The state’s hourly minimum wage would increase for the first time since 2009 under a bill that passed the House today by a 54-44 vote.
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Ultrasound bill clears Senate
Chief Justice of Kentucky John D.
Governor Steve Beshear today announced he will lead a Kentucky Export Initiative (KEI) trade mission to the United Kingdom.
The Kentucky State Senate approved a measure, 23-15, today that would abolish the state office of Treasurer.
"Kentucky deserves better and it needs better," Governor Steve Beshear said during a news conference Tuesday in which he unveiled his tax reform plan to be considered by the General Assembly.
The Kentucky Education Television (KET) program Kentucky Life will feature the John A. Roebling Suspension Bridge on its next installment.
Real estate site Movoto has listed the fifteen best places to live in Kentucky using a formula based on total amenities, quality of life, total crimes, tax rates, unemployment rate, commute time, a
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Signups for affordable health insurance are still going strong in the Commonwealth – with an average of nearly 1,600 new enrollees each day, according to a news release.
Dr. Ed Hughes, president & CEO of Gateway Community & Technical College is urging supporters to speak up to legislators about the school's planned urban campus in Downtown Covington.
Halfway through the winter season, the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) has spent $27 million on snow and ice removal.
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Minimum wage bill clears House committee