The use of cloth face coverings and social distancing measures are no longer mandated in Kentucky schools, the Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) said Friday, rescinding its COVID-19 guidance i
Most new laws approved during the Kentucky General Assembly's 2021 session will go into effect on Tuesday, June 29.
The following op-ed is written by State Senator Matt Castlen (R-Owensboro).
The Kentucky Financial Empowerment Commission announced Tuesday a partnership between the Kentucky Credit Union League and the Northern Kentucky University Center for Economic Education (NKU CEE)
Democrats in Kentucky saw their numbers decline in April while Republicans saw a small increase, as the state's voter registration begins to stabilize with new registrations outnumbering voter remo
The following op-ed is written by State Representative George Brown, Jr., (D-Lexington) and State Senator Gerald Neal (D-Louisville).
Two Northern Kentucky lawmakers received Champion for Children awards from the Children's Alliance, a state organization of 37 private agencies that provide foster care and behavioral health servic
State Representative Kim Banta was recognized by the Humane Society of the United States with the 2021 Humane Legislator Award for her work on animal protection issues in Frankfort.
Two parks in Dayton and a playground in Pendleton County were among the recipients of grants announced this week by the Ky. Energy and Environment Cabinet.
Restrictions on capacity in Kentucky will end on June 11, Governor Andy Beshear said Friday.
The Commonwealth of Kentucky is temporarily suspending certain restrictions on motor carriers that transport petroleum products and ethanol to states affected by the shutdown of the Colonial Pipeli
Three people from Northern Kentucky received appointments to the State Advisory Panel for Exceptional Children.
Governor Andy Beshear announced the appointments on Friday.
The following op-ed is written by Governor Andy Beshear.\
A Northern Kentucky prosecutor and police officer were named Thursday as members of Attorney General Daniel Cameron's new search warrant task force.
The following op-ed is written by Kate Miller, advocacy director of ACLU of Kentucky