Governor Matt Bevin appointed two Northern Kentuckians to state boards and commissions, his office announced on Monday.
Three students from Northern Kentucky are among the award winners in the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet’s (KYTC) 2018 Adopt-a-Highway Art Contest, which seeks to promote a clean environment.
This story has been updated and corrected after inadvertently leaving off the name of Beechwood student Riley Hamm.
The Kentucky Main Street Program will host its annual conference in Covington April 23-25.
Governor Matt Bevin appointed several people from Northern Kentucky to state boards and commissions in recent weeks.
Here is the list:
The Kentucky Public Service Commission (PSC) has approved a settlement that allows Duke Energy Kentucky to raise its rates for delivery of natural gas, but reduces by about one-third the size of th
The Kentucky Public Service Commission (PSC) has granted a request by Northern Kentucky Water District for a rate increase, largely in order to replace or repair aging infrastructure, some of which
An Alexandria man was arrested in Covington on Monday after allegedly trying to meet a minor for sex.
A bill passed Tuesday in the closing weeks of the General Assembly session would boost the finance and accounting know-how of local tourism boards.
The use of tobacco, e-cigarettes and vaping devices would be banned at public schools—unless school districts opt out of the ban—under a bill that has passed the Kentucky House.
At least now we have clarity on the issue.
A bill that would legalize medicinal marijuana in Kentucky passed the House Judiciary Committee on Wednesday by a vote of 16-1. But, smoking the medicinal marijuana would not be permitted.
The House Committee on Licensing, Occupation, and Administrative Regulations passed House Bill 175, sponsored by Representative Adam Koenig (R-Erlanger) that would fully legalize sports wagering in
A bill that would clarify employers' responsibilities when it comes to making reasonable accommodations for pregnant employees received overwhelming support in the Kentucky Senate last week.
Peek into one of the journals that have rested for more than a century on the shelves of the State Capitol’s law library and you’ll see the issues that captured lawmakers’ attention on March 15, 19