For far too long, the federal government has prevented most farmers from growing hemp.
The Kentucky Department of Agriculture approved 225 applications from growers to cultivate up to 12,018 acres of industrial hemp
Are you pumped about the total solar exlipse coming next year?
Based on MoneyRates’s analysis, North Dakota found itself at the top of this year’s ranking of the best state for millennials, wit
Kentucky will join the 11 other states suing the Obama Administration over a federal directive related to bathrooms, Governor Matt Bevin an
Kentucky Nonprofit Network, the state’s association of nonprofits, has announced the return of KY Gives Day, a 24-hour statewide online giv
The Kentuckymojis iPhone application is now available for download in the Apple iTunes store.
Big Ass Solutions is once again seeking Kentucky’s brightest high school seniors for a $10,000 scholarship and summer internship program.
Certain convicted felons had their voting rights restored as well as their option to seek public office thanks to an executive order signed
Motorists encounter deer on Kentucky roadways throughout the year but the number of collisions increases in the fall.
The reported incidents of Kentucky’s public school students accused of bullying, harassing or threatening others has more than tripled sinc
Kentucky House Bill 8, adopted during the last legislative session, will extend civil protections to sexual assault, dating violence, and s
Maker’s Mark® is bringing real innovation to the bourbon industry with a first-of-its-kind barrel program, Maker’s Mark Private Select™.
Kevin Canafax, vice president of Fidelity Investments’ Midwest Region, has been named Chairman of the Board of the Kentucky Chamber of Comm
A Kentucky State Trooper is dead after a suspect opened fire on Interstate 24 in Lyon Co.