A Covington man is headed to federal prison for the next 214 months, Attorney General Andy Beshear announced Tuesday.
New laws approved during the Kentucky General Assembly's 2016 regular session go into effect on July 15.
A state legislative committee met Friday to discuss liberalizing marijuana laws for medical purposes.
Stacked inside warehouses around Kentucky are millions of bourbon barrels. The name of the distillery stamped on the casks differs from warehouse to warehouse, as does the aging whiskey inside.
Governor Matt Bevin issued final action on the new budget adopted by the Kentucky General Assembly - but not without also introducing the state to his veto pen.
Months after losing his job as Kentucky's Auditor of Public Accounts - in a Republican sweep that included the election of Gov.
Governor Matt Bevin announced a special investigation into the administration of his predecessor, Governor Steve Beshear.
The Kentucky General Assembly passed on Friday a $21 billion Executive Branch budget for the next two fiscal years that will pour $1.28 billion into the state pension systems and make no cuts to K-
The Kentucky General Assembly’s 2016 regular session ended on Friday, April 15, shortly before midnight, capping off a session in which lawmake
In the middle of the night, early Thursday morning, Republican and Democratic leadership in the state leadership announced that they had finally reached an agreement on Kentucky's next budget.
In a bipartisan ceremony in Frankfort on Tuesday, Governor Matt Bevin signed House Bill 40 into law, giving non-violent felony offenders who have paid their debt to society a second chance.
This op-ed is written by Kentucky Attorney General Andy Beshear
Fresh off the announcement that he is challenging in court the authority of Governor Matt Bevin to order immediate cuts to higher education, Attorney General Andy Beshear will be in Park Hills on F
With just days left in the 2016 Kentucky General Assembly, movement is just starting on the Commonwealth’s budget.
Legislation that would require the state to fund the Kentucky Teachers’ Retirement System on an actuarially sound basis starting in fiscal year 2017 is on its way to the Senate.