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Rolled oysters have been a favorite snack in Louisville, Ky., restaurants for more than a century, but turmoil in the oyster industry has caused them to dwindle. Wikipedia/Southern Foodways Alliance hide caption

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The University Of Louisville has put men's head basketball coach Rick Pitino on unpaid leave, after the program was mentioned in a wide-ranging federal fraud investigation. Joe Robbins/Getty Images hide caption

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Abortion rights opponents gather during a rally in downtown Louisville earlier this summer. A federal judge issued an order to keep protesters away from a "buffer zone" outside the EMW Women's Surgical Center. Dylan Lovan/AP hide caption

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Louisville head basketball coach Rick Pitino will be suspended for the first five games of the 2017-18 ACC season, after the NCAA's Committee on Infractions criticized his monitoring of the basketball program. Icon Sports Wire/Corbis via Getty Images hide caption

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The hearse carrying boxing legend Muhammad Ali drives past his childhood home where mourners throw flowers as they pay their respects in Louisville, Ky. Jim Watson/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Nick Wilson (left), at his ordination last month, is given a framed sign from Pastor Matt Johnson that reads "Just As I Am," the title of one of Wilson's favorite hymns. Bill Campbell hide caption

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Acceptance Grows, Slowly But Steadily, For Gay Evangelicals

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The audience at last month's Together for the Gospel conference in Louisville, Ky. Sarah Mesa Photography hide caption

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As U.S. Attitudes Change, Some Evangelicals Dig In; Others Adapt

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Louisville's Kevin Ware, in the white uniform, was back in action Wednesday night. He returned to the court for the first time since breaking his leg last spring. Timothy D. Easley/AP hide caption

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Connecticut Huskies forward Breanna Stewart takes a shot during first-half action in the women's Division I NCAA championship game Tuesday night in New Orleans. She was the tournament's most outstanding player. Cloe Poisson/Hartford Courant /MCT /Landov hide caption

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From 'Morning Edition': NPR's Tom Goldman on the women's championship

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Head coach Jeff Walz of the Louisville Cardinals talks to his team during a timeout in the game against the Maryland Terrapins in the second round of the NCAA women's basketball tournament. G. Flume/Getty Images hide caption

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Giant-Killing Louisville Women Look To Keep Charmed Run Alive

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The Louisville Cardinals celebrated after beating Michigan 82-76 in the NCAA Men's Basketball Championship at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta. Mark Cornelison /MCT /Landov hide caption

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In New Orleans on Sunday, the women from Louisville (in red) defeated California to reach the championship game against Connecticut on Tuesday. Chris Graythen/Getty Images hide caption

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