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Latest Steve Beshear Items
A tornado that devastated the eastern Kentucky town of West Liberty two years ago also destroyed a state tree nursery.
Beth Moore left her job - and her health insurance - to start her own company in January.
A new office is opening in Pikeville to help startup companies in Appalachia.
The support of the governor, attorney general and leaders of both parties in the state legislature was not enough to pass a bill strengthening sentences for serious heroin dealers and expanding the state's substance abuse treatment programs.
Kentucky lawmakers boosted state funding for schools, revamped the juvenile justice system to lock up fewer kids and legalized a medicinal oil derived from marijuana to ease the suffering of children stricken with seizures.
The clock finally ran out on a proposal to insert state-supported bonding into the financing packaging to renovate Rupp Arena.
Kentucky lawmakers completed work Monday on a bill that would revamp the state's juvenile justice system by steering more young offenders into community-based treatment as an alternative to locking them up in detention centers.
Supporters of a plan to renovate Rupp Arena made a final pitch Monday to win over Kentucky lawmakers who are reluctant to let state government help finance the project.
Gov. Steve Beshear said Friday that he vetoed language in the state budget bill that threatened to scale back an ambitious round of construction projects at community and technical college campuses in Kentucky.