|Convicted Lexington Cop Killer Denied Parole
The man convicted in the hit-and-run death of Lexington Police Officer Bryan Durman in 2010 was denied parole on Tuesday.
|State Supreme Court Reaffirms Decision To Uphold Lexington Cop Killer's Conviction
The Kentucky Supreme Court reaffirmed its decision to uphold the conviction of Lexington cop killer Glenn Doneghy.
|Lexington Man Sentenced To 35 Years For Manslaughter
Sidney Lane Williams, Junior, 38, of Lexington, was sentenced Friday to 35-years in prison for killing former co-worker Victor Martin, in 2010.
|Man Accused Of Poisoning His Wife's Coffee Pleads Guilty To Lesser Charge
A Madison County man accused of putting poison in his wife's coffee pleaded guilty Thursday to attempted manslaughter, according to a report in the Lexington Herald-Leader. Video
|Jury Recommends 35 Years For Man Convicted In 2010 Slaying
A jury in Lexington recommended 35-years in prison for Sidney Lane Williams, Jr., who shot and killed Victor Martin, 39, put his body in a bag, dumped it in a driveway and set it on fire.
|Man Found Guilty In Manslaughter Case
A jury in Laurel County found Christopher Caudill, 32, guilty of second degree manslaughter in the death of Willie Smith.
|Man Accused Of Manslaughter After Deadly Crash
Charges against a driver have been upgraded, after his passenger's death. Video