The 58 granite steps leading to the State Capitol’s front doors mark a place where Kentuckians arrive with hope.
End-of-life care bill heads to Senate
A bill that would allow the use of public-private partnerships, or P3s, to finance major government projects in the Commonwealth has cleared the House Appropriations and Revenue Committee.
The Covington City Commission unanimously passed a resolution on Tuesday night endorsing the passage of House Bill 171, a piece of legislation before the General Assembly that aims to protect gays
Governor Steve Beshear will seek outside counsel to appeal a federal judge's ruling that forces Kentucky to recognize same-sex marriages performed outside of the state.
A bill that would allow the use of medical marijuana by Kentuckians with certain medical conditions cleared the House Health and Welfare Committee on a 9-5 vote.
Making phone calls while driving through state highway work zones when workers are present or in school zones when lights are flashing would be prohibited under a bill that cleared the House Transp
Cannabis oil bill passes Senate committee
Veteran broadcaster Ferrell Wellman announced his retirement Friday as host of KET's Comment on Kentucky.
Kentucky’s dismal health rankings are well-known and span generations.
Josh Nadzam, former University of Kentucky track athlete, is on a mission and he’s running to prove it.
Electronic cigarettes would be regulated as tobacco products in Kentucky under legislation that passed the House Licensing and Occupations Committee today.
A bill that would allow low-level, one-time Kentucky felons to ask the courts to erase—or “expunge”—their felony records cleared the House today on a 79-21 vote.