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Richmond commissioner’s ethics case sent to KSP, County Attorney

A Richmond city commissioner's ethics case is on its way to Kentucky State Police and the County Attorney. 

Governor-elect Beshear to make requesting government records easier

Governor-elect Andy Beshear says all executive branch state agencies will accept requests for public records via email in his administration.

Bomb threats reported across country, including Kentucky

The bomb threat hoax targeted schools and businesses across the country.

Beshear: Christmas shopping scammers posing as your favorite retailers

Attorney General Andy Beshear warns Kentuckians shopping online this Christmas season should be on the lookout for scam emails.

Citizens will receive email reminding them of expiring driver’s license

Circuit Court Clerk Vincent Riggs announces a new system that will notify citizens (by email) when their driver's license is about to expire. 

Email to paper claims to be from fugitive Kentucky lawyer

Someone claiming to be a Kentucky lawyer who disappeared a month before sentencing has contacted a newspaper spelling out proposed terms of his surrender.

Bevin shows emails in attempt to discredit lawmaker’s story

Emails from state transportation officials appear to show Democratic state Rep. Russ Meyer knew about problems with a road project in his district long before it was delayed by Republican Gov. Matt Bevin.

Justice Dept. closes Clinton email probe with no charges

Attorney General Loretta Lynch says the Hillary Clinton email investigation is being closed without any criminal charges.

Emails show Kentucky’s slow response to radioactive waste

Emails obtained by a newspaper show that it took months for Kentucky regulators to take action after getting a tip that low-level nuclear waste was being shipped to a landfill.

Money Transfer Scams result in MoneyGram Settlement

Kentuckians who were tricked into sending money to scammers via MoneyGram may be eligible to receive financial restitution, announced Attorney General Andy Beshear.

Parotitis cases reported on UK campus

Health Services at the University of Kentucky is asking students, faculty and staff to seek medical attention if their salivary glands become swollen, according to a campus-wide email that was sent out on Thursday.

Love-A-Thon held to boost self-worth and confidence

Lexington's Tates Creek High School hosted a Love-A-Thon on Thursday evening.

Clinton subject to hack attempts from China, Korea, Germany

A document obtained by The Associated Press shows that Hillary Rodham Clinton's private email server was the subject of attempted cyberattacks originating in China, South Korea and Germany after she left office in early 2013.

Justice Dept. affirms Clinton could delete personal emails

The Justice Department is affirming that former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton had the right to delete personal emails from her private server.

Private email use by officials prompts action in Louisville

Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton's use of personal email during her time in office is drawing attention to the issue of officials conducting public business on private email accounts and citizen access to those communications.

Police Warn Of Email That Contains A Virus

Police said an email virus was being sent to computers under the guise of coming from the FBI.

Fayette Co. Schools Look At Cutting $20 Million From Budget

In an email sent to school employees, Fayette County Public Schools Superintendent Tom Shelton said $20 million will be cut from this year's budget.

Target Customers Wanted To Be Notified Sooner

The company has now hired a forensics firm to investigate what happened.

Man Sentenced To Prison For Making Death Threat To Governor Beshear

Federal prosecutors said Thomas Hargreaves, 45, of Ohio, was sentenced to 21-months in prison for threatening in an email to kill Governor Beshear.

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Breonna Taylor’s mother wants new prosecutor to probe cops

Tamika Palmer speaks out about the attorney general’s handling of the case.

Barrett confirmation rises as issue in Kentucky Senate race

Mitch McConnell is taking a victory lap in Kentucky for shepherding Amy Coney Barrett onto the Supreme Court. But his Democratic challenger questioned his priorities Wednesday.

Mom staying strong for family during a difficult time

One mom is going through what no mother ever wants to go through, caring for a sick child. Not only is she fighting to support her two sons during this difficult time, but she's also fighting to keep them in their home.

Kroger becomes first US retailer to offer COVID-19 rapid antibody tests

The tests will initially be available in California and Michigan with plans for all Kroger pharmacies by the end of November, according to the company.