Interstate 64 travelers can now find their way to downtown Frankfort thanks to a lengthy campaign by four entities to have new signage installed along the thoroughfare.
As Kentucky’s gubernatorial candidates crisscross the state in search of votes, another strategic battle is being waged in cyberspace.
The State Journal is partnering this fall with the School of Journalism and Media at the University of Kentucky to provide in-depth coverage of Kentucky’s gubernatorial race.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Andy Beshear says he wants to give all Kentucky teachers a $2,000 pay increase.
Construction of an elevator and stairs to reconnect Bellepoint with downtown via the Wilkinson Boulevard pedestrian overpass has begun and officials say the “bridge to nowhere” — as some have termed it — will open in the fall.
On his 11th birthday, Anthony Gannone was recognized at a Frankfort Independent Schools board meeting for winning a state award.
State Sen. Julian Carroll, D-Frankfort, has prefiled legislation establishing the framework to allow sports wagering at any horse racing track or off-track wagering facility.
Area legislators stressed the importance of the November general election and gave a sneak peak at the primary issues facing the 2020 General Assembly at the annual Frankfort Area Chamber of Commerce Legislative Luncheon Thursday.
Lisa Beran has been tapped as interim executive director and chief executive officer at Kentucky Housing Corp. (KHC) following the resignation of Edwin King.
The State Journal’s appeal to the Attorney General’s Office for the release of an outside law firm's report pertaining to allegations of sexual harassment against a former Franklin County Regional Jail chief deputy was denied last week.
Kentucky Justice Cabinet Deputy Secretary Jon Grate joined Kentucky State Police Commissioner Rick Sanders in recognizing 14 civilian employees for their "unwavering" devotion to the agency.
Local tattoo artist Joe Parrish’s smile was a little larger than usual Tuesday after receiving news that the state dropped a proposal that would ban tattooing over scars.
LOUISVILLE — Gov. Matt Bevin has called a special legislative session that will start Friday in an effort to offer pension relief for regional universities and dozens of quasi-governmental agencies.
Republican Gov. Matt Bevin and Democratic Attorney General Andy Beshear are fighting over Capitol office space as they clash in the race for governor.
Each year, the Kentucky Legislative Ethics Commission collects financial disclosure reports from state-level elected officials and makes them available for public scrutiny.
With intentions of showing a united front, the Franklin County Fiscal Court followed in the footsteps of elected city leaders by approving the first reading of a resolution to dissolve the Capital Plaza redevelopment project memorandum of agreement with the state Thursday evening.