More than 30,000 individuals signed up for healthcare coverage during the April 4-11 kynect special enrollment period, bringing total kynect enrollment to over 402,000.
Governor Steve Beshear this week unveiled the 2014 Governor’s Commemorative Derby poster.
As part of the Governor’s Mansion Centennial Celebration, student-artists from Berea College have handcrafted 120 new chairs for the Governor’s Mansion.
If the Kentucky Wildcats beat the Wisconsin Badgers on Saturday night, Governor Steve Beshear will receive beer, bratwursts, and cheese from his upper midwestern counterpart.
The Kentucky General Assembly on Monday approved a two-year spending plan that authorizes $20.3 billion in spending for education, public safety, Medicaid, and other state government services while
The Kentucky House gave final passage Friday to the so-called “snow days” bill that would give school districts until June 6 to make up instructional time lost due to this winter’s snow, ice, and c
The mayors of Newport, Bellevue, Dayton, and Woodlawn have issued a joint statement urging the General Assembly to restore their road funds.
The Kentucky Senate Transportation Committee approved a measure Wednesday that would provide oversight and regulations to public-private partnerships, so-called P3s, in the Commonwealth.
The state’s biennial budget plans are one step closer to becoming law after being amended and approved by the Kentucky Senate today.
Kentucky State Senator Chris McDaniel (R-Taylor Mill) was chosen as one of twenty-one legislators from across the county as an Emerging Leader, a program sponsored by GOPAC, an national organizatio
State Representative Arnold Simpson, a Democrat from Covington, is the target of a scathing editorial in the Cincinnati Enquirer on Wednesday after the long-serving legislator was successf
Jane Beshear, wife of Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear, will visit two schools and a library in Northern Kentucky on Wednesday as part of the Commonwealth's Literacy Celebration.
Kentucky Supreme Court Justive Michelle M. Keller will speak in Covington on Thursday.
Legislation to allow the use of public-private partnerships to finance major government projects in the Commonwealth has cleared the House by a vote of 82-7.
Kentucky House Bill 407 dominated the conversation at Saturday's meeting of the Kenton County Mayors Group.