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Clay County gets first Family Recovery Court outside of Louisville

VOA Puts $700,000 in federal funding to work helping families overcome substance use disorder

Judicial review bill clears House committee

FRANKFORT, Ky. (WTVQ) —A bill that would create three new family court judgeships in Kentucky was approved today by the House Judiciary Committee. House Bill...

Hearing set for judge who refused to handle gay adoptions

A panel says ethics charges will proceed against a Kentucky judge who declared his conscientious objection to handling adoption cases involving gay and lesbian adults, despite his resignation last week.

Judges tell lawmakers to hire more social workers

A group of family court judges and adoption attorneys says the best way for Kentucky to improve its struggling child welfare system is to hire more social workers.

LCSO: 2 arrested after being found intoxicated in Family Court

The Laurel County Sheriff says a detective found 2 people intoxicated at the Laurel County Judicial Center Thursday morning.

Family Court Judge Reprimanded for Handling of Divorce Cases

A family court judge in Lexington has been reprimanded for requiring divorcing couples with children to participate in special hearings to determine if their marriages are really irretrievably broken.

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Fayette County reports Friday as most single day cases since February

The seven-day rolling average is up to 56 cases, the highest since March 4.

Local activist calls for community help on Facebook

Devine Carama of One Lexington asks for community activists like himself to help prevent youth violence in Lexington.

More closures scheduled for Sulphur Well Pike/KY 39 bridge project

The closures are a result of the progression of the Bridging Kentucky Program's bridge replacement project.

Kentucky Humanities awards over $800,000 to COVID-impacted organizations

Kentucky Humanities ARP Grants provide funding to museums, archives, historic sites, and other nonprofit cultural agencies impacted by the pandemic.