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1 hr ago | WTVF Nashville
House Speaker Greg Stumbo says the House appears likely to go along with the budget cuts to higher education proposed by Gov. Beshear.
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5 hrs ago | WLKY-TV Louisville
A new luxury hotel, grocery store, retail shops and apartments are planned as part of a $261 million development in downtown Louisville.
The Kentucky House will largely accept Gov. Steve Beshear's budget proposal on higher education, including cuts of 2 1 2 percent to state universities' operating budgets next year, Speaker Greg Stumbo said Friday.
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Four Indiana same-sex couples are planning to file a federal lawsuit that mirrors a recent challenge in Kentucky that prompted a federal judge to order the state to recognize same-sex marriages legally performed elsewhere.
Patients having difficulty breathing will no longer be cared for by respiratory therapists at three Louisville-area emergency rooms as a result of the recent layoffs at KentuckyOne Health.
Taxpayers have spent more than $100 million on plans for a new Brent Spence Bridge connecting Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky, but there's still no funding plan or start date in sight.
The Kentucky House's chief sponsor of the "smoke free" bill on Thursday declared the bill dead for the current session of the General Assembly.
It is "highly likely" the House budget committee will reject a proposal to let property valuation administrators charge a new fee to special districts, committee Chairman Rick Rand said Thursday.
Kentucky's Attorney General Jack Conway delivered a powerful and emotional speech this week in which he announced that he would not defend Kentucky's ban on same-sex marriage in court.
'BAD FOR MISSISSIPPI' BILL ADVANCES: The Mississippi House Judiciary Committee Tuesday advanced a religious bias bill to the House floor.
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Gov. Steve Beshear said Wednesday his son, Andrew Beshear, a candidate for attorney general in 2015, played no role in his decision to appeal a federal judge's ruling that Kentucky must recognize same-sex marriages performed in other states and countries.
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A husband and wife who rented the house of a Colorado resort town socialite are accused of killing her and leaving her body in a closet after she returned home from an overseas vacation.
Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear says the state will use outside counsel to appeal a federal judge's order recognizing same-sex marriages performed out of state.