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SPICE OF LIFE | Local man debuts new spice line with Walmart

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Spice and everything nice — that's what Travis Foxx set out to give to people in the Louisville area when he created his new spice line. Foxx owns Foxx Catering LLC., which caters large and small events in Louisville. Now, the businessman and chef is debuting...
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Louisville Metro jobless rate rises, but labor force also increases

SOUTHERN INDIANA — The unemployment rate for the Louisville Metropolitan Statistical Area increased last month, but that’s not necessarily a bad indication. According to a U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics report issued Wednesday, Louisville Metro — which includes Clark County and Floyd County — saw an increase in its jobless rate from 3.7% in May to 5.3% in June.
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Yum Brands beats Q2 sales forecasts on new stores, traffic

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — The company that owns KFC and Taco Bell posted better-than-expected sales in the second quarter thanks to stronger customer demand and a record new store building spree. Yum Brands built 603 net new stores during the quarter, including 522 KFC outlets in 62 countries. As a result...
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Take a look at these homes for sale in Louisville

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Area youth host a pop-up shop in West Louisville

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — The “Louisville Youth Network” teamed up with the Louisville Urban League and Norton Healthcare to host a youth pop-up shop. The event was held July 30, at the Sports and Learning Complex in West Louisville, and featured more than 40 vendors. This included more than 30 people, some as young as 10, who have started their own businesses.
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Ford Motor Co. brings back mask mandate for Louisville plants

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) – Ford Motor Co.’s roughly 13,000 employees at its two Louisville plants will be required once again to wear masks on the job starting Saturday. The company’s decision to reinstitute the universal mask mandate at Louisville Assembly Plant and Kentucky Truck Plant comes amid rising COVID-19 cases in the Louisville area and in Kentucky, as the more contagious Delta variant of the virus takes hold.
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'Big Joe' Clark column: Investing, saving and the 'Sandwich Generation' dilemma

The Pew Research Center reports almost half of all adults in their 40s or 50s were either raising a child or supporting a grown child while also helping a parent 65 or older. If you are “sandwiched” between two generations who need your assistance, saving for retirement can be difficult. Caring for multiple generations isn’t new, but social policy focus and the increasing average life expectancy have changed emotional and financial issues. You won’t be in the “sandwich” forever. Without careful planning, however, you may miss some of your best years for saving retirement and ultimately enjoying it.
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WaterStep, UPS sends safe water equipment to Africa

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- A large shipment is on its way from Louisville to Africa to help provide safe drinking water to people who badly need it. Louisville nonprofit WaterStep partnered with UPS to ship more than 600 pieces of equipment to Kenya. Teams are in place there to assemble...
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Ford Motor Co. requiring masks again for all employees at 2 Louisville facilities

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Ford Motor Co., one of Louisville's largest employers, will once again require all employees at both of its plants to wear masks again. Company representatives sent out a notice Thursday about the change to its protocol at the Louisville Assembly Plant and the Kentucky Truck Plant. The updated policy will go into effect Saturday for all employees, visitors and vendors regardless of vaccination status.
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Apple Picking & Apple Orchards near Louisville

Apple Picking near Louisville! Here are a few places you can go to pick-your-own apples. Apple picking is so much fun. Bring bug spray! And, have your recipes ready because you will surely go home with plenty. Apple picking near Louisville and even right in town takes place in late...