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Louisville's Jaylen Johnson will stay in draft, hire agent

Louisville junior forward Jaylen Johnson will hire an agent and stay in the NBA draft        

Louisville’s Jaylen Johnson to hire agent, pursue pro career

Louisville is currently projected as the No. 1 team in the country by NBC Sports.

University of Louisville researchers find readiness of public access AEDs alarmingly low

(University of Louisville) Brad Sutton, M.D., and colleagues find that regions where there is a high degree of unregistered automated external defibrillators also show a much greater chance that these devices will fail if needed.

U of L hoops lands UConn transfer

Steven Enoch, a 6-foot-11 center, picks Louisville basketball after a recent visit.        

History could be on Rick Pitino's side in U of L's case with the NCAA

Suspension may be inevitable, but Louisville coach's story could carry weight with Committee on Infractions.        

Louisville starter Mariya Moore will transfer from program

2 days agoNews : USAToday: News

Louisville starting forward Mariya Moore will transfer from the program        

Ohio city's historic St. Helena II canal boat gets face lift

In 1967, a small model of a canal boat sat on a table during lunchtime in the Louisville Sportsmen Club. Then-state legislator Ralph Regula and the late Al Simpson, a … Click to Continue »

Trump's Lawyers Argue That Protesters Have "No Right" to Protest Against Him

Well, this one takes the cake. And I'm not talking about the most beautiful chocolate cake you've ever seen. Donald Trump is being sued for inciting violence at his 2016 Louisville rally at which several African American protesters were assaulted by his fans after he screamed "Get 'em out of here!" from the stage. Show More Summary

U of L expects NCAA ruling in 6-8 weeks

The University of Louisville presented its case to the NCAA's Committee on Infractions on Thursday.        

Should You Give Up Your Seat on an Overbooked Flight?

3 days agoNews : The Lookout

United Airlines caused a stir last week when footage taken by other travelers of local authorities brutally dragging a passenger from his seat before a flight from Chicago to Louisville, Kentucky, went viral. While the company's CEO,...Show More Summary

Louisville officials meet with NCAA Committee on Infractions

Louisville's interim president says the school received a "full and fair review of the facts" after meeting with the NCAA's Committee on Infractions        

Sanders urges Democrats to reach out to Trump supporters

4 days agoNews : Trending Now

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders urged Democrats to reach out to President Donald Trump's supporters to promote a progressive agenda that includes guaranteed health care for all Americans as part of a strategy to rebuild the party.

In China, a Politicized View of the United Airlines Debacle

At around 7 P.M. on April 9th, at Chicago’s O’Hare airport, a police officer who had been summoned to a United Airlines flight heading to Louisville, Kentucky, wrenched an elderly man from his seat and dragged him down the aisle for the crime of refusing to give up the spot he’d paid for. Show More Summary

Louisville’s Jaylen Johnson pleads guilty to marijuana possession

Louisville big man Jaylen Johnson pleaded guilty to possession of marijuana earlier this week.

The Horribly Dehumanizing Language People Use to Describe Babies With Down Syndrome

More than a few times I have drawn attention to the work of Mark W. Leach, an attorney from Louisville, Kentucky. With respect to children prenatally diagnosed with certain genetic conditions such as Down syndrome, he has written as eloquently and as thoughtful about the slide to eugenics as anyone. Mr. Leach once composed a […]

UofL's Greg Postel sends out letter in advance of NCAA Committee on Infractions hearing

Interim University of Louisville president Greg Postel says the school's self-imposed penalties "were appropriate."        

U of L forward Johnson cited for pot possession

Louisville basketball's Jaylen Johnson agreed to pay fine for marijuana possession in Woodford County.        

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