Grace Schneider, The Courier-Journal

Grace Schneider

The Courier-Journal

Louisville, KY, United States

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Recent articles by Grace:

Investor group rebuffed in bid thinks it's 'better suited' to turn around Jewish Hospital

A Louisville doctor says U of L passed up a chance for private money to buy KentuckyOne and continue the U of L-Jewish Hospital relationship. → Read More

Kentucky Labor Cabinet fines GE $98,000 for violations tied to worker's death

The 55-year-old was pinned by equipment while working on a refrigerator line. A state probe found multiple safety violations by GE. → Read More

'All we're asking for is the bare minimum': Mayor Fischer, activists rally for gun control

Following an explosion of mass shootings, the Kentucky chapter of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense want expanded criminal background checks. → Read More

What to know about University of Louisville's play to buy struggling Jewish Hospital

U of L said in a proposal that buying Jewish Hospital and KentuckyOne assets would help create a new health system and boost the medical school. → Read More

Another blow for Jewish Hospital: It's suspending heart transplants

KentuckyOne Health says Jewish Hospital in Louisville will suspend its once-groundbreaking heart transplant program → Read More

Bourbon expert: Jim Beam fire is not good for brand image

American whiskey expert Fred Minnick said Kentucky's relatively high incidence of disaster is troubling compared with other distilling regions → Read More

Hyatt unveils eight-story hotel plans for downtown Louisville

Gus Goldsmith's Action Loan and adjacent building that houses two eateries may be razed for a proposed Hyatt hotel in Louisville. → Read More

After U of L ends purchasing talks, Jewish Hospital's future is even more uncertain

In debt and in need of major upgrades, Jewish Hospital's future seems more tenuous as its owners struggle to sell the Louisville health center. → Read More

Indiana Judge charged in White Castle shooting is healing, preparing for legal battle

Judge Andrew Adams acknowledged through a spokesman that he's aware that he faces felony assault charges and is ready to "proceed" in the legal process → Read More

Judge charged in White Castle fight is healing, preparing for legal battle

Judge Andrew Adams acknowledged through a spokesman that he's aware that he faces felony assault charges and is ready to "proceed" in the legal process → Read More

Louisville's downtown betting club means big bucks for Churchill. But how much is a secret

The owners of a planned private club for horse racing fans set their sights on live gambling three years ago, and the state's OK was a big win. → Read More

Churchill Downs plans private, off-track betting club in downtown Louisville

Churchill Downs won the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission's approval to create a small off-track-betting facility inside a private club on Main Street. → Read More

Pharma services company headed to River Ridge, with plans for 850 jobs

PharmaCord is moving to River Ridge in Southern Indiana and has plans to grow to 850 workers → Read More

Kentucky's key industries would take a big hit from Trump tariffs on Mexico

Mitch McConnell and other Republicans have joined the call for Trump to reverse course on the tariffs, the first of which would take effect on Monday. → Read More

Recycling and yard waste pickups could be next in Louisville's budget cut list

The proposed Louisville Metro budget switches recycling and yard-waste pickup to twice monthly, raising concern about how the public will respond. → Read More

John Schnatter has begun selling slices of his Papa John's pizza fortune

John Schnatter cashed in $192 million of his stock, and has more than 5 million shares left to sell. → Read More

GE Appliances laying off dozens of workers, outsourcing some jobs to India-based company

GE Appliances has expanded its workforce in the last year, but also is looking for ways to trim costs at the massive Louisville manufacturing complex. → Read More

Fill-ins appointed for two judges shot in White Castle parking lot

Two experienced Southern Indiana judges have been appointed to fill in for the Clark County judges who were shot last week in Indianapolis. → Read More

Kroger shooting suspect ruled incompetent to stand trial for now

Gregory Bush could regain competency and stand trial on state charges in the slaying of two shoppers at the Jeffersontown Kroger, a judge says → Read More

A Kentucky startup's custom-designed bat houses is flying onto 'Shark Tank'

The founders of BatBNB will appear on the TV show "Shark Tank" to tout the fury mammal's pest-control abilities. → Read More