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  • Marcella Leach dies at 85; advocate for Marsy's Law on victims' rights

     Marcella Leach dies at 85; advocate for Marsy's Law on victims' rights
    Marcella Leach, who became a leading advocate for crime victims' rights after the brutal murder of her college-student daughter, died March 15 at UC Irvine Medical Center in Orange. She was 85. The cause was complications of Alzheimer's disease, said...
  • Extraordinary Life: Scholar, Scientist, And Serious Artist

    Extraordinary Life: Scholar, Scientist, And Serious Artist
    Felix Bronner was an urbane scholar and a pioneer in the study of ways calcium affects the body. He was intense, focused, and passionately interested in science as well as in the lives of his friends and colleagues. In his second career, he was a...
  • Ex-Louisville Player Chris Jones Pleads Not Guilty To Rape, Sodomy Charges

    Ex-Louisville Player Chris Jones Pleads Not Guilty To Rape, Sodomy Charges
    LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Former University of Louisville basketball player Chris Jones pleaded not guilty Thursday to charges of rape and sodomy, days after being dismissed from the team. Jones, 23, appeared in Jefferson District Court before Judge...
  • Chris Jones pleads not guilty to rape, sodomy charges

    Chris Jones pleads not guilty to rape, sodomy charges
    Former Louisville guard Chris Jones pleaded not guilty Thursday to charges alleging that he raped one woman and sodomized another. Jones, who earlier in the day had turned himself in, entered his plea while appearing before Judge Sheila Collins in...
  • The new old Louisville starts to hum

    The new old Louisville starts to hum
    LOUISVILLE, Ky. — First came the art galleries. Then the boutiques. Then the food and drink (craft and farm-to-table, thank you very much). Then the — record store and trendy barbershop? Yes, yes, yes and yes, and that equation, spread across...
  • Rollercoaster 'freak' wants kids to love theater

    Rollercoaster 'freak' wants kids to love theater
    CLERMONT — The footlights hold an allure for Jan Fattizzi, and she wants kids in Lake County to love the theater, too. Fattizzi, the children's theater director at Melon Patch Kids, is beginning to get ready for the spring season. Last fall, a...
  • GOP could reopen citizenship paths created by Hoover and Reagan

    GOP could reopen citizenship paths created by Hoover and Reagan
    The United States has always had a “path to citizenship.” One of my ancestors simply went to a judge in St. Louis in 1850, proved he had been here for two years since getting off the boat and renounced his allegiance to the Queen of Prussia....
  • AbbVie partners with Google to develop new drugs for aging

    AbbVie partners with Google to develop new drugs for aging
    A startup backed by Google, the Silicon Valley powerhouse whose innovations range from its eponymous search engine to self-driving cars, is teaming up with a North Chicago drug company to develop treatments for diseases tied to aging. Drugmaker AbbVie...
  • Kentucky firefighter dies after Ice Bucket Challenge accident

    Kentucky firefighter dies after Ice Bucket Challenge accident
    A Kentucky firefighter who was severely injured a month ago while helping college students take part in an Ice Bucket Challenge fundraiser died on Saturday from his injuries, authorities said. Captain Tony Grider, 41, of Campbellsville was hurt along...
  • ACC adds Louisville after losing Maryland to Big Ten

    ACC adds Louisville after losing Maryland to Big Ten
    Less than two weeks after losing a member for the first time in 41 years, the ACC has added the University of Louisville. League presidents approved the Cardinals during a conference call Wednesday morning. “With its aggressive approach to...
  • When knees can't take any more

    When knees can't take any more
    WE count on them to be strong and supportive, flexible and accommodating, willing to go the extra mile even when we load them down more than we should. Our knees. We put them through their paces, so to speak, every day. No wonder that, every now and...