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Senate passes income tax bill, heads to governor

Today, the Senate passed legislation to further reduce the income tax from 4.5 to 4%, and the bill will now head back to the...

Kentucky First Lady asks for help gathering supplies for victims of domestic violence

One of Kentucky First Lady Britainy Beshear's primary goals is to make the commonwealth a safe place for all families. "To do that, we...

Fort Wright repeals COVID executive order after three years

After nearly three years, the City of Fort Wright officially repealed its COVID state of emergency. Near the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, it...

Republican lawmakers call for leadership change in Kentucky juvenile justice

Written by the Kentucky Lantern’s McKenna Horsley Republican lawmakers on Thursday called for a “change in leadership” in response to violence and inadequate care in...

Covington leaders to board of elections: Cease consolidation of voting locations

On election day 2022, reports across Kenton County showed that the lines in voting locations were hundreds of people long and wait times were...

Mitch McConnell announces $3.2 million for Kentucky transportation priorities

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell announced Wednesday that the Department of Transportation awarded nearly $3.2 million to Kentucky communities so they can develop comprehensive...

The Frankfort LINK: Congressman Thomas Massie talks about his new committee assignments

Welcome back to another episode of the Frankfort LINK. I am Mark Payne, the politics and government reporter for LINK nky.  This week I am...

NKY Chamber announces annual day in Frankfort for Feb. 23

The NKY Chamber of Commerce will take a group of members to the capital for the annual day in Frankfort on Feb. 23. Members...

Construction begins on Darlas Drive to keep water away from yards, homes

Construction has been authorized for Darlas Drive in Cold Spring to combat flooding in yards and homes. Council passed a motion to implement a...

Massie named to powerful House rules committee

Known for his "no" votes on legislation, Thomas Massie, who represents the fourth congressional district that includes Northern Kentucky, has recently been named to...

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