Health inspectors confirm multiple visits to a Jeffersonville Rally’s, here’s what their documents reveal Monday, Oct 25 2021 

Clark Co. Health Department releases health inspection and complaint records for Rally's after workers make claims of unsanitary conditions.

        

Louisville police make four arrests after series of armed robberies Monday, Oct 25 2021 

LMPD Major Matt Meagher said most of the robberies involved discount stores like Dollar General and Family Dollar.

        

Louisville officials break ground on new distribution center, 30 new jobs coming Friday, Oct 22 2021 

The new Republic National Distributing Co. center will be located on Blankenbaker Parkway and is expected to be completed by August 2022.

        

‘I don’t want to close, this is my life’ | Louisville Thrift Store hopeful as MSD project concludes Thursday, Oct 21 2021 

The owner of the store is still in debt after losing out on business due to a sewer project. Scott, who is 70, drove DoorDash for 80 hours a week to stay afloat.

        

Jack in the Box to open location in Louisville Thursday, Oct 21 2021 

It is not clear when the Louisville restaurant is expected to be built or where it will be located.

        

Heaven Hill workers continue strike, after company says contract negotiations failed Monday, Oct 18 2021 

A UFCW 23D representative said Heaven Hill should be working around the clock to reach an agreement on a fair contract that invests in its Kentucky workers.

        

‘Helpless’ Regis Woods residents left in limbo after violations cost facility its Medicare and Medicaid Sunday, Oct 17 2021 

Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services terminated its agreement with the facility, citing non-compliance with federal requirements.

        

KCC breaks ground in Simpsonville; company will bring 700+ jobs to Shelby County Thursday, Oct 14 2021 

In the first three years of operation, KCC plans to hire about 700 workers at the facility. Eventually, that number will rise to between 1,400 and 2,000 new jobs.

        

Before it was Theatair X, it was a beloved drive-in. Families of original owners left ‘horrified’ Wednesday, Oct 13 2021 

"We're horrified and heartbroken and to this day it still hurts." The families that built the original drive-in theater condemn what it has become.

        

New owners of Caesars Southern Indiana working toward generational wealth as tribal population grows Wednesday, Oct 13 2021 

EBIC Holdings held a ribbon cutting to celebrate their new ownership of the property.

        

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