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Comer moves up on congressional oversight panel

Will have role watching Democratic probes.

Will teachers keep their promise?

Is there still momentum behind state government workers', especially teachers,' vow to vote out supporters of a pension reform plan?

Analysis: HUD plan would raise rents for poor by 20 percent

Housing Secretary Ben Carson says his latest proposal to raise rents would mean a path toward self-sufficiency for millions of low-income households across the United States by pushing more people to find work. For Ebony Morris and her four small children, it could mean homelessness.

Group to help with Kentucky’s Medicaid changes

A nonpartisan health foundation has partnered to help implement Kentucky's new work requirements for its Medicaid program.

Big changes on the way for college basketball?

Big changes could be on the way for college basketball.

AG Beshear filed lawsuit to stop pension reform law

As expected, Attorney General Andy Beshear is suing to stop the pension reform law signed Tuesday by Governor Matt Bevin.

Kentucky lawmakers work to pass budget and tax bills

Amid chants from thousands of protesting teachers, lawmakers passed through the senate a new tax bill and budget bill.

Hundreds of teachers rally at the capitol against pension reform

Teachers from across the state spent Wednesday's snow day at the state capitol, rallying against the republican-backed pension reform bill.

Lawmakers and teachers clash over pension reform

At the state capital Wednesday, lawmakers had their first hearing for one of the defining issues of this general assembly, he republican plan to overhaul the financially troubled public pension system.

Kentucky educators announce pension reform plan

Leaders from several Kentucky education groups have announced a pension reform plan that they say is a sustainable approach.

Kentucky legislators and state employees react to pension plan

Governor Bevin said he is confident this is the right plan. Still, not everyone agrees.

Increase in Kentuckians on disability shows need for system reform

The state says it is now pushing for change in the way disability benefits are granted.

Educators worried they will lose their retirement

Kentucky educators are in a panic because state law makers are thinking about pension reform this year.

Kentuckians react to failure of Republican healthcare bill

Kentuckians on both sides of the aisle, have been reacting to the continuing developments of the republican's health care bill all day today.

Louisville group to address addiction, mental illness issues

A Louisville group that is pushing for criminal justice reform for drug crimes and the mentally ill is hosting its first roundtable with local leaders.

Paul touts crop insurance, immigration reform to farmers

Rand Paul has told Kentucky farm leaders he supports federal crop insurance programs but did not say whether he would support the next federal farm bill if he is re-elected to the U.S. Senate.

Bevin vows to tackle health care, marriage forms as governor

Kentucky Gov.-elect Matt Bevin vowed to remove the names of county clerks from marriage licenses and pledged to roll back the state's version of health care reform when he takes office next month.

Study: Health reform costs $1.1 billion, saves $1.7 billion

Gov. Steve Beshear's decision to expand Kentucky's Medicaid program will cost taxpayers more than $1.1 billion by 2021, according to a new state study released Monday.

UK Dean Says Immigration Reform Would Benefit University

A dean at the University of Kentucky says immigration reform would benefit UK and Kentucky.

UK Dean Says Immigration Reform Would Benefit University

A dean at the University of Kentucky says immigration reform would benefit UK and Kentucky.

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Mayor addresses concerns people have with University of Somerset plans

People reading the website worried about the university's inclusiveness.