Agriculture Commissioner James Comer, right, and his wife, T.J.

Comer Promises Tuition Reimbursements, More Technical Education If Elected Kentucky Governor

April 16, 2015

Under his plan, students would be able to have the full amount of their tuition reimbursed through credits on their Kentucky tax returns if they stay in-state to work. Read Story


Judge Allows Media Outlets to Intervene in Harassment Lawsuit Involving Kentucky Lawmakers

April 15, 2015

The media organizations want access to depositions of former Legislative Research Commission director Bobby Sherman and state Rep. Sannie Overly, a Paris Democrat. Read Story


Property Values on the Rise In Crescent Hill, Butchertown, Highlands, Others

April 15, 2015

More than 60,000 homeowners in Jefferson County got property assessment notices last Friday—and many of them saw a significant bump. Read Story

State Auditor Launches Investigation Into Kentucky’s Untested Rape Kits

April 15, 2015

Kentucky has hundreds or possibly thousands of untested rape kits sitting in local law enforcement offices, according to State Auditor Adam Edelen. Read Story


Only 40 Kentucky Estates Would Be Affected By Repeal Of Estate Tax This Year

April 15, 2015

Republicans in the U.S. House of Representatives are pushing to repeal the tax, which taxes assets left by the deceased at a rate of 40 percent. Read Story


Rand Paul Is The First Presidential Candidate To Accept Bitcoin Donations

April 14, 2015

Last May, the Federal Elections Commission voted unanimously to allow Bitcoin donations to political campaigns. Read Story


Louisville Council Members Want Needle Exchange Ordinance

April 10, 2015

Louisville Metro Council members want to start a needle exchange program in the city. Read Story


Candidates for Governor Spar Over Negative Television Ads

April 8, 2015

With a little more than a month to go before Kentucky’s primary, gubernatorial candidates are rolling out the attacks and ramping the rhetoric. This week, a super PAC tied to Republican front runner Hal Heiner released television commercials accusing opposing candidates … Read Story

Steve Beshear

Beshear Vetoes Part Of Tobacco Settlement Bill, Revenue Less Than Expected

April 8, 2015

Gov. Steve Beshear has vetoed part of a bill that appropriates money from the state’s settlement with tobacco companies. Read Story