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Capitol campus reopening allows citizens to attend legislative meetings

After over a year of using only livestreams, Kentuckians can once again view legislative committee meetings in person as well as watching the streams.

Covington man latest to be charged by FBI in assault on Capitol

One of at least 11 from the state charged by FBI

Louisville man latest to be charged for role in Jan. 6 Capitol breach

More than a dozen state residents have now been charged.

Memorial Saturday marks one-year anniversary of state’s first COVID case

Ceremony held March 6, 2021 – one year since Kentucky’s first positive case

Gov. Beshear, First Lady: New Team Kentucky Gallery to Feature Kentuckians’ Art

Kentuckians invited to submit art to bring the commonwealth’s spirit and story to Capitol.

Read the Affidavits: Two arrested in Lexington for role in Capitol assault

Two admit going in and thinking it might be wrong but say they did no damage: Affidavits

UPDATE: Lawmaker to introduce Historical Horse Racing measure

Now, legislators are looking to help bring it back or at least find an alternative.

State Guardsmen going to D.C., Frankfort for security

Activations in advance of presidential inauguration.

Cameron, 49 other AGs condemn Capitol violence

Attorney General Cameron Joins Bipartisan Coalition of 50 Attorneys General in Condemning Attack on the U.S. Capitol 

How to heal from insurrection at U.S. Capitol, UK professor weighs in

As Josh Douglas from the UK College of Law explains the volatile times we're in shouldn't come as a surprise.

Pro-Life advocates rallied on Monday in Frankfort

Pro-Life advocates rallied Monday at the Kentucky Capitol in support of two bills in consideration right now during the legislative session.

Lawmakers complete work on bills to limit governor’s power

Republican lawmakers in Kentucky have given final approval to bills rebuking the Democratic governor's response to COVID-19.

Biden denounces protesters’ violence at Capitol

President-elect Joe Biden has called the violent protests on the U.S. Capitol “an assault on the most sacred of American.

Gov. Beshear releases two days of COVID-19 data, positivity rate spikes

“Every day we are reminded how fragile the progress we have made in defeating this virus really is,” Gov. Beshear said.

Pelosi, McConnell get COVID-19 vaccine, urge others to do so

The legislative branch of government is rapidly moving to receive the coronavirus vaccine.

Ky. woman speaks about surviving human trafficking at rally

 "I will always till the day I die, tell this message that we can overcome," Jennifer Beagle said to the crowd.

Bowling Green removes sign marking Confederate state capitol

Removed over concerns it might be defaced.

Officials: Mass gatherings should not occur anywhere in the state

Officials say mass gatherings should not occur anywhere in the state, including at the Capitol or on its grounds.

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