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.
Kentucky now has the fifth highest adult obesity rate in the nation, according to “The State of Obesity: Better Policies for a Healthier America,” a report from the Trust for America’s Health and t
The head of University of Kentucky’s Markey Cancer Center says his agency supports an increase in the state cigarette tax and a statewide smoking ban as part of its effort to significantly reduce c
By all indications, the state’s first industrial hemp crop in decades appears to have been successful.
After back-to-back Internet blog posts critical of decisions by federal administrators, Kentucky Education Commissioner Terry Holliday is going to take his frustration to Washington, D.C., for a fa
Citing Kentucky’s continued worst state ranking in smoking and cancer deaths, Governor Steve Beshear announced today that all executive branch state property campuses will be tobacco-free effective
A new report released recently by the Kentucky Center for Economic Policy reveals downward trends in job opportunities, full-time work, wages and even living standards for many in the labor force.
Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway and his Medicaid Fraud and Abuse Control Unit announced Friday that Kentucky has joined with other states and the federal government in a $16.48 million settle
Money taken each year in Kentucky during all robberies combined falls well short of the total amount of wages improperly withheld from Kentucky’s workers.
The Kentucky Department of Education on Monday launched a major push to get teachers, parents, and others to learn more about the state’s English/language arts and math academic measures, and then
Who would pay $2 million for a country ham?
Republic Bank and Hermitage Farms, that’s who.
There will soon be two new structures in Latonia.
The Kentucky-Indiana Joint Board on Wednesday approved the hiring of a Louisville company to provide marketing, branding, and communications services related to an all-electronic tolling system for
The youngest member of the Kentucky General Assembly is coming to Covington this week.