A 30 percent budget cut directed by the General Assembly is forcing the state Office of Mine Safety and Licensing (OMSL) to reorganize in preparation for balancing the agency’s budget for the fisca
Heather French Henry, the former Miss America and wife of former Lt.
The University of Kentucky launched its industrial hemp pilot program Tuesday when hemp seeds were planted at Spindletop Farm, marking another milestone in the drive to restore industrial hemp prod
Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway entered the 2015 race for Governor on Tuesday.
The Louisville Democrat tapped State Rep. Sannie Overly (D-Paris) as his running mate.
As he signed the final bills passed in the last hours of the legislative session, Governor Steve Beshear applauded the many successes of this General Assembly, which include investments in educati
KYTC to Seek Public Input in Covington on Improving Disadvantaged Businesses' Role in Highway Projects
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet is seeking public input on proposed goals for increasing Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) involvement in highway projects.
More than one in every ten Kentuckians now have affordable health care – many for the first time – thanks to the successful initial open enrollment period for kynect, Kentucky’s state-based health
When the final gavel falls on a legislative session, it’s often seen as a time to start looking back – a chance to review what passed, what failed, who won and who lost.
In the waning hours of the 2014 Kentucky General Assembly session, House Bill 237 received final passage awarding more than $5.2 billion for road projects across the Commonwealth.
The Kentucky General Assembly’s 2014 regular session ended this evening, capping off a session in which lawmakers approved the state’s next two-year budget and measures that will impact people thro
Kentucky State Auditor Adam Edelen returned to the region on Tuesday morning as the featured speaker of the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce's monthly Eggs n Issues forum.