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Grimes invites Secretary-Elect to recanvass Thursday

Secretary Grimes says she wants Adams to be familiar with the recanvassing process before taking office.

Man pleads guilty to trying to arrange sex with minors

The Cyber Crimes Unit says Gillette sought sexual activity with children under the age of eight.

Libertarians celebrate “delicious tears” from Bevin supporters

The Libertarian Party of Kentucky says it is celebrating "delicious tears from Bevin supporters after Tuesday's general election ended with a victory from Democrat Andy Beshear, a victory Governor Matt Bevin disputes.

Attorney General Andy Beshear continues bus tour

On Sunday, Attorney General Andy Beshear is on the fifth day of his bus tour.

Gubernatorial debate: Gov. Matt Bevin vs. AG Andy Beshear

Tuesday night supporters lined the street on UK's campus ahead of the gubernatorial debate.

Kentucky judge removed from teacher ‘sickout’ case

Governor Matt Bevin's legal team sought Judge Shepherd's removal from the case because the judge "liked" a Facebook post showing a photo of a Democratic lawmaker with a Beshear campaign volunteer.

Judge refuses to step aside from teacher ‘sickout’ case

Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin's legal team has failed to persuade a judge to step aside from hearing a lawsuit stemming from protests that shut down some schools.

Kentucky Supreme Court rules governor can re-organize state boards

The Kentucky Supreme Court on Thursday unanimously upheld Governor Matt Bevin's reorganization of state boards and committees that oversee public education.

Health records company to pay state thousands over data breach

Andy Beshear says a reported 2015 data breach that compromised the data of 69,000 Kentuckians will result in the Commonwealth receiving thousands of dollars from an electronic health records company.

Rivals for Kentucky governor both have work to do

Barely half of Republicans casting votes Tuesday chose to support Governor Matt Bevin's reelection effort; Attorney General Andy Beshear drew even less of a percentage of his party faithful.

Fight surfaces over which court should hear subpoena case

A legal fight in Kentucky over subpoenas sent to school districts as part of an investigation into teacher sickouts has expanded to include which court should hear the case.

Kentucky attorney general sues to block teacher subpoenas

Attorney General Andy Beshear filed a lawsuit Monday to try to block teacher subpoenas.

AG: Kentucky teacher sickout subpoenas are illegal

Democratic Attorney General Andy Beshear said Tuesday he's giving Bevin's administration and the Labor Cabinet 10 days to rescind the subpoenas that were recently sent to several school districts.

Court hears arguments in case pitting Bevin against Beshear

The fight is over Governor. Matt Bevin's executive action overhauling several state boards that oversee public education.

ACLU and top Kentucky lawyer differ on tackling abortion law

The disagreement stems from a legal brief filed by Attorney General Andy Beshear supporting EMW Women's Surgical Center in Louisville.

AG: Regulation restricting access to Ky. Capitol is invalid

The regulation was imposed by Republican Gov. Matt Bevin's administration a few days before state lawmakers convened for this year's session.

Kentucky AG Andy Beshear: Tax return time is peak season for scammers

As Kentuckians begin electronically filing their state and federal income taxes, Attorney General Andy Beshear is asking them to be prepared for an increase in scams calls.

Richmond man indicted on nearly 30 counts of sex crimes

A 26-year-old Richmond man has been indicted by a Madison County grand jury on nearly 30 counts of alleged sex crimes.

Beshear: Ky streamlines response to human trafficking reports

In honor of National Human Trafficking Awareness Month, Attorney General Andy Beshear is recognizing law enforcement efforts that have improved the state’s ability to combat human trafficking.

AG celebrates pension victory, Gov. observes “sad day” in Kentucky

Less than a month before it would've gone into effect, the Kentucky Supreme Court has struck down the controversial pension reform law teachers and other public employees protested last spring.

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FCPS not raising property tax rates

For the third time in five years Fayette County Public Schools is not raising property tax rates.

Fourth time in 3 days old water park set on fire in Perry County

It happened at Fugate's Water Park off Highway 15, right outside Hazard.

Caravan protest outside Sen. Mitch McConnell’s Lexington office

It was part of a national effort led by Poor People's Campaign with protests at every Kentucky office and a protest in Washington D.C.

“False Positives” spray painted on the side of a Walgreens’ COVID testing site

A coronavirus testing site in Lexington has been hit with graffiti.