The City of Covington's plans to see a redevelopment of the former Internal Revenue Service site near the riverfront will be considered this week at the Kentucky Economic Development Finance Author
Commercial vehicles are being directed to detour on I-275 while traveling northbound on I-71/75, Secretary of Transportation Jim Gray said Wednesday.
Two organizations representing Kentucky’s cities and counties want lawmakers to make increasing the gas tax to improve roadways and bridges a legislative priority during the upcoming legislative se
The following op-ed is written by Governor Andy Beshear.
This election, I hope all of you participated in democracy and exercised your right to vote.
There are many unknowns when it comes to the COVID-19 vaccine.
Over the summer, lawmakers on the Child Welfare Oversight and Advisory Committee expressed concern over reported incidences of child abuse and child abuse court cases.
The following op-ed is written by State Sen. John Schickel (R-Union).
The Kentucky Chamber of Commerce named Northern Kentucky state representatives Adam Koenig (R-Erlanger), Kim Moser (R-Taylor Mill), and Sal Santoro (R-Florence) as Chamber MVP recipients.
State Senator Damon Thayer (R-Georgetown) was presented a 2020 Friend of Kentucky Cities award at Williamstown City Hall.
A new kind of Kentucky license plate has begun appearing on motor vehicles in the Commonwealth.
The following op-ed is written by State Rep. Rachel Roberts (D-Newport).
A statewide eviction relief fund was announced Tuesday in Kentucky.
Randy Poe, the recently retired superintendent of Boone County Schools, was appointed this week to the state board of education by Governor Andy Beshear.
The following op-ed is authored by Governor Andy Beshear (D) and Secretary of State Michael Adams (R).
Emotions ran high during testimony on the COVID-19 death rate in long term care (LTC) facilities during Wednesday’s Interim Joint Committee on Health, Welfare and Family Services meeting.