Five of six Kentucky football players cleared by a grand jury last year on burglary charges have sued a Lexington police officer who directed the investigation of a March 2021 incident at an off-campus private party. Reuben
Two-person parole panel unable to reach consensus on school shooter’s parole. Full parole board to make decision.
A man who killed three students and wounded five more in a school shooting 25 years ago told a parole panel on Tuesday that he is still hearing voices like the ones that told him to steal
Kentucky has seen its first death due to West Nile virus in at least three years, according to Louisville Metro Health and Wellness, with two other positive cases reported in Jefferson County. In 2021, there were three
Attorney General Daniel Cameron filed a brief on Monday with the Kentucky Supreme Court to defend Kentucky’s Human Life Protection Act and Heartbeat Law. Cameron’s filing argues that Kentucky’s General Assembly has the policy-making prerogative to prohibit
A man who broke several of his newborn baby’s bones has been sentenced to prison. Brent Bishop, 32, of Louisville, pled guilty in Jefferson County to second-degree child abuse and was sentenced to five years in prison.