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.
Nominations are now being accepted for the 36th Annual Ida Lee Willis Memorial Foundation Historic Preservation Awards, which recognize excellence in the preservation of Kentucky’s historic buildin
The Commonwealth of Kentucky has hired private legal counsel to handle all future legal proceedings related to a recent ruling by a federal judge that requires the state to recognize same-sex marri
Legislative calendar bill clears Senate committee
A bill that would allow for a local option sales tax passed a Kentucky House of Representatives committee on Tuesday.
House Budget Committee Passes State Budget, Revenue Bills; Invasive Plants Also Targeted by Lawmakers
The House budget committee on Tuesday gave its approval to a nearly $20.3 billion two-year state budget proposal that would trim funding for most of state government, leave some areas untouched, an
NKY Restoration Weekend returns to Covington on March 21 & 22 and the Kentucky Heritage Council will be on hand to launch the public phase of its strategic planning process as well as tools the
Consumer security breach bill heads to Senate
First Lady Jane Beshear and Cabinet for Economic Development Secretary Larry Hayes are being recognized for their contributions to the country’s economic well-being.
The 58 granite steps leading to the State Capitol’s front doors mark a place where Kentuckians arrive with hope.
It’s been about three weeks since a 40-foot-wide, 60-foot-deep sinkhole opened up within the Skydome of the National Corvette Museum, taking eight prized Corvettes with it (see KY Forward
End-of-life care bill heads to Senate
A bill that would allow the use of public-private partnerships, or P3s, to finance major government projects in the Commonwealth has cleared the House Appropriations and Revenue Committee.
The Covington City Commission unanimously passed a resolution on Tuesday night endorsing the passage of House Bill 171, a piece of legislation before the General Assembly that aims to protect gays
Governor Steve Beshear will seek outside counsel to appeal a federal judge's ruling that forces Kentucky to recognize same-sex marriages performed outside of the state.