Kentucky native Ashley Judd says she is taking a close look at running against Republican Senator Mitch McConnell in 2014.
Illinois' multibillion dollar pension crisis has prompted a rising number of lawmakers to say they won't accept their legislative pension.
Industrial hemp's repositioning toward mainstream status gained ground with a recent endorsement from the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce.
The Henderson County Jail is one of three chosen by the Commonwealth to house a new substance abuse program.
The Kentucky Education and Workforce Development Cabinet says the state's jobless rate has dropped to 8.1 percent.
The number of unemployed Tennesseans is at its lowest point since the economic meltdown of 2008.
The Kentucky Department of Education says Commissioner Terry Holliday has accomplished his goal of visiting schools in all of the Commonwealth’s 174 public school systems.
The number of Illinois residents relying on food stamps and food banks is rising along with the state’s poverty rate.
Kentucky officials say an inventory that records industrial toxic releases in the state showed a reduction in releases in 2011.
Kentucky’s junior U.S. Senator Rand Paul says allowing principals and teachers to be armed could be an effective preventive measure to make schools safer.