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Wildlife panel sues state over commissioner’s contract

The Kentucky Fish and Wildlife Commission claims the Beshear Administration is interfering with the commission’s authority.

Richmond commissioner’s ethics case sent to KSP, County Attorney

A Richmond city commissioner's ethics case is on its way to Kentucky State Police and the County Attorney. 

Veteran employee to head Corrections Department

FRANKFORT, Ky. (WTVQ) - Calling her the "most on-the-ground experienced" person ever to hold the job, Gov. Andy Beshear named Cookie Crews to head...

New Kentucky Public Health Commissioner named

The Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services announced Dr. Steven Stack, of Lexington, will serve as the new Public Health Commissioner.

Feedback sought in search for new education commissioner

The Kentucky Department of Education is administering a survey asking about the qualities the new education commissioner should possess.

Mayor Linda Gorton announces new leadership team

Mayor Linda Gorton has named most of the commissioners who will lead government departments.

Kentucky names new Medicaid commissioner

FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) - A health care executive is Kentucky's new Medicaid commissioner. Health and Family Services Cabinet Secretary Adam Meier announced Tuesday that Carol...

State seeks takeover of Kentucky’s largest school district

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - Kentucky's interim education commissioner has recommended the state take over management of one of the country's largest public school districts. Wayne...

Kentucky official unveiling initiative to fight hunger

Kentucky's agriculture commissioner plans to announce an initiative to combat hunger.

Kentucky veterans affairs commissioner nominated as marshal

President Donald Trump has nominated Kentucky's veterans affairs commissioner to be U.S. Marshal for the Eastern District of Kentucky.

Kentucky corrections commissioner resigns

The commissioner of Kentucky's prison system has resigned.

Quarles: Kentucky farmers invited to participate in Twitter chat

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) is inviting farmers and other people who have answered a NASS survey to participate in a social media chat Friday at 1:00 p.m. EDT at #StatChat on Twitter.

KDA Legislation Seeks to Help Businesses, Individuals Feed Hungry in KY

The Department of Agriculture is proposing 2 pieces of legislation that will help incentivize businesses and individuals who wish to donate to food organizations in the state.

Commissioner Quarles: Check Tax Return Box to Fight Hunger

Commissioner of Agriculture Ryan Quarles says that the Hunger Task Force, a group of leaders from agriculture, government, business, education, charitable organizations, and the faith community, will come together with the Kentucky Association of Food Banks to attend the Rally to Stop Hunger in Frankfort.

Bevin appoints Christy Trout as new ABC commissioner

Republican Gov. Matt Bevin has appointed a new leader for the agency that regulates Kentucky's alcohol industry.

Lexington gets new health commissioner

During a meeting held Wednesday evening, the Lexington-Fayette County Board of Health unanimously approved the hiring of Dr. Kraig Humbaugh as Commissioner of Health

AG’s opinion: Bevin cannot remove horse park commissioners

Kentucky Attorney General Andy Beshear's office says Gov. Matt Bevin lacks the authority to remove members of the Kentucky Horse Park Commission before their terms expire.

New KSP Commissioner appointed

On Monday, Governor Matt Bevin and Kentucky Justice Secretary John Tilley announced that Jeffersontown Police Chief Richard W. Sanders will serve as the new Commissioner for Kentucky State Police (KSP).

New revenue commissioner’s old department still in disarray

Lexmark International has spent $10.7 million trying to fix problems in the department formerly headed by Kentucky's new revenue commissioner.

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Spina Bifida walk held in-person for Clark County 3-year-old

The first Walk N Roll for Spina Bifida was held in-person Saturday.

Cats offense lays an egg in loss to Missouri, 20-10

COLUMBIA, Mo. (UK Athletics) – Missouri's defense held Kentucky in check all day as the Tigers broke a five-game losing streak to the Cats...

Lexington YMCA hosts “Trunk or Treat”

The YMCA usually hosts a fall festival inside but says something outdoors was needed to keep everyone safe and distanced.