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Anthem gets to keep providing Medicaid in Kentucky after circuit court order

A Franklin Circuit Court judge ordered the state to grant Anthem a contract to provide Medicaid in Kentucky— unilaterally increasing the number of companies providing Medicaid from five to six.
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Churchill Downs Racetrack to host spectators for fall meet

Louisville's Churchill Downs Racetrack will welcome guests back to the fabled horse racing venue for the first time this year.  Churchill Downs officials said this week that the track will admit lim…
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Pap's Foods opens new plant on Crittenden Drive

A Louisville-based jerky maker and Grippo's distributor has significantly expanded its operations with a new plant near Louisville Muhammad Ali International Airport. Pap's Foods, the name behind Pa…
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Podcast: Talking through John Schnatter's latest dig at Papa John's

This week on the Access Louisville podcast we talk about recent criticism against Papa John's International Inc. made by its ousted founder, Louisville's own John Schnatter. Schnatter wrote a column…
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Local Heyman Talent agency sold to Louisville man

A Louisville talent agency has been sold and will be under new ownership effective Nov. 1. Heyman Talent Agency of Louisville, located at 1205 E. Washington St., will be owned and operated by Chad …
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Gap closing stores and abandoning malls

Gap Inc. plans to pull out of most shopping malls, closing 220 of its namesake stores and 130 under its Banana Republic banner by 2024 while adding Old Navy and Athleta stores, the company announced …
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These are the best public high schools in Metro Louisville

There's a lot on the line for public schools this year, especially in Jefferson County.
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Executive Insights: Health Care

Industries of all kinds have been impacted by the Covid-19 virus, but none has faced as many ongoing challenges as the health care sector. In this sponsored discussion, four top executives at health …
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New patio homes slated near Jefferson Mall

The homes in the projected $9 million development will have several floor plans and variations.
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Agreement provides a new home for Middletown Library

For several months, officials from Louisville and Middletown have been working on a deal to keep the Middletown Library from closing permanently when the East Government Center — its current location…
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Fifth Third plans to close dozens of branches, CEO says

Fifth Third's plans to close more branches are a product of changes in population and shifts in the way consumers do their banking.
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Assumption High School gets $1 million gift, updates on construction progress

About $6 million of the $8 million needed for the Launching the Future Campaign has been raised.
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Bellarmine University had to adjust budget with furloughs, pay cuts to balance budget

The private Catholic university finished its fiscal 2020 in the black despite the many challenges the coronavirus outbreak in the U.S. has forced on colleges.
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FROM THE EDITOR: Why I'm voting 'yes' on JCPS tax measure

Why would someone with no kids in the local public school system or no direct ties to JCPS vote to increase his taxes? The alternative of doing nothing is perpetuating failure.
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CONDEMNED OR CONFIRMED? JCPS pins its hopes on tax increase vote to fund its 'Future State Plan'

Superintendent Marty Pollio’s vision for a better JCPS is in the hands of voters. How he’s gotten buy-in from the school board and business community with a goal to raise tens of millions.
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