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.
He called it, "Keeping the Promise".
As Kentucky lawmakers explore ways to pay for public employee pensions, a coalition of law enforcement groups say legalizing marijuana for recreational use isn’t the answer.
Former State Senator Dick Roeding has died.
He passed away Friday at age 86.
It's no secret that Kentucky faces a steep hill to climb to address it's pension crisis.
Attorney General Andy Beshear announced $48,000 in grant funding from the Child Victims’ Trust Fund to help prevent child abuse in Northern Kentucky.
At one Kentucky hospital, people are actually bringing in heroin and shooting up with patients.
Kentucky prosecutors on Friday told state lawmakers that they have little to nothing to cut from their budgets.
State transportation officials want to take the clunkers off the roads – but they aren’t talking about jalopies. The officials are targeting fading, rusting, and dented Kentucky license plates.
The following op-ed is written by Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin, House Speaker Jeff Hoover, and Senate President Robert Stivers, all Republicans
Dear Governor Bevin,
The Kentucky Veterans Hall of Fame announced the organization's fourth class of inductees will be inducted next month in Frankfort.
There will be an organized rally calling for the removal of a statue from the Kentucky State Capitol building.
Kentucky law enforcement agencies that use body cameras want clear rules on what footage from the cameras can be disclosed and who can access it.