Innovative program seeks to stop cycle of repeat offenders

Salt Lake County is teaming up with a nonprofit organization and private donors to help men who are repeatedly arrested get their lives back on track.

Partnership trains vets in additive manufacturing

Thanks to a Google grant, America Makes, the National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Institute will partner with 3D Veterans to expand a boot camp that trains U.S. military veterans in advanced manufacturing.

Change in tax code proposed to improve school buildings

One group of legislators and political consultants think they have the answer to repair and maintain America’s aging public school buildings, which would require $145 billion a year by one estimate.

KY parks department seeks information on P3 campground

The Kentucky Department of State Parks is exploring a possible public-private partnership to develop a new campground at Kentucky Dam Village State Resort Park, 21 miles southeast of Paducah in western Kentucky.

Work Ready Skills Initiative funds second round of projects

The Work Ready Skills Initiative Advisory Committee has selected recipients for its second round of funding. Approximately $33.1 million in bond money was dispersed to more than a dozen projects aimed at developing a highly trained workforce to meet the needs of employers and to promote sustainable incomes for Kentuckians.

Bevin Administration Extends P3 Deadline for Capital Plaza, Convention Center Project

Developers and investors considering the state’s proposal to raze the aging, 26-story Capital Plaza Tower and redevelop it and the adjacent Frankfort Convention Center and Fountain Place Shops have a little more time to put together their deals.

Kentucky Chamber: State Should ‘Aggressively Solicit’ P3 Partners to Improve Infrastructure

Maintaining and improving Kentucky’s infrastructure is critical to the state’s success in attracting and keeping businesses, particularly given its central location. And public-private partnerships should be part of the solution to help keep Kentucky competitive, according to a report released Wednesday by the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce.

Trump Infrastructure Plan Could Rely on ‘Creative Financing’

President Trump’s infrastructure plan will be out in a few weeks. Funding for big federal projects could need “creative financing,” according to Kentucky Transportation Sec. Greg Thomas.

Kentucky P3 law recognized during National Infrastructure Week

Kentucky is getting some well-deserved attention for its P3 laws during National Infrastructure Week, which started Monday.

Tennessee, automaker team up on workforce development

Tennessee and Nissan have joined forces to open a Tennessee College of Applied Technology campus in Smyrna. The campus will train workers on automotive technology.