In a statement sent Tuesday, McCracken County Attorney Samuel Clymer said he has corrected a miscalculation of his salary and requested a salary reduction of more than $14,000.
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Gov. Steve Beshear's administration is arguing in a brief filed with the U.S. Supreme Court that Kentucky's ban on gay marriage isn't discriminatory because it bars both gay and straight people fro...
On March 25 a group of Ballard County middle and high school students took a trip to Frankfort. Two Ballard Memorial High School students were invited to witness the signing of Conner's Law.
Freshman Republican Senator Danny Carroll says he really feels the distance between his district and Frankfort when he's sitting in legislative session.
Will T. Scott has jumped out of an airplane to bring attention to his candidacy for governor of Kentucky.
Republicans and Democrats go to the polls on May 19 to choose their nominees for governor. Schools usually are not in session that day because they are often used for polling places.
Republican candidate for governor Matt Bevin said he would undo the expansion of the state's Medicaid system, a move that would take away health insurance from nearly 400,000 people.
The Kentucky Republican told reporters after a Friday speech in Louisville that he was getting closer to making a decision, but all signs point to Paul launching a campaign.
Democrats and Republicans are teaming up to let voters approve local construction projects by temporarily raising sales taxes in the cities and counties where they live.
House and Senate lawmakers have pledged to pass a bill this year fighting the state's growing Heroin problem. But will they pass the same one?
Governor Bruce Rauner has laid out a first-year agenda he says will make Illinois more competitive and "empower" people and local governments.
James Comer, Hal Heiner, Matt Bevin and Will T. Scott have been invited to speak to the association at the Embassy Suites in Lexington.
The largest new spending would be $1 billion to redevelop abandoned coal mines.
Illinois officials are warning parents and providers that the state has run out of money to pay for a subsidized day care program.
The tea party-backed Bevin lost last year's primary to incumbent Sen. Mitch McConnell.
Hal Heiner has officially filed to seek the Republican nomination for governor.
Alison Lundergan Grimes will run for re-election as Kentucky secretary of state, ending months of speculation about the former Democratic nominee for the U.S. Senate's political plans for 2015.
The first-term agriculture commissioner has been raising money since September along with running mate state Sen. Chris McDaniel from northern Kentucky.
Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes says that former Governor and long time Senator Wendell H. Ford has died.
Elaine Chao resigned from Bloomberg Philanthropies' board of directors after the charity announced plans to expand its efforts to shutter coal-fired power plants.
President Obama wants to triple the maximum child care tax credit to $3,000 and make that money more accessible.
Democratic Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes says she will run for statewide office this year.
Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner has issued an executive order requiring all of the state's political hires to be posted online.
Bruce Rauner became the Governor of Illinois on Monday and he is already clearing out a number of Quinn's appointees.