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Western Kentucky’s Jeff Brohm named Kentucky Colonel

Western Kentucky's Jeff Brohm can now be called Colonel as well as coach.

Company picks Ky. site for facility to build machinery

Kentucky officials say a company that will design, build and install automated machinery for manufacturers will open a facility in Hodgenville.

Paducah getting over $400,000 for Greenway Trail project

Gov. Steve Beshear has announced Paducah will receive an additional $403,156 in federal funds for the fifth phase of the Greenway Trail.

Safe Routes to School funding announced

Governor Steve Beshear announced the funding for a Paris project designed to enable and encourage children to safely walk or ride bicycles to school.

150 jobs coming to Kentucky, through EOS

EOS USA is bringing 150 jobs to Kentucky, Gov. Steve Beshear and Congressman Hal Rogers announced today.

Beshear leading trade mission to Canada

Gov. Steve Beshear is leading a trade mission to Canada, which is Kentucky's largest trade partner.

Kentucky students participate in tornado drill

Governor Steve Beshear has named March "Severe Weather Awareness Month" in Kentucky and Tuesday was a statewide tornado drill.

Beshear to lead trade mission to Canada

Gov. Steve Beshear will lead a springtime trade mission to Canada in hopes of finding more markets for Kentucky products.

Kentucky governor: On union matters, we’re no Tennessee

Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear has a simple message on labor and economic development for automakers looking to build new plants: We're not Tennessee.

Democrats embrace Beshear ahead of November elections

Democratic Governor Steve Beshear rallied with five Democratic candidates for statewide office on Monday ahead of the November general elections.

Summit planned to discuss ways to boost E. Ky. economy

A daylong summit is planned this month to discuss ways to boost eastern Kentucky's economy.

View of Ky. economy varies among political leaders

The condition of Kentucky's economy depends largely on which political leader happens to offer the prognosis — and maybe which part of the state is being assessed.

Black Ky. politician seeks historic gains in 2015

A senior staff member in Gov. Steve Beshear's office who spent some of his formative years homeless in central Kentucky is among a group of black Kentuckians trying to make electoral history in 2015.

Beshear: Waiting to build bridge will be costly

Democratic Gov. Steve Beshear says it will cost taxpayers $7 million every month lawmakers do not take action to replace the Brent Spence Bridge connecting northern Kentucky with Cincinnati.

Ky. governor makes appeal to Supreme Court

Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear has joined in an appeal asking the U.S. Supreme Court to settle the issue of gay marriage.

State Christmas Tree Lit During Ceremony At Capitol

It was beginning to look, and sound, a lot like Christmas Monday evening at the State Capitol in Frankfort.

Beshear names new public protection secretary

Gov. Steve Beshear has chosen Ambrose Wilson IV to be the next secretary of the Public Protection Cabinet.

Trial delayed in case of gubernatorial threat

The trial of a Lexington man charged with threatening Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear has been postponed to allow attorneys to continue reviewing evidence in the case.

Beshear chooses Luallen to serve as Ky. lt. gov.

Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear has chosen former state Auditor Crit Luallen to serve as his lieutenant governor in his final year in office.

Beshear asks for disaster declaration

Gov. Steve Beshear has asked for a federal disaster declaration in eastern Kentucky following heavy rains that caused flooding, washed out roads and forced people from their homes.

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UPDATE: Kentuckians donate more than $721,000 n Give Day

A milestone reached today for the 9th annual Kentucky Gives Day, a day dedicated to encouraging donations to non-profits.

Lexington drivers worried about gas price increase

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