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Man must serve 9 years, repay $2.4 million for Ponzi scheme

LONDON, Ky. (WTVQ) – A 58-year-old Somerset, Ky., man was sentenced to nine years in prison and ordered to repay more than $2.4 million...

Former constable convicted of child porn charges

Used ambulance, training facility to make videos

Despite other rulings, Nicholasville church sues over state order

Saying the ban on in-person gatherings as it applies to churches doesn't meet "the Lord's requirements," a Nicholasville church has sued Gov. Andy Beshear over the ban.

Constable called 911 before FBI shootout; cases may be severed

Court records show defense strategies are taking shape for two Pulaski County constables accused of violating citizens’ civil rights.

Cameron joins four other states in abortion legal battle

Kentucky has joined Texas, Ohio, Alabama and Oklahoma in the legal fight to force abortion clinics to shut down elective procedures like other health professions during the coronavirus outbreak.

Constable’s attorney withdraws, PD appointed

Motion from Baldock's attorney comes two days before his detention hearing.

Dispute over mail delivery lands in federal court

The lawsuit says the Postal Service began delivering mail in bulk last month to each complex instead of delivering to it tenants’ mailboxes.

Ousted board of education members take case against governor to federal court

Ousted Kentucky Board of Education members take their case against the governor to federal court in partnership with the Bluegrass Institute for Public Policy Solutions.

Ky. man wins right to have “IM GOD” license plate

A Kentucky man will get his controversial personalized license plate after a federal court ruling Wednesday. 

Former KSP detective admits false testimony in murder case

A former Kentucky State Police Trooper of the Year admits he gave false testimony in a case involving a brutal murder in Clay County, according to the Lexington Herald-Leader.

Bourbon County man sentenced for selling crack cocaine

A Bourbon County man was sentenced to 5-years in federal prison for selling crack cocaine and for being a felon in possession of a firearm, according to prosecutors.

Four indicted in Social Security fraud cases

A federal grand jury in Lexington returned indictments Thursday charging four people with defrauding the Social Security Administration (SSA).

Former deputy jailer admits to assaulting inmate

A former supervisory deputy jailer at the Kentucky River Regional Jail pleaded guilty Wednesday in federal court to assaulting an inmate without justification, according to prosecutors.

Paris man pleads guilty in cocaine case

A Bourbon County man pleaded guilty in federal court Wednesday to Conspiracy to Distribute Cocaine Base, according to prosecutors.

Fugitive lawyer appears in federal court, judge revokes bond

Eric C. Conn appeared in federal court Thursday. During that hearing, the judge ruled that Conn did in fact violate the terms of his bond.

Four indicted for selling fentanyl

A federal grand jury in Lexington indicted four people related to selling large quantities of fentanyl, according to prosecutors.

Kentucky mine employee sentenced for violating safety law

An employee at a Kentucky coal mine has been sentenced for violating the federal Mine Safety and Health Act.

Court: Trump can seek to have protester lawsuit dismissed

A federal court says attorneys for President Donald Trump can seek the dismissal of a lawsuit that accuses him of ordering supporters to rough up protesters at a Kentucky rally.

Ex-employee pleads not guilty to helping Eric Conn escape

An ex-employee of fugitive Kentucky lawyer Eric Conn has pleaded not guilty to charges of helping the attorney escape before his sentencing in a Social Security fraud case.

Kentucky’s abortion law struck down by federal court

Kentucky's law requiring doctors to conduct an ultrasound exam before an abortion and then try to show fetal images as well as play the fetal heartbeat to the pregnant woman has been struck down by a federal court.

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President Trump nominates Judge Amy Coney Barrett to U.S. Supreme Court

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