The Kentucky General Assembly’s 2016 regular session ended on Friday, April 15, shortly before
In the middle of the night, early Thursday morning, Republican and Democratic leadership in the state leadership announced that they had fi
In a bipartisan ceremony in Frankfort on Tuesday, Governor Matt Bevin signed House Bill 40 into law, giving non-violent felony offenders wh
This op-ed is written by Kentucky Attorney General Andy Beshear
Fresh off the announcement that he is challenging in court the authority of Governor Matt Bevin to order immediate cuts to higher education
With just days left in the 2016 Kentucky General Assembly, movement is just starting on the Commonwealth’s budget.
Legislation that would require the state to fund the Kentucky Teachers’ Retirement System on an actuarially sound basis starting in fiscal
Free college education is a very popular talking point in the current campaign for the Democratic nomination for President of the United St
Kentucky Attorney General Andy Beshear is in Northern Kentucky on Monday and stopped by The River City News to chat with RCN edito
Kentucky health insurers would be required to have abuse-deterrent opioid painkillers in their formulary under a bill that passed the state
Recent Kentucky high school graduates would receive two years of free tuition at a state community college under a bill that passed the sta
A week after the City of Covington reaffirmed its commitment to protections for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) people, the
Public school students would get the option to take Bible literacy classes under a measure that passed the state Senate on Monday by a vote
A bill before the Kentucky House of Representatives would attempt to modernize the method by which counties in the state could merge.
The Kentucky House of Representatives advanced a proposed constitutional amendment that could ultimately give cities and counties the abili