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Beshear touts economy, job growth after raising $1M for campaign

Gov. Andy Beshear raised $1.05 million for his reelection campaign in the third quarter of 2022. Beshear has now raised more than a million...

Taylor Mill discusses ‘functionally obsolete’ firehouse with residents: ‘Something has to be done’

Taylor Mill officials invited residents to come to the city building last week to listen to the commissioners' opinions on what to do about...

Kim Moser has personal stake in Lung Cancer Screening Advisory Committee

State Rep. Kim Moser, a Republican from Taylor Mill, was appointed to the Lung Cancer Screening Advisory Committee, which will will oversee the implementation...

Voter registration surges as deadline approaches

Following two years of flatlined voter registration, Kentucky is witnessing a surge, Secretary of State Michael Adams announced last week. Adams said 9,631 new...

Committee weighs funding support for recovering gamblers

Lawmakers are considering a publicly funded program to combat gambling addiction with education, prevention, and treatment.  Mike Stone, executive director of the Kentucky Council on...

Kenton judicial candidate seeks to disqualify opponent over residency

A candidate for Kenton County Family Court judge is looking to have one of her opponents disqualified, alleging she doesn’t meet the residency requirements...

Kentucky Democracy Project plans NKY pub crawl

The Kentucky Democracy Project is planning a series of events to help register voters and acquaint them with candidates. Kentucky’s voter registration deadline for the...

Boone County GOP censures Sen. Mitch McConnell, calls for resignation

The Boone County Republican Party censured Kentucky Sen. Mitch McConnell in a symbolic move last week over his support of the Bipartisan Safer Communities...

Erlanger taps Bill Wulfeck for city administrator

The City of Erlanger named Bill Wulfeck as its new city administrator. Wulfeck replaces Matthew Kremer, who departed Erlanger after four and a half years...

NKY law enforcement backs Rand Paul, who says he is against ‘defunding the police’

Northern Kentucky's law enforcement community backed Sen. Rand Paul with an official endorsement Tuesday at Covington's Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) Lodge. The endorsement...

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