The special program to renew qualifying expired driver's licenses and identification cards in Kentucky was extended, Governor Andy Beshear announced Monday.
Governor Andy Beshear announced the appointment of twenty-one people to the state Early Childhood Advisory Council.
A former director of the Kentucky Center for Mathematics, based in Highland Heights, and former teacher at Summit View Elementary in Independence, has been named director of education policy at the
The Kentucky voter rolls saw more voters removed than added in December.
Governor Andy Beshear announced Tuesday that he had vetoed five bills from the General Assembly that he called unconstitutional.
From the Legislative Research Commission
The following op-ed is written by Governor Andy Beshear.
Legislation titled the Born-Alive Infant Protection Act passed the Kentucky Senate on Thursday and a House committee on Friday.
The Kentucky Senate passed a pair of bills that would curtail the governor’s use of executive orders and regulations.
After clearing the House Judiciary Committee earlier this week, House Bill 1 became the first bill passed by the House this legislative session.
The following op-ed is written by Lt. Gov. Jacqueline Coleman.
Five former governors and their spouses, and leadership within the General Assembly received a COVID-19 vaccination on Monday in the Capitol Rotunda in Frankfort.
The Kentucky Democratic Party released a poll on Monday showing strong statewide, bipartisan support for Governor Andy Beshear overall and for his handling of the COVID-19 pandemic in the commonwea
Kentucky State Auditor Mike Harmon and his wife tested positive for COVID-19 the Republican announced Wednesday, two days after he and other state officials received a coronavirus vaccine.
The following op-ed is written by Tanner Mobley, executive director of Ban Conversion Therapy Kentucky