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The southbound lanes are back open on 41 in Henderson after a tanker truck flipped earlier this morning.
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In Clark County, Martin County native Briand Endicott announced a new effort to promote his planned distillery.
A $4.1 billion road-spending plan passed the Kentucky General Assembly on the final day of the session, avoiding an expensive special session.
In Kentucky, sign-ups for Obamacare have climbed higher than 400,000. Yet Mitch McConnell, as always, remains 1000 percent convinced that the law is an ongoing policy catastrophe that will never be anything other than an irrevocable political disaster for Democrats.
Writing in the Louisville Courier-Journal on Sunday, James R. Carroll compiled something of an anthology of Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell's campaign gaffes ranging from his web ad featuring the Duke basketball team to calling Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes, his Democratic general election opponent, an "empty dress" to ... (more)
The following diaries are examples of this week's Election Diary Rescue. This post features a collection of 28 diaries.
Governor Steve Beshear signed Senate Bill 109 into law, banning the sale of all types of e-cigarettes to minors.
In the interest of Kentucky's children, it should pass Senate Bill 157, sponsored by Sen. David Givens to provide greater transparency in juvenile cases.
Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear says he has vetoed language in the state budget bill that would have blocked construction projects at some community and technical college campuses.
Sen. Mitch McConnell is sticking to his repeal stance , crowing at the news of Health Secretary Kathleen Sebelius's resignation: "Secretary Sebelius may be gone, but the problems with this law and the impact it's having on our constituents aren't.
Kentucky 359 was closed at the Henderson-Union county line for about two hours Thursday afternoon while crews made emergency repairs of several washouts and slides near the bridge over Highland Creek.
In an initiative that begins this fall, Kentucky Education Commissioner Terry Holliday said he will ask Kentuckians to review state academic standards and suggest revisions.
Students at Pineville Elementary School and Yellow Creek School Center were able to visit the Kentucky Historical Society HistoryMobile on Thursday and today.