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Justice Dept. alleges conditions at Boyd Co. jail violate Constitution

The Justice Department says it has concluded that there is reasonable cause to believe that conditions at the jail violate the Constitution.

Judge to decide ‘Marsy’s Law’ ballot question in Kentucky

A judge says he will rule in the next 10 days on whether the state's constitution can be changed with a vote on Marsy's Law.

AG Beshear filed lawsuit to stop pension reform law

As expected, Attorney General Andy Beshear is suing to stop the pension reform law signed Tuesday by Governor Matt Bevin.

Proposed crime victims’ rights to go on Kentucky ballot

Kentucky voters will decide whether to add to the state's constitution by giving expanded rights to crime victims.

House Speaker files lawsuit against Governor

Kentucky Democratic House Speaker Greg Stumbo is asking a judge to throw out Republican Gov. Matt Bevin’s vetoes of the state’s $68 billion operating budget.

Proposal to guarantee victims’ rights clears House panel

A proposal aimed at amending Kentucky's Constitution to guarantee rights for crime victims has cleared another hurdle in the General Assembly.

State Senator Wants Legislative Immunity

A Kentucky Senator is trying to get a DUI charge against him dropped. He said he has legislative immunity under the state constitution.

U.S. Supreme Court Decision Affects Danville

The U.S. Supreme Court decided prayers before council meetings do not violate the constitution

Ban Reinstated on Liquor Sales in KY Grocery Stores, Gas Stations

A federal appeals court has reinstated a 76-year-old old ban on grocery stores, gas stations and other retailers selling wine and liquor in Kentucky after finding the law doesn't violate the equal protection clause of the U.S. Constitution.

Ban Reinstated on Liquor Sales in KY Grocery Stores, Gas Stations

A federal appeals court has reinstated a 76-year-old old ban on grocery stores, gas stations and other retailers selling wine and liquor in Kentucky after finding the law doesn't violate the equal protection clause of the U.S. Constitution.

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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.