|Kentucky Registers 55,000 For Health Insurance
Nearly 55,000 people have signed up for health insurance through Kentucky's state health insurance marketplace, according to the latest figures from the federal government.
|Rand Paul & Unemployment Insurance
Kentucky Senator Rand Paul is making one thing clear: he's not against unemployment insurance. Video
|Kynect Cost Concerns
Some people are concerned how they will be able to afford Kynect. Video
|Shutdown Affects UI Customers
Unemployment Insurance customers are being encouraged to use online and phone services to file claims and request checks.
|Update: 26,000 Kentuckians Health Insurance
The state says 26,000 more Kentuckians now have health coverage. It says that's how many people have enrolled in the Kentucky health exchange since it started October 1st.
|More Than 116K Enroll For Insurance Through Kynect
Gov. Steve Beshear's office says more than 116,000 Kentuckians have enrolled in health insurance through the commonwealth's kynect website.
|More Addicts To Become Eligible For Health Insurance
Kentucky will see a surge in the number of addicts eligible for health insurance in January when the Affordable Care Act takes effect.
|Kentucky Families To Receive Insurance Rebates
Thousands of Kentucky residents could receive a check in the mail this summer, because insurance companies are operating more efficiently, according to the government. Video
|Legislation Helps Pay Interest On Unemployment Insurance
As the economy tanked, Kentucky's unemployment rolls ballooned in 2009 to an average of 128,000 a month. Video
|“Dentistry From The Heart” Provides Free Dental Care
A growing number of Americans are without dental insurance. But Saturday, people across Kentucky took part in "Dentistry from the Heart” at Pearson Justice Dental. Video