Kentucky students who will be high school seniors this fall are invited to enter a video logging contest sponsored by the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority (KHEAA).

LOUISVILLE -- Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin cleared his first hurdle toward a second term despite a strong Republican primary challenge Tuesday, setting up a showdown with his arch-nemesis -- Democrat Andy Beshear -- that will settle the feud they've fought in courtrooms over education and pensio…

The Ursuline Sisters of Mount Saint Joseph are announcing a unique fundraiser to support their ministries that will spread a little kindness to those who may be struggling, need words of encouragement or just to let someone know they are appreciated.

As part of Older Americans Month, Feeding Kentucky has announced the release of "Hunger Among Adults Age 50-59 in 2017 and The State of Senior Hunger in America in 2017," two studies about food insecurity among older adults in the United States published by Feeding America®. The reports shed…

Seventy-four recruits from throughout the Commonwealth and one other state reported to the Kentucky State Police Training Academy in Frankfort today to begin 25 weeks of training that will determine whether they have what it takes to join "The Thin Gray Line." Their ranks are an encouraging …

Following a warning from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), Attorney General Andy Beshear issued a scam alert to warn Kentuckians against returning "one ring" phone calls that he said can result in costly billing charges.

ASHLAND -- Julie Kavanaugh knows what it feels like to be a true champion in the world of professional sports.

Gov. Matt Bevin signed a budget reduction order this week, meeting the Constitutional mandate that the Commonwealth of Kentucky end the fiscal year with a balanced budget. General Fund revenue receipts fell short of budgeted amounts by $138.5 million, requiring Friday’s action.

Governor Bevin has designated April 6 as World War I Centennial Day in Kentucky.

In the last two days of the 2017 Regular Session before the period where the governor decides whether or not to veto or accept legislation that has been sent to him, a number of bills from each chamber were agreed to by the other chamber and sent to Gov. Bevin. Several of these were tied to …

To help guard against the growing threat of tax fraud and identity theft, the Kentucky Department of Revenue has taken additional steps that enhance the safety and security of processing taxpayers’ individual income tax returns, including an Identity Confirmation Quiz.

Jan. 3, 2017 was an historic day in Kentucky as the 2017 Regular Session of the General Assembly convened with a Republican majority in the House of Representatives for the first time in 96 years. The rest of the week was historic too as committee meetings were held and bills passed. In fact…

Leaping forward this week as a right-to-work state, Kentucky gains new advantages in recruiting and growing businesses and jobs.

Fewer than 4,500 tobacco growers are left in Kentucky — a state where the crop used to be king. Growing health concerns about tobacco use, as well as the increasing number of foreign growers, have devastated the industry in the state.

Kentucky’s second Re­­publican governor in four decades pledged on Tuesday to resist the federal government while pursuing sweeping policy changes, including spending more public money on private schools and less on health insurance.

In his final executive action before leaving office, Gov. Steve Beshear Monday granted 197 pardons and six commutations to individuals sentenced for a range of offenses.

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A Kentucky State Police trooper assigned to Lyon County was killed Tuesday evening in a two-vehicle collision near Grand Rivers.

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