A Kentucky man who pleaded guilty to threatening to shoot someone at a high school has been sentenced. Dylan Jarrell was sentenced on Wednesday to 10 years in prison followed by five years of supervised released, WKYT-TV reported citing
Judge Grants Temporary Restraining Order Against Governor’s Executive Orders; Beshear to appeal decision
Attorney General Daniel Cameron announced Thursday that a Scott County Circuit Judge ordered Governor Andy Beshear to stop issuing executive orders related to COVID-19 unless it specifically meets specific criteria for an emergency. In a release from
In his first in-person briefing this week, Governor Andy Beshear announced on Thursday that there were 333 newly confirmed cases of coronavirus over the previous 24 hours. The new cases surge the commonwealth’s overall number to 18,245.
Beshear mandates face masks beginning Friday at 5pm; Kentucky becomes 23rd state to have similar order
In his daily press briefing on Thursday, Kentucky’s governor announced a new executive order pertaining to face masks in public. Andy Beshear said that beginning on Friday at 5 pm, citizens of the commonwealth will be required
Two separate lawsuits naming Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear have been filed that seek rulings over orders made in the state during the coronavirus pandemic. One lawsuit was filed in state court Tuesday in an effort to force