Electronic cigarettes would be regulated as tobacco products in Kentucky under legislation that passed the House Licensing and Occupations Committee today.
A bill that would allow low-level, one-time Kentucky felons to ask the courts to erase—or “expunge”—their felony records cleared the House today on a 79-21 vote.
Kentucky State Auditor Adam Edelen returns to Covington on Thursday, one week after releasing the results of his office's examination of the city's finance department where former director Bob Due
Kentucky Speaker of the House Greg Stumbo (D-Prestonsburg) has joined 17 other House members--now a third of the Democratic House Caucus--as a co-sponsor on Rep.
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) announced Friday that it will be making traffic changes at the intersection of the new Pride Parkway and Old Taylor Mill Road/Taylor Creek Drive in Taylor
Kentucky must recognize same-sex marriages performed elsewhere, a federal judge ruled Wednesday.
Sixteen states – including Kentucky – set new records for export sales last year, U.S. Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker announced Tuesday.
The Center for Business and Economic Research at the University of Kentucky released its 42nd Kentucky Annual Economic Report today, with CBER Director Chris Bollinger saying he is “generally optim
An employee of the Commonwealth of Kentucky was arrested this week on child pornography charges after illegal images were found on his state computer.
By Frank Newport
Bill regulating auto ‘tent sales’ clears House
A robust winter season and more precipitation expected in the coming weeks has Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) officials looking for ways to conserve salt as deliveries slow and materials ru
A regional manager with the Kentucky Lottery was arrested by Kentucky State Police on Friday, accused of fraudulent use of promotional lottery tickets.
House committee passed smoking prohibition