Governor Matt Bevin

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On Friday, Kentucky became the first state with federal approval to implement a so-called work requirement for Medicaid recipients. The commonwealth is one of ten states, including Indiana, that have requested approval from the federal government for such a provision.

Owensboro to benefit from new spur

Aug 28, 2016
Steve Burger

Interstate 65 in Kentucky is getting a new addition, one that will benefit Owensboro.  

Using  the riverport in Owensboro as a backdrop,  local, state and federal officials Friday announced that after many years of trying, the city will finally be connected to an interstate,  through the designation of a section of the William Natcher Parkway as a future I-65 spur.  The route will cover the 70 miles from Bowling Green to Owensboro. 

KY-IN governors spar on the border Thursday

Jul 1, 2016

When the public officials of two states appear on the same stage, and that stage is on the border between their states, the verbal jabs can fly. Thursday’s I-69 announcement was no different.  

Officials from Kentucky and Indiana made the announcement about the latest addition to the federal interstate highway system in the week that system turned 60 years old. 

John Gibson

The governors of Indiana and Kentucky have pledged to move forward on an I-69 bridge connecting Evansville and Henderson. 

Indiana Governor Mike Pence and Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin told a gathering at Ellis Park that they’re ready to expedite the bridge project.

Pence announced that the two governors are signing an important agreement, one that will expedite environmental and design studies.

Pence also announced that INDOT will be the lead agency, with Kentucky a full partner.

The group BridgeLink estimates the cost of the project at $850 million.