The Chicago aviation police officer who pulled a man off a United Airlines flight describes the man as physically and verbally combative during the incident.
Kentucky State Police say an arrest has been made after an investigation into a fatal collision in Adair County back in March.
Attorneys general from 20 states, including Kentucky, and the District of Columbia are faulting Education Secretary Betsy DeVos for rolling back Obama-era guidance they say is helping protect student loan borrowers.
Kentucky State Police say two men are behind bars after drugs and a fake social security card were found during a traffic stop Monday morning.
Kentucky State Police are asking for help from the public in finding an inmate that escaped the Webster County Detention Center on Monday.
A doctor has been sentenced to one year and one day in prison after pleading guilty to improperly prescribing powerful painkillers in Kentucky, which has been hit by the opioid crisis.
Louisville's Clifton Cultural Center will close at the end of 2017, with the future of the organization and space both unclear.
Kentucky's Republican governor wants to overhaul the state's troubled child-welfare system, inspired by his own family's failed attempt to adopt a young girl.
People interested in astronomy and the total solar eclipse coming up this summer can learn more at an event this week at Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area.
Jockey Robby Albarado will miss the Kentucky Derby after breaking his left ankle in a riding accident at Keeneland.
A former northern Kentucky district court judge has been charged with human trafficking and unlawful transaction with a minor.
Two Louisville brothers are again facing charges in the shooting last year of a postal carrier.
A former Campbell County District Judge has been charged with human trafficking, according to the Attorney General's Office.
United Airlines and Chicago airport officials missed a deadline for answering questions from by key U.S. senators about the dragging incident involving a doctor from Elizabethtown, Kentucky, aboard a United Express plane.
Western Kentucky University's Student Government Association has passed a resolution calling for free tuition for black students as reparations for slavery.
Kentucky officials say the state's unemployment rate stayed at 5 percent in March, which was unchanged from the prior month.
Kentucky State Police with the Electronic Crime Branch say they arrested 59-year-old Mark Nelson on Thursday at about 3:45 p.m. on charges related to the distribution and possession of matter portraying a sex performance by a minor.
The Kentucky Democratic Party has hired a former team leader of Bernie Sanders presidential campaign as its new executive director.
Police say boxer Adrien Broner was stopped in a bullet-riddled car then arrested on an outstanding warrant in Kentucky.
Kentucky officials have agreed to lease 315 miles of fiber-optic cables from five rural telephone companies as they continue to seek ways to lower the cost of a massive statewide broadband project.
Kentucky's attorney general is urging people to pay attention to more than the horses as the Kentucky Derby approaches.
Attorneys say federal prosecutors aren't seeking charges against three former University of Louisville executives who were being investigated for possible misuse of federal funds.
Kentucky State Police are teaming up with the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) to encourage Kentuckians to remove potentially dangerous medicines from their homes and dispose of them safely as part of National Prescription Drug Take Back Day on April 29, 2017.
Kentucky received over $93 million dollars in tobacco settlement money this week, according to Attorney General Andy Beshear.
Officials are seeking qualified candidates to serve on boards that oversee colleges in the Kentucky Community and Technical College System.
A Bowling Green man has pleaded guilty to robbing three businesses in less than two months.
James Long, a jockey who won more than 300 races in his career, has died in a car accident. He was 62.
Louisville Gas and Electric Co. and Kentucky Utilities have agreed to reduce their rate increase proposal, a move that Kentucky Attorney General Andy Beshear's office said will save ratepayers $90 million annually.
The federal government says it will provide states nearly half a billion dollars for prevention and treatment programs aimed at confronting the opioid epidemic.
Kentucky State Police say they located a woman who was under arrest, but ran from the Baptist Health hospital in Madisonville while being treated.
Kentucky officials say they will release 570 paroled inmates faster in an effort to ease overcrowding at state and local correction facilities.
Republican House Speaker Jeff Hoover has appointed a task force of lawmakers to study how to improve Kentucky's adoption and foster care system.
A former police officer accused of sexual abuse has been fired from an unrelated job in a Louisville suburb.
As part of the 52 Weeks of Public Health campaign, the Kentucky Department for Public Health (DPH) is calling on homeowners to help control mosquitoes by eliminating standing water from containers that can collect rainwater where insects breed.
Visitors will be able to watch Kroger floral designers create the 113th Kentucky Derby "Garland of Roses" on Friday, May 5th at the Kroger store on 12501 Shelbyville Road, in Louisville.
A man was arrested in Caldwell County after troopers say they found 75 pounds of marijuana in his vehicle during a traffic stop.
The Kentucky Arts Council says poet, author and teacher Frederick Smock has been named as Kentucky Poet Laureate for 2017-2018.
More than 30,000 people are expected to visit Paducah this month for the Spring Paducah Quilt Week event.
Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders urged Democrats at an event in Louisville to reach out to President Donald Trump's supporters to promote a progressive agenda that includes guaranteed health care for all Americans.
United Airlines executives say it's too soon to know if last week's dragging of a Kentucky doctor off a plane is hurting ticket sales. The chief executive says no one will be fired over the incident.
A Louisville manufacturer and its former president have pleaded guilty to federal charges related to medical beds that prosecutors say were defective and were supplied to a Veterans Affairs facility in Carrollton, Georgia.
Scam Alert warning Kentuckians of reports of suspicious calls being made to utility customers in southeastern Kentucky.
Former presidential candidate Bernie Sanders will headline a Louisville event aimed at helping re-energize Kentucky's downtrodden Democratic Party.
Officials have released bacteria-infected mosquitoes near Key West, testing a new way to kill the insects that carry Zika and other viruses.
The Coast Guard says a tow boat has sunk in the Mississippi River.
Two former Louisville Metro Police Department officers have pleaded not guilty to sex abuse charges.
State officials have updated Kentucky's government transparency website to include spending details of the judicial branch.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) is inviting farmers and other people who have answered a NASS survey to participate in a social media chat Friday at 1:00 p.m. EDT at #StatChat on Twitter.
The only Democrat in Kentucky's congressional delegation has announced that he'll run for re-election next year.
Police have arrested two women in connection with an Easter shooting at a Louisville apartment complex that left one woman dead and another critically injured.
The Kentucky Race Track Chaplaincy has instated a new bilingual chaplain team to serve Spanish-speaking workers.
Police in Glasgow have identified the body of a Kentucky woman found on the roof of the Allstate building in a downtown square.
A Cadiz Police Officer was hit by a car while directing traffic in front of Trigg County High School as students were dismissed Monday afternoon, according to State Police.
Another man accused of assaulting protesters at a Donald Trump campaign rally in Louisville has counter-sued the president, saying he was following Trump's urging to remove them.
A couple has reached a $5,000 settlement with the city of Bowling Green after police erroneously served a search warrant on their home.
Records show an officer who was fired over sex abuse charges involving a former Explorer Scout had been reprimanded earlier during his career with Louisville Metro Police.
Kentucky-based entities Kentucky Downs and EquiLottery have entered into an agreement that will allow the use of races from the Franklin, Kentucky racetrack as the basis for EquiLottery, a new lottery game based on the results of live horse racing. This marks the first such agreement between a Kentucky racetrack and EquiLottery.
Kentucky State Police say a Taylorsville woman has been charged with murder after a shooting in Spencer County on Sunday that killed a man.
A Madison County mother who lost her son to a heroin overdose spoke to 500 students at Shelden Clark High School in Inez.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) – Dr. Donna Hargens is stepping down from her role as the Jefferson County Public Schools Superintendent. Media outlets report that on Thursday evening, the Jefferson County Board of Education struck an agreement with Hargens that calls for her to leave her post July 1. Hargens will continue to receive her $276,000 […]
A Kentucky woman has been charged with manslaughter in connection to the death of a baby.
The Bardstown City Council has voted to fire the city's mayor.
The state veterinarian in Kentucky has lifted avian influenza surveillance zones surrounding two Christian County farms following negative test results from the poultry operations.
A lawyer for a man who suffered a concussion and lost two teeth when he was dragged off a United Express flight hopes the 69-year-old becomes "a poster child" for the mistreatment passengers suffer at the hands of the airline industry.
A Louisville police officer has been fired after he and another officer were indicted on sexual abuse charges related to a scandal in the department's Youth Explorer program.
State Police arrested a former Crittenden-Livingston County Water District employee on theft charges related to customer payments.
State Police say a traffic stop led to the arrest of a Clay man on multiple narcotic charges.
The Administrative Office of the Courts says it is being investigated for possible irregularities with its employee-only auctions of surplus vehicles.
A Chicago alderman says city-employed airport security officers "should not be doing the dirty work for the friendly skies airline."
Kentucky agriculture officials say they're burning a fraction of the hemp crop being grown in the state for commercial purposes because it contains a higher level of a psychoactive compound than is legally allowed.
Police have charged a Kentucky woman with murder in the death of her infant son.
A man charged with killing two Fort Campbell soldiers has pleaded not guilty.
Volunteer organizations will help with storm debris cleanup in western Kentucky.
United says passengers on United Express Flight 3411 are getting compensation equal to the cost of their tickets.
A Jefferson County grand jury has indicted a Louisville police officer and a former officer in an investigation of the department's Youth Explorer program.
Police in New York have put decals referencing Marvel's Punisher character on their vehicles, drawing complaints from some residents.
United says passengers on United Express Flight 3411 are getting compensation equal to the cost of their tickets.
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders is predicting that President Donald Trump will be a one-term president.
Emancipation Day will delay the tax filing deadline for Americans again this year. Tax Day 2017 is Tuesday, April 18.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) – Grammy and Emmy award-winning entertainer Harry Connick Jr. will sing the national anthem at the Kentucky Derby next month. The jazzman, actor and former “American Idol” judge will perform the anthem in the Derby Winner’s Circle at Churchill Downs on May 6. His performance before more than 160,000 fans will be […]
Republican Gov. Matt Bevin has vetoed bills that would have created a board to regulate the recreational therapy industry and scheduled how to pay for a veterans' nursing home in Bowling Green.
A scholarship program that would have provided free community college for all new high school graduates in Kentucky has been trimmed back to pay for only specialized work certificate programs.
Leaders of a key Senate committee have asked United Airlines and Chicago airport authorities to explain what led to Sunday night's forced removal of a man from a United Express flight.
A judge has unsealed a lawsuit alleging two Louisville Metro Police officers sexually abused a former member of the department's Youth Explorer program when he was a teen.
The man dragged from a full United Airlines flight is a Kentucky physician who was convicted more than a decade ago of felony charges involving his prescribing of drugs.
Authorities say 8 female inmates were taken to the hospital after overdosing on heroin at a Kentucky jail.
Norton Healthcare and the University of Louisville say they have partnered to form the Norton Children's Cancer Institute.
Kentucky agriculture officials say community organizations are being invited to apply to host Kentucky Proud dinners that showcase local food products.
Several minutes after a passenger recorded a video watched around the world that showed security officers dragging another passenger off an overbooked United Express flight at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport, a smaller snippet of video showed an even more troubling scene.
A state worker has sued the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet, alleging sex discrimination and claiming that someone defecated in her office and urinated on her chair.
State officials say Kentucky is likely to have a small budget shortfall when the fiscal year ends June 30.
A judge has signed an order to keep Kentucky's last abortion clinic open until a lawsuit aimed at preventing its closure is resolved.
A Presbyterian congregation is facing excommunication and has been asked to vacate its church after a divergence with the national church on same-sex marriage.
The CEO of United Airlines' parent company says the airline is conducting its own investigation after police dragged a passenger from an overbooked United plane after he refused to give up his seat.
A longtime prosecutor in western Kentucky has been appointed by Gov. Matt Bevin to serve as a circuit judge in a four-county circuit.
Police are investigating a house fire that left an 80-year-old woman dead.
The University of Louisville College of Business plans to host its first Women in Leadership forum.
The University of Louisville is setting up a scholarship fund to honor a student who was fatally shot at a concert.
Police in northern Kentucky say slick road conditions following heavy rains may have led to a crash that killed a teenager and his grandmother.
Critics are pointing to the differences between the facilities the University of Cincinnati basketball teams will play in next season.
DAVIESS COUNTY, Ky. (WTVQ)- State police are investigating after an inmate was found dead while in custody at the Daviess County Detention Center. KSP says 39-year-old James Lester from Owensboro died on arrival at the hospital there, just hours after he landed in the detention center. Lester was taken to jail Sunday for a public intoxication arrest. […]
An education survey aimed at assessing working conditions has gotten an overwhelming response in Kentucky.
On Friday, U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell made remarks on the Senate floor regarding President Donald Trump's decision to take military action in Syria.
The town of Radcliff is exploring a new public-private partnership to expedite building a long-stalled regional VA Medical Center for potentially 80 percent less than the estimated cost.
Police in Florence say a man has been charged with domestic violence after reportedly making up a robbery story to explain injuries his wife received.
Gov. Matt Bevin's administration has dropped its efforts to shut down Kentucky's last abortion clinic pending the outcome of a federal lawsuit aimed at preventing its closure.
KFC says it plans to stop serving chicken given antibiotics important to human health.
A retired western Kentucky jailer has pleaded guilty in a kickback scheme stemming from a $3.3 million jail expansion.
A Florence couple has been charged with reporting a robbery that police say never happened.
The Federal EPA is honoring a Lexington-based company and an association in Frankfort for a commitment to saving energy, money and protecting the environment
The Kentucky Coal Museum is installing solar panels on its roof, part of a project aimed at lowering the energy costs of one of the city's largest electric customers.
Community organizations are invited to apply to host Kentucky Proud dinners now through the fall of 2017.
Parents say that new administration at the Kentucky School of the Blind has transformed the state institution for the better.
The Kentucky Supreme Court will hear arguments this month over whether a jail can sue a county for costs associated with housing inmates.
Kentucky Attorney General Andy Beshear's office says training sessions planned this month will focus on the backlog of sexual assault forensic evidence kits.
Kentucky has been pounded by hail as strong winds accompany a storm across the state.
A man known as the Godfather of Grass has been deported from Canada and will be held in a Vermont prison pending his return to Kentucky to face federal marijuana charges.
A grand jury in Louisville has indicted a man on murder and other charges in the death of a police officer during a vehicle chase last week.
A Kentucky man has drowned after trying to rescue his daughter in the Gulf of Mexico off the coast of Alabama.
A lawyer for two whistleblowers says a judge has ruled that a Kentucky attorney should pay about $31 million in damages and penalties as part of the fallout from a scheme to defraud the government of nearly $600 million in federal disability payments.
Official say a Kentucky man vacationing in the Florida Panhandle was injured when he and his mother crashed their personal watercrafts into each other.
The Food and Drug Administration has suspended a Kentucky facility after it was linked to an E. coli outbreak involving a peanut better substitute.
Prosecutors are appealing the reversal of a Kentucky doctor's health care fraud conviction.
A federal judge has rejected President Donald Trump's free speech defense against a lawsuit accusing him of inciting violence against protesters during his campaign.
Churchill Downs is unveiling its $16 million dollar renovation.
Thousands came to bid a final farewell to a fallen Louisville police officer on Tuesday.
An Evansville, Indiana, construction company has been replaced as the general contractor for the International Bluegrass Music Center in Owensboro.
Kentucky Sen. Mitch McConnell has named a new chief of staff in his Senate office.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says he has the votes to bust a planned Democratic filibuster of President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee as a showdown nears that could change the Senate, and the court, for generations.
A customer at a Louisville restaurant has been arrested after authorities say he stabbed the manager during an argument over a bill.
Kentucky State Police say a former teacher at Carlisle County Middle/High School has been arrested, accused of carrying on a months-long relationship with a 17-year-old minor.
A western Pennsylvania jury has convicted a man of first-degree murder in the rape and slaying of his ex-girlfriend last year.
A Kentucky sheriff has resigned after pleading guilty to charges stemming from the theft of painkillers from a terminally ill cancer patient.
The FBI has launched a criminal investigation of allegations that Louisville Metro Police officers sexually abused a member of the department's Youth Explorer program.
More than seven in 10 people in one of the nation's largest tobacco-producing states support a statewide smoking ban for most public places.
The FBI is investigating contractors who have worked with the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet.
DESTIN, Fla. (AP) – Authorities say a teenager from Kentucky was bitten by shark in the waters off Florida’s Panhandle. The Northwest Florida Daily News reports the 17-year-old girl was bitten Sunday afternoon. Authorities said the girl from Louisville, Kentucky, was visiting Destin with her high school softball team. Sgt. Jason Fulghum of the Okaloosa […]
The landmark Rabbit Hash General Store is now open once again.
A federal judge has halted the impending shutdown of the only clinic in Kentucky that performs abortions.
The details for visitation, memorial and funeral arrangements for Officer Nick Rodman, of Louisville, have been released.
With Fayette County and several other school districts observing spring break next week, the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) alerts motorists of closures on I-85 near the Piedmont Road roadway in Atlanta, Georgia.
A federal judge has halted the impending shutdown of the only clinic in Kentucky that performs abortions.
Kentucky lawmakers have wrapped up the 2017 legislative session, with Republican Gov. Matt Bevin declaring it "the most successful legislative session in history."
Kentucky State Police with the Electronic Crime Branch say they have arrested 66-year-old Joe S. Fyffe on charges related to distribution of matter portraying a sex performance by a minor.
The company that makes Airheads, Mentos and other candies is expanding its factory in northern Kentucky.
A Kentucky man who told police he was "moved by the message" before stabbing his father at a church service has been sentenced to 10 years in prison.
Republican lawmakers failed to strip some powers from Kentucky's Democratic attorney general on the final day of the legislative session.
FRANKFORT, Ky. (WTVQ)- It was a busy day at the capitol as lawmakers worked well into the evening voting on dozens of bills during the last hours of the 2017 session.
Kentucky lawmakers have completed quick work on a bill sought by the Senate's top leader to reduce the coal industry's costs to cover claims by workers suffering from black lung disease.
State lawmakers have agreed to let Gov. Matt Bevin borrow up to $15 million to convince a company to bring up to 500 full-time jobs to struggling eastern Kentucky.
The state Senate has approved a bill that would let the governor, not the attorney general, be the voice of the state when filing amicus briefs before the U.S. Supreme Court.
For the second time in two days, a wild turkey has flown into a motor vehicle's windshield in Indiana.
Kentuckians would be limited to a three-day supply of powerful prescription painkillers in most cases under a bill that has cleared the state Senate on the final day of the legislative session.
Defying President Donald Trump on the Republican Party's promise to repeal and replace Obamacare sounds like political suicide, especially in the congressional districts Trump won handily.
Kentucky State Police say a man is behind bars, accused of firing a fun at a Department of Community Based Services Worker.
Jurors have found that a 50-year-old Kentucky man could be committed under Illinois law because he's likely to sexually assault someone again in the future.
Authorities in Kentucky say that two people killed by officers after allegedly stabbing an elderly widower to death were already on the run from the law for stealing a gun and a truck in another county.
Kentucky State Police say a man has been arrested after receiving a report on Wednesday of physical abuse to a 4-year-old child.
The Kentucky Senate's top leader has presented a last-minute plan to reduce the beleaguered coal industry's costs to cover claims by workers suffering from black lung disease.
Ohio authorities say a serial killer who admitted killing three dozen hospital patients in Ohio and Kentucky during the 1970s and '80s has died after being attacked in his cell.
A report from the Ledger Independent says that human remains found at the Lewis/Carter County line have been identified as 28-year-old Justin Johnson, who had been missing since March 23.
Kentucky's Republican lawmakers are threatening to restrict the powers of its Democratic Attorney General on the last day of the legislative session.
The Kentucky Parks Department says state park campgrounds will be open Friday, and some promotional offers are being extended.
A bill that would require the state Board of Education to develop guidelines for Bible literacy courses is on its way to Republican Gov. Matt Bevin's desk.
The Kentucky Senate has given final approval to a bill dealing with student athlete safety.
A bill that would allow judges to order people with mental illnesses into outpatient treatment will become law despite a veto by Republican Gov. Matt Bevin.
Kentucky's only remaining clinic that performs abortions is challenging a state order that would shut it down.
The parents of a Kentucky teenager sue a company claiming it sold a defective sword that injured their child.
Officials say a Louisville police officer has died from injuries he sustained in a crash during a high-speed chase.
Kentucky lawmakers have wrapped up work on an education bill that would gradually repeal Common Core standards and give school districts more control in how to turn around low-performing schools.
Kentucky lawmakers have given final passage to a bill aimed at helping people overcome their criminal pasts to get occupational licenses they might need to start new careers.
House lawmakers have voted overwhelmingly to override Republican Gov. Matt Bevin's vetoes of two bills regulating drones and deciding who gets to spend up to $100 million from a legal settlement with Volkswagen.
Kentucky lawmakers have stacks of bills to consider as they start a two-day wrapup session that will put the finishing touches on an agenda dominated by Republicans.
Referee John Higgins of Omaha has contacted law enforcement to report he's received death threats after Kentucky's loss to North Carolina in the NCAA South Regional final.
On Wednesday, Attorney General Andy Beshear and the Kentucky Council of Churches announced a statewide partnership to prevent child abuse and scams targeting seniors.
A bill to help police and Kentuckians who are deaf or hard of hearing communicate more effectively is now law.
A new exhibit on Man o' War is opening across the street from the New York racetrack where the thoroughbred racing legend suffered his only defeat.
A crash during a pursuit has left a Louisville officer in serious condition.
A dramatic video of a shoplifting suspect hitting a loss prevention officer while driving away from the Erlanger Home Depot is gaining nationwide attention.
Police say two people were killed in a shooting involving two officers in a Louisville suburb.
Family members and volunteers are scheduled to search a creek in Lewis County on Wednesday for a Vanceburg man whose been missing since March 23, 2017.
Republican Gov. Matt Bevin has vetoed three bills and a portion of a fourth bill passed by the new GOP-controlled legislature.
Louisville's waste management district is suing over a new state law that changes how garbage and recycling are regulated across the city and Jefferson County.
Kentucky's Republican governor apparently prefers rattlesnakes to copperheads.
Authorities say a Boyd County High School teacher is accused of having an inappropriate relationship with a female student.
The Children's Law Center has named a new executive director of the nonprofit organization.
The case of a missing Vanceburg man is now being called "criminal" and has been turned over the Lewis County sheriff, according to Lewis County Emergency Management.
The 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that a woman exonerated of a murder after serving eight years in prison can continue with a lawsuit that accuses a Kentucky State Police detective of malicious prosecution.
Officials say some public buildings in southwestern Kentucky have been blocked off after suspicious packages were found at a county courthouse and two justice centers that house courtrooms and judicial offices.
Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area is planning a prescribed burn in the Franklin Creek area this week, weather permitting.
An electric utility in Owensboro will stop burning coal at its only power plant, which dates back to the 1960s.
Kentucky State Police are investigating after a man reported that he had been assaulted by three strangers early Saturday morning.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) – A Louisville police officer has been convicted of a misconduct charge and fined $250 after an altercation with a motorist who crashed into the off-duty officer’s personal vehicle. Media outlets report a jury opted to fine Louisville Metro Police officer Zechariah Aubrey instead of imposing a jail sentence after finding him […]
COLUMBIA, Ky. (WTVQ) – A person is killed in an early morning collision in Adair County. According to Kentucky State Police, the crash happened just before 2 a.m. on Sunday morning at Ky 55 and Ky 551. They say a truck heading north struck a guardrail, and then that vehicle caught fire. Authorities report that […]
VANCEBURG, Ky. (WTVQ)- Search teams, including units from the Kentucky Search Dog Association, continue looking for a missing Vanceburg man. According to the Lewis County Sheriff, Justin Johnson, 28, was last seen around 8:00 Thursday night at his home on Town Branch. His office was contacted Friday by concerned family members when Johnson did not return […]
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WTVQ)- Louisville’s Mayer has announced he plans to seek a third term in 2018. Democrat Greg Fischer says his administration has accomplished “Great things” for Louisville, but there’s more to be done. Fischer is a 59-year-old businessman who was first elected mayor in 2010. He has promoted the roughly $9 billion in construction projects […]
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky is offering little hope that a failed Republican health-care bill can be revived anytime soon.
A Bullitt County woman has pleaded guilty to manslaughter in the death of her newborn daughter in a department store bathroom.
Kentucky State Police say they've developed new leads in the past week in the death of a deputy on September 9, 1984, and are asking for help from the public in investigating them.
A Navy SEAL has been sentenced to 89 days confinement for assaulting a female sailor he used to date.