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Louisville sharpens sophisticated defenses for another NCAA run

After an electrifying run to the NCAA national championship last season, winning 16 straight games while vowing not to cut down the nets of any lesser championships along the path to their ul

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For God so loved the gays

Local believers see their faith and LGBT fairness as one and the same

Michael Booth married a woman because he was supposed to.

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Take Me To Your Leader

Facts, Rumors and Political Innuendo

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Council clash

Scandal and infighting remain a fixture of Metro Council Democrats

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Signs of change

When an anti-gay billboard pops up, Louisville’s LGBT community responds in unity

Above the corner of Grinstead and Bardstown in Louisville’s Highlands neighborhood stands a billboard that has surely bewildered many passersby, not to mention angered many who have dec

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Shoni’s the money

Schimmel leads the lady Cardinals into the NCAA tournament

Every few years or so, if a team is lucky, they will land a one-of-a-kind player. One whose presence is felt immediately and often. Their game is quick, smart and well-rounded.

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Helping people is totes easy

From enthusiastic college kids to local government, people are investing in microlending

 Louisvillian Jack DuFour went to Uganda because he wanted to help people. It was 2012.

Inbox — March 12, 2014

Letters to the Editor

Correction

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We don’t like the drugs (but the drugs like us)

Grim highlights from a new report on Kentucky’s drug problems

 A new study has confirmed what most in law enforcement, emergency care and addiction prevention already know: Kentucky has a drug problem, or drug problems, depending on how you look a

Inbox — March 3, 2014

Letters to the Editor

Moving Forward