There's a new plan to develop an abandoned amusement park in Louisville. The Courier-Journal reports three Louisville business leaders joined developer Ed Hart in a $40 million bid that would reopen Kentucky Kingdom in 2014.
The chair of Kentucky’s tax commission says a sweeping overhaul of the state's tax code isn't in the works. While Lieutenant Governor Jerry Abramson says, in his heart, he wants to see a major change in the tax code, he admits it's not likely.
Coal mines in Kentucky and West Virginia will send millions of tons of coal to India, under the terms of a 25-year contract that was signed Wednesday. The deal is being hailed as a sign of hope in the coal export market.
A federal judge's ruling could open the door to the sale of hard liquor and wine in grocery stores. Currently state law allows grocery stores to only sell beer, while liquor stores and drug stores can sell beer, wine and liquor.