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The opening filing by Anna Whites, the lead lawyer for Jim Glenn in his election recount case. A fairly standard first step, but still worth doing.
The move by Repub legislators to strip power from incoming executive branch Democrats sets an unsettling, even anti-democratic trend, experts say.
After losing his race by one vote, Republican D.J. Johnson has bypassed the normal recount process and appealed directly to the KY House.
UK has agreed to pay a former professor $620,000 to settle a lawsuit alleging he lost his job because he criticized Gov. Bevin's Medicaid plans.
Kentucky Youth Advocates and partners from across the commonwealth launched the Blueprint for Kentucky's Children's 2019 policy priorities.
Some people with mental illness and certain medical conditions will have trouble navigating the requirements of the state’s Medicaid waiver.
The KY Ed Dept may face an uphill battle lobbying the legislature for charter schools funding during next year’s session, according to one senator.
The KY Board of Education approved new graduation requirements on Wednesday, but the changes were a significant step back from what was originally proposed.
Danville, Louisville, and Lexington were awarded AARP grants to create age-friendly infrastructure, and the projects are now complete.
The KY Board of Ed approved new HS graduation requirements on December 5. Want to know what the new reqs are? We've got the list for you (and your kids!).
Coal miners urged lawmakers to extend the excise tax that funds the Black Lung Disability Trust Fund, which will drop 55% if Congress doesn’t act.
Almost as soon as election night was over, Amy McGrath supporters were encouraging her to run for governor in 2019. But can she?