ByAlan Lytle & Mark Green & Lane Report•Nov 21, 2016
This week on the Business Side WUKY's Alan Lytle talks with Lane Report Executive Editor Mark Green about how Kentucky might benefit from the incoming Trump administration's plan to invest in infrastructure.
ByAlan Lytle & Mark Green & Lane Report•Nov 14, 2016
When the Republican dominated Kentucky Legislature gets together in January a number of so-called pro-business issues will likely come up for discussion and votes. We talk with Mark Green, executive editor of the Lane Report Business Magazine about these new legislative priorities.
Kentucky voters have spoken with a loud and clear voice. They overwhelmingly supported Republican Donald Trump over Democrat Hillary Clinton and they enabled the GOP to takeover the State House of Representatives…ending a nearly century long hold on the chamber by Democrats. This means that Republican Governor Matt Bevin now has majorities in the House and Senate to help him implement his conservative agenda. Late last night WUKY News Director Alan Lytle sat down with UK Political Science professor Steven Voss to get his take on where state leadership might be headed.
WUKY's Alan Lytle highlights another signature industry this week by talking with Bob Elliston, vice president of racing and sales at Keeneland. The track says it just completed one of its most successful fall meets in its history. The November Breeding Stock sale starts Tuesday.
Justin Thompson, editor in chief of the Bourbon Review is back to talk about the recent Jim Beam strike, a big milestone for Woodford Reserve, and more of the latest bourbon news this week on the Business Side.
With election day exactly two weeks away what will be the major storyline coming out of Frankfort? Laura Cullen Glasscock of the Kentucky Gazette and WUKY's Alan Lytle discuss the latest GOP effort to take over the State House of Representatives.
ByAlan Lytle & David Nichols & Business Lexington•Oct 17, 2016
This week on the Business Side WUKY's Alan Lytle talks with Business Lexington Managing Editor David Nichols about some farm-related initiatives announced by two of Lexington's more prominent craft brewers.
This week marks the the 50th anniversary of the National Historic Preservation Act and the Kentucky Heritage Council is holding a day-long celebration this Friday. WUKY's Alan Lytle talks with the Heritage Council's Diane Comer about the event and what the NHPA has meant to the Commonwealth.