To assist more than half a million Kentuckians with diabetes including some who ration insulin because of the excessive cost, Gov. Andy Beshear and a bipartisan group of legislators gathered at the Capitol on Tuesday to urge lawmakers to pass a bill that would drive down the price.
House Speaker Greg Stumbo’s effort to increase Kentucky’s minimum wage for the first time in nearly six years cleared a major hurdle Tuesday, February 10 when the Kentu
With a large number of issues to address and a relatively short amount of time to do our work, the General Assembly returned to the Capitol on Tuesday last week to comp
Heroin is killing Kentuckians. These deaths are increasing in every corner of the Commonwealth - in every neighborhood and socioeconomic group.
This letter is intended for the lady who has called animal control and stopped by my house.
The 2015 Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program - Crisis Component - has begun and will end March 31 or when funds run out.
A rising junior at one of Kentucky’s public or private high schools will win a $500 scholarship and a photo shoot at his or her school through the “Promote Your School”