Several top officials in Gov. Matt Bevin’s administration are calling for comprehensive reform of Kentucky’s 15 area development districts, saying they no longer trust the agencies to manage and spend millions of dollars.
Conservatives have long been wary of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s conservatives bona fides, but his support for President Donald Trump’s wall amid the longest government shutdown in history bolsters his credibility.
Lawyers for the federal government, who say they aren’t being paid because of the partial shutdown, hope to postpone a lawsuit over tougher eligibility rules that Gov. Matt Bevin wants for Kentucky’s $9.7 billion-a-year Medicaid program.
A Kentucky judge who left the scene of an accident has been suspended without pay for seven days. District Judge William Roberts will start the suspension Feb. 15, the Judicial Conduct Commission said.
A recently retired Kentucky Supreme Court justice who wrote the opinion striking down Republican Gov. Matt Bevin's pension law has responded to the governor's criticism of the ruling as an "unprecedented power grab by activist judges.".
Mayor Linda Gorton and Baptist Health hosted a free screening of the movie “Beautiful Boy” Wednesday and pushed a multidisciplinary community effort to come up with policies, best practices to tackle opioid addiction.
Lebanon is using an Arab economic summit to call for the return of Syrian refugees to safe areas of their war-torn country, where the nearly eight-year civil war is still underway despite a recent series of government victories.
Nebraska lawmakers getting to work on a new budget won't face as much pressure to cut as they previously thought, thanks to an influx of federal money, but some still worry the state's financial challenges aren't over.
The founder of the World Economic Forum says U.S. President Donald Trump would have been an "interesting discussion partner" at its annual Davos event starting this week but acknowledges that the partial U.S. government shutdown scuttled those plans.