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Supreme Court justice mulling run for governor

Kentucky Supreme Court Justice Will T. Scott is considering a run for governor in 2015.

UPDATE: Lt. Governor Takes Job with Obama Administration

The second-in-command to Governor Steve Beshear has resigned. This shake-up at the capitol comes because the Lieutenant Governor has been appointed to a position in the Obama Administration. Jerry Abramson is moving to Washington where he will work in the West Wing of the White House.

Whitfield Endorses Comer For Governor

Republican U.S. Representative Ed Whitfield endorses James Comer for governor.

Beshear Appoints Anti-Bullying Task Force

Democratic Gov. Steve Beshear has appointed a 22-person committee to study bullying and how to stop it.

Governor & First Lady Celebrate Ford Mustang’s 50th Birthday

Governor Steve Beshear and First Lady Jane Beshear were just two of the numerous guests that showed up at Paul Miller Ford Thursday to celebrate 50 years of Ford's iconic Mustang.

Snow Days Bill Heads to Governor’s Desk

A bill relaxing Kentucky's school attendance laws is awaiting Gov. Steve Beshear's signature.

Governor, Lexington Mayor Hope for a Colorful Weekend

With UK's men and women headed to the Sweet 16 and a brewing storm between the Wildcats and Louisville Cardinals coming up, Governor Steve Beshear and Lexington Mayor Jim Gray encourage everyone to show off their "colorful" spirit this weekend.

Ky Man Charged with Threatening Governor, Family

A Kentucky man has been charged with threatening to kill the state's governor, first lady and their family in a series of Facebook postings.

Governor Hires Private Firm in Gay Marriage Case

Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear has hired a private law firm from Ashland to represent him in appealing a judge's decision allowing state recognition of same-sex marriages.

Governor Plans to Make Kentucky Healthier

Gov. Steve Beshear has rolled out a wide-ranging plan aimed at improving Kentucky's overall health.

UK Weighing its Options After Governor’s Budget Proposal

In a memo sent to college faculty, staff and students, the University of Kentucky's administration said they will need to develop a new strategic plan under Governor Steve Beshear's two-year budget proposal for the state.

Beshear to Roll Out Tax Reform Plan Tuesday

Gov. Steve Beshear says Kentucky lawmakers will be well-acquainted with most of the proposals featured in his plan to overhaul the state's tax system.

Ky. Governor and Attorney General Address Propane Delivery Concerns

Governor Steve Beshear and Attorney General Jack Conway have both said they are working to make sure propane is supplied to residential and commercial customers during the bitterly cold weather.

Gov. Beshear Gets Presidential Invite to State of the Union Address

Kentucky's performance with health care sign-ups through its state-run website has earned Gov. Steve Beshear a White House invitation to attend President Barack Obama's State of the Union speech.

Lawmakers Push To Make Kentucky Smoke-Free

It was 50 years ago this month that the first U.S. Surgeon General's report on smoking and health was issued. To mark the occasion, two lawmakers are pushing to make the Commonwealth smoke-free.

Budget Tops Issues Awaiting Kentucky Lawmakers

Kentucky lawmakers have begun a legislative session to be dominated by work on a new state budget.

Budget Tops Issues Awaiting Kentucky Lawmakers

Kentucky lawmakers have begun a legislative session to be dominated by work on a new state budget.

Update: Gov. Beshear Says Boston Bombings Will Affect Derby

Governor Beshear said Monday that the Boston Marathon bombings will affect security measures for the Kentucky Derby.

Conway Says He’s Considering Running For Governor

Kentucky’s Attorney General said he might run for Governor in 2015.

Governor Encourages Kentuckians To Honor Veterans

Kentucky is home to more than 331,000 living veterans. The Governor is urging Kentuckians to thank a veteran for his or her service.

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Diverse group of college students to advice state on policies

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