Grace Schneider, The Courier-Journal

Grace Schneider

The Courier-Journal

Louisville, KY, United States

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Recent articles by Grace:

Louisville businesses begin to reopen, as customers are urged to wear face masks

Car dealerships, manufacturers, pet grooming and other businesses got the go-ahead to reopen in Kentucky on Monday. → Read More

Clinical study to test cancer drug on Louisville COVID-19 patient

Norton Healthcare says one of its COVID-19 patients will join a clinical trial aimed at using a cancer drug to battle the body's response to the virus → Read More

Beds, ventilators, hands on deck: Hospitals less fearful now of coming coronavirus surge

Louisville's three health systems think they're seeing a calm before the surge. The question is how much of a surge is one the way? → Read More

Gov. Beshear floats idea of turning hotels into temporary hospitals for COVID-19 response

The governor said the state also has considered creating "pop-up facilities" in concert with the National Guard. → Read More

Norton Healthcare executives cite "vulnerability" if the economy is reopened too soon

Norton Healthcare leaders say they back Gov. Beshear and Mayor Fischer on not rushing to reopening the economy when the virus threat is still high. → Read More

Stitch fix: Women are sewing masks for the coronavirus cause

Amy Jean Tyler and a friend grabbed needles and started sewing masks to help tackle what's become a critical nationwide shortage at hospitals → Read More

Louisville field hospitals for non-COVID patients? Not yet needed, health leaders say

The COVID-19 outbreak here isn't overwhelming hospitals and med centers, and it may not later if predictions for the May surge in cases are on target. → Read More

Shutdown for Louisville's two Ford plants extended because of coronavirus

When will Ford Motor Co. will restart production at its North American plants, including 2 in Louisville? That's now up in the air for 13,400 workers. → Read More

Kentucky's economic catastrophe mounts with each passing hour amid coronavirus pandemic

Economists struggle to forecast how badly workers and businesses will suffer. No question, the longer the crisis lasts, the worse the damage will be. → Read More

GE Appliances will shut down part of Appliance Park temporarily due to COVID-19

The company said normal operations will end after second shift on Thursday. → Read More

Louisville budget crunch means 280 city employees will be furloughed, Mayor Fischer says

Mayor Greg Fischer said school crossing guards and library employees will be among those put on furlough as a cost-saving measure. → Read More

Louisville businesses: With Derby switch, September party is better than no party at all

Louisville businesses score big during the annual Kentucky Derby, so a postponement strikes some fear in some proprietors. → Read More

Kentucky Derby may be delayed due to the coronavirus. What would that mean to the city?

We don't want to see Derby 146 canceled, but we had to ask: What if May 2 doesn't go off as usual? Expect a huge hit to the city's hospitality sector → Read More

Kentucky Derby may be postponed until later in the year due to coronavirus concern

Churchill Downs raised the idea of putting off the Run for the Roses, saying a postponement to later this year is possible now → Read More

From 'touchless' pizza delivery to cancellations, Kentucky companies battle coronavirus hit

Big and small companies in Louisville are feeling the brunt of the spreading coronavirus and the resulting downturn in business. → Read More

How Churchill Downs is monitoring coronavirus ahead of the 2020 Kentucky Derby

The first question from analysts listening to Churchill Downs' earnings call? What are the potential impacts from the deadly coronavirus on the Derby? → Read More

Valentine's Day is not very sweet for this Louisville chocolate business. Here's why

In October, the Kentucky Department of Revenue filed a lawsuit in Fraknlin Circuit Court against Cellar Door Chocolates due to unpaid taxes. → Read More

Kentucky's industrial hemp giant files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy

GenCanna touted itself as a pioneer in industrial hemp. It even sponsored the Kentucky State Fair. But it's fallen on hard times with a bankruptcy. → Read More

U of L health to hire nearly 400 nurses and doctors to beef up expanded health system

U of L Health's Tom Miller said Thursday that to build a better, expanded health system, they need more nurses and doctors. → Read More

U of L students honor Martin Luther King Jr. with a day spent working for others

Volunteers from U of L fanned out across Louisville on Monday to move furniture, pack warm kits and help other nonprofit groups serve the community → Read More