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The Kentucky Senate on Thursday passed a less-stringent version of a bill that would set photo identification requirements for voting. The bill, amended... [Read More]
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The Senate Education Committee passed legislation Thursday that would require school resource officers to carry firearms in schools.Senate Bill 8... [Read More]
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FRANKFORT, Ky., Jan. 23, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- At least 100,000 recalled vehicles in Kentucky contain dangerously defective airbags that could blast sharp metal fragments at... [Read More]
A bill to require that police officers assigned to Kentucky schools be armed won approval Thursday from the Senate Education Committee. The committee... [Read More]
Kentucky education officials are encouraging residents and stakeholders to participate in a survey on the qualities that the state's next education commissioner should possess. ... [Read More]
Regional offices will open in Somerset and Paducah to help Kentuckians obtain new Real ID licenses that comply with federal requirements, Gov. Andy Beshear said... [Read More]
A Republican-led Senate panel on Wednesday loosened a bill requiring voters to produce a photo ID by adding other acceptable forms of identification. The proposal... [Read More]
Kentucky's Department of Agriculture will continue operating its hemp program as a research pilot program for another year before transitioning to a commercial program, the... [Read More]
The University of Louisville's request for a $35 million state loan to assist in its purchase of Jewish Hospital started advancing in the Kentucky legislature... [Read More]
Agriculture Commissioner Dr. Ryan Quarles announced the Kentucky Department of Agriculture will use 2020 as a year to transition from a hemp research pilot program... [Read More]
Calling Kentucky's pretrial release system "badly broken," Gov. Andy Beshear's administration has asked the state Supreme Court to set "clear constitutional rules" to fix the... [Read More]
College students pursuing civil engineering and engineering technology degrees can apply for scholarships offered by the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. [Read More]
Kentucky state colleges and universities will ask for their first funding increase since the 2007-08 budget, lawmakers were told. [Read More]
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