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Breonna Taylor case: Kentucky Attorney General says he’s waiting on ballistics test from FBI crime lab, other key evidence

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WHAS) -For the first time since taking over the case in late May, Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron is shedding light on...

AG, GOP legislative leaders critical of Beshear’s mask order

The attorney general and Republican legislative leadership called the governor's mandatory mask order an "order by edict rather than through collaboration."

Celebrities join rally for Breonna Taylor in Frankfort

Celebrities joined a rally in Frankfort pushing for the conviction of officers involved in the death of Breonna Taylor.

Cameron asks appeals court to review abortion law

Court originally split on its ruling

Kentucky officials want DOJ investigation of meatpackers

Kentucky officials are asking the U.S. Department of Justice to investigate the meatpacking industry after local cattle farmers complained the price they are paid for their animals is continuing to drop at the same time beef prices are skyrocketing.

Attorney general files brief supporting church’s lawsuit against governor

Attorney General Daniel Cameron filed an amicus brief in support of a Bullitt County church's lawsuit against the governor's ban on in-person religious services during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Kentucky AG takes more aggressive stand against virus orders

Kentucky's attorney general has pushed back against some of the governor's coronavirus-related orders.

Gov. Beshear vetoes abortion legislation; Republicans voice disapproval

Kentucky's Democratic governor has vetoed abortion legislation pushed by Republican lawmakers.

AG Daniel Cameron supports lawsuit against City of Louisville

Attorney General Daniel Cameron announced his support for "On Fire Christian center" in Louisville.

Drive-in Easter service expands social distancing, cars 6 feet apart

David's Fork Baptist Church has hosted drive-in services for weeks, but now they added that all cars must be six feet apart.

Kentucky AG calls Beshear’s new action ‘arbitrary’

Republican Attorney General Daniel Cameron is criticizing Democratic Gov. Andy Beshear’s plan to order people into quarantine if they attend in-person religious gatherings.

Coronavirus outbreak leads to abortion debate, opponents call for clinics to close

AG Daniel Cameron on Friday said abortion clinics should close due to an executive order from Governor Beshear calling for elective procedures to end.

2020 Legal Food Frenzy kicks off to help feed people in Kentucky

A statewide competition that challenges Kentucky’s legal community to raise resources for hunger relief kicked off Friday.

Panel advances proposal to limit gubernatorial pardon powers

A bill to limit gubernatorial pardon powers cleared a committee Wednesday. It stems from a flurry of last-minute pardons by former Gov. Matt Bevin.

Financial scams to watch out for in 2020

Find out which financial scams to watch out for this year.

School choice supporters rally for scholarship tax credit

School choice advocates in Kentucky have renewed their push to create scholarship tax credits for private schools.

Leaders urge Kentuckians to join fight against hunger

Governor Andy Beshear signed a proclamation declaring January as Hunger-Free month in Kentucky.

Attorney General to file for President Trump to be on KY ballot

Attorney General Daniel Cameron will be the one to present the paperwork at the filing on Thursday, January 9.

State elected officials sworn into office in Frankfort

State officials, elected in November, were sworn into office Monday in Frankfort.

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Lexington’s mayor recommends using federal money to create police review board

Mayor Linda Gorton recommended spending $50,000 in CARES Act money to pay for a consultant to properly create a police review board. 
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Racist internet trolls interrupt as council gives preliminary approval to rename Lexington park

An Urban County Council discussion Tuesday night, on renaming a Lexington park once used to sell slaves, was interrupted by racist trolls.
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Group behind white power flyers says they’re not hateful, Rabbi disagrees

Over the weekend some people in Central Kentucky received white supremacy flyers at their homes.

Keeneland catalogs 4,272 Yearlings for 2020 September Sale

The prestigious auction will offer online bidding and expanded phone bidding for those buyers participating remotely.