Industrial hemp legally grown in Kentucky is not considered marijuana. It has only a fraction of THC—or tetrahydrocannabinol, a psychoactive compound—found in marijuana.
A Covington resident and scleroderma patient worked with State Rep. Arnold Simpson (D-Covington) on a resolution that designates June as Sclerdoerma Awareness Month in Kentucky.
It's lonely for a Democrat in Frankfort these days.
A bill that would that specify in state law that Kentucky’s public school students and public college or university students are allowed to express their religious and political views in their scho
The Kentucky House this week advanced legislation that supporters say would improve a state law that allows involuntary treatment for alcohol and drug addiction.
During a short speech Thursday afternoon to the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce and the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber, Senator Mitch McConnell was surprisingly wry, considering that outside
Postsecondary education funding would be guided by performance-based measures, such as the number of students receiving degrees, under legislation approved this week by the Kentucky Senate.
State senators moved last week to crack down on able-bodied drivers who use parking placards intended for those with disabilities.
State lawmakers returned to the Capitol this week to start the second part of the General Assembly’s 2017 session.
For over 50 years now, countless vehicles have traveled from Northern Kentucky into Ohio, and vice-versa, on the Brent Spence Bridge.
Police, firefighters and emergency medical services personnel would be added to those protected under Kentucky’s hate crime statute if a bill passed by a House committee Wednesday becomes law.
In a rare Saturday session of the Kentucky General Assembly, seven bills received final passage and were sent to the desk of Governor Matt Bevin for signature.
Members of the Northern Kentucky Caucus of the Kentucky General Assembly during their meeting on Thursday selected State Senator Wil Schroder (R-Wilder) as their chairman for the next two years.
The Kentucky Senate on Thursday approved legislation that would prohibit a woman from having an abortion in Kentucky if she is 20 weeks or more into a pregnancy.