A new study of recent Kentucky high school graduates shows that approximately 60 percent of those who did not attend postsecondary education entered Kentucky’s workforce and earned less than $8,000
"It is time for our economy in this area to take off and what we are doing here today as a result of the action of the legislature during this last session is going to help build a very thriving ec
Terry Holliday, Kentucky’s highly-regarded commissioner of education, has been named the 2014 Policy Leader of the Year by the National Association of State Boards of Education (NASBE).
Governor Steve Beshear will be in Covington on Wednesday to sign House Bill 445, known as the angel investor tax credit bill.
“So this summer, I’ll be driving a big bus around Kentucky telling all the folks who happen to live there everything I won’t be doing for them,” said Gil Fulbright.
Kentucky’s seasonally adjusted preliminary unemployment rate for June 2014 dropped to 7.4 percent from a revised 7.7 percent in May 2014, according to the Office of Employment and Training (OET), a
Governor Steve Beshear today signed a budget reduction order for Fiscal Year 2014 to fill a $91 million General Fund budget deficit in accordance with state law.
Kentucky dropped to sixth place among surveyed states in 2013 for high school cigarette use, a significant improvement from the state’s first place ranking in 2011, according to a recently released
Fifty years after its birth as a coal company town, Vicco in Perry County is receiving a birthday gift of sorts.
Foodies flock to Kentucky for its eclectic dining scene, which offers everything from haute cuisine in elegant hotel restaurants to outstanding down-home fare at diners and even truck stops.
Put this in your corn cob pipe and smoke it: Kentucky kicked ass in a couple of national rankings.
Six adjoining counties in the Eastern Kentucky Coal Field rank among the nation’s 10 hardest counties to live in, as defined by six factors compiled byThe New York Times to measure quality and long