Secretary of State Michael Adams has announced that more voters were removed from Kentucky’s rolls than were added in October, as his campaign promise to clean up voter rolls has continued.
Gov. Andy Beshear has announced that more funding is being allocated by the Bluegrass State Skills Corp. for Kentucky’s workforce development efforts, with the latest earmarked to train 6,388 individuals.
As Kentuckians soak in the final views of falling leaves, state transportation crews are on the lookout for the first sight of snow to spring into action. Nearly 2,100 Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) staff and crew members have been preparing for months for the November launch of the …
On Tuesday, the new administration at Kentucky State University along with the Council on Postsecondary Education (CPE) informed state lawmakers of intentions to ask for $23 million in order to keep the institution afloat past March when its cash reserves will be depleted.
A memorial service was held in the State Capitol Rotunda on Sunday, to honor over 10,000 Kentuckians who have lost their lives to COVID-19, and the winning design for a permanent memorial on the Capitol grounds was also unveiled.
The stage has been set for what could become one of the state’s most important races in 2022: Franklin Circuit Court Judge Phillip Shepherd versus political newcomer Joe Bilby.
Together Frankfort invites you to a screening of the movie, Dark Money, Wednesday, Nov. 3, 6:30 p.m. in the Thomas D. Clark Center for Kentucky History, Brown Foreman Room, 100 W. Broadway, Frankfort. Following the film, participants are encouraged to engage in a group discussion (socially d…
Gov. Andy Beshear announced new roadside signs to recognize the state's two Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) — Kentucky State University and Simmons College of Kentucky.
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet launched a permanent service on Friday to expand options for Kentuckians to renew their state driver’s licenses and ID cards remotely through a mail-in renewal program.
Kentucky Auditor Mike Harmon’s office is looking into the finances at Kentucky State University, per both KSU Chief Financial Officer Greg Rush and the auditor’s office.
Work crews set up a stage, risers, a sound system, a satellite dish and more on Sunday in anticipation of an event to be held on the state Capitol steps this Tuesday, according to multiple workers on site.
The Kentucky Association of Government Communicators has named Virginia Moore, executive director of the Kentucky Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, as its 2021 Communicator of the Year.
The finances of Kentucky State University have recently come under increased scrutiny. However, one area within the budget in particular has undergone a drastic change. Slowly, over the course of two decades, spending on instruction has dropped even amidst ongoing concerns about underinvestm…
Flu season is rapidly approaching, and although in 2020-2021 flu season Kentucky saw a 99% drop in cases from a year earlier, it is expected to make a comeback this year, although health officials cannot say how much it will be.
A Frankfort resident is one of 10 winners selected in the first round of the Vax and Visit Kentucky COVID-19 vaccination incentive program.
A resident who lives near the intersection of Capital Avenue and Fourth Street recently questioned whether the city is considering installing a temporary four-way stop sign at the intersection, which becomes congested during rush hour and school start and stop times.
Kentucky’s new unemployment insurance overpayment waiver is supposed to offer some relief to people who were mistakenly overpaid benefits, but many who owe money are excluded from even asking.
The Kentucky Democratic Party has started the process of selling its state headquarters along Interstate 64 at the Southeast corner of Franklin County.
The Kentucky Public Pensions Authority (KPPA) announced Monday that earnings for their funds exceeded expectations for the fiscal year that ended June 30.
The Kentucky National Guard is scaling back some training activities this month, due in part to expenses incurred while deployed to the U.S. Capitol following the Jan. 6 insurrection.
Due to the continued escalation of COVID-19 cases, especially due to the delta variant, state officials announced Thursday that they have strengthened their mask guidance for schools, when classes resume this year.
As the number of COVID-19 cases in Kentucky continue to grow at an increasing rate, the state has taken the step of reinstituting a mask mandate for all executive branch employees and visitors to state office buildings.
Editor's Note: This article was updated at 7:10 p.m. to include KSU Acting President Clara Stamps' confirmation of Graham's termination, as well as Stamps' statement indicating that she did not tell Graham that his termination resulted from CPE's review of the university.
The speaker’s list has expanded for the political speaking portion of the 141st Fancy Farm Picnic in western Kentucky on Aug. 7, but there are others who have declined to appear.
The Frankfort Area Chamber of Commerce will host a luncheon featuring Kentucky Secretary of State Michael G. Adams and Franklin County Clerk Jeff Hancock on July 22 at the Capital Plaza Hotel.
The finalists have been chosen to design a permanent memorial on the state Capitol grounds to honor the thousands of Kentuckians who have died due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Greg Roush, recently retired Western Hills High School principal, has been tapped by Gov. Andy Beshear to serve on the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority Board of Directors and the Kentucky Higher Education Student Loan Corp. Board of Directors starting July 16.
Kentucky Secretary of State Michael Adams is praising the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to uphold Arizona’s ban on ballot harvesting.
The recent building collapse in Surfside, Florida, which has left at least 18 people dead and more than 140 missing, has raised questions about building safety in Kentucky, and whether something similar could happen here.