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Sen. Todd Young promotes bill to help support Indiana job creators
Senator Young introduced the RESTART Act with Colorado Senator Bennet to improve the Paycheck Protection Program and provide additional assistance to the hardest-hit ...
Kentucky election laws draw court challenge amid virus
Kentucky's new law requiring people to show a government-issued photo ID to vote drew a court challenge Wednesday from groups seeking wide ...
Kentucky distiller breaks ground on new facility
The bottling facility is the natural next step in our evolution,” said Bardstown Bourbon Company CEO Mark Erwin.
Federal lawsuit aims to block Kentucky's photo ID law for November election
The ACLU, League of Women Voters and NAACP are among the groups that claim Senate Bill 2 will harm Kentucky voters in November amid COVID-19.
Kentucky nursing home residents with virus evacuated
Some residents in a Kentucky nursing home were evacuated to area hospitals after nearly 60 residents and employees tested positive for the novel coronavirus.
'It's heart wrenching.' Families of Nazareth Home residents concerned over transfers after COVID-19 outbreak
It’s just sad for me that I can’t go and hold her hand and tell her it’s going to be okay,” Diane Streicher said of her mom who tested positive.
Editorial Roundup: Kentucky
May 25 The State Journal on recent actions by a group of Kentucky protesters that were widely condemned: What started with the singing of the complete lyrics of “The Star Spangled Banner” at May 24's ...
‘Determined, resilient, persistent’: Meet some of Louisville’s high school Class of 2020
Across Louisville, and the nation, high school careers have been cut short by the coronavirus, ending not with a bang, but a shrug.
Man who hanged effigy of Kentucky governor fired from job
A protester who participated in hanging an effigy of Kentucky's governor at an armed rally on the State Capitol grounds has been fired from his job at an auto dealer. Neil Huffman Auto Group said ...
IN HIS WORDS | Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear responds to being hung in effigy on Sunday
The following is a transcript of Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear's response to a Sunday protest in which a group hung him in effigy on the Kentucky State Capitol grounds. Beshear made the comments before ...
Louisville Nonprofits Receive $2.2 Million through Humana Foundation’s Community Partners Program
The Humana Foundation, philanthropic arm of Humana Inc. (NYSE: HUM) for the past 38 years, is awarding $2.2 million to nonprofit organizations in Louisville as part of its ongoing Community Partners ...
SILVER LININGS: Louisville companies pivot to offer Covid-19 products
From separators to hand sanitizer, Louisville businesses are transitioning from their typical line of work to benefit those affected by the coronavirus.