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Ex-drug company execs face reckoning in opioid bribery case

Monday, seven people who worked for Insys Therapeutics will appear in Boston federal court.

Trump impeachment case enters historic next phase in House Judiciary Committee: Live updates

The investigation into President Donald Trump enters a historic next phase on Wednesday.

Jail deputies charged with promoting contraband in Kentucky

Kentucky State Police say two deputy jailers have been charged with promoting contraband and bribery.

Former lobbyist in Kentucky gets nearly 3 years for bribery

A former Democratic lobbyist convicted of bribing a top official in Attorney General Andy Beshear's office will spend more than two-and-a-half years in prison.

Former Alabama mayor critical, family called to prison in Lexington

An attorney for 72-year-old Larry Langford says her client is in failing health.

Woman accused of trying to sneak meth and tobacco into jail

A woman is accused of trying to bribe a jail employee to take clothes into the jail that had meth and tobacco in them.

Lobbyist convicted of Kentucky deputy attorney general bribe

Lobbyist James Sullivan convicted of bribing deputy attorney general in 2016 but acquitted of other charges.

Lobbyist says payments to state official were friendly loans

A veteran lobbyist says his multiple cash payments to a high-ranking state official were loans between friends and not bribes meant to maintain a lucrative state contract for his corporate client.

Ex-university board chair could have rape, charges dismissed

Prosecutors filed a motion Monday in Daviess Circuit Court to dismiss the indictment against Billy Joe Miles, an ex-university board chair accused of rape.

Democratic consultant indicted on bribery charges

A Democratic political consultant has been indicted by a federal grand jury and accused of bribing a state official.

Judge rules former university board chairman OK for trial

A judge has ruled that former University of Kentucky board chairman Billy Joe Miles of Owensboro is competent to stand trial on rape and sodomy charges.

Political consultant sentenced to 5 years in Longmeyer case

A Louisville political consultant who pleaded guilty to bribery in connection with a case against former Personnel Secretary Tim Longmeyer has been sentenced to five years in prison.

Some Question Whether Sheriff Should Investigate Rape Case

Experts and law enforcement disagree on whether a western Kentucky sheriff should recuse his office from investigating a high-profile rape case with a wealthy, politically connected defendant.

Consultant Pleads Guilty in Connection to Longmeyer Case

A Lexington consultant has pleaded guilty to bribery and mail fraud charges related to an investigation that resulted in a guilty plea by former Personnel Secretary Tim Longmeyer last year.

Ex-Paintsville Mayor Sentenced to Prison for Theft, Bribery

A former eastern Kentucky mayor has been sentenced to four years in prison after being found guilty of theft of federal funds, aiding and abetting and bribery.

Businessman pleads guilty to bribery charge

An eastern Kentucky business owner has admitted to bribing Paintsville Mayor Robert Porter to get work for his company.

Longmeyer pleads guilty to bribery in federal court

Former state personnel director and deputy attorney general Tim Longmeyer has pleaded guilty in federal court to charges of bribery.

Former State Representative sentenced to 7 Years for bribery

A former state representative and Pikeville coal operator, Wendell Keith Hall, has been sentenced to 7 years for bribing a state mine official.

Judge delays ex-lawmakers federal bribery trial

A federal judge has delayed the trial of a former state representative accused of bribing a mine inspector to overlook violations at his coal mines.

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