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KSP settles wrongful conviction lawsuit with amputee

Amputee served eight years before someone else confessed to murder.

Man gets 50 years for role in murder

Judge carries out jury recommendation

Restitution returned to Ashland doctor after conviction overturned

The federal government has agreed to return $1.1 million a doctor paid in restitution money after an appeals court overturned his conviction on health care fraud charges.

Laurel County man sentenced to 40 years for killing wife

A jury found a Corbin man guilty Thursday of murdering his wife during a domestic fight. 

Judge grants dismissal of case after charges set aside

A judge has dismissed the case against a Kentucky man whose conviction in a fire that killed his young son was set aside.

Cosby has several avenues to appeal conviction

Bill Cosby has several avenues of appeal if he hopes to get out of prison.

Court orders new sentence for man convicted by former victim

Kentucky's Supreme Court has ordered a new sentencing trial for a man serving time for robbery because one of his previous victims unknowingly served on the jury that convicted him.

Online child pornography ring involving Harrodsburg man

Attorney General Andy Beshear today announced that the investigation and testimony by his cyber crimes unit led to the conviction of one of 15 men behind a national child pornography ring.

Prosecutors appeal dismissal of doctor’s fraud conviction

Prosecutors are appealing the reversal of a Kentucky doctor's health care fraud conviction.

Former owners of lab convicted of health care fraud

A federal jury convicted five former owners of Premier Tox, a clinical laboratory in Russell Springs, of seventeen counts of health care fraud, each, according to federal prosecutors.

Bill would limit first-offense DUI convictions

A bill moving through the state legislature would restrict people to just one first-offense DUI conviction in a lifetime.

Judge: Request to set aside conviction should be denied

A federal judge has recommended denying a request to set aside the conviction of a former county judge-executive from eastern Kentucky.

Report: Felony Voting Law Bars Over 300K from Polls

A report published by The League of Women Voters of Kentucky on Monday says that over 300,000 residents are barred from voting due to the Kentucky's lifetime voting bans on people with felony convictions.

Ruling to Set Aside Manslaughter, Arson Conviction Appealed

A western Kentucky prosecutor is appealing a judge's ruling to set aside the conviction of a man accused of setting a fire that killed his young son.

Kentucky Jury Convicts Michigan Man of Sex Trafficking

A Michigan man has been convicted of sex trafficking by a Kentucky jury after an investigation that began with a prostitution sting operation about the time of the Kentucky Derby.

Large Drug Bust Nets Conviction of 2 Louisville Men

Two Louisville residents have admitted their roles in a heroin and methamphetamine distribution operation.

Paintsville mayor announces resignation following conviction

Paintsville Mayor Robert Porter says he will resign following a conviction in federal court on charges of theft and bribery.

30 years for man convicted of selling drugs that caused new mother’s death

A judge has sentenced a Lexington man to 365 months in federal prison for selling heroin and fentanyl to a woman that caused a fatal overdose.

Kentucky men freed in ‘satanic’ murder case

Two men who spent more than 20 years in prison for a "satanic" murder in 1992 have been freed after their convictions were vacated by a Kentucky judge.

Man convicted in 1987 murder wants charge dropped, new trial

A man convicted of murder in 1987 is hoping to take a step toward freedom.

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Ruling: County official violated Open Records Act

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Kentucky narrows Florida’s lead with two days to go in blood competition

Kentucky narrowed Florida's lead Wednesday with two days to go in the 13th annual Big Blue Slam blood competition.