Governor Matt Bevin signed an executive order on Thursday that prohibits former legislators appointed to executive or judicial branch positions from double- or triple-dipping their pension payout.
Hotel Covington will add sixty new rooms, characterized by developers as "VIP and presidential suites" in the former downtown Covington YMCA building.
The Christ Hospital Health Network announced on Tuesday that it will not proceed with a development plan in Ft. Mitchell on the former site of the Drawbridge Inn.
Indiana’s so-called “red flag law” has been on that state’s book since 2005, but Clark County, Ind.
Governor Matt Bevin officially asked for a recanvass of Tuesday's election results, which showed him trailing his Democratic opponent, Attorney General Andy Beshear, by 5,189 votes.
*Beshear (D) appears to win governor's race narrowly, unseating Bevin (R), but Bevin says he won't concede yet
In their fifth and final debate of the 2019 gubernatorial election cycle, Republican incumbent Matt Bevin and his Democratic opponent, Attorney General Andy Beshear addressed the long-proposed Bren
Churchill Downs announced Thursday that it will acquire Turfway Park in Florence, tear it down, and construct a new facility.
The Ludlow-Bromley Yacht Club appears to be a total loss after a barge drifted towards it and ultimately crashed into it early Wednesday morning.
The results of Kentucky's new 5-star accountability system for public schools were released on Tuesday. The River City News compiled key components of the data and shared them for each sch
Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin will make two stops in Northern Kentucky on Thursday.
A proposed bill to phase out the Legislators’ Retirement Plan was given its first public hearing this week.
Overcoming Kentucky’s opioid epidemic is a key to addressing the state’s low rate of workforce participation, lawmakers were told during Thursday’s meeting of the General Assembly’s Economic Develo
The Kentucky Public Service Commission (PSC) has extended the time for comments on the implementation of a recent law that will change the way in which Kentucky electric utility customers receive c
Kentucky’s $130.1 million General Fund surplus from last fiscal year will go toward the state’s ailing public pension systems, state budget officials told lawmakers Tuesday.