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Louisville Zoo’s baby gorilla superstar, Kindi, turns 1

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Louisville Zoo’s baby gorilla superstar, Kindi, turned 1 Tuesday. After Mia, Kindi’s mother, died during a cesarean section, the premature gorilla baby, weighing only three pounds, was raised by workers at the zoo. They wore furry vests and carried her 24 hours a day. They bottle-fed her and vocalized to her. The caretakers made sure she […]

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Tom Bulleit celebrates birthday and two anniversaries by opening Bulleit Distilling Co. in Shelby County

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Lawyer-turned-bourbon-distiller Tom Bulleit won the bourbon lottery today. Along with celebrating his birthday, his 30-year wedding anniversary and 30 years of Bulleit Bourbon, he welcomed media and friends to his brand new, state-of-the-art modern whiskey distillery in Shelby County. Bulleit Distilling Co., which is now owned and operated by global spirits company Diageo, officially opened its […]

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NCAA predictions are muddled — and so are Kentucky’s prospects

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So what did college basketball accomplish this past weekend? A flurry of conference playoffs, covered with reverence, that didn’t move the NCAA tournament needle much. Kansas lost its first game in the Big Twelve tourney and was a No. 1 seed when the brackets were announced. North Carolina also lost its conference tournament and also […]

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Developer possibly ‘not able to go forward’ with luxury apartments in NuLu, attorney says

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An out-of-town developer may back out of plans to build a $56 million luxury apartment complex in NuLu, according to the developer’s attorney, Jeffrey McKenzie, of Bingham Greenebaum Doll. “Flournoy Cos. is frankly not able to go forward,” McKenzie said when addressing members of the Louisville Metro Council’s Labor and Economic Development Committee Tuesday afternoon. […]

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Jeff Ruby to buy every NKU student a steak dinner if Norse upset Wildcats

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Story by WLKY News Cincinnati-based restaurateur Jeff Ruby has promised to buy a steak dinner for every Northern Kentucky University undergrad student if the No. 15 seed Norse upset the No. 2 seed Kentucky Wildcats on Friday. This marks NKU’s first appearance in the NCAA Tournament in just their first year of Division I eligibility, […]

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Trump and Pence are making Kentucky the conservative health care battleground

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  By Curtis Tate | McClatchy D.C. – Lexington Herald Leader WASHINGTON – Kentucky, one of the nation’s most deeply conservative states, has become the battleground in Republican efforts to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. Last Saturday, Vice President Mike Pence came to Louisville to pitch the plan. Next Monday, President Donald Trump will […]

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Speed Art Museum director leaving, returning to France

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Ghislain d’Humières will leave his post as director of the Speed Art Museum at the end of this month, the museum announced Wednesday morning. D’Humières will return to France, his home country, to help care for his ailing father, the news release stated, and Stephen Reily will take over as interim director until a permanent […]

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So predictable! An NCAA Tournament without bracket busters

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If you like favorites, this is your year. It shouldn’t take more than five minutes to fill out a viable NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament bracket that has an excellent chance to win your annual office pool. And don’t worry about the so-called bracket busters, those notoriously hard-to-foresee upsets that seem to kill the chances of so many […]

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