Northern Kentucky Congressman Thomas Massie (R-Lewis Co.) received one of the first-ever Gold Mouse Awards for Social Media by the Congressional Management Foundation (CMF), a non-partisan non-prof
A Kentucky embroidery shop is getting some flak online after a review accused it of being discriminatory.
As he signed the final bills passed in the last hours of the legislative session, Governor Steve Beshear applauded the many successes of this General Assembly, which include investments in educati
If you have an extra $30 million lying around, you might be interested to know that the iconic castle in Woodford County is on the market again.
Governor Steve Beshear has directed that flags at all state office buildings be lowered to half-staff on Friday, April 25 in honor of a Kentucky soldier who died during World War II and whose remai
Do you have a favorite "Old Kentucky Home"?
KYTC to Seek Public Input in Covington on Improving Disadvantaged Businesses' Role in Highway Projects
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet is seeking public input on proposed goals for increasing Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) involvement in highway projects.
Kentucky highway fatalities dropped to a 64-year low in 2013; a 14 percent reduction in deaths over 2012.
More than one in every ten Kentuckians now have affordable health care – many for the first time – thanks to the successful initial open enrollment period for kynect, Kentucky’s state-based health
A winter season punctuated by a polar vortex, sub-zero temperatures, loads of snow, and crippling ice storms created more than a traveling nuisance for Kentucky residents.
As Covington and the NKY River Cities see an increase in farm-to-table, community gardens, farmers markets, and urban agriculture, let's take a look at what's happening with the movemen
When the final gavel falls on a legislative session, it’s often seen as a time to start looking back – a chance to review what passed, what failed, who won and who lost.
Bellevue City Clerk Mary Scott was named the Kentucky Municipal Clerks Association "Clerk of the Year" during the organization's spring meeting at Lake Cumberland.