Gov. Matt Bevin

In response to an uptick in violent crime, last week Gov. Matt Bevin asked church leaders to organize prayer walks through the streets of West Louisville. Some are criticizing the proposal as too simple, demanding policy solutions.

Jacob Ryan-WFPL/Kentucky Public Radio

 Gov. Matt Bevin is urging people to "put their faith to work" by forming small prayer groups that will walk some of Louisville's highest-crime neighborhoods.

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Kentucky's state agencies will cut 1% from their budgets to help avoid a $113 million shortfall.

Ryland Barton

Kentucky’s attorney general is continuing criticism of Gov. Matt Bevin’s purchase of a mansion in suburban Louisville.

One of the state lawmakers tasked with reforming Kentucky’s retirement systems says if structural changes aren’t made, the plans can’t be salvaged. The public pension systems are facing a combined unfunded liability of more than 30-billion-dollars.

J. Tyler Franklin, Louisville Public Media

Governor Matt Bevin says Kentucky has surpassed its record for business investments in less than half a year. The Republican governor said on Friday that business investments in the state already top $5.8 billion.

Kentucky Education and Workforce Development Cabinet via Facebook

The state of Kentucky has created a new scholarship for its residents to fill skilled jobs in high demand.

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A steel company in northern Kentucky is investing $176 million in a new project line creating 75 jobs.

A lottery official in Florida has been appointed as the new president and CEO of the Kentucky Lottery Corporation.

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A Kentucky woman says her 7-year-old grandson is dead because of "senseless recklessness" that led to stray gunfire hitting him while he played on his iPad and ate cake in his Louisville home.