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UPDATE: UK student charged in U.S. Capitol riot out on bond

Gracyn Courtright's probation officer must approve her travel to attend the University of Kentucky, according to the Kentucky Kernel.

Nicholasville compounding pharmacy, owner plead guilty to distribution

NICHOLASVILLE, Ky. (WTVQ) - A compounding pharmacy based in Nicholasville, and its owner, admitted on Thursday in federal court to unlawful distribution of compounded...

Man faces 20 years for stealing from Toyota plant

Was selling stolen robotics parts.

Constable will remain in jail pending trial: Judge

Despite the man's health problems, a federal magistrate has denied a Pulaski County constable's request to be released from jail pending his trial.

Constable’s case faces more delays over illness

Illness, coronavirus tests in unrelated federal drug trial delays Gary Baldock's detention hearing.

Guilty plea to federal charges in black church burnings

Prosecutors say the suspect in fires set last spring at three African American churches in Louisiana has pleaded guilty to federal and state charges.

Kentucky man charged with sex trafficking

A Kentucky man is facing charges after being accused of paying for sex with young women.

Five arrested in Laurel Co, including fugitive facing federal charges

The Laurel County Sheriff's Office says it has arrested five people while looking for a man facing federal charges who was wanted for escape. 

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.

Trial date set for UK student accused of making threats to campus

A February trial date was set in federal court for a UK student accused of making threats on campus using social media.

UK threat suspect in jail again, facing federal charges

She was the first one to report threats to UK's campus to police.

UPDATE: Disability lawyer Eric Conn indicted on federal charges

A Kentucky lawyer who billed himself as "Mr. Social Security" has been indicted on charges that he paid a doctor and a judge to rubber-stamp disability claims using phony medical evidence.

Disability lawyer Eric Conn arrested on federal charges

An eastern Kentucky disability lawyer who years ago had been accused by a Congressional committee of committing fraud has been arrested on federal charges.

Disbarred attorney set for sentencing in cash case

A disbarred attorney is scheduled for sentencing on federal charges of structuring financial transactions to avoid reporting the money.

UPDATE: Subway Owner Patel Reaches Tentative Plea Deal

The owner of some Lexington Subway restaurants reportedly reached a tentative plea deal over harboring charges. The Lexington Herald Leader said federal court documents showed that Amrutlal Patel had asked for a motion to plead guilty.

UPDATE: Patels Of Lexington Facing More Federal Charges

The Patels of Lexington now face new charges. The couple was already accused of harboring illegal immigrants.

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New honorary roadside sign installed to recognize a WWII Veteran

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More contagious COVID-19 variant from the United Kingdom confirmed in Kentucky.

AG Cameron talks tackling human trafficking on a local level, at the root

Cameron visited an organization in Lexington that targets what is often the root of human trafficking - prostitution.