FRANKFORT -- College credentials are still a good value for Kentuckians, according to a new report issued by the state Council on Postsecondary Education.
BOWLING GREEN -- Even as it continues to hire temporary workers in preparation for adding a second shift next month, Bowling Green's General Motors Corvette Assembly Plant is transitioning nearly 60 hourly workers from temporary to full time.
FRANKFORT -- Kentucky's elections for governor and other constitutional offices would shift to even-numbered years, coinciding with presidential elections, under a proposal overwhelmingly approved Thursday by the state Senate.
LOUISVILLE -- A Christian school in Louisville expelled a student last week after her family said school officials discovered the girl had celebrated her birthday with a rainbow-themed cake.
PIKEVILLE -- A state senator representing part of eastern Kentucky has sponsored two bills this legislative session that aim to address high treatment costs affecting hundreds of thousands of Kentuckians with diabetes.
FRANKFORT -- Responding to former Gov. Matt Bevin's flurry of last-minute pardons, Kentucky lawmakers have introduced bills that would put checks on gubernatorial pardon powers and ensure victims are notified before their assailants are given clemency.
Officials with the Department for Public Health are reporting the first four flu-related deaths of the 2019-2020 flu season. Flu activity is being raised to "widespread," the highest flu activity level indicating increased flu cases or flu outbreaks in at least half of Kentucky's regions.
FRANKFORT -- Todd McMurtry, an attorney who represented a Kentucky student embroiled in media lawsuits after a viral encounter with a Native American activist, stepped forward Friday to challenge U.S. Rep. Thomas Massie, setting up an intraparty fight in a solidly Republican congressional district.
FRANKFORT -- The volatile illegal immigration issue has reached into the Kentucky legislature with a Republican-backed bill aimed at preventing sanctuary policies at the local level and requiring most public employees to use their "best efforts" to help enforce federal immigration laws.
LOUISVILLE -- Photos of three men posing with guns in the Kentucky State Capitol have raised questions about security protocol in Frankfort.
Mark Shumate, who assigns referees to some Kentucky high school and youth wrestling matches, is among those who hopes the 2020 General Assembly will approve a bill that would strengthen criminal penalties for people who intimidate and assault sports officials.
FRANKFORT -- Kentucky's new Republican attorney general submitted the paperwork Thursday to put President Donald Trump's name on the ballot in Kentucky -- a state the president easily carried in 2016 and where he looms as an overwhelming favorite in this year's election.
LOUISVILLE -- A Kentucky public school teacher who was recorded shoving and punching a student in her classroom has resigned amid the district's investigation into the fight.
Public employees throughout Kentucky would be required to use "their best efforts" to support enforcement of federal immigration law, under a bill proposed by Sen. Danny Carroll, a Paducah Republican.
FRANKFORT -- Preparing for the arrival of Republican lawmakers who will determine the fate of many of his priorities, Democratic Gov. Andy Beshear on Monday called for cross-party cooperation during a legislative session that will be dominated by work on a two-year state budget.
WHITESBURG -- Adorned in military-pattern camouflage from head to toe, David Johnson stood in front of a packed courthouse in Letcher County this week and proclaimed his support for a local resolution to designate Letcher County a "2nd Amendment Sanctuary."
FRANKFORT -- Franklin Circuit Court Judge Philip Shepherd dismissed a whistleblower complaint Friday that a former House Republican staffer filed against the Legislative Research Commission, claiming she was retaliated against for shedding light on a secret sexual harassment settlement invol…
ELIZABETHTOWN -- A Radcliff couple and their family will make an appearance this month on an episode of the syndicated game show "Family Feud." Ralph and Brenda Tucker of Radcliff will appear on the show Jan. 21, along with their son, Cameron, and daughter-in-law, Coria, of Ludlow and Brenda…
FRANKFORT -- A Kentucky judge has dismissed a whistleblower complaint from a former House Republican staffer who alleged she was retaliated against for shedding light on a sexual harassment settlement involving the former House speaker in 2017.
OWENSBORO -- For many farmers who entered the hemp game in its first year, the new crop represented a brave, new agricultural world that offered wealth and a seemingly endless opportunity.
LOUISVILLE -- After three straight legislative session working with -- and sometimes fighting with -- former Gov. Matt Bevin, the Republican supermajority of the Kentucky General Assembly will now labor over an extremely tight budget with a Democratic governor wielding the final pen.
LEXINGTON -- Jim Beam will pay the state of Kentucky more than $700,000 because of a bourbon spill that killed fish in the Kentucky River and Glenn's Creek last summer.
BARDSTOWN -- The City of Bardstown's internal investigation of its former chief financial officer, Tracy Hudson, has turned up more money that had been misappropriated, bringing the total to an amount in excess of $400,000, according to information released Thursday by Bardstown Mayor Dick Heaton.
OWENSBORO, Ky. -- When Billy Pfeiffer moved to Owensboro more than two years ago to pursue a job opportunity, he brought his fight against addiction with him.
VERSAILLES -- Jim Beam was fined $600,000 earlier this month after a July warehouse fire sent a nearly 23-mile plume of alcohol into the Kentucky and Ohio rivers, killing fish.
FRANKFORT -- Calling her party's victory in the Kentucky governor's race a jolt of momentum for her own bid to unseat a Republican incumbent, Democrat Amy McGrath on Friday officially filed to challenge Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell in what looms as a bruising, big-spending campaign…
FRANKFORT -- Gov. Andy Beshear set special elections to fill two vacancies in the state House that occurred when Reps. Rocky Adkins and Dennis Keene joined Beshear's administration, the governor's office said Thursday.
NEWPORT -- The first charter school application filed in Kentucky has been unanimously denied, leaving the state to likely go another year without charter schools since being approved by the General Assembly in 2017.
FRANKFORT -- Effective next week, Kentucky motorists with some special license plates will be required to pay an additional charitable donation to the organization represented on the plate.
Marilyn Pearlman, a volunteer with Bullock Hope House in Atlanta, says Calvert City's Grant Utley is truly blessed. Utley can now walk with leg braces after therapy at the Shepherd Spinal Center in Atlanta.
CORBIN -- People who visit New York City around the holidays usually make a point to visit Central Park and see the Christmas Tree at Rockefeller Center.
FRANKFORT -- The Governor's Mansion near the state Capitol will be the full-time home for new Gov. Andy Beshear, his wife, Britainy Beshear, and their children, Will, 10, and Lila, 9.
BASTOGNE, Belgium -- When 17-year-old George Merz asked his mother to sign his enlistment papers into the United States Air Force, she refused. She'd just be signing his life away, she told him.
FRANKFORT -- Gov. Andy Beshear and Lt. Gov. Jacqueline Coleman will not pursue the litigation started by former Lt. Gov. Jenean Hampton when she sued Gov. Matt Bevin for firing two of her staffers without her consent.
PALM BEACH, Fla. -- Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Monday that he was not ruling out calling witnesses in President Donald Trump's impeachment trial -- but indicated he was in no hurry to seek new testimony either -- as lawmakers remain at an impasse over the form of the trial b…
LOUISVILLE -- Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is touting the benefits for Kentucky in the recent government spending bill signed into law last week.
PIKEVILLE -- Kentucky's Breaks Interstate Park will soon be home to the longest pedestrian swinging bridge in North America, according to a funding announcement Wednesday from the Virginia Coalfield Economic Development Authority.
FRANKFORT -- Kentucky House Democrats made history Friday by selecting state Rep. Joni Jenkins as their top-ranking leader, making her the first woman to serve as the party's floor leader in the chamber.
MURRAY â€" A local attorney who was recently sentenced to 10 years in prison for losing nearly $1 million intended for a pair of estates he represented is now facing two new indictments.
LOUISVILLE -- Kenton County Commonwealth's Attorney Rob Sanders has launched his own investigation into former Gov. Matt Bevin's controversial pardon of a convicted child rapist from an influential family.