(The Center Square) – State and local officials gathered Monday at GE Appliances in Louisville to celebrate with company executives and employees the completion of a $60 million expansion that is bringing nearly 250 jobs to the community.

(The Center Square) – Kentucky state Rep. John “Bam” Carney, a former Republican floor leader in the state House of Representatives, died Saturday after a lengthy illness. He was 51.

(The Center Square) – A special legislative panel charged with reviewing Kentucky’s taxation policy on pari-mutuel betting met for the first time recently, but based on comments from one of its co-chairs, a recommendation for tax increases may be a longshot.

(The Center Square) – A new report indicates Kentucky as well as other eastern coal states may not have the bond funding needed to cover the costs necessary to prepare thousands of acres of mined land for new uses.

(The Center Square) – Kentucky’s chief elections officer had some advice for a Congressional committee looking at the federal government’s role in voting rights and election reform.

(The Center Square) – A coalition of 16 states is urging the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to not reinstate a waiver allowing California to implement its own carbon emissions standards that essentially regulate the automotive industry for the rest of the U.S.

(The Center Square) – Thanks to larger than expected receipts from income, sales and business taxes, Kentucky officials Friday reported a record surplus for the 2021 fiscal year.

(The Center Square) – Speaking before a General Assembly committee on Wednesday, the chief economist for the Kentucky Legislative Research Commission sought to reassure lawmakers that fears about inflation are largely unfounded.

(The Center Square) – Kentucky state Sen. Tom Buford, a Nicholasville Republican who served 30 years in Frankfort, died Tuesday, according to a statement from Senate President Pro Tempore David Givens.

(The Center Square) – State and local officials gathered Monday at GE Appliances in Louisville to celebrate with company executives and employees the completion of a $60 million expansion that is bringing nearly 250 jobs to the community.

(The Center Square) – Kentucky state Rep. John “Bam” Carney, a former Republican floor leader in the state House of Representatives, died Saturday after a lengthy illness. He was 51.

(The Center Square) – A special legislative panel charged with reviewing Kentucky’s taxation policy on pari-mutuel betting met for the first time recently, but based on comments from one of its co-chairs, a recommendation for tax increases may be a longshot.

(The Center Square) – A new report indicates Kentucky as well as other eastern coal states may not have the bond funding needed to cover the costs necessary to prepare thousands of acres of mined land for new uses.

(The Center Square) – Kentucky’s chief elections officer had some advice for a Congressional committee looking at the federal government’s role in voting rights and election reform.

(The Center Square) – A coalition of 16 states is urging the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to not reinstate a waiver allowing California to implement its own carbon emissions standards that essentially regulate the automotive industry for the rest of the U.S.

(The Center Square) – Thanks to larger than expected receipts from income, sales and business taxes, Kentucky officials Friday reported a record surplus for the 2021 fiscal year.

(The Center Square) – Speaking before a General Assembly committee on Wednesday, the chief economist for the Kentucky Legislative Research Commission sought to reassure lawmakers that fears about inflation are largely unfounded.

(The Center Square) – Kentucky state Sen. Tom Buford, a Nicholasville Republican who served 30 years in Frankfort, died Tuesday, according to a statement from Senate President Pro Tempore David Givens.

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(The Center Square) – Government officials and representatives from the business community in Lexington, Kentucky are looking forward to receiving a 200-acre parcel of land from the University of Kentucky they say will help the state’s second-largest city compete for economic development projects.