A bill that would require vision screenings for Kentucky drivers renewing their licenses advanced out of the Senate Transportation Committee on Wednesday.
Five counties in Northern Kentucky counted 77 newly confirmed positive COVID-19 cases on Tuesday as the state counted a total of 880.
There were only twenty newly confirmed positive COVID-19 cases across five Northern Kentucky counties on Monday, marking a continued and steep decline in the daily case load.
Demolition has begun on whatever is set to replace the former Joseph Beth Booksellers at the Crestview Hills Town Center.
The daily positive COVID-19 case count continues to decline in Kentucky.
The list of issues receiving consideration from state lawmakers continued growing this week as workdays lengthened and an increased number of bills advanced through the legislative process.
The Kentucky Senate voted 35-0 to cap insulin copays for some Kentuckians with state-regulated insurance plans to $35 per 30-day supply.
Tenants plotting revenge on a landlord who evicts them might think twice before doing so if Senate Bill 11 becomes law.
The Kentucky General Assembly hopes school will soon be back in session for students and teachers across the Commonwealth with Thursday’s passage of House Bill 208.
Kentucky recorded 1,068 positive COVID-19 cases on Thursday including 124 across five Northern Kentucky counties.
A KY Senate bill that seeks to guarantee pregnant and postpartum inmates receive proper care could soon become law.
Preliminary work on upcoming repairs and maintenance to the Brent Spence Bridge has been completed, the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet - District 6 Office reported.
This story has been corrected to reflect that the city approved allowing the development to move forward to consideration at the Kenton County Planning Commission.
Kentucky recorded 1,080 newly confirmed positive COVID-19 cases on Tuesday including 139 in five Northern Kentucky counties.
Eighteen industries, including bars and restaurants, are now permitted to increase capacity to 60% starting Friday as COVID-19 cases continue to decline across the state, Governor Andy Beshear said