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
Governor Steve Beshear announced a series of improvements to kynect, the state’s health benefit exchange, designed to improve consumer experience and encourage more Kentuckians to enroll in afforda
Calling it "an historic announcement", Governor Steve Beshear on Thursday announced the resignation of Lieutenant Governor Jerry Abramason who has accepted an appointment with President Barack Obam
In the first nine months of 2014, Kentucky’s Economic Development Finance Authority approved 230 tax incentive packages for private sector projects.
Local government officials across the state plan to ask the 2015 General Assembly to increase the wireless fee for enhanced 911 service as more and more Kentuckians move from wireline to wireless p
The gem of Fairfield Avenue will soon be considered for placement on the National Register of Historic Places.
Kentucky’s jobless rate dropped to its lowest rate in more than six years in September, falling from a revised 7.1 percent in August to 6.7 percent in September.
"I think we all need to take a deep breath relative to this issue and hit the reset button."
Simpson Says CVG Recommendation "Smacks of Socialism", Arlinghaus Pens Angry Letter to Local Leaders
The seemingly ceaseless drama surrounding the Kenton County Airport Board transferred from the local stage to the Broadway of Kentucky politics: the state legislature.