To start off the State of Education Address, Commissioner Wayne D. Lewis, Jr. regaled everyone with stories of his past in the world of education.

FRANKFORT -- A statewide study of drinking water from municipal suppliers turned up no health concerns about a chemical group known as PFAS.

A new requirement may be on the horizon for students who are looking to graduate high school within the next few years. In early November, State Reps. Regina Huff (R-Williamsburg) and Deanna Frazier (R-Richmond) pre-filed bill request 817, which, if passed, would make completing the Free App…


LONDON -- Setting likely themes for his 2020 reelection bid, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Monday that his leadership role in Congress allows Kentucky to "punch above its weight" in national politics.


Register Editor Jonathan Greene chats with new Berea Chief of Police Eric Scott on how coming to Berea, how he got started in law enforcement, how playing football helped prepare him for his new role and what he hopes to accomplish at the BPD.

FRANKFORT — The Interim Joint Judiciary Committee heard testimony Friday on proposed legislation dealing with Extreme Risk Protective Orders, also knows as a Red Flag law.


FRANKFORT — Gov.-elect Andy Beshear announced his first round of high-level appointments Thursday, selecting four of his close assistants in the attorney general’s office to move with him to the governor’s office next month.

FRANKFORT — Secretary of State-elect Michael Adams presented members of the General Assembly’s Interim Joint State Government Committee his vision for the office over the next four years.

FRANKFORT -- The Kentucky Department for Public Health is launching a free program aimed at helping teens quit vaping, smoking and using other tobacco products as more than 2,000 across the country have experienced serious respiratory issues and other symptoms through e-cigarette use.

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