Attorney General Andy Beshear announced Friday that he will partner with four law firms to investigate and potentially sue drug manufacturers, distributors and retailers that contributed to Kentucky’s opioid abuse epidemic.
Donald Trump took to Twitter Friday, to encourage Rand Paul to vote for the Senate’s latest attempt to repeal and replace the affordable care act, also known as Obamacare. Paul has said he opposes the Graham-Cassidy bill because it does not go far enough to repeal Obamacare.
Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch spoke to an audience at the University of Louisville Thursday. He was introduced by U.S. Sen. Mitch McConnell, who made it possible for President Donald Trump to appoint Gorsuch.
A panel of historic properties advisers in Kentucky has recommended removing a plaque from a statue of Jefferson Davis that identifies the only president of the Confederacy as a “patriot, hero, statesman.”
Matthew Heimbach, a leader in the “alt-right” movement, opened his playbook, offering a window into his recruitment tactics and to-do list. His grand plan to spread neo-Nazi beliefs across Appalachia starts in southern Indiana.
Retiring University of Kentucky HealthCare chief Michael Karpf will continue making his $900,000 salary for the next year as he advises UK President Eli Capilouto on state and federal health care issues.
An official in the administration of former Gov. Steve Beshear admitted Monday to using his position to solicit campaign contributions from employees of the Personnel Cabinet and to falsifying time sheets.
Six current or former members of the Rural Land Management Board, which oversees a Fayette County farmland preservation program, have received millions of dollars from the Purchase of Development Rights program, records show.
Ray Jones, D-Pikeville, the Kentucky Senate minority leader, said he will run for judge-executive in Pike County in 2018. Should he win, Jones would leave his leadership position in Frankfort in a time of limited power for Democrats.
The National Football League and its players' union are angrily denouncing President Donald Trump for suggesting that owners fire players who kneel during the national anthem and that fans consider walking out in protest.