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AG: Judge signals intention to block governor’s virus order

A Kentucky judge signaled that he intends to sign an order blocking all of Gov. Andy Beshear's emergency orders stemming from the coronavirus outbreak, the state's attorney general said Friday.

Senate approves Walker to D.C. Appeals Court

D.C. Court will now have four Republicans.

Judge orders W.Va. gov’s coal companies to pay fines, fees

A federal judge in Kentucky has ordered companies owned by WV Governor to pay more than $1 million in fees .

Children to take part in ‘Team Kentucky’ poster contest

All Kentucky children to participate in a poster contest that celebrates the gubernatorial inauguration theme, Team Kentucky.

Judge Dismisses Suit By Owners Of Derby DQ Maximum Security

A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit by the owners of Maximum Security.

Commission publicly reprimands former Kentucky judge

The Judicial Conduct Commission has publicly reprimanded a former Kentucky judge for ethics violations.

PurchasePro founder heading back to prison

A Kentucky native who founded an internet startup is heading back to prison after a judge determined he violated the terms of his supervised release.

Judge denies Walgreens’ attempt to have case dismissed

Last week a judge issued an order denying Walgreens’ motion to dismiss in Boone Circuit Court, according to officials.

Judge refuses to temporarily block new election-related law

A Kentucky judge has denied a request by the state's chief election officer to temporarily block a law aimed at removing her power over the State Board of Elections.

Judge orders mental health tests for accused mosque shooter

A New Zealand judge has ordered that the man accused of killing 50 people at two New Zealand mosques undergo two mental health tests to determine if he's fit to enter pleas in the case.

Judge extends temporary ban on 2 new Kentucky abortion laws

A federal judge has extended a temporary order preventing two new Kentucky abortion laws from taking effect while the court determines their constitutionality.

Judge cautions lawyers to watch language in abortion case

A judge has cautioned lawyers to watch their language when responding to a lawsuit challenging two Kentucky laws aimed at restricting abortion.

Clark Co. judge rules in favor of city officer, magistrate

According to the Winchester Sun, a judge issued a temporary restraining order allowing Travis Thompson to serve as a Winchester Police officer with full authority and as a Clark County magistrate at the same time.

Judicial Nominating Commission announces nominees for Fayette circuit judge vacancy

The Judicial Nominating Commission has announced nominees to fill the judicial vacancy on Fayette County Circuit Court. Fayette makes up the 22nd Judicial Circuit and the vacancy is in the circuit’s 4th Division.

Judge: Honduran mother can’t be deported without daughter

A judge has ordered the U.S. government not to deport a Honduran woman without her 15-year-old daughter.

Trump administration re-approves new rules for Kentucky Medicaid

The Trump administration has again approved work requirements or a suitable alternative for Kentucky's Medicaid population after a judge blocked the state's first attempt earlier this year.

Trial over Kentucky abortion law in judge’s hands

The fate of a Kentucky abortion law is in the hands of a federal judge after a trial wrapped up Monday over a lawsuit pitting Gov. Matt Bevin's administration and the state's only abortion clinic.

Kentucky judge temporarily seals some harassment testimony

A Kentucky judge has temporarily sealed portions of the testimony of a woman who accused Republican lawmakers of sexual harassment.

GOP lawmakers seek to redact parts of harassment testimony

FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) - Three Republican lawmakers in Kentucky have asked a judge to redact portions of a woman's testimony that details allegations of...

Lawyers for Kentucky cabinet want disclosure ruling reversed

Lawyers for the Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services have asked a judge to reverse an attorney general's decision that the state must disclose details of sexual harassment allegations.

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John Hume, who worked to end N. Ireland violence, dies at 83

Former lawmaker had dementia, suffered ill health for a number of years