Helen Horlacher Evans was teaching home economics at Versailles High School when the United States joined the Allies in World War II.
The Kentucky Public Transportation Infrastructure Authority (KPTIA) voted Wednesday to join the E-ZPass Group, which operates a common elec
Our adult field trip to the state Capitol was a huge success.
Multiple Kentucky county clerks continue to refuse follow the law that now permits same-sex marriages, by not issuing marriage licenses.
A state legislative committee overseeing the implementation of the recently passed anti-heroin law heard testimony Friday about the more co
Hours after an historic ruling from the United States Supreme Court, Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear announced that Kentucky will recognize
Many state-funded road initiatives in the Northern Kentucky region have been completed or are moving on to a second phase while within the
Most new laws approved during the Kentucky General Assembly's 2015 regular session go into effect next week.
The Commonwealth of Kentucky outlined how $10 million would be spent in the fight against heroin.
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The Kentucky Court of Appeals has upheld the dismissal of a lawsuit filed against the City of Covington, the Covington Business Council, an
Ten days after a photo finish in the GOP primary for Kentucky governor, the race is officially decided.
Tuesday night's wild ride at the ballot box that saw Louisville businessman Matt Bevin prevail by a mere 83 votes over Agriculture Commissi
The recipients of the Ida Lee Willis Memorial Foundation Historic Preservation Awards were announced on Friday and a Covington project is a