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Pride Week at U of L

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Access Denied

Kentucky ranks among the most restrictive in the country regarding access to abortion, particularly for low-income and rural women

On Market Street in downtown Louisville every Saturday morning, outside of the last remaining full-time abortion clinic in Kentucky, the culture wars remain in effect and in high gear.


Wasteful emissions

McConnell and Grimes fight new EPA rules and each other

The Environmental Protection Agency released new rules to regulate the carbon dioxide emissions of newly constructed power plants on Friday, which supporters say will help combat climate chan

Inbox — Sept. 25, 2013

Letters to the Editor

Exposing Art


Your neighborhood sex trade

A survivor of human trafficking speaks about the unthinkable horrors she endured and her mission to save others from them

Theresa Flores was a promising 15-year-old when the guy she had a crush on offered her a ride home.


Closet companions

LGBT acceptance is going mainstream. Where does that leave one of the city’s oldest ally groups?

Before the march, the group was nervous. The man holding the flag feared he might get shot. Others worried there would be counter-protesters who might get physical. It was June 27, 1987.

Inbox — Oct. 2, 2013

Letters to the Editor

Bold and Brave


A home for hackers

One entrepreneur’s new hostel is the latest sign that Louisville’s tech community is getting stronger every day

Halfway through a detailed explanation of the cost-saving measures he and his wife took during their renovation of a rundown shotgun house in Portland, Richard Meadows interrupts himself and scramb

Inbox — Sept. 18, 2013

Letters to the Editor

Limited Expression


Faking the funk?

West End leaders split on Rand Paul’s outreach to the African-American community