Marcus Green joined WDRB News in 2013 after 12 years as a staff writer at the Louisville Courier-Journal. He reports on transportation, development and local and state government.
Churchill needs city approvals before moving forward because the bank property is designated as an “individual landmark” and is in a downtown district that requires a review of any proposed changes to a building’s exterior.
Sadiqa Reynolds, the president and CEO of the Louisville Urban League, and Christina Shadle, the league’s director of investment, resigned from the West End Opportunity Partnership last weekend.
With Kentucky in line for two manufacturing plants, local and state officials also are hoping to attract companies that can furnish materials used in making those batteries.
Lawyers for drivers who challenged RiverLink billing practices have asked a judge to reconsider her ruling.
Bullitt Circuit Judge Rodney Burress concluded that the pipeline 'would undoubtedly serve a broader public purpose in addition to greatly benefitting Jim Beam.'
The Louisville-based racing and gambling company has suggested for months that downtown would be the site of the next "historical horse racing" venue and its second in Louisville, joining Derby City Gaming on Poplar Level Road.
A forgivable loan, made possible in a bipartisan bill approved this month, is part of a state aid package Ford Motor Co. is likely to seek for the Hardin County work, Gov. Andy Beshear’s office says.
Kentucky State Police hasn't added body cameras for its troopers even as agencies in neighboring states have. But Gov. Andy Beshear says his administration is working on a budget request for 'body camera options' for the upcoming year.
The demolition permit expires around October 15. It will let crews tear down the old Sears building and part of Oxmoor Center where Topgolf's golf-and-entertainment facility is planned.