John Farris, chairman of the Kentucky Retirement Systems board of trustees, warned his colleagues Thursday that the state’s pension system is in worse shape than previously believed.
John Farris, chairman of the Kentucky Retirement Systems board of trustees, warned his colleagues Thursday that the state’s pension system is in worse shape than previously believed. jcheves@herald-leader.com John Cheves
John Farris, chairman of the Kentucky Retirement Systems board of trustees, warned his colleagues Thursday that the state’s pension system is in worse shape than previously believed. jcheves@herald-leader.com John Cheves

Troubled Kentucky pension system might need billions more than assumed

February 16, 2017 02:29 PM

More Videos

'This is my home.' Kentucky DACA recipient is nation's top honors student. 2:07

'This is my home.' Kentucky DACA recipient is nation's top honors student.

Glenna Bevin: ‘This is the most beautiful thing I’ve seen in a very, very long time’ 0:26

Glenna Bevin: ‘This is the most beautiful thing I’ve seen in a very, very long time’

New pension bill 'brings us back from the brink of insolvency' 1:23

New pension bill 'brings us back from the brink of insolvency'

Bevin not proud of unbridled growth in prison population 1:27

Bevin not proud of unbridled growth in prison population

Senate President Stivers hints at details in new pension bill 3:03

Senate President Stivers hints at details in new pension bill

How Rand Paul Exposed a Republican Reversal 1:33

How Rand Paul Exposed a Republican Reversal

AP: State of our union by the numbers 1:48

AP: State of our union by the numbers

Andy Barr had this to say about Trump’s reported attempt to fire Mueller 1:32

Andy Barr had this to say about Trump’s reported attempt to fire Mueller

Liquor regulation changes 'would eliminate a family-owned business' 0:56

Liquor regulation changes 'would eliminate a family-owned business'

'They won't help us.' Frustration boils in Kentucky's most troubled water district. 1:26

'They won't help us.' Frustration boils in Kentucky's most troubled water district.