I cover a range of stories for WDRB, but really enjoy tracking what's going on at our State Capitol. I grew up on military bases all over the world, but am a Kentuckian at heart. I'm an EKU alum, and have lived in Louisville for 30 years.
Supporters of legalizing medical marijuana believe momentum is building toward passing a bill in the Kentucky House this session.
JCPS is debating the issue, but Ben Wilcox, the state’s new school security marshal, told WDRB News it should not be a question.
Beshear, who made support for public schools the hallmark of his successful 2019 campaign, said education is the key to breaking cycles of poverty in the state.
For the first time, a Kentuckian appears to have died from an illness related to vaping.
Metro government is hungry for revenue, because the spiraling cost of public pensions is eating the budget.
Supporters say it will keep residents safe, but critics argue it will lead to fear and racial profiling.
Right now, poll workers often ask for identification at the polls, but it is not required by state law.
Kentucky lawmakers convened Tuesday to begin a 60-day session that will be dominated by work on a new two-year state budget.
Lawmakers return to Frankfort for the 2020 session of the General Assembly.