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The making of Romeo Langford: A quietly crafted superstar

“New Albany is now known as Romeo’s home.”




When the tears dried, Loyola realized its place in college basketball lore

Fully aware of what they’d done, Loyola’s players reveled in their run.


‘He Broke Boundaries With His Mind’: Public Pays Tribute At Stephen Hawking’s Funeral

About 500 guests honored the physicist at Sunday’s private service in Cambridge, his intellectual home for half a century. The procession was met by admirers who lined the streets to share memories.

Don’t want to sound like a Kentucky Derby newbie? Here’s how to sound like a true insider

Even if this is your first Kentucky Derby, there’s no need to feel lost in conversations at Churchill Downs. Here’s how to sound like a Derby insider.


Umbrella, no. Poncho, yes. What you can (and can’t) take to the 2020 Kentucky Derby

Sometimes drinks spill. Sometimes heels break. You’ve got to be prepared for Kentucky Derby 2020, and we’re here to help.


Need a hotel or Airbnb for the Kentucky Derby? Here’s how much it’ll cost you

Kentucky Derby is nonstop fun, but you will need to get shut-eye at some point (maybe). Here are prices for hotels and Airbnbs near Churchill Downs.

You know that Kentucky Oaks and Thurby cost less than the Kentucky Derby. But by how much?

It’s common knowledge that tickets to Kentucky Oaks — and now, Thurby —are less expensive than Derby at Churchill Downs. But how much less?

Audible clinches spot in the 2018 Kentucky Derby with win in Florida Derby

Audible ran away in the stretch to win the Grade 1 Florida Derby on Saturday, further cementing himself as a serious contender for the Kentucky Derby.


Louisville City FC shuts out Tampa Bay Rowdies for second win of the season

Louisville City FC picked up its second win of the season with a 1-0 decision over the visiting Tampa Bay Rowdies.


Springtime in NuLu means craft beer and goat races, apparently. We're not kid-ding!

Nulu Bock Fest 2018 kicked off Saturday on Market Street, bringing German beer and goat racing together for the third year in a row.


Ousted Marine Commander Aims To ‘Fight Like A Girl’ Against Gender Bias In Marines

Kate Germano worked to raise the bar for female recruits. Then she was fired. In a new book, the retired officer talks about her efforts to improve training for women throughout the Marine Corps.

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