In the waning hours of the 2014 Kentucky General Assembly session, House Bill 237 received final passage awarding more than $5.2 billion for road projects across the Commonwealth.
The Kentucky General Assembly’s 2014 regular session ended this evening, capping off a session in which lawmakers approved the state’s next two-year budget and measures that will impact people thro
Kentucky State Auditor Adam Edelen returned to the region on Tuesday morning as the featured speaker of the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce's monthly Eggs n Issues forum.
Calling the measure a big win for efforts to reduce tobacco use in the state and particularly among young people, Gov.
More than 30,000 individuals signed up for healthcare coverage during the April 4-11 kynect special enrollment period, bringing total kynect enrollment to over 402,000.
Next week, April 13-19, is National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week, a time set aside to recognize the more than 200,000 individuals throughout the United States who play critical roles in
Governor Steve Beshear this week unveiled the 2014 Governor’s Commemorative Derby poster.
As part of the Governor’s Mansion Centennial Celebration, student-artists from Berea College have handcrafted 120 new chairs for the Governor’s Mansion.
Kentucky volunteer organizations, including the Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts, are joining utility companies from across the Commonwealth in an effort to reforest thousands of acres of land over the n
After a huge surge of applications in the final days, more than 370,000 Kentuckians enrolled in new healthcare coverage through kynect since Oct. 1.
If the Kentucky Wildcats beat the Wisconsin Badgers on Saturday night, Governor Steve Beshear will receive beer, bratwursts, and cheese from his upper midwestern counterpart.
Most of the Commonwealth roots, roots, roots for the Cincinnati Reds in the summer months, but some parts of the state prefer the Atlanta Braves or the St. Louis Cardinals.
The Kentucky General Assembly on Monday approved a two-year spending plan that authorizes $20.3 billion in spending for education, public safety, Medicaid, and other state government services while