The Kentucky Fish and Wildlife Commission proposed the dates of the 2015-2016 deer seasons and numerous changes to deer and elk regulations in the state at its quarterly meeting Dec. 12.
Yeah, hi, it's Northern Kentucky.
Earlier this week, Answers in Genesis, the Christian group behind Boone County's Creation Museum, launched a billboard campaign targeting detractors of its plan theme park in Grant County inspired
State legislators are considering a range of options to promote dual credit courses as a way to increase college enrollment while reducing the cost of a degree.
Kenton County Senator Chris McDaniel sure has moved up fast in Frankfort.
Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear will appear in Covington later this month.
It was a pair of phone calls with the last Northern Kentucky state representative to hold a leadership position in the House of Representatives that landed Dennis Keene in Frankfort.
The Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce outlined its eight top priorities for the Kentucky General Assembly which convenes early next year.
Kentucky farmers achieved a record $5.67 billion in farm cash receipts in 2013, the National Agricultural Statistics Service announced Tuesday.
The Public Pension Oversight Board has made its first set of recommendations to reform the Kentucky Retirement Systems.
Kentucky employers will save an estimated $112 million for the 2014 tax year.
What kind of work on Kentucky historic properties is exempt from state building and energy code standards was addressed in part Wednesday by a state legislative committee.
Election season is special time in Kentucky. Next to basketball season, there doesn’t seem to be a time that gets Kentuckians more excited.
Open enrollment through kynect, the state’s health benefit exchange, began over the weekend with a strong showing of interest from Kentuckians.
Affirming to uphold the Kentucky Constitution and pledging that she had never fought a duel, Crit Luallen, of Frankfort, was sworn in Thursday as Kentucky’s 56th Lieutenant Governor of Kentucky in