The Kentucky Retirement Systems Board of Trustees voted to approve CERS contribution rates for nonhazardous and hazardous employees.
Two election-related bills advanced out of the Senate Committee on State and Local Government today.
A bill that would move the governor’s race to even-numbered years passed out of the state Senate, making it the first measure to clear the chamber this session.
In the first week of the Kentucky's 2019 General Assembly, four bills are already on their way to the Kentucky House after receiving final passage in the Senate.
A public pension working group has been created to review the structure of KRS along with the cost, benefits and funding.
Thousands of federal employees working in Kentucky have been affected by the federal shutdown, which is now the longest in U.S. history.
The Kentucky Public Pensions Working Group met for the first time yesterday.
From 2010-2017, population grew in 55 Kentucky counties, but growth rates varied significantly across the state.