Home Tags Court
Government employees in Kentucky who sued over state investment decisions have taken their case to the state's Supreme Court.
A veteran appellate judge and a prominent lawmaker are highlighting their different resumes while making their case to voters.
The family of the two women killed in a fiery wreck faced their accused killer in court on Tuesday.
A federal appeals court has vacated the 30-day prison sentence given to the man who tackled U.S. Sen. Rand Paul outside his Kentucky home in 2017.
Scott County Coroner John Goble pleaded not guilty Monday to perjury and other charges following his most recent indictment, according to court records.
The Kentucky Court of Appeals has upheld a Fayette Circuit Court's ruling that American National University, once known as National College of Kentucky, willfully violated the state's Consumer Protection Act.
Accused con man Sherman Denny has pleaded guilty to some of the charges against him.
Four lawsuits against opioid makers and distributors are moving forward in court, according to Attorney General Andy Beshear.
Hundreds of people in Appalachia are closer to having their disability benefits restored after a federal appeals court upheld an earlier decision.
Four men involved in the 2016 shooting death of a pregnant Lexington woman were sentenced Thursday.
The Kentucky Supreme Court has heard arguments about whether the governor can cancel a contract awarded by the state attorney general.
The third suspect from a January drive-by shooting made his first court appearance after being returned to Clark County.
Police say a man will appear in court Friday on a murder charge, after his role in the killing of a Lexington woman last month.
A former Kentucky State Police detective who lied in court about a slaying he was investigating has been sentenced to two years of probation.
Thursday Frankfort's pro-life caucus announced it will support four bills this session.
Rather than surrender their land to the federal government, some property owners on the Texas border are digging in to fight President Donald Trump's border wall.
An Andrew Jackson Middle School teacher who is a former Miss Kentucky has been arrested after she was accused of sending nude photos to a middle school student.
A woman admitted to being under the influence in court, according to the Laurel County Sheriff's Office.
The UK student accused of making threats against the University of Kentucky earlier this month was in federal court Wednesday facing more charges for what police say were threats she made on the social media platform Snapchat.
Voters in Kentucky said yes to Marsy's Law, the proposed constitutional amendment that would give crime victims more rights. But will the courts say 'yes' to an amendment criticized for being too vague?