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.
The Kentucky Democratic Party called on Republican state Reps. Jeff Hoover and Michael Meredith to resign Wednesday following a report that a former staffer testified that Hoover sexually assaulted her and Meredith made a vulgar statement.
Democrats who oppose any money for President Trump’s border wall have sought to make Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell the villain of the longest government shutdown in US history. But McConnell has remained unmoved, arguing that Democrats need to reach an agreement that Trump will sign
Fayette County Clerk Don Blevins Jr. wants the city to help pay for new voting machines because the current ones are out-of-date, break down and contributed to long lines during the November general election.
Sixteen of Kentucky’s Medicaid recipients are suing the federal government to block Gov. Matt Bevin’s effort to revamp the state’s $9.7 billion-a-year Medicaid program by adding work requirements, co-pays and reporting duties for most able-bodied adults.
An insider got the top job at the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources after a critical state audit called for “a change in culture.” Some sportsmen say one of the qualified outside finalists should have been hired instead.
Republican political newcomer Bill Lee on Saturday took the oath of office as the 50th governor of Tennessee, vowing not to solely look to government as the solution to the state's most pressing challenges.
Seeking a way to end the shutdown standoff, President Donald Trump is expected to announce that in exchange for money for his long-promised border wall he is open to trading protections for young people brought to the country illegally as children.