Kentucky Kingdom says land dispute resolved, roller coaster is back on track
Kentucky Kingdom says land dispute resolved, roller coaster is back on track

In a statement, owner Ed Hart thanked Gov. Matt Bevin for helping "cut through the paperwork."

Louisville supplies headed to Florida to help restore power to Gulf Coast
Louisville supplies headed to Florida to help restore power to Gulf Coast

Equipment and manpower is on its way to help rebuild infrastructure leveled by Hurricane Michael.

Amazon surprises southern Indiana students with 'Breakfast Bonanza'
Amazon surprises southern Indiana students with 'Breakfast Bonanza'

On Wednesday morning, Amazon employees held a cooking contest to emphasize the importance of a healthy breakfast.

Small business owners fighting proposed changes to Louisville's food truck regulations
Small business owners fighting proposed changes to Louisville's food truck regulations

Since Metro Council passed its first ordinance in 2011, which allowed food trucks to operate in the city, the business has grown from just a handful of vendors to dozens upon dozens. 

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Teamsters bosses resist calls to reopen UPS contract after 'no' vote
Teamsters bosses resist calls to reopen UPS contract after 'no' vote

The International Brotherhood of Teamsters is sticking to its decision to accept a five-year deal with UPS despite union members voting against it.

Chris Otts
Students tour New Albany plant to learn virtues of manufacturing jobs
Students tour New Albany plant to learn virtues of manufacturing jobs

The tour was part of a nationwide three-day event to mark National Manufacturing Day.

After men's razors, Harry's launches shaving brand for women
After men's razors, Harry's launches shaving brand for women

Harry's invites women to talk about hair with new shaving and body care brand Flamingo.

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Kentucky Kingdom dispute with Fair Board could jeopardize new coaster
Kentucky Kingdom dispute with Fair Board could jeopardize new coaster

Owner Ed Hart called out its landlord for using what he called "red tape and intimidation" to try to force the park to drop a lawsuit over parking.

Lawrence Smith
Insurer Anthem will pay record $16M for massive data breach
Insurer Anthem will pay record $16M for massive data breach

"We believe such a large breach of trust merits a substantial payment."

Maker's Mark bottles honoring Triple Crown winner Justify on sale Oct. 19
Maker's Mark bottles honoring Triple Crown winner Justify on sale Oct. 19

A bottle signing is planned Oct. 29 with trainer Bob Baffert and Jockey Mike Smith at the Derby Museum.

Winnie's Decadent Desserts and Deli opens in New Albany
Winnie's Decadent Desserts and Deli opens in New Albany

There's a new hangout for people with a sweet tooth in New Albany.

Louisville Pizza Week coming next month to a restaurant near you
Louisville Pizza Week coming next month to a restaurant near you

Bringing a slice of heaven to the Derby City, Louisville Pizza Week is set to launch next month.

Uspiritus and Centerstone celebrate merger
Uspiritus and Centerstone celebrate merger

The merger is expected to be complete by the end of the year.

Norton opens new Breast Health Center in east Louisville
Norton opens new Breast Health Center in east Louisville

The Norton Breast Health Center opened Monday, on the campus of Norton Brownsboro Hospital, at 4915 Norton Healthcare Boulevard.

Last Sears department store in Louisville closing after company files for bankruptcy
Last Sears department store in Louisville closing after company files for bankruptcy

As of May, there were fewer than 900 Sears stores, which is down from a 2012 peak of 4,000 stores.

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