The Beshear administration says it handed over records that Matt Bevin had sought to keep secret.
The University of Louisville plans to hire almost 400 nurses and doctors to improve access to care at former KentuckyOne facilities.
Deputies say the burglary happened sometime between January 7, when the fire happened that killed Mullins and her three grandchildren, and January 8.
Public colleges are expected to ask for a 6.2% increase next fiscal year and an 8.8% increase in the 2022 fiscal year.
Frankfort got a visit Thursday from the "Cannabus".
A man who has been arrested several times for indecent exposure is accused of committing similar crimes on the University of Louisville campus.
The Marshall County School community is coming together for the second anniversary of a tragic shooting that killed two of its students.
House Bill 167 would allow foster parents to use initials, instead of their names, when participating in involuntary termination of parental rights’ cases.
Thursday, elected leaders joined youth advocates to rally for Kentucky children.
The Education Committee in the Kentucky Senate passed a bill that would require police officers to be armed in school.
Two Radcliff police officers shot a man they found with a knife in the parking lot of an apartment building.
Rapper Kodak Black has been moved to a federal prison in Kentucky. His lawyers say they did not know about the move and he has been mistreated.
A bill that would require doctors to provide life-saving care for an infant born alive after a failed abortion attempt has passed a Senate committee.
The Kentucky Department of Education is administering a survey asking about the qualities the new education commissioner should possess.
A researcher at the University of Louisville is receiving a grant for renewable energy research
A young girl brought pizza to police in Bowling Green to help them stay warm and fed while on the job.
Legislation that would impose stricter voter identification requirements advanced in the Kentucky General Assembly on Wednesday.
A group of middle school-aged Muslim students were heckled by a group of men during a visit Wednesday to the State Capitol.
The Kentucky Senate unimously approved a bill banning female genital mutilation and creating penalties for perpetrators of the act.
Regional offices will open in Somerset and Paducah for people to get Real ID licenses.