Gov. Andy Beshear on Thursday reported 628 new COVID-19 cases were confirmed in Kentucky over the previous 24 hours. The new cases increase the state’s COVID-19 victim count to 439,551 (about one case per 10 Kentucky residents).
State Auditor Mike Harmon on Wednesday said laws might have been broken by full-time state employees who claimed jobless benefits during the COVID-19 pandemic last year and who used their official access to the state’s unemployment insurance
A Louisville woman has been jailed after trying to cut her 10-year-old son’s tongue out before killing him. Louisville Metro Police arrested 28-year-old Kaitlyn R. Higgins Tuesday night and charged her with murder (domestic violence) and tampering
Gov. Andy Beshear on Wednesday reported 785 new COVID-19 cases were confirmed in Kentucky over the previous 24 hours. The new cases increase the state’s COVID-19 victim count to 438,927 (about one case per 10 Kentucky residents).
Central Ky. man accused of assaulting U.S. Capitol officer during Jan. 6 riot, becoming fourteenth Kentuckian charged
A Harrodsburg man has become the fourteenth Kentuckian charged in the January 6 riot in Washington, D.C. Stephen C. Randolph has been charged with assaulting, resisting or impeding an officer causing bodily harm, obstruction of law enforcement