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Motion seeks to remove judge from teacher ‘sickout’ lawsuit

Republican Gov. Matt Bevin's administration has asked that a state judge be removed from a lawsuit that challenges the use of Kentucky labor law to obtain the names of teachers who participated in "sickouts" to protest at Kentucky's Capitol.

President Trump heads to Louisville for AMVETS national convention

President Trump will be in Louisville Wednesday for the 75th annual AMVETS national convention.

Kentucky governor looks for boost from Trump

Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin's reelection campaign recently placed nearly $4 million worth of advertising on TV and radio leading up to his November showdown with Democrat and archnemesis Andy Beshear.

Hearing scheduled in Lt. Gov. Jenean Hampton’s lawsuit

A hearing is scheduled for Lt. Gov Jenean Hampton's lawsuit against Gov. Matt Bevin.

Trump to headline fundraiser for Kentucky governor

President Trump to campaign for Governor Bevin and speak at AMVETS convention in Louisville on August 21.

Appeals court panel hears high-stakes Kentucky abortion case

Federal appeals judges have heard arguments in a high-stakes case that could determine whether Kentucky's last abortion clinic remains open.

AG Beshear: Kentucky lt. gov. can hire, fire own staff

Kentucky Attorney General Andy Beshear's office is weighing in on the personnel spat between Lt. Gov. Jenean Hampton and Republican Gov. Matt Bevin's administration.

Board keeps tax value of Kentucky governor’s house at $2M

A property tax appeals board has agreed the value of Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin's mansion is still $2 million, after two years of wrangling with Bevin over the question.

Cities, counties to share excess severance tax revenue

Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin says more than $15 million in excess coal severance tax revenue will be allocated to cities and counties that qualify through a revenue-sharing program.

Bevin, Beshear trade verbal jabs at Fancy Farm picnic

Gov. Matt Bevin stressed his anti-abortion credentials while his Democratic challenger, Andy Beshear, portrayed the Republican incumbent as dividing Kentuckians as the rivals faced off at Kentucky's premier political event.

Republican lawmaker endorses Democratic nominee for governor

Democratic gubernatorial nominee Andy Beshear has picked up an endorsement from a Republican state lawmaker in his bid to unseat GOP Gov. Matt Bevin in Kentucky.

Pension-relief bill set for final vote

Gov. Matt Bevin's pension-relief proposal heads to the full Senate on Wednesday for a final vote.

Kentucky governor: Trump ‘absolutely not’ a racist

Kentucky's Republican governor says President Donald Trump is "absolutely not" a racist, but he sidestepped questions about the president's recent tweet that said four congresswomen of color should go back to the "broken and crime infested" countries from which they came.

Company to open $6 million CBD oil operation in Kentucky

Gov. Matt Bevin's office says the venture will create up to 34 full-time jobs over a decade.

Edelen: Tough primary will make Beshear a better candidate

Adam Edelen says his primary campaign attacks will make his one-time rival Andy Beshear a tougher candidate in his quest to unseat Governor Bevin in the November election.

Bevin aide: Governor’s pension plan has enough votes to pass

A key aide to Kentucky's governor says enough votes have been secured to pass a pension-relief proposal in a special legislative session.

Judge refuses to block subpoenas sent over teacher sickouts

A federal judge has refused to block subpoenas issued by Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin's administration during an investigation into teacher sickouts that closed some schools.

Kentucky governor reaches out to lawmakers on pension issue

Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin has sent a letter to state lawmakers to try to build support for his pension bill that he hopes to have considered in a special legislative session.

Fight surfaces over which court should hear subpoena case

A legal fight in Kentucky over subpoenas sent to school districts as part of an investigation into teacher sickouts has expanded to include which court should hear the case.

Kentucky governor debuting his first TV ad of the campaign

Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin plays up his close ties with President Donald Trump and boasts about the state's economy in his first TV ad of his reelection campaign.

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