School safety bill will deal with counselors, security — but not guns

By Tom Loftus and Mandy McLaren, Louisville Courier Journal FRANKFORT – The shooting at Marshall County High School that killed two students and injured 18 others a year ago this month was the kind of tragedy that demanded a government response. That response may come during this year’s regular legislative session, which begins Tuesday. The Marshall County shooting was followed…

NKY Chamber: Looking to 2019, advocacy includes workforce, taxes, economic development and more

By Hannah CarverNKyTribune reporter The special legislative session called by Governor Matt Bevin to address the state’s pension issue was on the minds of many Kentuckians recently — including Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce President & CEO Brent Cooper’s. “Right now, we’re concerned about the pension situation and the credit rating for the state. That…