Louisville Metro Council President David James asked lawmakers for help in rebuilding the community’s trust after days of protests following the fatal police shooting of Breonna Taylor.
During his regular public briefing about the coronavirus in Kentucky, Governor Andy Beshear said that the statue of Jefferson Davis inside the state Capitol rotunda has no place there.
Kentucky's voter rolls declined from March 31 to April 30, Secretary of State Michael G. Adams announced.
There are 1,265 fewer voters, or a decrease of 0.04 percent.
Kentucky Kingdom amusement park, public pools, and state parks received reopening dates during Governor Andy Beshear's daily update on COVID-19 in the Commonwealth.
The unemployment rate in all Northern Kentucky counties rose to double figures, and in most cases more than tripled the rate in March, the state's Education & Workforce Development Cabinet anno
Eight more COVID-19-related deaths were confirmed Wednesday by the Northern Kentucky Health Department.
Governor Andy Beshear spent part of his press briefing on Tuesday, in which he offered updates on COVID-19 in the state, to address a weekend protest at the Capitol that included the hanging of an
The state is bracing for a $456.7 million – or four percent – General Fund revenue shortfall and a nearly $162 million shortfall in the state Road Fund this fiscal year, based on revised estimates
Governor Andy Beshear was hung in effigy during a rally in Frankfort on Sunday.
With Memorial Day weekend approaching, Governor Andy Beshear on Tuesday rolled out additional guidelines for public recreation amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
St. Elizabeth Healthcare will serve as the first site for a newly approved phase-two clinical trial studying the effects of the drug PUL-042, created by Pulmotect, Inc.
Small groups of ten people or fewer will be able to gather together once again on May 22, Governor Andy Beshear announced on Thursday.
There are no plans yet in Kentucky to allow for the reopening of public and commercial pools, Governor Andy Beshear said Tuesday.
Five more deaths from COVID-19-related caused were reported in Northern Kentucky on Monday, and forty-five additional confirmed cases of the disease caused by the novel coronavirus have been report
From the Kentucky League of Cities