The $5 million gift from the family foundation of Owsley Brown II, the late chief executive of Louisville-based Brown-Forman Corp., will establish the Envirome Institute within U of L’s School of Medicine.
The school’s accusations came in a federal court filing seeking to dismiss Pitino’s $40 million breach-of-contract lawsuit.
The Fischer administration, citing attorney-client privilege, blacked out the names of other people Kerry Harvey interviewed – presumably even including Louisville Metro Police Chief Steve Conrad.
UPS' Metro College has been paying for nighttime workers in Louisville to go to college for 20 years. A look at the program and how it compares to others at employers like Walmart and Starbucks.
Rich Gimmel’s request for a face-to-face meeting between Wayne Lewis and Brent McKim came at the same time that the interim education commissioner warned another member of the Kentucky Board of Education from showing up during his JCPS visit.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) – Brown-Forman Corp.’s $45 million investment to build a working distillery in the heart of downtown Louisville is not only about paying homage to the company’s history on Whiskey Row, but catapulting its original bourbon brand, Old Forester. Touted as America’s first bottled bourbon, Old Forester has doubled in sales since 2010, according to company statistics, but the brand remains a negligible fraction of Brown-Forman’s business...
In its ruling, the Kentucky high court found the state's current law to be “an outdated test for ascertaining intellectually disability."
The rules put in place by Kentucky State Police are being enforced arbitrarily, according to the anti-poverty group.
Examining the agreement between JCPS and the Jefferson County Teachers Association, which expires June 30, had delayed the release of KDE’s audit of the state’s largest school district.
The state budget bill directed Louisville's mineral tax money for a single project -- a move city officials say runs afoul of the state Constitution.
The sweeping tax changes enacted by Kentucky’s Republican-controlled legislature in April are starting to hit paychecks, giving many workers in the state more take-home pay.
Kentuckians for Progress, a 501(c)(4) with Louisville commercial real estate developer David Nicklies as its president, spent $4,920 for 41 spots to air on WGBZ-FM through June 27, according to a filing with the Federal Communications Commission.
Experts who testified said that school officials should ensure entryways are secure at every building and invest in resource officers who are trained to handle threats of gun violence.
Emails obtained by WDRB News indicate that sensors meant to keep pipes in the tunnel from freezing were installed in the wrong place.
Bob Baffert's Justify completed his run to history, winning the Belmont Stakes to become the second unbeaten winner of the Triple Crown.