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As court hearings resume, rent programs may head off some of ‘eviction explosion’

City ad state programs may start coming into focus next week.

Supreme Court hopes eviction pilot program will go statewide

Louisville already has funding, court hopes others can join

Trial date set for two men accused in Laurel Co. animal abuse case caught on video

A trial date is set for two men accused in a disturbing Laurel County animal abuse case.

Effort to keep Marsy’s Law on ballot continues

AG files motion in court fight.

State Supreme Court blocks efforts to suspend COVID-19 rules

Kentucky's highest court on Friday blocked lower courts from suspending the governor's emergency orders.

Constable’s arraignment moved to April 20

The arraignment for a Pulaski County constable accused of attempted murder for shooting an FBI agent and violating citizens' civil rights has been moved from April 9 to April 20.

Corbin man facing child sexual abuse charges

Corbin, Ky.-- A trial date is set for a man facing nine counts of sexual abuse charges towards a minor. Accoring to the Times...

Accused child killer says he helped, not hurt the toddler who was choking

A man accused of killing a three-year old girl who was in his care, says he didn't hurt the child, but rather, helped her during a choking episode, according to a report in the Lexington Herald-Leader.

Kentucky Supreme Court hears arguments in pension case

Government employees in Kentucky who sued over state investment decisions have taken their case to the state's Supreme Court.

Supreme Court candidates offer starkly different resumes

A veteran appellate judge and a prominent lawmaker are highlighting their different resumes while making their case to voters.

Victim’s family faces accused killer in court

The family of the two women killed in a fiery wreck faced their accused killer in court on Tuesday.

Appeals court orders resentencing for Paul attacker

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 pleads not guilty to perjury, other charges

Scott County Coroner John Goble pleaded not guilty Monday to perjury and other charges following his most recent indictment, according to court records.

American National Univ. found guilty of violating Ky Consumer Protection Act

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. 

Sherman Denny pleads guilty in court, felony charges waived to grand jury

Accused con man Sherman Denny has pleaded guilty to some of the charges against him.

Kentucky lawsuits against opioid makers moving forward in court

​​Four lawsuits against opioid makers and distributors are moving forward in court, according to Attorney General Andy Beshear. 

Court upholds earlier ruling in disability benefits case

Hundreds of people in Appalachia are closer to having their disability benefits restored after a federal appeals court upheld an earlier decision.

Men are sentenced for murder of a pregnant woman

Four men involved in the 2016 shooting death of a pregnant Lexington woman were sentenced Thursday.

Bevin, Beshear argue about opioid lawsuits in court

The Kentucky Supreme Court has heard arguments about whether the governor can cancel a contract awarded by the state attorney general.

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Two fraternities to return to UK campus

Both fraternities previously had operated on campus

Another COVID record, governor says communities must work together

​​​​​​​Red zone recommendations will be successful if everyone does their part 

Legislation pre-filed to help domestic violence victims get benefits

Legislation will be considered when lawmakers convene in January.
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Your morning news and weather on Thursday, Oct. 29

Your morning news and weather on Thursday, Oct. 29