Thoroughbred champion Cigar died last evening, Wednesday, Oct. 7, at Rood and Riddle Equine Hospital from complications following surgery for severe osteoarthritis in his neck.
How much money could Kentucky add to its budget if marijuana were legalized in the Commonwealth?
The United States Supreme Court on Monday let stand rulings that allow gay marriage in five states, bringing the total number of state allowing the practice to 24.
Kentucky is one of seven states selected to share $5 million in U.S.
The Kentucky Department for Public Health (DPH) is challenging early child care providers, education professionals, parents and health advocates to join them in the fight to end childhood obesity.
Senator Mitch McConnell returned to Northern Kentucky on Tuesday, hours before his opponent, Democratic Secretary of State Alison Grimes, released an internal poll showing the senate minority leade
For the first time on record, unemployment rates fell in all 120 Kentucky counties between August 2013 and August 2014, according to the Kentucky Office of Employment and Training, an agency of the
Kentucky’s public colleges and universities are teaming up to offer a statewide, virtual college fair for former students and other adults who are close to completing their college degrees.
Sometime after Nov. 1, the Kentucky Community & Technical College System will name a new president to succeed the retiring Michael McCall.
One man’s quest to get the Kentucky Lottery Corp.
Governor Steve Beshear will make a jobs announcement in Newport and cut a ribbon in Boone County on Monday.
For thousands of Kentucky students, going to school can mean bracing for a run-in with a bully.
Transylvania University and the Delta Sigma Phil fraternity are garnering some attention – make that a lot of attention – over a YouTube video called “Shake It Off” in which members of the fraterni
Kentucky Commissioner of Agriculture James Comer kicked off his campaign for governor in his hometown of Tompkinsville on Tuesday morning.