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Kentucky's public colleges and universities want more money, but Republican lawmakers say the best universities can hope for is to break even.

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Attorney General Andy Beshear has announced he is suing Gov. Matt Bevin over a recent executive order that reorganized several education boards.

The announcement comes after the attorney general previously threatened to sue Bevin over the actions and after the governor changed his executive order late last week.

Beshear said that despite Bevin’s changes, “there are still significant constitutional and legal violations.”

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Kentucky's attorney general says he'll hold off suing Republican Governor Matt Bevin over his executive order restructuring several public education boards.

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A Kentucky lawmaker has filed an ethics complaint raising questions about the purchase of Governor Matt Bevin's personal home.

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Gov. Matt Bevin is criticizing news coverage of his family’s move into a mansion in suburban Louisville earlier this year, saying questions over the home’s purchase are misplaced.

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An aluminum company is investing 125-million dollars to build a new mill in west Kentucky.

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Attorney General Andy Beshear says he’s exploring whether his office has the authority to investigate if Gov. Matt Bevin improperly bought a house from a political appointee and got a discount.

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A modest growth in Kentucky's April tax collections isn’t likely to stop a predicted $113.2 million dollar shortfall when the budget year ends June 30.

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Kentucky Republican Governor Matt Bevin has awarded a Southern Baptist professor a $240,000 contract to lead an overhaul of the state's troubled adoption and foster care system.

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Kobe Aluminum Automotive Products LLC will expand for a seventh time in Bowling Green, investing more than $51 million and creating 129 full-time jobs.