Kentucky saw an increase of 49% in drug overdose deaths in 2020 compared to 2019, the Kentucky Justice and Public Safety Cabinet and Office of Drug Control Policy announced Tuesday.
Boone, Campbell, Kenton, and Grant counties are now classified as "orange" for accelerated spread of COVID-19 according to state figures, another sign of increasing case counts as the world battles
All 207,000 consumer and business addresses in Boone, Campbell, and Kenton counties will see an expanded fiber network from Cincinnati Bell through a $181 million investment by the company.
The additional unemployment benefits paid during the COVID-19 pandemic will end in Kentucky on September 6.
The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources (KDFW) still wants residents of Boone, Campbell, and Kenton counties not to feed birds amid an unexplained illness affecting the animals in th
Kenton County and Cincinnati Bell announced a partnership Thursday to bring high-speed internet access to every household in the county.
On July 1, Kentucky reported 215 newly confirmed cases of COVID-19.
Nearly four weeks later, on Tuesday, the state recorded 1,273, including 215 in people under the age of 18.
School districts should require all unvaccinated students and adults to wear a mask when in classrooms and other indoor school settings, Governor Andy Beshear and other state officials recommended
The Commonwealth of Kentucky announced more than $157 million in funding for cities across the state form the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA), the $1.9 trillion economic recovery legislation pushed
Kentucky lawmakers heard testimony Wednesday on how first responders across the state have held up during COVID-19.
Former Bromley Mayor Donnie Jobe was killed Monday night in a motorcycle crash on Madison Pike (KY 17) near Pioneer Park in Covington.
As a more transmissible variant of COVID-19 makes its way around the world, Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear and state Health Commissioner Dr. Steven Stack spoke in Frankfort on Monday about it.
County clerk offices across Kentucky have been unable to process vehicle-related transactions due to intermittent system issues, the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) said Monday.
This story was compiled with details from the Legislative Research Commission and the Kentucky Department of Education