With a vote of 4-2 tonight, Midway, population 1,657, became the eighth Kentucky city to adopt a Fairness Ordinance, prohibiting discrimination in employment, housing, and public accommodations aga
Lions Clubs of Kentucky and the Kentucky Head Start Association will host a press conference today, May 15 at 5:00 p.m. in the Florence Lions Club House to announce that beginning in the fall of 20
Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway filed a lawsuit Tuesday in federal court against Marathon Petroleum. The suit, filed in U.S.
New data released Wednesday shows the top killer of people at work in Kentucky.
Law enforcement officers from 14 agencies across the Commonwealth, including three in Northern Kentucky, were recognized Friday for completing the Kentucky Department of Criminal Justice Training’s
Know of an empty or neglected historic structure that has been rehabilitated and put back into use?
This story is written by James McNair for the Kentucky Center for Investigative Reporting and is presented here with permission.
The Kentucky Senate passed legislation Wednesday banning breweries from owning beer distribution networks – a move expected to force Anheuser-Busch to sell its two Kentucky distributorships.
Arkansas and Kentucky reported the sharpest reductions in their uninsured rates among adult residents since the healthcare law's requirement to have insurance took effect at the beginning of 2014.
The bill that could possibly lead to tolls being used to fund the estimated $2.6 billion Brent Spence Bridge Corridor Project advanced through a House of Representatives Committee in Frankfort late
The official kynect open enrollment ended at midnight on Feb. 15 with more than 158,000 Kentuckians signing up for private health insurance or Medicaid coverage.
After two seasons of record harvests, Kentucky’s deer hunters kept the pace up this past season.
"To an unusual degree his life was not about him, but about Kentuckians."
The deepest, darkest, bleakest part of winter is here.
The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources will collect walleye and sauger from waters throughout the state from late January through spring.