Kentucky saw another small net gain in new voters last month, Secretary of State Michael G. Adams reported.
The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife (KDFW) and state wildlife agencies are working with diagnostic laboratories to investigate sick and dying birds.
From the Legislative Research Commission:
What can be done to lower the rate of infant and maternal deaths in the Commonwealth?
The use of cloth face coverings and social distancing measures are no longer mandated in Kentucky schools, the Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) said Friday, rescinding its COVID-19 guidance i
Governor Andy Beshear delivered his final regularly-scheduled COVID-19 briefing on Friday, announcing the end to the statewide mask mandate for most settings and ending capacity limits for restaura
Most new laws approved during the Kentucky General Assembly's 2021 session will go into effect on Tuesday, June 29.
Covington City Manager David Johnston resigned his position, a move that was accepted by the city commission on Tuesday night.
Kentuckians who have received a COVID-19 vaccine will be eligible to win $1 million or a full college scholarship.
Kentucky added 260 additional COVID-19-related deaths to the official number as part of an ongoing audit of death certificates.
Three from Boone County are among the 48 statewide to be added to the Kentucky Coalition for Advancing Education (KCAE).
A more than-twelve-acre site on Grandview Drive in Ft. Mitchell is once again targeted for a type of development that the city officially does not want.
Democrats in Kentucky saw their numbers decline in April while Republicans saw a small increase, as the state's voter registration begins to stabilize with new registrations outnumbering voter remo
A $1.5 billion investment in the Northern Kentucky area by Amazon Air is taking another step forward as the e-commerce behemoth seeks to hire a workforce of what is expected to be ultimately 2,000
Kentucky has now seen more than 2 million people receive at least their first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, Governor Andy Beshear reported.
Boone, Campbell, and Kenton counties are under an air quality alert for Tuesday, May 25, the Southwest Ohio Air Quality Agency said Monday.