Kentucky users of Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits will receive their funds early due to the partial shutdown of the federal government.
Former state auditor Adam Edelen became the third Democrat to enter this year's race for Kentucky governor.
The following op-ed is by Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin (R).
A $2.8 million settlement with banking giant Wells Fargo was announced Friday by Kentucky Attorney General Andy Beshear.
Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes have birth to a son on Wednesday morning.
After the Kentucky Supreme Court ruled that the process used to pass pension reform by the General Assembly was unconstitutional, the bill’s opponents cheered, taunted, and repeatedly spiked the fo
With the passing of the farm bill in the U.S. Congress, Kentucky Agriculture Commissioner Ryan Quarles submitted the state's regulatory framework for hemp to the U.S.
Performing an abortion in Kentucky would be illegal after a fetal heartbeat is detectable under legislation prefiled last week by Rep. Robert Goforth (R-East Bernstadt).
By a unanimous 7-0 vote, the Kentucky Supreme Court struck down Senate Bill 151, which reformed the state pension system, and was derided as "the sewer bill" because of its attachment to other, unr
In a unanimous vote, the Kentucky Board of Education today approved changes to the regulation on minimum graduation requirements for Kentucky students entering high school in 2019 and 2020.
A big increase in funding is coming to Northern Kentucky to support and promote innovative entrepreneurs and start-up businesses.
Three Northern Kentucky state senators will chair committees when the new General Assembly takes office in 2019.
Funding for Kentucky’s public pension systems continues to be challenge, a state retirement official told a state pension oversight board this week.
How to give more leeway to Kentucky voters who want to cast ballots before Election Day was considered by some state lawmakers today during committee testimony from the Kentucky County Clerks Assoc
Kentucky cities continue to call for separation of their retirement system from the Kentucky Retirement Systems as state lawmakers gear up for the General Assembly’s 2019 regular session.