Inbox — Nov. 13, 2013

Letters to the Editor

Dearly in Debt

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Dunk Dynasty

Can the reformulated Cardinals keep it cooking?

Don’t worry about Louisville. The 2013-14 Cardinals will be fine now that Chane Behanan has worked his way out of coach Rick Pitino’s doghouse and rejoined the team.

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Take Me To Your Leader

Facts, rumors and political innuendo

As we wrote here last week, a great deal of mystery surrounds the once-estimated $5 million the Louisville Arena Authority still owes the Kentucky State Fair Board — a tab amassed throu

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A touch of madness

Hugh Haynie, the man behind the city’s most memorable editorial cartoons, was as animated as the political figures he drew

Driving a pale primrose 1966 Jaguar E-Type around town is the opposite of subtle, so Hugh Haynie had to use a decoy whenever he wanted to be discreet.

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Column: Fun with Shrapnel

Ah, new digs!

Let’s pretend, dear reader, that we’re old friends. I mean, we sort of are (old friends), and I’m going to tell you a lot of stories about maybe familiar people.

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An app for Mary

A senseless murder in Louisville in 1993 sparked the creation of the country’s first automatic notification system about offenders; 20 years later, that system takes another technological step forward

On Dec. 6, 1993, Mary Byron and her parents didn’t know the justice system well enough.

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The circus is in town

The return of Kentucky Basketball

When last season’s Kentucky basketball season came to an end in a small gym to an anonymous college in downtown Pittsburgh, most UK fans took the loss surprisingly well.

Inbox — Nov. 6, 2013

Letters to the Editor

Hail Humana

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Shuffling the debt

Arena Authority scrambles for financial solvency ahead of Standard & Poor’s report

The financially troubled KFC Yum!

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Protection is in order

Kentucky moves closer to expanding domestic violence protections for dating partners

Throughout Kentucky every year, thousands of women who are the victims of domestic violence seek, in addition to criminal charges, a civil emergency protective order from the courts in order to kee