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The new commemorative Maker's Mark bottles showing the face of University of Louisville's athletic director Tom Jurich are on sale now.
Ellen de Graffenreid, senior vice president for communications at Brandeis University in Waltham, Mass., has been named vice chancellor of marketing and communications at MU, effective Sept.
IT'S LOUISVILLE'S FIRST MICROFACTORY AND IT OFFICIALLY OPENED FOR BUSINESS TODAY ON THE UNIVERSITY OF LOUISVILLE CAMPUS.
The new bishop of the Christian Methodist Episcopal Church is being honored in a reception tonight at the University of Louisville.
According to court documents, James Ford would actually do the force-feeding, and Brittany Herbst -- the child's mother -- would help.
Barely three months after General Electric and the University of Louisville announced that a vacant warehouse would house an innovative microfactory for research and development, FirstBuild is open.
Benjamin Rogers, son of Don and Alecia Rogers of Auburn, graduated from the University of Louisville Medical School on May 10, 2014.
GE is teaming up with the University of Louisville to open the city's first "microfactory."
General Electric's FirstBuild initiative now has a place to fabricate its crowd-sourced, next-gen appliances.
DEAR ANNIE: I have been married to "Sherman" for 10 years. It's a second marriage for both of us, and together, we have five children.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. The University of Louisville Men's Basketball program received a huge announcement Sunday as a Trinity High School star decided he'll suit up for the Cardinals.
Anderson allegedly told officers she contemplated killing the boy with a knife or a rope, and ultimately decided to kill the boy with the rope.
University of Louisville athletic director Tom Jurich is getting his own Maker's Mark bottle, according to this report in USA Today .
From an early age, many people are often taught help is just a phone call away. Thanks to ever developing technology, however, smart phone apps have made getting help as simple as tapping the screen of a smart phone.
Ray Harig posed with his daughter Mickayla, who was seriously injured in a June 22 car crash in Hardin Co.
Kentucky needs to change the way it distributes wealth across the state if it wants to change its economic position in the country.
Updated: Fri Jul 25, 2014 01:32 pm
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