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  1. Rick Pitino raked in 98% of the cash from University of Louisville's current Adidas deal

    10.06 / 02:34 courier-journal.com Courier-journal.com - Louisville
    Athletic director Tom Jurich said money from adidas was earmarked for student athletes, but 98 percent of the cash went to coach Rick Pitino in…
  2. Scouts detail encounters with two cops accused in Explorer sex abuse scandal

    10.06 / 02:34 courier-journal.com Courier-journal.com - Louisville
    Newly released evidence in the LMPD sex abuse scandal outlines sordid allegations against two former officers in the Explorer Scout…
  3. Louisville City FC releases ownership list ahead of soccer stadium resolution vote

    10.06 / 02:34 courier-journal.com Courier-journal.com - Louisville
    For the first time, Louisville City FC released the names of 47 individuals who comprise the club's ownership…
  4. Indiana white nationalist Matt Heimbach's group part of 'White Lives Matter' rally planned for Tennessee

    10.04 / 23:24 courier-journal.com Courier-journal.com - Louisville
    An alliance of several white nationalist groups — including that of Indiana white nationalist Matt Heimbach — are holding a 'White Lives Matter' rally this month in Ten…
  5. Actors Theatre artistic director Les Waters to step down from post next summer

    10.04 / 23:24 courier-journal.com Courier-journal.com - Louisville
    Les Waters, who's served as artistic director for six seasons, will depart next…
  6. Bump stocks currently unavailable at Louisville Cabela's after Las Vegas shooting

    10.04 / 23:24 courier-journal.com Courier-journal.com - Louisville
    Louisville's Cabela's location is currently not selling "bump stocks" — a device that was used by a gunman to kill more than 50 people in Las Vega…
  7. Top official who sought to close Kentucky's only abortion clinic quits state health agency

    10.04 / 17:36 courier-journal.com Courier-journal.com - Louisville
    Robert Silverthorn, the inspector general for the Cabinet for Health and Family Services, has left his job, the second top official to…
  8. Man pleads guilty to threatening to kill Louisville police officer

    10.04 / 17:36 courier-journal.com Courier-journal.com - Louisville
    A man has entered a guilty plea in federal court to threatening to kill a Louisville Metro Police officer and harm his family back in…
  9. Secret searches for university presidents increasingly common but some have been flubs

    10.04 / 17:36 courier-journal.com Courier-journal.com - Louisville
    While confidential searches for university presidents are increasingly common, to avoid scaring away candidates, some have been…
  10. Dad claims 'cover-up' after police find no fault in investigation of student's broken legs

    10.04 / 15:55 courier-journal.com Courier-journal.com - Louisville
    Louisville police release internal review of its investigation of case of disabled JCPS student who suffered broken…
  11. La Grange Police seize 17 grams of drugs, arrest two in connection with bust

    10.04 / 15:55 courier-journal.com Courier-journal.com - Louisville
    La Grange Police arrested two and seized 17 grams of methamphetamine, opioids and LSD in connection with a drug bust Tue…
  12. 'This is such a good city': Louisville family thanks strangers who helped save their home

    10.04 / 13:29 courier-journal.com Courier-journal.com - Louisville
    The Madison's story previously captured the attention of readers and sparked a debate about gentrification in…
  13. Pedestrian killed in crash on eastbound Interstate 64 Tuesday

    10.04 / 13:29 courier-journal.com Courier-journal.com - Louisville
    The victim, a female pedestrian, was pronounced dead on the…
  14. Plan to finance Louisville soccer stadium is moving too quickly, group says

    10.04 / 13:29 courier-journal.com Courier-journal.com - Louisville
    Metro Council's budget panel moves forward on $30 million bond to help Louisville City FC…