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To all of the students who recently graduated from a Kentucky college or university, thank you for having the fortitude and determination to make it to the finish line. You’ve achieved something powerful and transformative that will dramatically improve the quality of your life — a college credential. more
Welcome, Derby visitors! more
As a father, I cherish the memories already made with my two daughters and anticipate the milestones still ahead of them. more
U.S. Sen. Tim Kaine, a Virginia Democrat who was the running mate with Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential election, told an audience at the University of Louisville on Monday that abolishing the Electoral College seemed unlikely because it would require a change to the U.S. Constitution. more
The Kentucky Retirement Systems Board of Trustees grabbed the wheel two years ago this month and abruptly overcorrected a pension system whose tires had dropped off a steep shoulder on the side of a road winding toward a very uncertain future for the commonwealth’s retirement plans and, by extension, its entire economy. more
Kentucky's primary election is this Tuesday and if voter participation in 2015 is any indication, the turnout will be in the neighborhood of a dismal 12 percent. more
No matter which side of the fence you’re sitting, the movie “Unplanned” needs to be seen. more
FRANKFORT, Ky. (KT) - Spend a couple of hours and learn how to save a life. more
The race for governor of Kentucky is occasionally a harbinger of the contest that begins or ends the four-year election cycle, the race for president. In 1995, Democrat Paul Patton defeated Republican Larry Forgy, who had hoped to ride the GOP wave of 1994 but got caught in the undertow, and Bill Clinton carried the state in 1996. more
My father passed away in 2002, a few days after Father’s Day, but his legacy hangs over me like the branches of a cool shade tree. more
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