A proposed bill to phase out the Legislators’ Retirement Plan was given its first public hearing this week.
Overcoming Kentucky’s opioid epidemic is a key to addressing the state’s low rate of workforce participation, lawmakers were told during Thursday’s meeting of the General Assembly’s Economic Develo
The Kentucky Public Service Commission (PSC) has extended the time for comments on the implementation of a recent law that will change the way in which Kentucky electric utility customers receive c
Kentucky’s $130.1 million General Fund surplus from last fiscal year will go toward the state’s ailing public pension systems, state budget officials told lawmakers Tuesday.
The Kentucky Court of Appeals ruled against Christ Hospital's certificate of need application on Friday as the Cincinnati-based health care network's plans for a surgical center in Ft.
Children, Inc. will now be known as Learning Grove.
Ashamed, Angie Summers suffered in silence as she self-rationed her insulin.
Covington's Mainstrasse Village has been home to the city's largest annual festivals for decades.
This article has been updated with a statement from 120 Strong, an organization that advocates on behalf of Kentucky teachers.
The lawsuit filed by Covington Catholic High School student Nicholas Sandmann against the Washington Post was dismissed Friday by U.S.
Five options for over 100 quasi-governmental agencies in Kentucky to get a handle on their rising pension costs have passed the Kentucky General Assembly in a five-day special session.
Congressman Thomas Massie announced this week his introduction of H.R. 3791, the Investing in America: Rebuilding America's Airport Infrastructure Act.
The father of a Covington Catholic High School student who was identified and threatened online after an tense encounter with protesters in Washington D.C.
The Florence Freedom appear to be up for sale.