Heaven Hill Distilleries Inc. announced on Friday plans to renovate and expand its visitor’s center at its Bourbon Heritage Center in Bardstown.
The $150 million project still needs separate approval for up to 1,500 historical racing machines, which mimic slot machines.
The venue has bowling, billiards, arcade games, karaoke, darts, ping pong, a kid's zone and a prize room.
Dozens of people were lined up to get inside before the soft opening was held at Oxmoor Center Friday morning.
The high court said the legislature has the power to enact a law that might lead to more jobs, "albeit at lower wages."
UPS is spending millions of dollars on “video games” to train new pilots inside the company’s new UPS Global Aviation Training Center.
Just in time for the holidays, Kroger is having a drawing for Pappy Van Winkle Bourbon.
The policy specifically targets "certain items that clearly represent racist ideology."
The University of Louisville is making "contingency plans" to potentially move its medical programs based at Jewish Hospital to other facilities given uncertainty about the hospital's future.
Chad Coulter, the owner of Louvino, says the restaurant's big, sloppy biscuit sandwiches come from his roots in Georgia.
The offer is valid until the chain gives out 200,000 sandwiches or through Tuesday, Nov. 20.
Festival officials are planning one change to the road race that attracts more than 12,000 runners.
The move comes after the e-commerce giant ran a year-long competition.
The company, in which Kentucky taxpayers have already invested $15 million, is trying to raise $500 million to begin construction of an aluminum rolling mill that promises to employ 600.