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Madison County schools sued over racial slur incidents

Lawsuit filed in federal court over incidents earlier this year.

Judge denies protest injunction, four appeal decision (read documents), Saturday event can proceed

A federal judge took under advisement a request for a preliminary injunction blocking enforcement of Gov. Andy Beshear's order against mass gatherings

Nicholasville Church wins federal ruling, reopens for in-person service Sunday

A judge ruled in favor of Tabernacle Baptist Church Friday night, allowing in-person services Sunday morning.

Lawsuit: Woodford County superintendent complicit in sexual harassment case

A federal lawsuit was filed against the school board, saying the superintendent didn't correctly handle sexual harassment complaints against a former teacher.

Jury blocks ex-university president’s $4.5M payment

A jury rules University of the Cumberlands doesn't have to pay a former president salary and benefits for the rest of his life.

Man wounded by deputy files federal lawsuit

A man shot by a Kentucky deputy during a traffic stop has filed a federal lawsuit against the former law enforcement officer and a sheriff.

Laurel County Schools drop athletic rule at center of lawsuit

The Laurel County Board of Education voted unanimously Thursday to abolish a controversial athletic rule that led to a federal lawsuit, according to the Times-Tribune.

Judge: Lawsuit over firing can go to trial next month

In a federal lawsuit against the dean of the UK College of Dentistry, Raynor Mullins says he was punished for publicly criticizing the governor's Medicaid plan.

Woman sues police, claims brother’s death was preventable

A London woman is taking the city of Georgetown, the police chief and two officers to federal court, accusing them in what she claims is the "wrongful death" of her brother.

School District to Handcuff Students Only as Last Resort

A Kentucky school district has reached a settlement with the Justice Department to change how unruly students are subdued.

AT&T files lawsuit over utility pole access in Louisville

AT&T has filed a federal lawsuit over action taken in Louisville that will let Google Fiber install equipment on AT&T's utility poles.

Lawsuits allege abuse of foreign farm workers in Kentucky

Three federal lawsuits have been filed in Kentucky alleging abuses in a program that brings in foreign farm workers.

Kentucky officials ask federal court to dismiss lawsuit

The Kentucky state court system says a federal lawsuit over access to medication for drug addicts should be dismissed.

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Wildside Winery hosts Harvest Festival to help boost artisian small business

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Two men wanted in connection with missing Nicholas County woman arrested

Two men wanted in connection to the 2016 disappearance of a Nicholas County woman are behind bars, according to deputies.

Tyler Childers shares his message for Kentuckians regarding the Black Lives Matter movement

Eastern Kentucky country music artist Tyler Childers is sharing his thoughts on racism and the black lives movement.

Two dead after single vehicle crash in Harlan County, troopers say

Kentucky State Police say two people are dead after a single vehicle crash Friday night.