Is the online dating site Seeking Arrangement a sign of romance’s death, or just a new face on an old phenomenon?
It is often said that romance, as we know it, is dead.
Book sheds new light on Louisville’s role in ending school desegregation
Louisville native, journalist and author Sarah Garland’s new book chronicles the lengthy legal battle waged by black parents and activists against Jefferson County Public Schools that culmina
Facts, rumors and political innuendo: The hemp edition
This year’s Kentucky General Assembly session began in full yesterday after a month-long hiatus, though there appears to be no hiatus to the partisan impasse between the chambers on three iss
Letters to the editor
Ed Hart secures deal with the state to reopen Kentucky Kingdom: ‘Barring an act of God, I think we’re ready to go.’
Nearly three years after the bankrupt Six Flags closed Kentucky Kingdom, it now appears the operator who built the park to its peak in the 1990s will have a crack at reopening the amusement park ne
A biological and psychological look at heartache and how to heal
Breaking up is one of life’s painful slaps across the face.
After two years and a federal investigation, concerns remain about fatal Rubbertown blast
It was 5:40 in the evening, and Mike Lehn was on break.
A look at guns in Kentucky and the political debate surrounding the Second Amendment
Less than two weeks after the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., business is booming 800 miles away here at the Louisville Gun and Knife Show.
Letters to the Editor
U of L sign-language interpreter program off to a rocky start due to strict state regulations
Instead of passing notes in junior high school, Amy McDonald used sign language.