Kentucky's new law requiring doctors to perform an ultrasound exam before an abortion is about to get its first legal challenge in a federal courtroom in Louisville.
Republican Gov. Matt Bevin has signed a law allowing Kentuckians to purchase voluntary travel IDs to replace their standard drivers' licenses.
The Senate has voted to confirm an eastern Kentucky judge for a seat on the U.S. Sentencing Commission.
U.S. Sen. Rand Paul says he hopes the Republican health care proposal will fail so that "true negotiations" can begin.
President Trump's budget calls for an end to federal funding to the Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC,) an organization that fights poverty and promotes education and technology in Appalachia.
Sen. Rand Paul has called fellow Republican Sen. John McCain "a little bit unhinged" after McCain said "the senator from Kentucky is now working for Vladimir Putin."
Lawmakers in coal-producing Kentucky have voted to open the door to nuclear power, over objections from a legislator who called it a "kick in the teeth" to the beleaguered coal industry.
Kentucky lawmakers have given final approval to a bill that would close gaps in checking the backgrounds of people who work with children in schools and camps and as babysitters.
Kentuckians trying to overcome their criminal past could no longer be automatically denied occupational licenses under a bill advanced by the House Judiciary Committee.
Kentucky's Republican-controlled legislature has wrapped up work on a bill that would double how much money people can donate to political campaigns.
Kentuckians could have to post a bond of up to $250,000 in order to appeal a zoning decision under a bill that has cleared the state Senate.
A lawmaker says he's following Gov. Matt Bevin's request to temporarily shelve his bill to let local government pension funds break away from the Kentucky Retirement Systems.
The House of Representatives has approved a bill that would limit how much outside attorneys can be paid while representing the state in complex lawsuits.
Kentucky's two most powerful politicians have reignited their long-simmering feud.
Fellow Republicans considered preacher-turned-politician Dan Johnson to be a pariah during his campaign last fall after he kept racist images on his Facebook page disparaging Barack and Michelle Obama.
Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin is planning a visit to Virginia to help Republican Ed Gillespie's bid for governor.
West Virginia's Republican U.S. Sen. Shelley Moore Capito says she will continue to be counsel to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell in the new Congress.
Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes says she met with Chinese Embassy officials this week in hopes of helping cultivate a stronger economic and cultural relationship between the state and the world's most populous country.
Republican Gov. Matt Bevin has appointed a new board of trustees for the University of Louisville that is nearly identical to the one he created last year that lead to the school being placed on probation.
Attorney General Andy Beshear has fired an investigator who is accused of giving false testimony that prompted Gov. Matt Bevin to call Beshear's office an embarrassment.
After approving seven bills in five days with no opposition among their ranks, Kentucky Republicans are likely to tackle the thornier issues of taxes and criminal justice reform when they return to Frankfort.
All seven bills passed in the General Assembly on Saturday are expected to be signed into law Monday.
Pregnant women seeking an abortion would first have to undergo an ultrasound and listen to the fetal heartbeat under a bill that has cleared the Kentucky House of Representatives.
Republican Sen. Rand Paul on Wednesday blasted fellow GOP lawmakers for ignoring the government's spiraling debt problem in their rush to repeal President Barack Obama's health care law.
Legislation to reshape the University of Louisville's governing body remains in flux after a House panel adjourned without taking up the measure.
House Republicans have advanced two bills targeting labor unions in Kentucky.
Kentucky's Republican House Speaker says it is likely the state legislature will meet on Saturday to pass the first bills of the year.
This year's election has created a divide among many Americans including right here in Lexington and one local organization is doing their best to dissolve the tension.
Kentucky state Sen. Morgan McGarvey participated in two roundtable discussions at the White House this week.
House Speaker Greg Stumbo said he did not approve the subpoena of a Democratic lawmaker because he said the legislator's testimony is "absolutely irrelevant" in an investigation of Republican Gov. Matt Bevin.
The incoming GOP majority for the Kentucky House of Representatives has chosen 13 men and four women to lead standing committees that will decide what bills will be heard when the legislature convenes in January.
Republicans preparing to take control of the Kentucky House have selected the rest of their leadership team for the next two years, and it includes some newcomers to leadership.
Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin has consolidated eight boards into one committee overseeing regulations for the state's construction sector.
Even though the President-elect called for unity in a Thanksgiving message Wednesday, many people getting ready to celebrate the holiday are nervous about talking politics with their families after an extremely divisive election.
A recanvassing of election results in three Kentucky House districts did not change the outcome of the elections.
Incoming House Speaker Jeff Hoover has tapped a former Democrat speaker and the state's longest serving GOP legislator to lead the transition to Republican rule for the first time in nearly a century.
The outgoing speaker of the Kentucky House of Representatives says he hopes his replacement will continue a lawsuit challenging the validity of Republican Gov. Matt Bevin's budget vetoes.
Senate Republicans have re-elected Kentucky's Mitch McConnell to be majority leader when the new Congress convenes in January and starts working on Donald Trump's agenda.
The House Republican super majority voted in a caucus meeting to nominate Jeff Hoover as their leader.
The Attorney General’s Election Fraud hotline opened at 6 a.m. and as of 7:30 p.m. Eastern time the hotline has received 216 calls from 59 counties, said Attorney General Andy Beshear.
Lots of door-to-door visits, as well as rallies by Kentucky Congressional and Senate candidates on Monday, one day before the general elections.
Kentucky Republicans seeking to take over the only legislative chamber in the South that they don't control are getting some help from an unlikely place: a retired homicide detective from one of Louisville's most prominent Democratic families.
Kentucky's top election official estimates 60 percent of the state's registered voters will cast ballots on Tuesday.
Tuesday is the last day that Kentucky voters may apply to vote absentee by mail in the Nov. 8 general election.
Kentucky's U.S. Senate candidates will meet on statewide television for the only debate of the 2016 campaign.
After years of demoralizing losses in federal elections, Kentucky Democrats are left with little-known candidates to run in congressional districts long dominated by Republicans.
The presidential race is not the only contest where hard-hitting political ads funded by independent groups are on the rise.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has never had much to say about Donald Trump. But lately, he has fallen completely silent.
With less than a month to go until we head to the polls, candidates for the 6th congressional district appeared on Kentucky Educational Television Monday night to make a final pitch to voters.
Democrats in Kentucky are worried Donald Trump's appeal in Appalachia could topple their majority in the state House of Representatives.
GOP state Rep. David Floyd has declined an appointment to a special committee to investigate Republican Gov. Matt Bevin.
The Democratic speaker of the Kentucky House of Representatives has appointed a bipartisan committee to investigate whether the state's Republican governor broke the law in his quest to convince lawmakers to switch parties.
A national group of Republican state leaders has paid for a TV ad criticizing Kentucky Democratic House Speaker Greg Stumbo.
A Kentucky judge says Gov. Matt Bevin does not have the power to abolish and replace the University of Louisville's board of trustees.
More than 40,000 Kentuckians have used the Commonwealth's online voter registration portal at GoVoteKY.com to register to vote or update their existing registration.
Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin's spokeswoman is leaving to take a position with the Donald Trump campaign.
Remarks made by Governor Matt Bevin over the weekend are getting a lot of attention on line.
Some of Kentucky's top Democrats have rallied around a vulnerable House member as he introduced a bill that would exempt some veterans groups from state property taxes.
Republicans in Kentucky's 1st Congressional district are expected to nominate James Comer for a special election to replace U.S. Rep. Ed Whitfield.
Retiring U.S. Rep. Ed Whitfield says he will resign from office next week, triggering a special election that will give his successor a head start in Congress.
Kentucky House Democrats have held an election-year special meeting to discuss the state's public pension crisis and a proposal from Gov. Matt Bevin to change the Medicaid program.
Democratic Kentucky state Rep. Russ Meyer says Republican Gov. Matt Bevin left him a threatening voicemail after Meyer declined to switch political parties ahead of the legislative session.
U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell predicts the federal health care overhaul is likely to undergo changes next year, regardless of who wins the presidency and which party has the upper hand in Congress.
House Republicans say they will not attend a special meeting called by Democratic Speaker Greg Stumbo.
Kentucky's Speaker of the House has called a meeting of all state representatives to discuss the beleaguered public pension system.
Kentucky's U.S. Senate candidates have disagreed over the federal government's role in the state's farming industry.
A federal appeals court has struck down a rule preventing judicial candidates in Kentucky from declaring their political affiliations.
Gov. Matt Bevin's attorney says he will appeal a judge's ruling that temporarily reinstates a member of the Kentucky Retirement Systems board of trustees.
Governor Matt Bevin has praised a federal judges' ruling blocking President Barack Obama's bathroom order for public schools, saying it reaffirms the right of local control.
Kentucky's Republican governor has abolished and replaced three more boards and commissions as a state judge is considering whether he has the authority to take such action.
Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin is giving people more time to comment on his proposal to change the state's Medicaid program.
Kentucky's U.S. Senate candidates will make their first appearance together at the rowdy Fancy Farm political picnic amid a turbulent national election year.
The Republican Party of Kentucky announced Wednesday that Kentucky State Senator Ralph Alvarado (R, Winchester) will speak on behalf of the Trump-Pence Presidential campaign at the annual Fancy Farm Picnic, Saturday, August 6.
Republican Gov. Matt Bevin's proposed changes to the state's Medicaid program would end routine dental and vision coverage for able-bodied adults in a state where more than half of population over 18 have had a tooth extracted because of decay or gum disease.
Kentucky Republican Gov. Matt Bevin has approved a contract of up to $500,000 to an Indiana law firm to investigate his Democratic predecessor's administration.
Republican U.S. Sen. Rand Paul, known as an anti-debt crusader, piled up more than $300,000 in unpaid bills from his failed presidential campaign.
Kentucky's chief justice has been elected president of the Conference of Chief Justices and chair of the National Center for State Courts board of directors.
A state judge has temporarily blocked Republican Gov. Matt Bevin's executive order abolishing and replacing the University of Louisville board of trustees.
The Kentucky attorney general's office says the University of Kentucky board of trustees wasn't required to post a detailed agenda for a meal before its regular meeting but violated the Open Meetings Act by not keeping minutes from the dinner session.
Senator Rand Paul is holding a campaign town hall in Lexington on Wednesday.
Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Jim Gray says he would spend more money on technology and improve roads in eastern Kentucky to help the region recover from the devastating effects of a declining coal industry.
Republican U.S. Sen. Rand Paul has raised more than $1.2 million in the fundraising quarter that ended June 30.
Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin's administration wants a judge to throw out a court settlement made under former Gov. Steve Beshear that would ensure that church-run foster care programs don't try to proselytize to children.
A state judge has ruled Kentucky's Democratic attorney general can intervene in a lawsuit challenging the Republican governor's decision to remove the chairman of the state's retirement system board of trustees.
Kentucky state Sen. Ralph Alvarado is preparing to speak to the Republican National Convention about the opportunities Hispanics have in the United States.
Attorneys on both sides of the bribery case involving Attorney General Andy Beshear's former deputy have asked that sentencing be postponed by about a month.
The former chairman of the beleaguered Kentucky Retirement Systems is heading to court to challenge his removal by Republican Gov. Matt Bevin.
Donald Trump says on Twitter that he's picked Indiana Gov. Mike Pence as his running mate.
Republican Gov. Matt Bevin says he wants to eliminate or revise some of the state's 4,500 regulations governing private businesses.
Gov. Matt Bevin has appointed a new judge-executive for Webster County in western Kentucky.
A western Kentucky dermatologist who was selected to replace a state pension board's chairman has declined Gov. Matt Bevin's appointment.
A big victory Tuesday night for Lexington Mayor Jim Gray, as he handily won the Democratic nomination for U.S. Senator.
A Kentucky attorney general's advisory opinion says the governor isn't allowed to remove a trustee from the board of the Kentucky Retirement Systems before the trustee's term has expired.
Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton is seeking to avoid primary losses in Kentucky and Oregon.
Both Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton will be returning to Kentucky ahead of Tuesday's primaries to stump for votes.
Democrat Cluster Howard won by the slimmest of margins in 2014, ousting a freshman Republican House member by a mere 14 votes in eastern Kentucky. Now Republicans are aiming to make him a one-and-done lawmaker in their quest to consolidate power in Kentucky's Capitol.
Kentucky's Republican and Democratic primary elections are Tuesday
Four Republicans are vying for the only open seat in Kentucky's congressional delegation this year.
Kentucky Democrats are looking to rebound from two straight lopsided defeats, but they face another daunting task, and that is toppling incumbent Republican U.S. Sen. Rand Paul.
Weeks away from Kentucky's primary, the front-runner for the Democratic nomination opens a campaign office in Lexington.
The gloves are all but off as governors past and present continue to "duke it out" over accusations made in a press conference last week by Republican Governor Matt Bevin.
Attorney General Andy Beshear has asked the Executive Branch Ethics Commission to investigate whether Republican Governor Matt Bevin has used campaign contribution records as grounds for firing state workers.
Republican Gov. Matt Bevin has appointed a former U.S. marshal to aid an investigation into what he says are potential illegal practices of former Democratic Gov. Steve Beshear.
Republican Gov. Matt Bevin has restored some state funding to public colleges and universities.
Attorney General has issued a response to allegations from Governor Bevin Tuesday morning that Beshear received "questionable" campaign contributions while running for his office.
Republicans in Kentucky's 2nd congressional district have chosen Lt. Gov. Jenean Hampton as one of three delegates to the Republican National Convention.
Retiring state Rep. Leslie Combs had a parting gift for her colleagues in the Kentucky House - a card that included a bullet and a Kentucky-shaped pin.
Kentucky House Speaker Greg Stumbo is calling this year's legislative session a success as lawmakers prepare for a last round of action before final adjournment.
The Kentucky legislature has convened for the final day of the 2016 session to consider dozens of important bills before a midnight deadline.
Republicans in Kentucky's 1st Congressional District have selected three delegates to the Republican National Convention who say they are not committed to a candidate.
A spokesman for Andy Beshear says the Democratic Attorney General will not file a lawsuit against Republican Gov. Matt Bevin before Monday.
Four independent candidates filed paperwork to run in various offices in the 2016 General Election, Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes announced.
Kentucky's attorney general is calling Gov. Matt Bevin's mid-year budget cuts to higher education illegal and has demanded the governor rescind the order.
Kentucky lawmakers have agreed to extend and sweeten economic development incentives in hopes of rejuvenating idled operations at a northeastern Kentucky steel mill.
Kentucky lawmakers have given final approval to legislation aimed at giving some nonviolent felons a second chance by letting them seek to have their criminal records erased.
Gov. Matt Bevin says his administration is working to fix problems in the roll out of Kentucky's new public benefits system that led to some Kentuckians getting erroneous notices that their benefits are being cut off.
Kentucky lawmakers say they have reached an impasse on budget negotiations, putting a two-year spending plan in jeopardy and risking a partial government shutdown.
Bourbon tourists could soon start sipping cocktails during distillery tours as Kentucky lawmakers have finished crafting more lenient rules for distillers to sell their products where the whiskey is made.
Kentucky lawmakers have finished work to close a legal loophole blamed for shielding sexual predators whose young victims can't say exactly when and where they were abused.
Tensions between Republicans and Democrats over Kentucky's more than $65 billion spending plan escalated overnight, with the Republican governor calling a news conference to blame House leaders for refusing to negotiate.
Democratic House Speaker Greg Stumbo says he does not think lawmakers will reach an agreement on a two-year state spending plan.
House and Senate leaders are meeting privately to come up with an agreement on how to spend more than $65 billion of state and federal tax dollars over the next two years.
On Monday, March 28th, and Tuesday, March 29th, U.S. Senator Rand Paul will hold Town Hall events in Eastern Kentucky.
The Kentucky Senate has approved spending cuts of 9 percent to the court system that the state's chief justice says could lead to 600 layoffs and force thousands of people facing criminal charges to sit in jail while awaiting trial.
Kentucky's state House has passed a bill that would create one marriage license form for both gay and straight couples in an effort to defuse controversy over the licensing of gay marriages.
The Kentucky House of Representatives has officially rejected the state Senate's budget proposal and appointed a conference committee to work out a compromise.
The Kentucky House of Representatives has officially rejected the state Senate's budget proposal and appointed a conference committee to work out a compromise.
Senate Republicans have promised to slash spending across most of state government and use the money to bolster Kentucky's struggling public retirement systems in a budget proposal that sets up a showdown with House Democrats in an election year.
Voters can hear from the candidates for the 2016 primary races for U.S. House and U.S. Senate starting Monday on KET's Kentucky Tonight program.
Kentucky's chief justice says a proposed two year spending plan in the House of Representatives would be catastrophic for the state's court system.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says the American people must have a voice in November on filling the Supreme Court vacancy.
Kentucky Democrats and Republicans are scheduled to release a pair of dueling budget plans, but Democrats most likely will have the votes to win.
Governor Bevin has appointed Retired Brigadier General Norman E. Arflack as the new Commissioner of the Kentucky Department of Veterans Affairs (KDVA).
Military veterans who own more than half of a new business would not have to pay filing fees to the Secretary of State's office under a bill that cleared the state House of Representatives on Tuesday.
A bill aimed at boosting voter turnout in Kentucky by allowing early voting without an excuse has been passed by the state House despite some lawmakers' concerns about strapping county clerks with extra costs.
A bill aimed at putting new restrictions on abortion clinics has overwhelmingly passed the Kentucky Senate.
A bill aimed at abolishing the death penalty in Kentucky has been defeated by a House committee.
Teenagers caught sending nude photographs of themselves or their friends via cell phones or online would be spared a felony offense under a bill advancing in the Kentucky General Assembly.
Kentucky Chief Justice John D. Minton Jr. has told a legislative panel that the governor's proposed budget cuts would effectively shut down the courts temporarily.
Kentucky's Supreme Court has set some conditions on what types of political comments judicial candidates can make when running for judgeships.
A top regulator from Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin's administration has resigned as a director of Kentucky's major Republican super PAC after a newspaper inquired about potential conflicts in holding both roles.
U.S. Sen. Rand Paul says he will help Gov. Matt Bevin get a waiver from the federal government this summer to begin charging Medicaid recipients for their health insurance.
A Kentucky state lawmaker has filed a bill that would require men have at least two office visits and swear on a Bible they are married before a doctor could prescribe them erectile dysfunction medication.
A statement from Republican Gov. Matt Bevin says former Democratic Gov. Steve Beshear's opposition to his plan to dismantle the state health care program known as Kynect is an effort to promote his political legacy.
Some of Kentucky U.S. Sen. Rand Paul's top supporters in the state legislature are endorsing Marco Rubio ahead of the state's Republican presidential caucus next month.
The former director of the Kentucky Council of Churches has filed to run for Congress against Republican Andy Barr in Kentucky's 6th Congressional District.
Drunken drivers would have to wait 10 years for convictions to come off their records under a bill that has cleared the state Senate.
Kentucky's attorney general would be empowered to join the fight against human trafficking if a bill approved by a state House committee becomes law.
Republican presidential candidate Rand Paul has asked party leaders to include him in Thursday's televised debate.
A bill aimed at allowing some nonviolent felons in Kentucky to have their criminal records expunged has won approval from the House Judiciary Committee.
A Kentucky Senate panel has approved a bill to require any woman seeking an abortion to have a face-to-face meeting with a medical professional before the procedure.
The chairman of the Kentucky Senate Republican Caucus wants to freeze tuition and fees at state universities for the next four years.
Bourbon tourists could sip cocktails and purchase more bottles from Kentucky distilleries in wet territories under a bill that has won approval from a state Senate committee.
State officials would not decide how much to pay construction workers on public school projects under a bill approved by a Senate committee.
A 4th-generation coal miner, Howard Abshire of Pike County, will be Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's guest at the President’s State of the Union address on Tuesday.
Kentucky's new Republican administration is moving forward with plans to shut down the state's health insurance exchange, becoming the first state to cut ties with one of the key pieces of President Barack Obama's signature health care law because of a political promise.
Democrats appear to have thwarted a Republican plan to pick off one of their members as the two parties continued to struggle for power in the last legislative chamber in the South still controlled by Democrats.
Gov. Matt Bevin's administration says the wife of Senate President Robert Stivers has been hired as a deputy cabinet secretary.
Kentucky lawmakers weren't the only ones at the capital building on Tuesday.
The Kentucky state legislature has gaveled in to begin work on a two-year state spending plan under a new Republican governor.
One of Kentucky's top elected Democrats said Monday he is concerned the struggling party will not be able to field a viable candidate to challenge U.S. Sen. Rand Paul in November.
Gov. Matt Bevin has scheduled special elections on March 8 for four vacant state House seats.
Five of Kentucky's six statewide elected officers officially took office on Monday, giving the state some of the youngest elected leaders in the country.
The only Democrat in Kentucky's congressional delegation is making it official that he's running for re-election this year.
Kentucky state lawmakers will return for a 60-day legislative session with a new Republican governor, a bare-knuckle battle for control of the state House and a massive pension shortfall.
On Wednesday, Governor Matt Bevin announced plans to develop a "transformative" Medicaid program at a press conference in Frankfort.
An official says no convicted felons had their voting rights automatically restored before Gov. Matt Bevin rescinded an executive order by his predecessor allowing the process.
Another Kentucky state lawmaker is switching from the Democratic Party to the GOP, further boosting the Republican Party's mission to take control of the only Southern legislative chamber still run by Democrats.
Gov. Matt Bevin has appointed three women to posts within his office.
State Senator Dorsey Ridley, D-Henderson, announced today that he will not run for Congress.
Republican Gov. Matt Bevin has removed another Democrat from the state House of Representatives as he tries to help his party seize control of the chamber for the first time since 1920.
All but nine of Kentucky's counties will hold a caucus on March 5 as the state divides its delegates for the Republican presidential nomination.
Dowell Hoskins-Squier, Director of the Division of Traffic Engineering, has been named Commissioner of the city’s Department of Environmental Quality and Public Works by Mayor Jim Gray.
A former state lawmaker from Bullitt County has been appointed to Gov. Matt Bevin's administration.
Republican Gov. Matt Bevin has appointed an influential Democratic lawmaker to be the next secretary of the Justice and Public Safety cabinet.
Republican state Rep. Bob DeWeese says he will not run for re-election in 2016.
Republican Gov.-elect Matt Bevin will lead a parade of about 300 veterans of the Vietnam and Korean wars on Tuesday to help celebrate his inauguration as Kentucky's next governor.
Governor-elect Matt Bevin announced the appointment of John E. Chilton as the State Budget Director on Tuesday.
U.S. Sen. Rand Paul says filing his candidacy for re-election and for president does not undermine his faltering presidential campaign.
The outgoing Democratic governor of Kentucky has signed an executive order to restore the right to vote and hold public office to thousands of non-violent felons who've served out their sentences.
U.S. Sen. Rand Paul is talking about health care, coal and his faith in God during a two-day trip to Kentucky this week.
Governor Steve Beshear today ceremonially presented $2.7 million in funding for another section of Lexington’s long-awaited urban park known as Town Branch Commons.
Republican Gov.-elect Matt Bevin has named a former state representative from Louisville as the next secretary of the executive cabinet.
Governor Steve Beshear and First Lady Jane Beshear have launched “Reworking Kentucky,” a new component of the chronic substance abuse and addiction program "Recovery Kentucky."
Kentucky Republicans are basking in their statewide election victories but warning conservatives to guard against the types of mistakes that plagued the party the last time they were in power.
Kentucky's newly elected attorney general said he hopes Republican Gov.-elect Matt Bevin will consult him and his office before acting to dismantle the state's health insurance exchange or scale back its Medicaid program.
Republican Gov.-elect Matt Bevin has hired a Louisville attorney to be the first member of staff.
Kentucky Gov.-elect Matt Bevin will hold his inaugural worship service at Buck Run Baptist Church in Frankfort.
Mac Brown is the next chairman of the Republican Party of Kentucky.
Former Congresswoman Anne Northup has endorsed Marco Rubio for president and will lead his efforts in Kentucky's first ever presidential caucus in March.
Kentucky Gov.-elect Matt Bevin vowed to remove the names of county clerks from marriage licenses and pledged to roll back the state's version of health care reform when he takes office next month.
Kentucky Republicans view Tuesday's election results as a mandate to dismantle one of the country's most heralded health care programs in the name of fiscal responsibility.
He wasn't on the ballot, but U.S. Sen. Rand Paul was a big winner in Kentucky's elections on Tuesday.
Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear is promising an orderly transition as Republican Gov.-elect Matt Bevin begins his preparations to take office.
Republican victories for governor and three other statewide offices in Kentucky severely crippled one of the few remaining viable Democratic parties in the South.
Republican gubernatorial nominee Matt Bevin is urging Kentuckians to "vote your values and not your party" as he makes his final pitch ahead of Tuesday's election.
Democrat Jack Conway is promising to maintain access to health insurance and improve job training if he's elected Kentucky's next governor on Tuesday.
Republican nominee for governor Matt Bevin has met for the first time publicly with two of his rivals for the GOP nomination as he seeks to rally his scattered conservative base following the one of the closest statewide elections in Kentucky history.
Kentucky's race for attorney general has featured rhetorical attacks worthy of a courtroom drama, pitting a venerable political brand name against an up-and-coming state lawmaker.
Kentucky's next governor will have just two months to come up with a plan on how to spend about $10 billion in state tax revenue.