EDDYVILLE, Ky. (AP) — The most prolific killer in Kentucky's death row is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to allow him to reopen his case and overturn his convictions and death sentence. Prosecutors have until Nov. 10 to respond to a petition fro ...(MORE)
BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (AP) — A southern Kentucky man has pleaded guilty to blackmailing two underage girls to get sexually explicit images of them. A federal judge set sentencing for 34-year-old Jesse Sanford Williams of Todd County for Feb. 4. Willi ...(MORE)
PECOS, Texas (AP) — A Texan has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for stealing Social Security benefits meant for her father whose body was found in a storage unit in Kentucky. Judith Maria Broughton of Terlingua (TER'-ling-guh) must repay $ ...(MORE)
PINE KNOT, Ky. (AP) — A former U.S. soldier based at Fort Knox has been sent to a federal prison to serve an 18-month sentence for taking part in a scheme to divert loaded fuel trucks from an American military outpost in Afghanistan. The federal Bu ...(MORE)
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North Korean detainee reunites with family in Ohio
WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio (AP) - An Ohio man detained for nearly half a year in North Korea has landed back home. A plane carrying Jeffrey Fowle landed Wednesday morning at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, near Dayton, where he had an emotional reunion with his family....
Ebola airport checks expand; nurses get training
WASHINGTON (AP) - The federal government is closing a gap in Ebola screening at airports while states from New York to Texas to California work to get hospitals and nurses ready in case another patient turns up somewhere in the U.S. with the deadly disease. Under the rule going into effect Wednesday, air travelers from the West African nations of Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea must enter the United States through one of five airports doing special screenings and fever checks for Ebola. A ...
AP-GfK Poll: 5 things to know about midterms poll
WASHINGTON (AP) - Someone has to win. Most Americans say they dislike both the Republicans and the Democrats, but a new Associated Press-GfK poll finds more of them now say they would like the GOP to control Congress over the Democrats. That's in part because, on major issues including the economy and protecting the country, Republicans have gained an edge as the more trusted party among likely voters. But one major issue making headlines recently does not appear to be making much differenc...