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Governor Andy Beshear says there are now four people in Kentucky who have tested positive for the coronavirus.
Shortly after Governor Andy Beshear announced the state's first confirmed coronavirus case in Lexington and declared a state of emergency, Lexington Mayor Linda Gorton did the same.
Governor Andy Beshear on Thursday called on employers to offer paid sick leave if they don't already in the midst of a bad flu season and the threat of the coronavirus.
Gov. Andy Beshear is trying to jump-start a stalled health care bill that would prevent health insurers from denying coverage due to preexisting medical conditions.
T. Marzetti Co., a salad dressing manufacturer, says it will expand its Hart County plant, creating 140 jobs in western Kentucky.
Engineering firm STEP CG plans to expand its headquarters in Kenton County into new office space, creating at least 83 jobs.
A federal judge has refused to undo Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear's action that reorganized the state school board.
Beshear proclaimed Kentucky Saves Week from February 24-29, 2020, encouraging all Kentuckians to commit to saving money.
The Kentucky Senate's top leader has introduced a bill aimed at the governor's overhaul of the state school board.
The City of Cold Spring passed an LGBTQ Fairness Ordinance Monday by a vote of 4-to-1, according to the Fairness Campaign.
Kentucky is hiring hundreds of social workers to fight child abuse, according to the state.
Governor Andy Beshear says a fire has broken out at the Eastern Kentucky Correctional Complex in Morgan County.
Beshear has signed legislation to require that law enforcement officers carry weapons when assigned to provide security at schools.
Group pushing for a cap on out-of-pocket costs for many Kentuckians relying on insulin.
Kentucky is the nation’s leading exporter of whiskey, which includes bourbon and rye, according to 2019 export reports.
The governor expanded an emergency declaration for flooded areas in the southeastern part of the state. Anyone with damage should contact their county's emergency manager
A bill to cap out-of-pocket insulin costs has passed out a Kentucky House committee.
A Republican-led Senate committee has approved a bill to rein in Democratic Gov. Andy Beshear's power to select the state's transportation secretary.
Chief Justice John D. Minton Jr. says if lawmakers go along with Beshear's budget proposal, the judicial branch would have to cut 387 positions.
The governor declared a State of Emergency for eight counties and three cities in southeastern Kentucky due to flooding.