The historic Hoge House will be sold by the Commonwealth of Kentucky as surplus property.
Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear delivered his State of the Commonwealth Address on Tuesday night. This recap comes from the Governor's office:
An inmate that escaped from the Balckburn Correctional Complex is back behind bars, because it was too cold to be free.
Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes is confirmed to speak at the Kentucky Young Democrats Convention in Covington, the group confirmed on Facebook Monday.
Settlements with two pharmaceutical companies will be used throughout Kentucky to expand substance abuse treatment, including opiate additions (such as heroin), Attorney General Jack Conway announc
Kentucky House Speaker Greg Stumbo said Friday that the Democratic caucus will push for an increase in the state's minimum wage over a three-year period from $7.25 per hour to $10.10.
The Kentucky General Assembly returns to Frankfort on January 7 for a 60-day budget session.
Where will the money go?
Tolls would pay for the bulk of the Brent Spence Bridge project, said a report jointly released Tuesday by the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet and the Ohio Department of Transportation.
Since Thanksgiving week, enrollments through Kentucky’s health insurance website, kynect, are up nearly 93 percent – and more than 1 out of every 4 signups is for private health insurance.
The Kentucky State Police (KSP) is gearing up for the New Years Eve holiday, which is traditionally a time for festive events where people gather to ring in a new year.
A Louisville man was arrested after disrupting a bingo game.
Here is a look at what's making headlines around Covington and around Kentucky on Christmas:
MAN GOES HOMELESS TO RAISE AWARENESS
Monday marked the final day that Kentuckians could enroll in the state's new health care benefit exchange in order to have benefits by January 1, though the enrollment period continues.
This article originally appeared at RCN partner KY Forward via Samaritan's Purse.