.
A $4.2 million grant from the National Science Foundation will allow the University of Louisville's Conn Center for Renewable Energy and Research to expand its facilities and staff.
Last week, Lamb criticized Louisville Metro councilwoman Attica Scott for a comment she made in connection with the recent unrest in Ferguson... Last week, Lamb criticized Louisville Metro councilwoman Attica Scott for a comment she made in connection with the recent unrest in Ferguson... Teddy Bridgewater says thank you to U of L students in an ad ... (more)
The night the blast obliterated their lives In June 2011, an al-Qaeda bombing shattered an Iraqi family's peaceful life.
The University of Louisville Foundation could break ground by the end of the year on a 225,000-square-foot building that will anchor the Belknap Engineering and Applied Sciences Research Park on U of L's Belknap Campus.
News of renewed violence and airstrikes in her native Iraq brings the whole terrible nightmare back: the crash of a wall collapsing on her sleeping family.
Updated: Sat Aug 30, 2014 12:15 pm
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