State Rep. Diane St. Onge (R-Ft. Wright) announced her resignation on Monday on the floor of the State House of Representatives.
Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport officials briefed a group of state legislators Friday on road improvements needed to support a $1.5 billion freight hub Amazon is building at the
Boone County Commissioner Jesse Brewer testified to lawmakers on Friday about what he sees as the need to change state criminal laws to protect owners of residential rental properties damaged by te
With Governor Bevin expected to call a special legislative session soon to pass his public pension plan, we are reminded of Henry Ford, who famously said his customers could have cars painted “any
The father of a Covington Catholic High School student who was identified and threatened online after an tense encounter with protesters in Washington D.C.
Most new laws approved during the Kentucky General Assembly's 2019 session will go into effect on Thursday, June 27.
Governor Matt Bevin (R) leads Attorney General Andy Beshear (D) in the 2019 race for Kentucky governor.
The Kentucky Public Service Commission (PSC) ruled last week that electric vehicle (EV) charging stations are not utilities and therefore should not be subject to regulation.
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The epidemic of illegal drug abuse is one of the most difficult challenges facing our communities.
A proposed update to the regulation of tattoos has prompted concerns, and the Kentucky Department of Health said late last week that it is listening.
Governor Matt Bevin has made the following appointments of Northern Kentuckians to state boards and commissions:
Approximately 12.5 percent of the 3.4 million Kentuckians registered to vote will turn out for next week's primary election, Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes projected Thursday.
Governor Matt Bevin appointed two Northern Kentuckians to state boards and commissions, his office announced on Monday.