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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.

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Kentucky's Republican governor wants to overhaul the state's troubled child-welfare system.

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The 2017 Kentucky General Assembly session has been void of something typically found in the legislative process.


A bill that would centralize Kentucky’s driver’s licensing program and bring the state into compliance with federal ID card rules has received initial approval from a legislative committee.


House Democrats have introduced several bills aimed at reversing some of Republican Gov. Matt Bevin's decisions.


The House Democratic Caucus unveiled its 2017 legislative agenda on Thursday. But Democrats no longer have a majority in the House, making it much more difficult for them to pass bills.


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  A Lexington clinic that was among two facilities that performed abortions in Kentucky has announced yesterday that it will close. The Kentucky chapter of the National Organization for Women announced on its Facebook page that the EMW Women's Clinic in Lexington will close on Jan. 27.

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Gov. Matt Bevin has begun making changes among high-ranking employees in the state Energy and Environment Cabinet.

Division of Forestry Director Leah MacSwords was terminated on Tuesday, a cabinet spokesman confirmed. It is a non-merit position and no reason was given for the termination.

But MacSwords said she was never given a termination letter.