- Ky. may lose $45M of tobacco settlement money Updated: Nov-23-13 10:26 am
- Ky. provides power players to Washington politics Updated: Nov-19-13 2:41 pm
- Governor's son to run for attorney general Updated: Nov-14-13 6:15 pm
FRANKFORT, Kentucky - If Kentucky loses $45 million in tobacco settlement funding next year, it could mean financial woes for state programs in agriculture, health and early childhood development.
FRANKFORT, Kentucky - For a state that has statues of native sons Abraham Lincoln and Jefferson Davis in its Capitol, Kentucky has been perceived as a political backwater for decades, nearly invisible on the national stage.
FRANKFORT, Kentucky - Hoping to follow his father's footsteps, Gov. Steve Beshear's son filed paperwork Thursday with the Kentucky Registry of Election Finance to begin raising money to run for attorney general.