Racial disproportionality and disparities for youth and families of color in the area of child welfare services will be the topic of statewide meeting this week.
In 2016, more than 190 Kentuckians died from a drug overdose caused by a powerful prescription opioid three times stronger than morphine.
Senator Rand Paul was allegedly assaulted in his Bowling Green home on Friday afternoon and a man is under arrest.
Governor Matt Bevin did not mince words in a hastily called news conference Saturday afternoon in the Capitol rotunda - taking on members of his own party, without naming any names.
Solar power means bigger electricity bills for non-solar customers, a group called the Consumer Energy Alliance told a panel of state legislators this week.
For more than a year, we knew that CTI Clinical Trials and Consulting was relocating from Blue Ash, Oh.
Five people are dead after a head-on crash on Staffordsburg Road late Thursday afternoon.
Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley hosted a brief press conference at the Banks, with the Roebling Suspension Bridge as his backdrop, offering as symbolism, Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky being connec
Electronic filing of civil and criminal cases and other technologies have helped to modernize Kentucky’s court system.
He called it, "Keeping the Promise".
As Kentucky lawmakers explore ways to pay for public employee pensions, a coalition of law enforcement groups say legalizing marijuana for recreational use isn’t the answer.
A new report issued Tuesday shows an increase of staggering proportions in the number of Kentucky adults and children receiving disability benefits.
As the Latonia sky filled with balloons and lanterns, 32nd Street below was swarmed by friends, neighbors, and family devastated by the sudden and shocking loss of Eli Kindt.