Mike Boyer, Kentucky Enquirer http://weku.fm en Insurance Claims Pour in From Damage http://weku.fm/post/insurance-claims-pour-damage <p><a href="http://nky.cincinnati.com/article/AB/20120304/BIZ/303040040">An army of insurance agents and claims</a> adjusters is scouring destruction along the tornadoes&rsquo; paths to begin assessing damage and processing claims. The wreckage is so widespread that the full scope of losses won&rsquo;t be known until at least late March. &ldquo;I grew up here, and I&rsquo;ve never seen anything like this,&rdquo; said Lori Wells, agent for the Kentucky Farm Bureau in Fort Mitchell. She was one of half a dozen Farm Bureau agents and adjusters surveying damage in southern Kenton County. The National Weather Service said an F3 tornado with winds between 158 and 206 mph is believed to have hit there. Hurricane strength winds start at 74 mph. Sun, 04 Mar 2012 20:46:17 +0000 Mike Boyer, Kentucky Enquirer 22582 at http://weku.fm UPS Facility Cuts Over 400 Jobs http://weku.fm/post/ups-facility-cuts-over-400-jobs <p><a href="http://nky.cincinnati.com/article/AB/20120125/BIZ/301250048/UPS-closing-Hebron-facility?odyssey=tab|topnews|text|FRONTPAGE">United Parcel Service has notified Kentucky</a> state officials it will lay off more than 400 workers at its Supply Chain Solutions warehouse in Hebron by April 1. UPS, which has operated the logistics operation in Hebron for more than a decade, is not closing the entire operation. The job cuts are prompted by the facility&rsquo;s largest customer, Zulily, a Seattle-based ecommerce provider of baby items and clothing, deciding to bring its distribution operation in house. The company had been relying on the UPS facility to manage inventory and fill orders. Thu, 26 Jan 2012 19:20:31 +0000 Mark Hansel, The Kentucky Enquirer & Mike Boyer, Kentucky Enquirer 20413 at http://weku.fm Kroger Participates in Ground Turkey Recall http://weku.fm/post/kroger-participates-ground-turkey-recall <p><a href="http://news.cincinnati.com/article/20110804/BIZ01/308040022/">Cincinnati-based Kroger Co. </a>removed fresh and frozen ground turkey under the Kroger and Honeysuckle brand names from its store shelves in 26 states, including Kentucky, on Thursday and asked customers to check their refrigerators and freezers for the products in one of the largest U.S. meat recalls in history. Fri, 05 Aug 2011 16:30:14 +0000 Mike Boyer, Kentucky Enquirer 10004 at http://weku.fm