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FRANKFORT, Ky. - When I entered public service three years ago, one of my core missions was to seek justice for victims. more
Lost in the headlines during this past week’s action of the 2019 Session of Kentucky’s General Assembly was the filing of a bill that, if it becomes law, will increase the transparency and bring more oversight to the Administrative Office of the Courts. more
In his State of the Union address, President Trump presented his vision for our country’s future. He articulated our national values, our economic potential, and the needs of families throughout the county. I was proud to once again welcome President Trump to the U.S. Capitol for this important speech, and I applaud his leadership. more
Whatever perspective each of us have in life is borne out as the sum total of our life experiences, whatever those may be. more
Ever hear the saying "hold your horses?" Well, it looks like West Kentucky Development Corp. needs to reign theirs in. This is the partnership between Churchill Downs and Keeneland spearheading a new Standardbred track with up to 12 days of horse racing and 365 days of video slot machines in Oak Grove. more
ASHLAND, Ky. (KT) – The shuttering of the AK Steel mill in Ashland wasn’t surprising, it was personal. more
It is a staggering, record-high number in Kentucky: 10,000 kids in foster care. more
Gov. Matt Bevin walked into the lions den Thursday night — and stayed for a while. more
I need to say a few words about something that took place this past weekend. Last week, Kentuckians of all ages traveled to our nation’s capital to exercise our fundamental American rights – to peacefully assemble and petition the government. Unfortunately for the students of Covington Catholic High School, their participation has resulted in threats on their lives. more
It certainly wasn’t the first time we’ve seen a social media mob, and it certainly won’t be the last, especially in this election year. In case you weren’t following the viral mass overreaction, some northern Kentucky Catholic high school students, who had given of their personal time to attend the March for Life in Washington D.C., were standing on the steps of a memorial (as they had been instructed) waiting for their bus to pick them up. more
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