The Nutcracker, UofL–UK hoops and The Judds among December highlights
Local news for Nov. 9, 2010
This is biology’s inner sanctum, soon to be home to Louisville’s most dangerous inhabitants, lined up in tiny tubes inside locked freezers. There will be bubonic plague, and hantavirus.
Follow along live with this liveblog of Sunday's debate live from UofL. Live.
Republican Rand "Too Extreme for the X-Games" Paul and Democrat Jack "Too Bland for a Nickname" Conway are squaring off at 7 p.m. Oct. 17, and we'll be there.
As of 10-10-2010, the KFC Yum! Center has officially opened the doors for all to view. In addition to the brick and mortar facility, the KFC Yum! Center has also made their website available to purchase tickets, download mobile apps, view the seating chart and more.
Louisville residents are invited to take part in this community forum to directly participate in the planning and conduct of health research.
One Louisville neighborhood hopes to make an unlikely pairing of activities a local tradition this weekend.
Pennsylvania's Harrisburg University of Science and Technology has enacted a week-long Facebook blackout for its students. Will the University of Louisville follow suit and ban Facebook and other social networking sites?
The University of Louisville will play its first men’s basketball game, albeit an exhibition, against Northern Kentucky University at 2 p.m. on Halloween, according to the Cardinals’ compete schedule that was released Friday. UofL coach Rick Pitino, left, calls it "the most competitive schedule we have faced."
A summary of local news for June 11, 2010
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