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The 21st annual Northern Kentucky Regional History Day will feature a broad range of topics ranging from the Civil War to Northern Kentucky ghost stories and just about everything in between.
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Unemployment rates fell in 109 Kentucky counties and went up in 11 counties between January 2013 and January 2014, according to the Kentucky Office of Employment and Training, an agency of the Kentucky Education and Workforce Development Cabinet.
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A proposal to reduce the number of days Kentucky lawmakers are in session each year has cleared a Senate panel with bipartisan support.
9 hrs ago | The Macon Telegraph
A divided Kentucky House passed a revenue bill Wednesday that would raise the state's motor fuels tax to supply more money for road projects, drawing objections from Republicans who signaled it could resurface as a campaign issue in the fall.
Forty years after Kentucky became the first state to adopt WIC, the federal nutrition supplemental program for low-income women, infants and children is still evolving.
The commonwealth of Kentucky will donate 125 refurbished computers to four western Kentucky eLearning centers.
" Beautiful Dreamer ," Stephen Foster's last song, was published posthumously a hundred and fifty years ago this month.
In the year 2014, it takes a special kind of stupid to not know that blackface is offensive, but one Kentucky pastor is claiming just that.
In a heavily Democratic county badly hurt by the shriveling of Central Appalachia's coal industry, the three Kentucky Republicans elected statewide drove a stake last week for some new public policy to build Kentucky's farm economy, especially in Appalachia.
Rand Paul Has a Big Problem in Kentucky - and It Could Be the Clearest Indication Yet That He's Running for President Sen. Rand Paul's biggest obstacle to the White House might not be another Republican primary opponent or even Hillary Clinton, but rather Kentucky state law forcing him to make a choice.
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell attacked the Senate Conservatives Fund, which is supporting tea party conservative Matt Bevin in the GOP Kentucky primary.
The Kentucky long rifle has been an icon for two centuries, thanks in part to the myth and folklore that grew up around the taming of America's early Western frontier.
Voters could choose to impose a 1 percent sales tax on their communities to pay for special projects under a bill approved by a House committee.
A 70-foot section of the Milton-Madison Bridge over the Ohio River was demolished last July.
After Drew Curtis saw his website Fark.com gather a large, international following he found himself embroiled in a curious lawsuit alongside other Internet giants like Yahoo.
A bill calling for a pilot program to open some juvenile court proceedings passed the Kentucky Senate Monday by a 30-7 vote.