After hundreds of people seeking help in resolving their unemployment insurance claims descended on the Capitol last week, a legislative panel convened today to investigate the backlog.
The Kentucky Education Association (KEA) announced its full support of the recommendations to reopen schools announced this week by Governor Andy Beshear's administration.
The Northern Kentucky Health Department is encouraging Northern Kentuckians to wear masks and to take other precautions against COVID-19 as case numbers tick upwards in Hamilton County, Ohio.
Governor Andy Beshear and other state officials announced an interim “Guidance on Safety Expectations and Best Practices for Kentucky Schools” covering kindergarten through 12th-grade instruction i
The Kentucky Department of Education's superintendents advisory council met Monday to discuss the reopening of schools in the fall, and district leaders will learn the state's planned guidance on W
RCN has updated this story to clarify how the secretary of state's office will release the results from the June 23 primary election.
170 newly confirmed cases of COVID-19 were announced on Wednesday by Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear, bringing the state's total to 12,995 since the pandemic began.
Kynect could return, Governor Andy Beshear announced on Wednesday.
A 43-year old man and 68-year old woman from Boone County were among the seven latest deaths related to COVID-19 announced by Governor Andy Beshear on Tuesday.
Governor Andy Beshear released his 2019 tax returns on Tuesday, and called for other office-holders to do the same.
With only one polling place in Kenton, Campbell, and Boone counties in the June 23 primary, some voters have filed a lawsuit arguing that the plan to decrease opportunities for in-person voting wil
The Ohio Kentucky Indiana Regional Council of Governments (OKI) is updating its regional transportation plan through the year 2050, and it includes a possible extension of the Cincinnati streetcar
The Northern Kentucky Health Department confirmed nine new cases of COVID-19 in the four-county region on Tuesday, bringing the region's total to 1,349 since the coronavirus pandemic began.
Louisville Metro Council President David James asked lawmakers for help in rebuilding the community’s trust after days of protests following the fatal police shooting of Breonna Taylor.