Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes on Tuesday initiated discussions about Kentucky medical marijuana legislation with a panel of experts and advocates in Frankfort.
Governor Matt Bevin's administration is asking for a do-over in the analysis of its Kentucky Teacher Retirement System pension bill.
Recently, our national economy has been rebounding following a long period of tepid recovery.
The Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) is seeking feedback on proposed Bible Literacy Standards.
Just days after stepping down as Speaker of the Kentucky House of Representatives, State Rep. Jeff Hoover (R-Jamestown) is in the hospital.
Racial disproportionality and disparities for youth and families of color in the area of child welfare services will be the topic of statewide meeting this week.
Three men from Northern Kentucky were appointed to state boards by Gov. Matt Bevin, it was announced Tuesday.
Preservation Kentucky is upset about the elimination of the federal historic tax credit in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act bill released last week.
In 2016, more than 190 Kentuckians died from a drug overdose caused by a powerful prescription opioid three times stronger than morphine.
Governor Matt Bevin did not mince words in a hastily called news conference Saturday afternoon in the Capitol rotunda - taking on members of his own party, without naming any names.
Solar power means bigger electricity bills for non-solar customers, a group called the Consumer Energy Alliance told a panel of state legislators this week.
Seven Kentucky public high school students - including one from Northern Kentucky - have been named to the Commissioner’s Student Advisory Council, a group that provides input to Kentucky Commissio
Electronic filing of civil and criminal cases and other technologies have helped to modernize Kentucky’s court system.