Because of enhanced security features and fraud analysis tools, the Kentucky Department of Revenue (DOR) is estimating that refunds may tak
Actress Jennifer Garner spoke to the state Senate and House committees Tuesday on the success of early childhood education programs ran by
No one under the age of 18 would be able to use a tanning bed in the state of Kentucky—with or without their parent’s permission—except for
The fight continues in Ludlow, and this time it may be more contentious then ever.
In response to a school’s prohibition of scripture readings in a public school’s stage adaptation of A Charlie Brown Christmas, the state S
The state Senate has passed legislation intended to curb the flow of non-Medicaid, state-administered tax dollars to Planned Parenthood cli
State Commission Examining Bromley Fire Department as Neighboring Chief Says City Not Pulling Weight
Governor Matt Bevin did not mince words in a post to social media about abortions being performed at a Planned Parenthood facility in Louis
Kenton County has filed a lawsuit and an injunction against its former golf course manager Dan Moening, who was fired last week and is the
The president of Thomas More College issued a statement Thursday further illustrating that the campus community knew nothing of the crimina
The Mayor of Lexington announced on Tuesday that he would seek the Democratic nomination to challenge U.S. Senator Rand Paul in 2016.
There is a remote but centrally-located community built upon a hill in Northern Kentucky with majestic views of Covington, Newport, and Cin
Kentucky’s Attorney General would be given jurisdiction over the state’s human trafficking cases under a bill approved today by the House J
A bill that would move the governor’s race to even-numbered years passed out of the state Senate on Monday by a 28-9 vote.
The Kenton County Fiscal Court formally fired golf course manager Dan Moening on Tuesday afternoon.