Pardons have been in the news lately.
A slide on Decoursey Pike (KY 177) will be repared thanks to emergency county road aid funds from the state.
As a candidate for state representative, I observed with amazement the utter dysfunction the 2018 Kentucky General Assembly session.
Governor Matt Bevin appointed twenty people to the Kentucky Emergency Response Commission, including two from Northern Kentucky.
Just days after Gov. Matt Bevin appointed seven new members to the Kentucky Board of Education, a special meeting was called.
Two Northern Kentucky residents received appointments to state boards from Governor Matt Bevin.
Sandra Lynn, of Independence, was appointed to the Kentucky Child Care Advisory Council.
Secretary of Education and Workforce Development Hal Heiner stepped down from that role on Monday and was appointed by Governor Matt Bevin to the Kentucky Board of Education.
Governor Matt Bevin's guarantee Friday that children in Kentucky were sexually assaulted, tried drugs, and ingested poison because schools were closed so that teachers could advocate in Frankfort.
The Kentucky General Assembly voted Friday to override vetoes by Governor Matt Bevin, who responded afterwards by alleging that children in the state were physically and sexually abused because the
Duke Energy's rate increase in Kentucky won't be nearly as big as the utility had hoped.
The Kentucky Public Service Commission reduced an electric base rate increase sought by Duke.
As promised, Kentucky Attorney General Andy Beshear, a Democrat, filed suit against Republican Governor Matt Bevin, GOP leaders in the General Assembly, and two state pension systems on Wednesday,
Open Letter to Kentucky Legislators:
Governor Matt Bevin announced Monday that he will veto the tax and budget bills passed by the Kentucky General Assembly.
Minority Floor Leader Rocky Adkins, Minority Whip Wilson Stone, and I (Minority Caucus Chair) were excluded from conference committee meetings on the budget last week because of partisan
Hemp has had a multi-million dollar economic impact in Kentucky stemming from the 2017 Industrial Hemp Research Pilot Program, Commissioner of Agriculture Ryan Quarles announced.