A temporary funding fix for financially struggling Illinois colleges and universities is in limbo because lawmakers delayed a vote on a rare bipartisan measure that would send them $600 million.
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Republican Gov. Matt Bevin has appointed a former U.S. marshal to aid an investigation into what he says are potential illegal practices of former Democratic Gov. Steve Beshear.
A lengthy debate over a proposed veto override, partisan squabbling and a disagreement over a tax cut have delayed the planned conclusion of the Tennessee legislative session.
Republican Gov. Matt Bevin has issued an executive order removing the chairman of the Kentucky Retirement Systems board of trustees.
A federal appeals court has dismissed a lawsuit Kentucky Clerk Kim Davis filed against the state for requiring her to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples that included her name.
Legislation to legalize gambling on online daily fantasy sports in Illinois got initial approval in the state House amid concerns about whether it includes enough safeguards to prevent minors from...
The state Senate has passed a bill to allow faculty and workers with handgun carry permits to be armed on the campuses of Tennessee public colleges and universities.
The Massac County Courthouse in Illinois has a new roof, but other repair projects are on hold.
A resolution that would direct Tennessee to sue the federal government over its refugee resettlement program has passed in the state Legislature.
A House Republican is pushing a temporary funding measure for higher education while Illinois limps along without a state budget.
Former Democratic Gov. Steve Beshear has called Republican Gov. Matt Bevin's investigation of his procurement practices a "pathetic spectacle" and says the accusations have no basis in truth.
The Illinois Senate president says he will not pursue a proposal to pay for road construction by taxing motorists by the miles they drive.
There were passionate calls for your vote Monday night, as four candidates running for Paducah mayor spoke in a nearly two-hour debate at the Market House Theatre.
The House has passed a resolution that directs the state to sue over the federal refugee resettlement program.
Voters would be asked to change the Illinois Constitution to declare that the state should be responsible for the majority of public school funding under a measure that advanced in the state House.
The sponsor of bill seeking to designate the Bible as the official book of Tennessee has formally announced his bid to override Republican Gov. Bill Haslam's veto of the measure.
A Tennessee transgender bathroom bill has failed after a sponsor pulled the measure until next year.
A candidate running for Paducah mayor tells us he's dropping out of the race.
The Kentucky House of Representatives has approved a two-year operating budget on the last day of the legislative session.
Illinois Democrats are proposing that voters decide whether to raise income taxes on the state's wealthiest.
Kentucky lawmakers have completed work on a bill that would change the state's driver's licenses so residents can meet federal requirements for boarding domestic flights.
The Kentucky Senate has approved a two-year operating budget that spends an additional $1.28 billion toward the state's public pension debt.
Kentucky high school graduates who qualify for free community college tuition would have to repay some of that money if they drop out or their grades aren't high enough.
Thomas Osborne is withdrawing from Kentucky's first U.S. congressional district race.