Local believers see their faith and LGBT fairness as one and the same
Michael Booth married a woman because he was supposed to.
How Louisville and Kentucky compare to recent Final Four teams
In an attempt to describe what a recent Final Four team looks like from a statistical perspective, and how these analyses might help predict the post-season performances of both Kentucky and
Hidden camera shows yearlong discharge of coal ash waste into the Ohio River
Facts, Rumors and Political Innuendo
Scandal and infighting remain a fixture of Metro Council Democrats
The University of Kentucky Wildcats Men’s Basketball team fell out of the top 25 in the AP Poll on the final vote of the regular season.
We make our picks
LEO Weekly asked Chuck Nalevanko, former U of L player and retired Seneca High basketball coach, for his observations and predictions on the upcoming NCAA basketball tournament.
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.
Letters to the Editor
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