A march that billed itself as "anti-bigotry" made its way around the streets of downtown Covington on Saturday afternoon with between 100 and 200 people waving signs and shouting chants in the wake
Frankfort will be a lonelier place for Rep. Arnold Simpson, at least in partisan terms.
A legislative panel got a snapshot of Kentucky's horse-racing industry during a meeting Monday at Turfway Park in Florence.
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It's 8 p.m. on a Monday and there is the sound of revelry emanating from the north corner of the Mutual Building in downtown Covington.
The director of the Kentucky Arts Council is gone and Governor Matt Bevin has reorganized the board with 11 new members - including an attorney from Union.
UPDATE: Displaced residents are now set up in a temporary shelter at the Kenton Co. Boys & Girls Club.
The City of Covington celebrated its 200th birthday throughout 2015, but the nonprofit bicentennial committee, known as COV 200, ended its efforts deep in debt.
The Office of the State Climatologist and the Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet, in coordination with the Kentucky Drought Mitigation Team, are issuing a Level I drought declaration for 117 c
It had been twenty years since Joseph U. Meyer's name appeared on a ballot but on Tuesday night he was in fighting form, cruising to a landslide win over Mayor Sherry Carran in Covington.
"Here we are tonight finding ourselves tonight divided by two very flawed candidates.
Kentucky Attorney General Andy Beshear issued an opinion on Friday that says it is OK for voters to take a selfie with their ballots.
Three attorneys from different state government agencies gave lawmakers a look at how Kentucky’s new public-private partnership (P3) law will be put to use.