This week’s filing is the latest step in the forest organization’s appeal to the Kentucky Public Service Commission. Bernheim claims the 2017 approval process was flawed and wants the utility to start over
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.
Moore, a Republican who represented Hardin and Grayson counties, said he is taking a "national level" ministry position and wanted to spend his time and energy there.
It’s an approach that could upend Kentucky’s longstanding reliance on fuel taxes, a sometimes volatile revenue stream tied to wholesale prices. But it also would raise new concerns from privacy to interstate travel.
One Southern Indiana says closing the I-64 span during the 'Sherman Minton Renewal' would have an ‘immensely negative effect’ on area businesses
About half of a consultant’s findings were deemed no or low risk to the electronic Ohio Bridge toll network that started in late 2016
The Ohio River bridge toll system took in nearly $112 million in the year ending in June, beating projections of $97 million. Late fees and fines made up nearly 13 percent of all revenue.
The Metropolitan Sewer District has delayed most of the plan as it races to meet a federal deadline for fixing sewage overflows. It also counted on double-digit rate increases it’s been unable to get.
Bernheim Forest filed a complaint this month with the Kentucky Public Service Commission, claiming LG&E skirted state law and regulations in its application for the natural gas line.
The attorney for six people living near Oxmoor Center plans to claim a Jefferson Circuit Court judge erred in her June ruling in favor of Topgolf.
In the first comprehensive review of the Ohio River toll system, an adviser hired by Kentucky and Indiana recommends pacts with Illinois and other states to ensure drivers can be identified and sent bills.