Certain convicted felons had their voting rights restored as well as their option to seek public office thanks to an executive order signed by Governor Steve Beshear who is in the final days of his
Motorists encounter deer on Kentucky roadways throughout the year but the number of collisions increases in the fall.
The reported incidents of Kentucky’s public school students accused of bullying, harassing or threatening others has more than tripled since 2012 to 21,015.
Kentucky House Bill 8, adopted during the last legislative session, will extend civil protections to sexual assault, dating violence, and stalking victims starting January 1, 2016. On October 15, L
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Kevin Canafax, vice president of Fidelity Investments’ Midwest Region, has been named Chairman of the Board of the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce, succeeding Wil James, Jr., president of Toyota Motor
A Kentucky State Trooper is dead after a suspect opened fire on Interstate 24 in Lyon Co.
Federal law enforcement agencies from six states, including Kentucky, convened in Detroit this week to share strategies to combat heroin and prescription drug abuse.
On Monday, Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis will have to begin issuing marriage licenses if she wants to obey the law.
The Kentucky Teachers Retirement System pension fund will need an additional $520.4 million in state contributions to be fully funded next fiscal year, a state pension oversight board heard Monday.
"Because they're not Democrats anymore," a man in a black leather vest said pointing his finger in the direction of another man, his other hand full of stickers supporting a Republican statewide ca
Hours after an historic ruling from the United States Supreme Court, Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear announced that Kentucky will recognize same-sex marriages and county clerks will receive revised
Most new laws approved during the Kentucky General Assembly's 2015 regular session go into effect next week.
The state's lowest paid employees will be getting a raise thanks to an executive order by Governor Steve Beshear.