House Bill 46, promoted by the Legislative Prayer Caucus, requires all Kentucky public schools to display "In God We Trust" prominently within the building.
A top Republican lawmaker is proposing legislation that would strip SOS Alison Lundergan Grimes of her authority over the Kentucky State Board of Elections.
In response to allegations of misuse, SOS Alison Lundergan Grimes called for the public release of all searches of the state's voter registration system.
Trump and Bevin are pressuring TVA to keep a coal-fired power plant operating, even though the utility has concluded that the plant is unreliable.
SB 100, an anti-solar bill pushed by utilities, flew through the KY Senate in record time, and will be heard in a House committee today (Thursday).
They are the forgotten veterans of Graves County and most other parts of Kentucky. Now, as part of Black History Month, we tell their story.
A bill to make Kentucky school properties tobacco-free passed unanimously out of the House health committee, and will be voted on Monday, Feb. 11.
ORSANCO is expected to vote this week on the future of water-quality standards that impact nearly two-thirds of Kentucky's waterways.
When Gov. Bevin signed his anti-BDS executive order in late 2018, did he realize that he may have been violating the First Amendment?
Challenger D.J. Johnson withdrew his challenge in the House 13 election on Friday morning, leaving Jim Glenn as the undisputed rep for that district.
Auditor Harmon's office found "significant deficiencies" in the Commonwealth Office of Technology, affecting both backups and security.
KY's courts are under attack by Gov. Bevin and leges intent on using courts to further their political purposes, according to SCOKY Justice Bill Cunningham.