Born and raised in Louisville, the Yarbrough brothers left to work, live and serve in the U.S. Army around the world. But to succeed and make a difference, Victor, Chris and Bryson Yarbrough said they knew they had to come back home.
Gov. Andy Beshear has a plan to motivate unemployed Kentuckians to return to work: Keep the additional $300 federal unemployment benefits which many states have stopped distributing and pay the first 15,000 people who return to work by July 30 $1,500.
The Healing Place, a nonprofit addiction recovery center, has teamed up with local restaurants every year and takes a portion of their proceeds to support its free services; this year, the group will do the opposite.
Following a four-day shutdown because of fraud, Kentucky’s unemployment system now requires claimants to have a state-generated PIN number to log back into their accounts; some told WAVE 3 News they have jumped through hoops trying to obtain their PIN.