As promised, Kentucky Attorney General Andy Beshear, a Democrat, filed suit against Republican Governor Matt Bevin, GOP leaders in the General Assembly, and two state pension systems on Wednesday,
Governor Matt Bevin announced Monday that he will veto the tax and budget bills passed by the Kentucky General Assembly.
This story from Thursday night has been updated following new details on Friday morning about a proposed deal from two members of Cincinnati city council that could land the stadium in
In a day marked by large demonstrations by educators from across Kentucky, the General Assembly passed its revenue and tax bills and sent both to the desk of Governor Matt Bevin for his signature.
Multiple local school districts in Northern Kentucky are joining others around the state in closing school on Monday as teachers descend upon Frankfort to protest proposed cuts to education.
Attorney General Andy Beshear said Friday that he would sue to stop the pension bill that was adopted by the General Assembly on Thursday after it was slipped into an unrelated piece of legislation
The United States Surgeon General will visit Northern Kentucky.
There has been a lot of talk about the west side of Newport in recent months, with most of the focus on a large swath of vacant land at the confluence of the Licking and Ohio Rivers known as Ovatio
There are always surprises in legislative sessions.
Mayor Butch Callery's gavel got a workout on Thursday night as he repeatedly attempted to calm a disruptive crowd during a special meeting of the Villa Hills city council.
Pedestrians are now also barred from using the Roebling Suspension Bridge indefinitely.
Like cities across the state, Ft. Mitchell is facing touch choices as it prepares the budget for the next fiscal year, due in large part to inaction in Frankfort on the state's pension problem.
The first piece of legislation to pass a legislative chamber this week dealt with making playground equipment accessible to all children.
The Senate has advanced a measure to broaden the state’s rape and sodomy statutes.
Criminal gang members could face felony instead of misdemeanor penalties for gang recruitment and spend more time in jail under a bill that has cleared the Kentucky House.