The Kentucky House gave final passage Friday to the so-called “snow days” bill that would give school districts until June 6 to make up instructional time lost due to this winter’s snow, ice, and c
Almost 70 years to the date of combat in the small town of Tremensuoli, Italy, during World War II, the University of Kentucky’s Louie B.
A Covington Police officer wounded in the line of duty is the Kentucky Fraternal Order of Police's Officer of the Year.
In conjunction with National Distracted Driving Awareness Month, law enforcement agencies in Kentucky are stepping up efforts to persuade drivers to put down the phone as part of the first national
The Kentucky Senate Transportation Committee approved a measure Wednesday that would provide oversight and regulations to public-private partnerships, so-called P3s, in the Commonwealth.
The song We're Not Gonna Take It nearly reached the top 20 of the Billboard Hot 100 in 1984, the year Mitch McConnell was first elected to the United States Senate.
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet - District 6 Office wants to remind folks that campaign and other temporary advertising signage illegally placed on state highway rights of way will be removed t
The state’s biennial budget plans are one step closer to becoming law after being amended and approved by the Kentucky Senate today.
More than 321,000 Kentuckians are now enrolled in new healthcare coverage through kynect, and that number is expected to keep growing in the final 10 days of open enrollment.
The Kentucky Wildcats face the Kansas State Wildcats while the Eastern Kentucky Colonels take on the Kansas Jayhawks in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on Friday, so Kentucky Governor Steve
Jane Beshear, wife of Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear, will visit two schools and a library in Northern Kentucky on Wednesday as part of the Commonwealth's Literacy Celebration.
Kentucky House Bill 407 dominated the conversation at Saturday's meeting of the Kenton County Mayors Group.
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More than 300,000 Kentuckians are now enrolled in new healthcare coverage through kynect, and that number is expected to grow as we enter the final two weeks of open enrollment.
Utah remains the state with the lowest percentage of smokers (12.2 percent), a distinction it has held since Gallup and Healthways began tracking smoking habits in 2008.