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Meet the Neanderthals, but not as we know them - smarter, faster, and more like us than we ever imagined. Follow Andy Serkis, the master of performance capture, Ella Al- Shamahi, a rising star in Neanderthal research, and a group of experts who create, for the first time ever, a scientifically accurate 3D Neanderthal. The post Neanderthal appeared first on KET.
The Department of Justice recently approved a $69 billion merger between retail pharmacy giant CVS Health and health insurer Aetna.The deal represents a potential turning point for health care in America, CVS CEO Larry Merlo said during an interview with PBS NewsHours Judy Woodruff. Laura Santhanam of PBS NewsHour discusses the merger and its potential effect on the U.S. health care system.The post What the CVS-Aetna Merger Could Mean for You appeared first on KET.
Delve into Americas opioid crisis - in a world in which many other diseases can be traced to addictive behavior, how do addictions work, and what can the science of addiction tell us about how we can resolve this dire social issueThe post Addiction appeared first on KET.
Experts from Kentucky colleges and universities provide practical information about applying for financial aid.The post College Financial Aid 2019 appeared first on KET.
In part one, Renee Shaw discusses issues in the 1st Congressional District with scheduled candidate Paul Walker, Democrat. Then, she discusses issues in the 2nd Congressional District with scheduled candidate Hank Linderman, Democrat. In part two, Renee discusses high school graduation requirements with several guests in the education field.The post 1st and 2nd District Candidates H.S. Graduation Requirements appeared first on KET.
By Amber Cobb This is part two of a semester-long column series on the topic: budgeting in college. One of the great mysteries of the financial world is credit, and as college students, its important to understand why we need to start worrying about credit early on. Christie McCormick, a financial consultant at the The post Unraveling the mysteries behind credit scores appeared first on The Louisville Cardinal.
By Kyla Thomas On Wednesday, Oct. 10, the College of Business held a seminar called, Faceplant into Failure. While some might cringe in slight pain when thinking about the thought of failure, speaker Elizabeth Liebschutz-Roettger explained how failure is actually a great thing. Ive had this presentation brewing in the back of my head The post Being a failure can be a good thing appeared first on The Louisville Cardinal.
By Daniel Cruse Kyle Mays from the University of California presented a lecture about the relevance of politics and culture in Native American and indigenous hip-hop in the Bingham Humanities Building October 11. It was his second presentation on indigenous studies so far this semester. Mays has researched and written extensively about the effect The post The making of a genre: Origins of indigenous hip-hop appeared first on The Louisville Cardinal.
By Carly Williamson The University of Louisville Sustainability Council says free pop-up stores and food pantries will help U of L meet the councils zero-waste initiative goals, while also meeting student needs. These services will provide free clothing and food to students and encourage wasteless living. By treating the campus as a living lab The post Sustainability Interns bring big green initiatives to life appeared first on The Louisville Cardinal.
By Matt Bradshaw Football 2-5, 0-4 remains without a conference victory after their 38-20 defeat this past Saturday at the hands of Boston College. Louisville kept themselves in the game with a 20-14 lead in the first half and fumbled their chances by allowing 24 unanswered points. The 2-5 start for U of L The post Football posts worst seven-game start since 2009 appeared first on The Louisville Cardinal.
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In our October issue, we asked our staff: What job besides yourcurrent one could you do really well
As Jim Morrison famously sang, This is the end. The end of my tenure as owner and publisher of Louisville Magazine, that is just so we dont get all apocalyptic about it.
Before Zachary Goldstein left Louisville a couple months ago to travel the country, the 28-year-old J-town native lived in a one-bedroom apartment above the sushi restaurant Osaka on Frankfort Aven
As the South Central Regional Library was set to open in Okolona last summer, District 24 Councilwoman Madonna Flood had some discreti
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Meet Stan Bishop, one of the older competitors in this weekends Kentucky Muscle bodybuilding competition.
Its National Kentucky Day So we asked some native Kentuckians in our newsroom to tell us what they love the most about the Bluegrass State.
Louisville Planning Commission voted unanimously Thursday to recommend approving Topgolf at Oxmoor Center.
Its National Kentucky Day and here are the top five things we love about the Bluegrass state
With a huge Mega MIllions and Powerball jackpots coming up, here are some facts about the Kentucky Lottery and where all that money goes.
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The estimated jackpot for that drawing would be the second-largest lottery prize in U.S. history.
Speakers at Thursdays rally included a former assistant secretary in the U.S. Department of Education and a prominent community organizer.
The Archdiocese of Indianapolis and Louisville have released separate reports.
The board unanimously approved rezoning and other requests on Thursday, sending the case to the Metro Council.
The survey lets Louisvilles lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender residents anonymously rate their interactions with LMPD.
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The Louisville Civic Orchestras performance of Beethovens 7th Symphony is Saturday, October 20, 2018 at 7:00 PM at the Holy Spirit Church on Lexington Road. Tickets are free, but those planning to attend are encouraged to register online ahead of time on the orchestras website.
There was a lot at stake for Aubrey Fontenot, but that didnt stop him from taking the time to hear from the young man bullying his son at school.
Local military parents are accusing their babysitter of giving their 5-month-old a black eye.
Clouds and showers moving in this afternoon as a cold front approaches Kentuckiana.
Anderson County officials were alerted by Kentucky State Police of a high potential possible, credible threat to a school system with ties to two central Kentucky counties.
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We had everything. Full-time job, a place to live. One day we had it all, the next we had nothing...This is not what I thought Id be bringing him back to.
Now, thats courage.
Any guy that can do a body slam hes my kind of guy, Trump said to cheers and laughter from the crowd.
Youll need the tissues for this one.
Both parents were charged with two counts of felony child neglect.
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