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Little daylight between Heiner, Comer at Kentucky Chamber forum


Whether on taxes, education or casino gambling, there was little daylight between likely Republican rivals for governor, Hal Heiner and James Comer, at the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce’s annual meeting on Tuesday. 

Louisville Metro Council committee approves fiber Internet franchises

Ted Smith, Louisville Metro Ted Smith, Louisville Metro

Three new franchises allowing companies to string up fiber Internet lines in Louisville were approved by a Metro Council committee on Tuesday. Two proposals could offer Louisville residents super-fast Internet connections similar to what Google is bringing to a select few cities.

Zoo looking to raise $10 million to keep attendance up Video included


Right now the fund raising campaign is in its 'quiet phase', but it's expected to become more public before the campaign is finished at the end of 2015.

Kentucky's Bourbon inventory tops five million barrels


Kentucky’s Bourbon distilleries filled 1.2 million barrels last year, the most since 1970.

Nationwide recall involves fruit sold at Trader Joe's, Costco, Walmart


Trader Joe's, Costco and the Walmart Corp. -- which operates Walmart and Sam's Club stores, have all posted notices about the fruit recall on their websites.

John Hopkins Hospital to pay $190 million settlement


Authorities say Dr. Nikita Levy used a pen-like camera that he wore around his neck to videotape more than 8,000 of his patients.

Hops shortage hurting Indiana craft breweries Video included


Indiana farmers are struggling to keep up with the demand for a good brew.

Sam Swope selling one dealership, repurposing another


Sam Swope Auto Group is selling one of its dealerships and repurposing another.

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