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Woman who gave birth alone in cell secures $200k settlement

She had filed a lawsuit in 2018 alleging that Franklin County Regional Jail ignored her while she screamed in pain during her labor in May 2017.

Fayette detention center continues to fight COVID outbreak

Recreation for inmates canceled for now.

Four more Fayette Jail inmates positive for COVID

154 more inmates test negative.

Fayette Jail expands inmate testing

One additional staff member positive since last week.

Only one new coronavirus case at Fayette Jail

Only five test results remain out.

Fayette virus numbers up slightly, UK contributes

One new death reported in Fayette County.

Lexington reports ‘only’ 49 new coronavirus cases

Numbers down, sparking hope for a decline.

UPDATE: Suspect shot by police out of hospital, now jailed

Darion Worfolk was shot in the hip by a Lexington Police officer following a brief chase July 31, according to LPD.

Pharmacist released from jail after relatives take weapons

Former licensed gun dealer had a collection.

Woman busted with drugs, loaded handgun, cash

Arrest came after traffic stop late Sunday/

New supreme court order means ‘get out of jail free’ card many offenses

For the next six weeks, people arrested in Kentucky for non-violent and non-sex related crimes will be released under new rules released Tuesday by the Kentucky Supreme Court.

Jailers are trying to keep the coronavirus out of facilities

SCOTT COUNTY, Ky. (WTVQ) - Many Kentucky jailers are trying to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. Derran Broyles is the jailer at the Scott...

State Police say a Christian County inmate escapee was located

State police say a Hopkinsville man who escaped from Christian County Detention Center on work release was located and is back in custody.

No visitors allowed at jail in Lexington due to coronavirus

Visitation and volunteer-run programs are suspended for the time being at the jail in Lexington due to the coronavirus.

2 former correctional officers sentenced in inmate’s assault

Authorities say two former Kentucky correctional officers have been sentenced for their roles in the beating of a handcuffed inmate and an attempt to cover up the assault.

Incarcerated fathers dance with daughters at Woodford County Detention Center

Non-violent offenders were able to meet their daughters on the red carpet for a night of fun at Woodford County Detention Center Saturday.

Former jail deputy sentenced to 4 years in prison

Authorities say a former deputy jailer in western Kentucky has been sentenced to 4 years in prison.

Employees accuse the Lincoln County jailer of sexual harassment

Eight employees are suing the Lincoln County Jailer for sexual harassment and sexual discrimination in the workplace.

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Kentucky Baseball signs Nick Mingione to a contract extension

LEXINGTON, Ky. (UK Athletics) – Kentucky baseball head coach Nick Mingione has signed a contract extension that will keep him with the program through...

Kentucky Senate backs COVID liability shield for businesses

The Kentucky Senate has passed a bill to provide broad protections shielding businesses from coronavirus-related lawsuits.

Ballot measure would give lawmakers more days to meet

A proposed constitutional amendment cleared the Senate on Monday. It now returns to the House.

Push to pass Breonna’s Law in Lexington during virtual town hall

What would a Breonna's Law banning no-knock search warrants and improving police accountability look like in Lexington?