Friday Dec 6
Tax on advertising threatens firms, advertisers
Officials with both the local and national chapters of the American Advertising Federation fear a tax currently in the U.S. House Ways and Means Committee could have a devastating impact on the advertising agency.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Kentucky gov hits McConnell on Obamacare
Democratic Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear took a jab at Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell over his continued opposition to the Affordable Care Act.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Obamacare anger fading among Hill Dems
They're relieved that the White House managed to upright the troubled HealthCare.gov website - enough to allow 1 million visitors to peruse insurance options on Monday.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Editorial | Feed the hungry
That's a sharp contrast to the people they represent. Despite this nation's great wealth and bounteous food supply, one in six people in America don't have enough to eat.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Louisville residents help keep community unique with Small Business Saturday
Jessica Vanover was looking for a unique Christmas gift for her best friend in Pennsylvania, so she headed over to Amazing Green Planet in Westport Village and bought some custom-made jewelry from a local artist.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
DYCHE | A Look at the Bevin vs. McConnell Battle
It is time to check in on Matt Bevin. Remember him? He is the multi-millionaire tea party-type Connecticut transplant who, instead of taking on liberal Louisville Democrat John Yarmuth for the House of Representatives, wants to oust Republican leader Mitch McConnell and his 90% lifetime American Conservative Union rating from the Senate.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
WBKO-TV Bowling Green
Ky. Officials Again Approach DEA On Hemp Issue
This time they've sent a letter to the DEA asking the agency to clarify its position on industrial hemp.
State officials question legality of hemp growth in Kentucky
A Radcliff, Ky. suspect is accused of severely beating a man -- and as he lay dying in a hospital -- selling his car for scrap.
James Comer | Kentucky's future is worth a bit of a fight
People are fed up with old-school partisan politics. They want leadership that achieves results.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
Business promotion encourages shoppers to buy local, independent
The Louisville Independent Business Alliance is encouraging shoppers to opt for local and independent products for the holiday season and will offer the sixth annual "Shift Your Shopping Contest" for consumers who collect at least five local business receipts by early January.
Tue Nov 19, 2013
Yarmuth applauds constituent for winning mustache contest
Rep. John Yarmuth is applauding one of his constituents for a hair-raising feat: taking home the title of World's Best Mustache.
Fri Nov 15, 2013
Rep. Yarmuth Statement on White House Plan for Canceled Policies
WASHINGTON Today, Congressman John Yarmuth issued the following statement in support of the Obama Administration's proposal to address insurance companies' cancellations of certain policies for consumers in the individual and small-group insurance markets: "In some cases, the grandfathering provision of the Affordable Care Act did not protect ... (more)
Wed Nov 13, 2013
Democrats Pressure White House on Obamacare
President Barack Obama 's handling of his signature health-care law is triggering a rebellion by some House Democrats who could back a Republican measure to allow Americans to keep their insurance plans through next year.
Old guard Republican endorses Bevin for Senate
Forgy, a Lexington attorney who was the GOP nominee for Kentucky governor in 1995, announced the endorsement Tuesday.
How immigration died, part 2: Boehner bails
Reps. John Carter and Sam Johnson had worked for more than four years to craft a bipartisan immigration overhaul, risking their political reputations to join with liberal Democrats on the kind of legislation that many conservatives reviled.
Mon Nov 11, 2013
SLIDESHOW: Procession in downtown Louisville honors veterans
Michigan State coach Tom Izzo says he doesn't have a recruiting rivalry with John Calipari of Kentucky because it's too one-sided in Cal's favor.
Sun Nov 10, 2013
The Cincinnati Enquirer
Massie's fundraising deficit might not hurt his chances in 2014
U.S. Rep. Thomas Massie's fundraising this year hasn't matched what many of his congressional colleagues have raised.