Tuesday Dec 3
Teen finds peace, comforts others with homemade scarves
Pioneer Village resident Dakota Holbrook has found relief from the six surgeries she has endured this year by knitting colorful scarves.
Cyber Monday bustling at Amazon's largest North American warehouse
Thousands of packages whirred by on eight miles of conveyor belts as pickers and packers scrambled to fill orders during the second Cyber Monday for Amazon's largest North American warehouse.
POLICE: Shepherdsville man robs 80-year-old in parking lot
Private investigator Bill Clutter says it was during a recent meeting over coffee with David Camm in Old Louisville that he asked the now free man to come work for "Investigating Camm's new position, as the group's case coordinator, will be unpaid until the organization secures grant money or finds private donors.
Aggressive Lexington real estate firm likely to look further at Louisville
B.C. Wood Properties is in acquisition mode, having recently closed its first private-equity real estate fund after raising more than $43 million, and it would like to add to its holdings here, according to company president and chief operating officer King Offutt .
Lexington firm raises $43 million for private-equity real estate fund
A Lexington-based real estate firm that owns several shopping centers in the Louisville area has closed its first private-equity real estate fund after raising more than $43 million.
Chegg's Debut As Publicly Traded Company Doesn't Go Too Well
Textbooks packed in boxes wait to be shipped at the Chegg Inc. warehouse in Shepherdsville, Kentucky, U.S., on Thursday, April 29, 2010.
Several acres catch fire in Bullitt County
Ten to 20 acres caught fire just before 3 p.m. Monday in a field near Weird and Brooks Hill Roads.