Here are photos, videos, and a writeup from the front lines of the West Virginia teachers and public employees strike. THIS is what democracy looks like!
Kelly Flood has represented the 75th district since she was elected in 2008, working for public education, sustainable energy, and racial justice.
Years of underfunding and risky investments created the multi-billion dollar pension crisis in Kentucky, according to a "Frontline" report on KET.
Former fighter pilot Amy McGrath surged to victory over Lexington Mayor Jim Gray Tuesday in the Democratic primary for Kentucky's 6th Congressional District, setting up a November election that will attract national money and attention as Democrats try to make Kentucky part of a possible blue wave in 2018.
Kentucky political and progressive news roundup for Wednesday, 2017-01-25.
Here you go -- the dates for next year's General Assembly. Put them on your calendar, 'cause it's a short session, with only a few days to be heard.
There is currently no public record of how much businesses spend lobbying the executive branch of Kentucky government. SB6 would change that.
Kentucky Attorney General Andy Beshear is considering joining the lawsuit to stop the FCC's repeal of net neutrality, according to a statement.
Activist groups held a "KY Moving Party" on Saturday, focusing attention voting in the midterms to help certain incumbents "pack their bags and move out."
Maurice Sweeney hopes to inspire others to “go beyond the conversation” and to challenge incumbents whose leadership has become outdated or ineffective.
Justice Bill Cunningham announced retirement from the KY Supreme Court, signaling an end to a public service career that spanned more than 40 years.
One of our strongest advocates for every-day working Kentuckians, Chris Harris's district lies deep in the heart of Appalachia’s coal fields.