Criminal gang members could face felony instead of misdemeanor penalties for gang recruitment and spend more time in jail under a bill that has cleared the Kentucky House.
Capitol observers have been tuned in for months to find out what form lawmakers’ public pension reform plans might take and how legislators would cast their first votes on the issue.
Kentucky’s craft brewers would be allowed to sell more packaged beer to individual customers visiting their breweries under a bill headed to the governor’s desk.
A $22.5 billion state spending plan that would shore up funding for public education and public safety while ensuring that Kentucky meets its obligation to fund the state employees’ and teachers’ r
The most anticipated bill of the General Assembly’s 2018 session was unveiled this week with the introduction of a public pension reform bill in the Senate.
Governor Matt Bevin was in Covington on Thursday to celebrate the new Work Ready Incubator launched by Thomas More College.
Gov. Matt Bevin submitted an amicus brief to the Kentucky Supreme Court in the case of the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Human Rights Commission v. Hands-On Originals.
It has been a reoccurring theme in recent years. In each legislative session, lawmakers take aim at the latest challenges posed by the state’s opioid epidemic.
Florence Police Officer, Asked to Patrol While Pregnant, Testifies in Favor of Pregnant Workers' Act
A state Senate committee advanced a measure dubbed the Kentucky Pregnant Workers’ Act.
A bill that would require the inclusion of abstinence education in any human sexuality or sexually transmitted diseases curriculum passed the Senate by a 32-5 vote.
A bill presented in the Kentucky State Senate would allow for the recreational use of marijuana.
People who rescue dogs and cats from locked cars - with the reasonable, good-faith belief that the animal is in immediate danger of death if not removed - would receive civil immunity for damaging
The Kentucky Department of Agriculture launched a new initiative designed to combat food insecurity for children in the summers when school - and school lunches - are out of session.
The Kentucky Department of Agriculture approved 225 applications from growers to cultivate up to 12,018 acres of industrial hemp for research purposes this year, the state said in a news
The election of Kentucky’s Governor and other statewide officers would move to even-numbered years in 2024 under a proposed state constitutional amendment approved Monday by a House committee.