As members of the Kentucky General Assembly, the Northern Kentucky Legislative Caucus is accustomed to accomplishing little in the way of big things.
His days in office winding down, Governor Steve Beshear made a whirlwind trip around Northern Kentucky handing out ceremonial checks worth millions of dollars.
The reported incidents of Kentucky’s public school students accused of bullying, harassing or threatening others has more than tripled since 2012 to 21,015.
A panel of state legislators debated the feasibility of tolling after a transportation official briefed them this week on plans to toll a $2.3 billion roads project that included digging a tunnel a
So, here's what happened.
Law enforcement officers from across the state graduated last week from basic training at the Kentucky Department of Criminal Justice Training.
A legislative panel received a status report Tuesday on a $2.3 billion roads project that included digging a tunnel and erecting two interstate bridges – the first spans constructed over the Ohio
The Commonwealth can boast for the first time of having not just one but two female candidates running for Lieutenant Governor on major party tickets. According to the National Lt.
On Monday, Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis will have to begin issuing marriage licenses if she wants to obey the law.
The Kentucky Teachers Retirement System pension fund will need an additional $520.4 million in state contributions to be fully funded next fiscal year, a state pension oversight board heard Monday.
Kenton County Commonwealth's Attorney Rob Sanders was elected this week as president of the Kentucky Commonwealth's Attorneys Association at the 2015 Kentucky Prosecutors Conference in Lexington.
The success and growth of DHL Express at the Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) was celebrated Friday morning with a visit from Governor Steve Beshear.
Eight people from Northern Kentucky received appointments from Governor Steve Beshear to various state boards and commissions late last week.
A statue of the man who led the failed Confederate States of America during the Civil War will remain in the Kentucky Capitol Building, the state's Historic Properties Advisory Commission decided t
This opinion column is submitted by State Senators Damon Thayer (R-Georgetown) and Chris Girdler (R-Somerset).