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Cameron asks appeals court to review abortion law

Court originally split on its ruling

Appeals court orders resentencing for Paul attacker

A federal appeals court has vacated the 30-day prison sentence given to the man who tackled U.S. Sen. Rand Paul outside his Kentucky home in 2017.

Court stays order striking down medical review panel law

The Kentucky Court of Appeals has stayed a lower court's ruling striking down a state law requiring a panel of doctors to review medical malpractice cases before going to trial.

Court: Gay couple’s suit against Kentucky clerk can proceed

A federal appeals court says a gay couple's lawsuit seeking damages from a Kentucky county clerk who refused to issue them a marriage license can proceed.

Appeals court upholds local ‘right-to-work’ laws in Kentucky

A federal appeals court says two Kentucky counties can pass a law prohibiting companies from requiring its workers to join a labor union.

Former Kentucky Court of Appeals judge dies in Florida

Judge Charles Bruce Lester, former chief judge of the Kentucky Court of Appeals and member of the Legislative Ethics Commission, has died. He was 84.

Appeals court upholds ruling striking down Ky. election law

Another federal court has ruled that a Kentucky law that banned electioneering close to polling places violates free-speech rights.

Appeals court confirms conviction of ex-sheriff

A federal appeals court has confirmed the conviction of former Barren County Sheriff Chris Eaton on two counts of witness tampering.

Court: Kentucky libraries can raise taxes without voter OK

The Kentucky Court of Appeals has ruled that Kentucky libraries can raise taxes by 4 percent each year without asking taxpayers for permission.

Kentuckians react to Supreme Court gay-marriage decision

Reaction came quickly from Kentuckians to the U.S. Supreme Court's decision Friday to take up the state's gay marriage case.

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Lexington protests peaceful, no sign of police

Our justice system failed us again. And that’s why we’re out here speaking our voices," David Miranda, a protester said.

Governor reacts to Louisville police protest shooting, tells protesters to go home

Governor Andy Beshear posted a video message Wednesday night on Twitter after two Louisville police officers were shot during protests the night a grand jury announced its findings in the Breonna Taylor criminal case.

UPDATE: missing Laurel County brothers found safe

14-year old Christian and 16-year old Chantz Collins have been gone since Tuesday.