Like many of the other candidates for governor, Adam Edelen's platform focuses on improving education and healthcare, fighting the opioid epidemic and bringing good jobs to Kentucky.
The Kentucky Court of Appeals has sided with a lower court judge in dismissing a lawsuit seeking to overturn the state's ban on marijuana for medical purposes.
Vice President Mike Pence campaigned Friday for Republican Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin, making one of the Trump administration's first forays into a trio of 2019 Southern governor's races that could serve as a harbinger of the 2020 presidential campaign.
A bill that would have rescinded restrictions on the types of physicians who can diagnose black lung disease will likely not get a vote in the Kentucky House of Representatives this year, said Rep. Angie Hatton, one of the bill's sponsors.
Prospects for a bill supported by bourbon producers and Mothers Against Drunk Driving improved Wednesday when Kentucky lawmakers reversed course to advance the proposal aimed at increasing the use of a device that blocks a vehicle from starting if the driver isn't sober.
A bill that would allow Kentucky employers to force workers into signing a binding arbitration agreement as a condition of employment moved closer to final passage on Tuesday, after clearing a state House committee on a party-line vote.
Kentucky Republicans took a major step Wednesday in peeling power away from Democratic Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes, who has been criticized for her use of the state's voter registration system.
For the second time in a week, a sick-out forced Jefferson County Public Schools to close. The Capitol was awash in red as Jefferson County teachers let their voices be heard. They're unhappy about Senate Bill 250, sponsored by Republican Julie Raque Adams.
Republican Phillip Wheeler has defeated Democrat Darrell Pugh in a special election to fill an eastern Kentucky state Senate seat.
Two Republicans voted with Democrats Monday to reject a bill that would limit Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes' power over the State Board of Elections.
Governor Matt Bevin tells our Gray D.C. correspondent that he plans to sign the permitless conceal carry legislation when it gets on his desk.
An amended tax reform clean up bill made it out of a senate committee.
Kentucky lawmakers sided with a powerful gun-rights organization Friday in approving a bill to let people carry a concealed handgun without a permit or training.
The Kentucky House of Representatives has unanimously passed a bill that would make sexual harassment an offense under the ethics code for state lawmakers. The bill still needs to pass the Senate and be signed by the governor to become law.
Time is growing short for the 2019 Kentucky General Assembly. Monday is the 23rd day of a session that can meet no more than 30 days.