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  • 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...
  • 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....
  • Marathoner balances 2 pursuits: running, politics

    Marathoner balances 2 pursuits: running, politics
    There have been two big changes in Wesley Korir's life since he last ran the Bank of America Chicago Marathon, finishing fifth with a personal-best time in 2012. He and his wife, Tarah, have become parents for the second time, with an 18-month-boy,...
  • 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...
  • Flowing Beer Can Lead To Flow Of Cash For Colleges, But Raises Public Health Concerns

    Flowing Beer Can Lead To Flow Of Cash For Colleges, But Raises Public Health Concerns
    The controversial highway billboards featuring the Husky mascot next to a Coors beer bottle caused a stir in Connecticut last week, but they also placed UConn among a number of schools across the country that have associated with beer companies to boost...
  • New police chief to reach out to community

    New police chief to reach out to community
    LEESBURG — Newly appointed Leesburg police Chief Rob Hicks said he is all about community, and his first changes to the department will be in the area of relations with the residents the department serves. Hicks, 43, pledged to reach out to the...
  • Samuel E. Jackson Jr., psychologist

    Samuel E. Jackson Jr., psychologist
    Samuel E. Jackson Jr., a retired research psychologist who was a longtime active member of Kappa Alpha Psi, an historically black fraternity, died Sept. 1 at Howard County General Hospital of heart failure. He was 80. "He was a beacon of light in the...
  • 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...
  • Perhaps the NCAA should think small-time

     Perhaps the NCAA should think small-time
    I've been following the trial meant to determine whether players should get a piece of the billions of dollars generated by big-time college athletics, and all I can say is that if intellectual gymnastics were a sport, defenders of the status quo would...
  • Louisville's arrival likely to bring welcome stability to ACC

     Louisville's arrival likely to bring welcome stability to ACC
    The ACC has expanded from nine to 15 members in the last decade, but if you want to see a growth spurt that would make Yao Ming blush, check out the University of Louisville. "When I took the job 17 years ago, I think our budget was $14.9 million,"...