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Lexington Police sergeant Jervis Middleton now faces a criminal charge and suspension.
The Kentucky Career Center has a new plan to help employers hire hard-to-place applicants, such as those with substance abuse problems or a criminal record.
The FBI has launched a criminal investigation of allegations that Louisville Metro Police officers sexually abused a member of the department's Youth Explorer program.
Kentucky State Police say a man has been arrested after receiving a report on Wednesday of physical abuse to a 4-year-old child.
Kentucky lawmakers have given final passage to a bill aimed at helping people overcome their criminal pasts to get occupational licenses they might need to start new careers.
Kentucky's policy of letting some wrongdoers erase their criminal records would be extended to its youthful violators under a bill that has cleared the state Senate.
Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin has signed an executive order aimed at giving people with criminal records a "fair chance" to land state government jobs.
Three teens have been charged in a racially-charged theft case at a downtown restaurant in Lexington.
Harrodsburg Police didn't have to search too far to find a man they say was responsible for breaking into several cars around a local business.
A Berea woman who was indicted on multiple charges of criminal abuse of a child will spend 70 years in prison, after being sentenced Thursday.
Bill Cosby has been ordered to stand trial in the lone criminal case lodged amid dozens of accusations that he molested women.
Kentucky’s Democratic attorney general says he will prosecute his former chief deputy in state court following his guilty plea to federal bribery charges.
Four Kentucky men are accused of running a credit card skimming operation in North Dakota's largest city.
A Corbin man is behind bars after Troopers say they were called to Knox Co. Social Services on a criminal abuse complaint involving a three-year old.
A bill that would allow some nonviolent felons to have their criminal records erased has cleared a major hurdle by passing the Kentucky Senate.
A central Kentucky man has formed a new task force to push for changes in state law, as well as judicial and correctional systems, in the wake of a fatal shooting of a Richmond police officer last year.
A bill aimed at allowing some nonviolent felons in Kentucky to have their criminal records expunged has won approval from the House Judiciary Committee.
Kentucky's chief justice has denied a motion to remove a judge from all criminal cases but referred the case to a state disciplinary commission.
Nicholasville Police have filed a criminal complaint against a man they say gave them false information about a robbery.
A Jessamine Co. officer has filed a criminal complaint against a man he thinks is responsible for the emaciated condition of a dog found in Nicholasville.
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