University of Louisville

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Leaders of the University of Louisville and its foundation are pledging to continue working through their differences even amid more public dissent.

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James Ramsey, the embattled former president of the University of Louisville, stepped down Friday from his role as president of its Foundation.

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Students at the University of Louisville could lose federal financial aid and the ability to transfer class credits if the school loses its accreditation. 

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WFPL’s Kentucky Center for Investigative Reporting has filed a lawsuit against the University of Louisville Foundation, the latest step in an ongoing public records fight.

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Update: A state judge has denied Republican Gov. Matt Bevin's request to block an expert witness' testimony about the University of Louisville's accreditation.

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Governor Matt Bevin says the University of Louisville is a key component of a national center that will research what he called "automotive efficiency and sustainable transportation."   That could include everything from online transportation services to self-driving vehicles.  He made the announcement Monday speaking before the second Auto Vision Conference meeting in Lexington.  He says the U of L focus could result in some new automotive technologies.

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In an effort to clean up a “culture of secrecy,” the University of Louisville Board of Trustees voted Friday to potentially sue its own foundation.

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A judge has denied a request to stop the University of Louisville board of trustees from taking action on its budget. 

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The judge presiding over a challenge to Gov. Matt Bevin’s overhaul of the University of Louisville board of trustees expressed frustration on Tuesday that the opposing parties hadn’t come to an agreement on which version of the U of L board should be in charge of the school.

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Governor Matt Bevin says the new University of Louisville board that he appointed should continue to meet despite a judge temporarily stripping them of authority. 

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