Kentucky has had one death verdict in the last five years for a reason, the state’s chief public defender told state lawmakers Friday.
Most new laws approved during the Kentucky General Assembly's 2018 session will go into effect on
A federal judge ruled against Kentucky's Medicaid work requirements on Friday.
Sixteen bridges in the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet's District 6, which covers Northern Kentucky, are among a long list of structures th
Two proposed Ohio River bridges have highlighted Kentucky’s need to generate more money to pay for transportation projects, the state trans
The Kentucky Democratic Party announced on Monday that it has filed a complaint against Jordan Huizenga in the race for the 65th House Dist
The Commonwealth of Kentucky announced a new partnership with the Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky as the state prepares to launch Kentuck
Part of Interstate 71/75 in Florence will be named in honor of country music singer and radio disc jockey Jack Reno.
A Fort Thomas attorney is the new secretary at the Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services (CHFS).
Governor Matt Bevin announced his latest rounds of appointments to state boards and commissions.
Governor Matt Bevin's office announced his latest appointments to state boards and commissions and the list included five from Northern Ken
Pardons have been in the news lately.
A slide on Decoursey Pike (KY 177) will be repared thanks to emergency county road aid funds from the state.