The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) announced Friday the reopening schedule that will restore full travel across the southbound (upper) deck of the Brent Spence Bridge, as well as the ramps
The number of positive COVID-19 cases in Kentucky has steadily declined in recent days.
COVID-19 cases in Kentucky continue decline along with the positivity rate, though the news about the virus remains grim.
Boone County has more car crashes involving deer than any other in Kentucky, while Campbell (third) and Kenton (tenth) are also in the top ten.
Kentucky will now offer a permanent mail-in option to renew driver's licenses and identification cards.
The service launches Friday.
Two infrastructure bills are being discussed in the U.S. Congress and are expected to pave the way for numerous initiatives across the country.
The emergency repair of the Brent Spence Bridge following last year's fiery crash that closed it for several weeks, is a finalist for another national award.
New legislation filed ahead of the 2022 Kentucky General Assembly session in January would make state funding available for the entire cost of full-day kindergarten.
COVID-19 has impacted Covington City Hall in recent days with Mayor Joe Meyer and City Manager Ken Smith testing positive for the virus.
Kentucky recorded 8,571 new positive COVID-19 cases Saturday through Monday, and 88 total deaths. Three of the deaths were among people in their early twenties, the state said.
Kentucky has just 93 total intensive care unit (ICU) beds left and out of 96 hospitals in the state, 66 are experiencing critical staff shortages, the state said Thursday.
A new Vaccines in Kentucky Poll, commissioned by the Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky, shows efforts to encourage COVID-19 vaccines have persuaded two-thirds of those who said earlier this year th
Thomas More University is celebrating its first one hundred years and is working actively to prepare for its next century.