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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Eli Capilouto
Presidents from Kentucky's biggest universities urged legislators to fight proposed cuts to higher education during testimony Thursday before a House panel.
Kentucky has found its football coach.
Police are forcefully warning Kentucky fans that a repeat Monday of the dangerous weekend celebrations won't be tolerated for the game to decide college basketball's national champion.
Police were forcefully warning Kentucky fans that a repeat Monday of the dangerous weekend celebrations wouldn't be tolerated for the game to decide college basketball's national champion.
"We certainly have progress on certain fronts," Capilouto said of the two schools' nationally funded cancer research programs. "Our research funding for the past year at the same time has been up 19 percent."
University of Kentucky President Eli Capilouto told the House Budget Review Subcommittee on Postsecondary Education that the school has not met its state mandate to become a top 20 research university.