LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) – Churchill Downs Inc. says a legal challenge won’t stop its plan to build a $150 million racetrack, hotel and gaming f…
Chris Otts reports for WDRB.com about business and economic topics, higher education and local / state government. He joined WDRB News in 2013 after seven years with The Courier-Journal. Got a tip? Chris is at 502-585-0822 and firstname.lastname@example.org.
The distribution center was initially staffed by contract workers, most of whom have been laid off following the year-end holiday shopping season.
Customers would pay a minimum of $36 a month to have electric and gas service under the utility's latest rate increase proposal.
U of L has emerged as potential suitor for Jewish Hospital and the other Louisville-area healthcare facilities that KentuckyOne Health has been trying to sell for more than a year.
The company planning a high-tech aluminum plant in northeast Kentucky has again extended its timeline for raising $500 million from investors so that it can obtain construction loans for the project.
Kentucky’s utility regulator is doubling down on its decision in November to block groups representing low-income people from participating in upcoming hearings that will determine rate increases for Louisville Gas & Electric and Kentucky Utilities’ customers.
The top legislative priority for the Louisville business community is addressing Kentucky’s funding shortfall for pensions owed to government workers, GLI said Wednesday.
Stites & Harbison says U of L and its foundation waited too long to sue over alleged financial fraud during the Jim Ramsey era.
The announcement gave lawmakers four hours to get to Frankfort for the session.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) – Louisville-based spirits giant Brown-Forman Corp. doesn’t plan to get into the marijuana business anytime soon, incom…