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Louisville, Kentucky: City in Kentucky
Louisville is the largest city in the Commonwealth of Kentucky and the 29th most-populous city in the United States. It is one of two cities in Kentucky designated as first-class, the other being Lexington, the state's second-largest city. Louisville is the historical seat and, since 2003, the nominal seat of Jefferson County, on the Indiana border.

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Unranked Texas Tech knocks off No. 1 Louisville at Madison Square Garden

No. 1 Louisville struggled offensively Tuesday night, falling 70-57 to Texas Tech at Madison Square Garden.
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Duke takes No. 1 spot in USA TODAY Sports men's basketball poll

Duke jumped three spots in the USA TODAY men's basketball poll to take the No. 1 spot from Michigan State. The Spartans are third behind Louisville.
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Papa John's Ex-CEO Eats Over 40 Pizzas in 30 Days to Test Product Quality [Video]Papa John's Ex-CEO Eats Over 40 Pizzas in 30 Days to Test Product Quality

Company founder and former CEO John Schnatter was interviewed by WDRB News in Louisville, Kentucky.

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Restaurants ditch dining rooms as deliveries soar [Video]Restaurants ditch dining rooms as deliveries soar

Restaurants are doing away with dining rooms as consumers increasingly order food deliveries through apps such as Uber Eats and GrubHub. Lisa Bernhard has more.

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Democrat Andy Beshear says it's time to move forward after Kentucky governor's election

Gov. Matt Bevin isn't conceding. But Democratic Andy Beshear, who claimed victory in Kentucky's tight governor's election Tuesday, is moving forward with a transition. Beshear took questions from..
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Toddler with Down syndrome is honorary Louisville band conductor

A 4-year-old from Kentucky stole the halftime show when he conducted the Cardinal Marching Band at Saturday's football game
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Louisville's sold-out Wine & Food Experience is 'exciting and different'

"Chopped" star Alex Guarnaschelli dished up tales from her kitchen in a cooking demonstration at the Wine & Food Experience in Louisville, Kentucky.
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Clemson player ejected after throwing punch at Louisville player after scrap

The Clemson Tigers' Andrew Booth threw a punch at the Louisville Cardinals' Trenell Troutman, who was on the ground and wearing a helmet.
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'A passionate guy': Ex-NASCAR team owner found dead in Ohio River near Louisville

Lonnie Troxell, of a racing team from 2000-2005 that competed in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series, was found floating in the Ohio River Tuesday.
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Yum! The most talked-about dishes at USA TODAY and IndyStar's Wine & Food Experience

If you thought the IndyStar eats sound great, there are more USA TODAY Wine & Food Experiences this fall in Cincinnati, Louisville and Chicago.
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Reporter kissed by stranger on live TV says she felt 'powerless'

Sara Rivest was kissed by a stranger during a live broadcast Friday in Louisville, Kentucky and said she felt "uncomfortable and powerless" after the incident.
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Vince Gill on buying his first guitar for $1,600

Country music icon Vince Gill bought his first guitar when he was 18 years old. He had just moved away from home to Louisville, Kentucky, to play in a bluegrass band, when he spotted the 1942..
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Meet Louisville's Elizabeth Scott, the dancer who suffered a broken nose on national TV

When Notre Dame QB Ian Book heaved the ball toward the sideline, he accidentally broke the Louisville dancer Elizabeth Scott's nose.
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Notre Dame QB Ian Book's pass hits Louisville cheerleader in face on sideline

Louisville Ladybirds member Elizabeth Scott was just doing her job when the ball, a pass from Notre Dame's Ian Book, hit her in the face.
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Woman fights off mother bear with baseball bat

"I whacked that bear as strong as I could… you would have thought I was a Louisville slugger," the woman told CBS Denver
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Trump visits Louisville, London bus attack, 'McCafé It Forward': 5 things to know Wednesday

President Donald Trump heads to Louisville in support of governor's reelection campaign, suspects in London bus attack to appear in court and more things to start your Wednesday.
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Gov. Matt Bevin trolls Democrats at Kentucky State Fair in President Trump jacket

Gov. Matt Bevin visited the Kentucky Democrats' booth at the state fair in Louisville on Saturday clad in a blue jacket decorated with images of President Donald Trump's face
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Woman sues for gun ban in Kroger grocery stores after father's murder

The daughter of a man killed by a gunman targeting African Americans in a Kentucky supermarket is speaking out about her legal fight to change the store's gun policy. A gunman last October killed two..
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Former Louisville board chairman: Ex-university president said trustee funded strippers

An ex-Louisville board of trustees chairman testifies that ex-university president James Ramsey told him a trustee funded Katina Powell's sex parties.
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Louisville gamer startup is changing the negative stereotypes around video games

Nonprofit Louisville Makes Games wants to challenge video game developer stereotypes and educate the next generation of gamers and developers.
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Twitter Locks Out Mitch McConnell’s Campaign for Posting Video of Protest

The campaign posted a video of people making violent threats against the majority leader in front of his Louisville home. Twitter said the video violated its policy.
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McConnell's campaign suspended from Twitter for posting critic's profanity-laced video

After sharing a video of a profanity-laced protest outside of McConnell's home in Louisville, the campaign's Twitter account has been locked out.
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Muslim woman sues Louisville over jail photo taken without her hijab

Clara Ruplinger says in her lawsuit that "removing her headscarf in the presence of men with no familial relation violated her religious beliefs."  
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Busing Worked in Louisville. So Why Are Its Schools Becoming More Segregated?

Some desegregation plans faltered in the face of white resistance. Louisville’s plan has proved remarkably resilient, surviving riots and court rulings.
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'Nowhere to turn': Homeless with cancer, a Louisville man struggles each day to survive

For the homeless living with serious, chronic illnesses, there are few places to turn in Louisville as they deal with true matters of life and death.
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Study linking vaping to heart attacks muddied amid spat between two tobacco researchers

Louisville professor Brad Rodu wants the Journal of the American Heart Association to retract a study by San Francisco professor Stanton Glantz.
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Diesel fuel. Flames. Why veterans set 25,000 flags on fire in Louisville

Dozens of veterans whose service spread from World War II to Iraq burned old flags at a rural farm in a ceremony to honor and "retire them."  
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Man shot by teenagers dies in the same hospital where he had just become a father

Tyrese Garvin, 20, had just finished visiting his newborn twins at the Louisville hospital when he was shot Sunday.
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It's 'Cheers, but queer.' Louisville’s last lesbian bar reflects shift in LGBTQ nightlife

Lesbian bars, once a haven for queer women, have faded across the United States as clubs, gay and straight, have become more inclusive.
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College World Series: Louisville pitcher Luke Smith's outburst 'turning point' in Vandy win

Louisville pitcher Luke Smith shouted obscenities after striking out a Vanderbilt hitter. The Commodores then came back and won.
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Vanderbilt beats Louisville 3-2 to advance to CWS finals

Pat DeMarco chopped a grounder over third base in the ninth inning to give Vanderbilt its first lead and the Commodores beat Louisville 3-2 to advance to the College World Series finals
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Vanderbilt rallies past Louisville to reach College World Series finals

Vanderbilt will face Michigan in the best-of-three championship series after scoring two runs in the ninth to eliminate Louisville.
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Louisville 1st in to CWS; Rocker no-hitter keeps Vandy alive

Louisville first team to clinch a spot in College World Series; Rocker no-hitter keeps Vandy alive
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Dominating Louisville sweeps East Carolina, gains College World Series berth

Louisville is heading back to the College World Series after a dominating performance against East Carolina in NCAA Super Regional.
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Louisville's renamed Muhammad Ali International Airport debuts logo

The new logo for the Muhammad Ali International Airport features Ali's silhouette, arms up and victorious, against the background of a butterfly.
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