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Fancy, brutish and short

Kentucky’s Senate candidates duke it out at the 133rd annual Fancy Farm Picnic

There aren’t many circumstances in which an elected official at a church picnic can open a speech with a dick joke directed at the father of an opponent who is sitting paces away with her swe

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For whom the bridge tolls

The Ohio River Bridges Project unveils a pricing proposal, and (surprise!) some people aren’t happy

Avery Koler brought white poster board with the handwritten quip, “This sign is more transparent than the Ohio River Bridges Project.” He planned to hold the visual aide up during the s

Inbox — July 31, 2013

Letters to the Editor

Medicaid Expands

Inbox — July 24, 2013

Letters to the Editor

Come on, Kentucky

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United we serve

A small Louisville restaurant aims big to buck the nation’s anti-union trend

At the corner of 18th Street and Muhammad Ali Boulevard, Lisa Rainey-Goodloe is cooking up something big.

Inbox — Aug. 7, 2013

Letters to the Editor

Bravo, Catherine!

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Tea for two

Louisville Republican Matt Bevin enters the race against Sen. Mitch McConnell

If Sen. Mitch McConnell’s No.

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Reclaiming Kentucky

Why is the coal severance tax funding Rupp Arena’s renovation?

Jim Gray, the mayor of Lexington, can barely contain his smile. “This is a big day,” he says, his voice shaking with excitement. “This is a big day for Lexington.

Felons need not apply

Having a criminal record creates roadblocks for jobseekers

Honey Dozier readily admits prison didn’t scare her straight.

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The F-word

Metro is initiating foreclosures on abandoned properties. How much impact will it have?

Graffiti spans the entire width of the two-story, single-family home at 1406 Catalpa St.