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Fired detention center officer to get job back

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - The city of Lexington will have to give a fired Fayette County Detention Center officer his job back and pay...

Whitley County woman accused of murdering family avoids death penalty trial

Courtney Taylor, who is accused of killing her husband and two daughters, entered an Alford plea in court Wednesday.

Second suspect sentenced in 2010 Scott Co. murder

A woman who didn't expect to be behind bars, now is. She is the second of two people involved in a 2010 Scott County murder to serve time.

Man enters Alford plea in double slaying

The plea means Kevin Dye doesn't admit guilt in the 2016 murders, but acknowledges the prosecution has enough evidence for a conviction.

Man accused in horse abandonment case relinquishes rights to horses

Mercer County Court says that Charles "Chuck" Borell has relinquished all rights to the 42 horses he was accused of abandoning.

Man sentenced to 15 years after life sentence overturned

A man whose murder conviction and life sentence had been overturned has been sentenced to 15 years in prison in the 2010 death of his wife.

Alford plea for Frankfort man accused of human trafficking

A circuit court has sentenced a Frankfort man to 10 years, following an Alford Plea for human trafficking.

Southworth enters Alford plea to manslaughter charge

A man who was once convicted of killing his wife has now entered a guilty plea in the case.

Former official gets probation on zoning charges after plea

A judge has sentenced former McCracken County Judge-Executive Van Newberry to two years of unsupervised probation and ordered him to pay $13,830.91 in restitution.

Lexington Officer Enters Alford Plea to Harassment Charge

A Lexington officer enters an Alford plea to a harassment charge.

UPDATE: Husband Takes Plea Deal In Wife’s Murder

An Anderson County man accused of killing his wife accepted a plea deal which included a lesser charge and 20-years in prison, according to the courts.

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