Hurricane Sandy is disrupting flights from Louisville International Airport to the East Coast. Airport spokesperson Trish Burke on Monday said all flights to the Eastern Seaboard were cancelled, which amounts to 20 of their 84 daily flights.
The daughter of a central Kentucky mayor is facing charges after police say she sold drugs on the University of Kentucky campus. Nineteen-year-old Rachel Siegelman, the daughter of Versailles mayor Fred Siegelman, is charged with trafficking.
Kroger is recalling spinach sold at grocery stores in more than a dozen states due to possible Listeria contamination. The Kroger Fresh Selections Tender Spinach was sold in ten-ounce bags and had a "best if used by" date of September 16.
Potential future operators of Kentucky Kingdom are getting a look at the old amusement park. The gates were opened Tuesday for prospective bidders to inspect the vacant rides and buildings on the property.
Hundreds of jobs are being cut at Lexmark. The Lexington-based company is going to stop making inkjet printers. The move means 1,700 people are losing their jobs worldwide, that's about 13% of the company's workforce.
The big roller coasters at the old Kentucky Kingdom in Louisville won't be back when the park reopens as Bluegrass Boardwalk. The application for tax credits reveals that several rides will not be refurbished due to their age and the cost of repairs.
After years of speculating, Kentucky Kingdom in Louisville is coming back to life. The amusement park will reopen next spring as Bluegrass Boardwalk. The tentative opening date is exactly one year from now--May 11, 2013. Bluegrass Boardwalk will be owned by the Koch family, the current owners of Holiday World in Indiana. President Dan Koch says incentives and financing are in place and he's confident of the park's reopening next spring.