by Alex Zielinski Feb 11, 2016
"I was hoping, quite honestly, to ride off into the sunset to move on to other things. But my conscience won’t let me do that. "
by Katie Valentine Feb 4, 2016
Coal is dying, but new efforts seek to get coal miners back to work.
by Alice Ollstein Dec 23, 2015
Less than a month after taking office, Matt Bevin (R) is exercising his new executive authority to undo the progressive changes of his predecessor.
by Scott Keyes Nov 24, 2015
The incoming governor has also said he supports restoring voting rights to ex-felons.
by Alex Zielinski Nov 23, 2015
Hundreds of thousands of low-income people will benefit.
by Scott Rodd - Guest Contributor Nov 9, 2015
Matt Bevin pledged his support to Kentucky's coal industry during his campaign.
by Josh Israel Nov 4, 2015
“There’s over 300,000 [Kentuckians that are on expanded Medicaid], and Matt Bevin is just going to take it from every single one of them."
by Ian Millhiser Nov 4, 2015
400,000 people could lose health care in Kentucky, and it is because the state's gubernatorial election is scheduled at a time that gives one party a clear advantage over the other.
by Zack Ford Sep 22, 2015
Kim Davis' insistence on removing her name from marriage licenses may have prolonged her struggle with the courts.
by Zack Ford Sep 14, 2015
The Kim Davis saga may have just ended as a whimper, but it remains an open question if Rowan County couples can obtain legal marriage licenses.