The ballot for Kentucky's statewide election in November is set.
Six teachers from the Boone County School district are among the twenty-four teachers selected as outstanding Kentucky educators and recipients of the 2020 Valvoline Teacher Achievement Awards (TAA
The use of tobacco, e-cigarettes and vaping devices would be banned at public schools—unless school districts opt out of the ban—under a bill that has passed the Kentucky House.
A bill that would legalize medicinal marijuana in Kentucky passed the House Judiciary Committee on Wednesday by a vote of 16-1. But, smoking the medicinal marijuana would not be permitted.
The Washington Post, facing a $250 million lawsuit from Nick Sandmann, the Covington Catholic High School student who became the face of media coverage of an incident at the Lincoln Memorial in Jan
State road crews will be hitting the streets this month to treat noxious and nuisance weeds.
The House Committee on Licensing, Occupation, and Administrative Regulations passed House Bill 175, sponsored by Representative Adam Koenig (R-Erlanger) that would fully legalize sports wagering in
A bill that would clarify employers' responsibilities when it comes to making reasonable accommodations for pregnant employees received overwhelming support in the Kentucky Senate last week.
Peek into one of the journals that have rested for more than a century on the shelves of the State Capitol’s law library and you’ll see the issues that captured lawmakers’ attention on March 15, 19
The state Senate passed a measure Thursday that would allow someone to carry a concealed firearm without a license by a 29-8 vote.
A bill that would prohibit an abortion if a fetal heartbeat was detected advanced out of the state Senate Thursday by a 31-6 vote.
The Diocese of Covington on Wednesday released the results of its investigation into a trip by Covington Catholic High School students to Washington, D.C.
Shareable electric scooters have been ridden along the sidewalks and streets in Northern Kentucky's river cities, as well as Louisville, and now Kentucky lawmakers are discussing their use.
State Rep. Dennis Keene (D-Wilder) filed a bill in the Kentucky General Assembly that he says would bring hundreds of millions of dollars into the state.