Overcoming Kentucky’s opioid epidemic is a key to addressing the state’s low rate of workforce participation, lawmakers were told during Thursday’s meeting of the General Assembly’s Economic Develo
The Kentucky Public Service Commission (PSC) has extended the time for comments on the implementation of a recent law that will change the way in which Kentucky electric utility customers receive c
Kentucky’s $130.1 million General Fund surplus from last fiscal year will go toward the state’s ailing public pension systems, state budget officials told lawmakers Tuesday.
Multiple Northern Kentuckians have heard their name called recently as Governor Matt Bevin's office announced the latest appointments to state boards and commissions.
Ashamed, Angie Summers suffered in silence as she self-rationed her insulin.
This article has been updated with a statement from 120 Strong, an organization that advocates on behalf of Kentucky teachers.
The election fill the state legislative seat vacated by Republican Diane St. Onge was set by Governor Matt Bevin on Tuesday.
As your attorney general, I have made it a top priority to protect Kentuckians from scammers and stop annoying and illegal scam phone calls.
The Kentucky Veterans Hall of Fame on Tuesday announced its sixth class of inductees in Frankfort.
Northern Kentucky University’s Dr. Abdullah Al-Bahrani has been appointed to the inaugural Kentucky Financial Empowerment Commission Board by Kentucky Treasurer Allison Ball. Dr.
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Low-income Kentuckians who shop at farmers markets this week will double their buying power.
The Governor’s School for Entrepreneurs (GSE), an agency within the Kentucky Education and Workforce Development Cabinet (EWDC), hosted its annual Demo Day at Northern Kentucky University on July 1
We left Frankfort at the end of March with a working group that was to study the university and quasi-government pension plans and recommend a permanent solution that we would take up in the next b