Gov. Matt Bevin’s proposed state budget cuts, especially those to higher education, generated much discussion in Frankfort. The proposed budget calls for $650 million in cuts, with most state agencies seeing cuts of 4.5 percent for the remainder of this fiscal year and 9 percent cuts over each of the next two fiscal years

The Kentucky Senate’s budget plan released last week includes cuts to education programs such as family resource centers.

Three Democratic wins in Tuesday special House elections may alter the seemingly inevitable battle over the state budget as the General Assemb…

As time for the General Assembly to craft a budget dwindles – Friday is the 41st day of the 60-day session – more questions than answers surro…

Taking a break from the ongoing General Assembly session in Frankfort, Sen. Mike Wilson, R-Bowling Green, and Rep. Michael Meredith, R-Brownsv…

Members of Western Kentucky University's Student Government Association unanimously oppose legislation that would freeze college tuition in th…

Gov. Matt Bevin’s proposed state budget cuts, especially those to higher education, continue to generate much of the discussion in Frankfort a…

Gov. Matt Bevin’s proposed budget is continuing to draw scrutiny and debate in Frankfort as lawmakers build House and Senate versions of budge…

Two local legislators said what stands out about Gov. Matt Bevin’s proposed budget that slashes $117 million this year in state spending, then…