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Former Kentucky Police Chief Faces Theft Charges

Authorities say a former police chief in Morganfield has been arrested as a result of a public corruption investigation.

Longmeyer Pleads Guilty to State Charge in Bribery Case

Former Kentucky Personnel Cabinet Secretary Tim Longmeyer has pleaded guilty to a state felony charge related to a kickback scheme.

Louisville Community Policing Unit formed to bridge gap

Louisville Metro Police are looking to engage with local children by competing with them on the basketball court.

Fort Knox Soldiers Return Home from Afghanistan

The soldiers of the 42nd Clearance Company have returned to Fort Knox after a nine-month deployment to Afghanistan.

McGarvey Participates in White House Roundtdable Discussion

Kentucky state Sen. Morgan McGarvey participated in two roundtable discussions at the White House this week.

New operating hours in effect for Dorena-Hickman Ferry

Transportation officials say a ferry service connecting Kentucky and Missouri has changed its hours of operations for the winter.

Former Kentucky Police Chief Faces Theft Charges

Authorities say a former police chief in Morganfield has been arrested as a result of a public corruption investigation.

Russell Co. Man Arrested on Child Sexual Exploitation Charges

Kentucky State Police with the Electronic Crime Branch say they arrested 21-year-old Stephen M. Stargle on Wednesday on charges related to distribution and possession of matter portraying a sex performance by a minor.

As Tax Season Approaches, Dept. of Revenue Warns Kentuckians of Scams

The Kentucky Department of Revenue wants all Kentuckians to be aware of possible schemes that are designed to steal identities and important personal information.

UPDATE: Stumbo said Democrat’s testimony ‘irrelevant’

House Speaker Greg Stumbo said he did not approve the subpoena of a Democratic lawmaker because he said the legislator's testimony is "absolutely irrelevant" in an investigation of Republican Gov. Matt Bevin.

UPDATE: Boone County Reaches $3.5M Settlement After Shooting

A Kentucky county has agreed to a $3.5 million settlement with the family and passengers of a teenager who was fatally shot by a sheriff's deputy as she tried to drive away from a large party.

UPDATE: Ali Center Theft Suspect Arrested; Ali Artwork Still Missing

Authorities say a man has been arrested in Pennsylvania in a brazen art theft from the Muhammad Ali Center in Kentucky.