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Protesters gather outside AG Daniel Cameron’s home, want justice in Breonna Taylor case

On day 150 of protests calling for justice in the police killing of Breonna Taylor in Louisville, protesters held a demonstration outside of Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron’s home.

Continued gun violence, meanwhile Lexington family still grieving, but one step closer to justice

Police charging Markeeta Campbell with shooting and killing LaPorscha Stringer as Stringer was leaving the Fayette Mall parking lot in August 2019.

Derby trainer’s protest comments leave people confused

The trainer of derby favorite Tiz the Law made some comments Tuesday afternoon about derby protesters that stoked a lot of confusion and even some controversy on social media.

UK, NAACP launch civil rights, education initiative

Develop an education, research initiative on educational equity, civil rights, and social justice.

UPDATE: Protest arrests include athletes, stars, other celebrities

87 people were arrested Tuesday night after protesters brought their demands for a swifter investigation into Breonna Taylor's death to Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron's house, according to Louisville ABC affiliate WHAS-TV. 

Black faith leaders set to speak on racial injustice, inequity Thursday

Black faith leaders from in and around Lexington plan to speak Thursday on racial injustice and inequity, according to the People's Campaign Kentucky. 

Grant to help improve Kentuckian’s access to civil justice system

The Justice for All project supports Access to Justice Commissions in their efforts to form partnerships with stakeholders in the civil justice community.

Sandra Day O’Connor announces likely Alzheimer’s diagnosis

O'Connor made the announcement in a letter Tuesday and says her diagnosis was made "some time ago."

High drama in Senate as Kavanaugh-Ford hearing nears

With high drama in the making, Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh emphatically fended off new accusations of sexual misconduct ahead of a charged public Senate hearing that could determine whether Republicans can salvage his nomination and enshrine a high court conservative majority.

Student film gets selected for All-American High School Film Festival

A group of Lexington students are being nationally recognized for a short film they made in class.

Prayer Service held in Lexington for Charlottesville victims

Christ Church Cathedral in Lexington held a special service for prayer and healing on Wednesday for the victims of Charlottesville, Virginia.

Justices won’t hear appeal over release of federal mug shots

The Supreme Court won't hear an appeal from the Detroit Free Press that asked the government to release mug shots of federal criminal defendants in Michigan and three other states.

Gorsuch pledges to be ‘servant’ of Constitution

Justice Neil Gorsuch is thanking his former law clerks, family and friends as he is sworn into the Supreme Court during a White House ceremony.

McConnell claims votes to bust Supreme Court filibuster

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says he has the votes to bust a planned Democratic filibuster of President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee as a showdown nears that could change the Senate, and the court, for generations.

Lawmakers pass criminal justice bill

Kentucky lawmakers have given final passage to a bill aimed at helping people overcome their criminal pasts to get occupational licenses they might need to start new careers.

United in Mercy Means United in Justice

J.R. Zerkowski comes to the studio to tell Elise Dolinar about an upcoming discussion in Lexington on the nature of mercy and its relationship with the concept and practice of justice.

State Juvenile Justice Officials Encourage Local Initiatives

Juvenile justice officials in Kentucky are encouraging local initiatives to keep low-level juvenile offenders out of the criminal justice system.

Justice Roberts Speaks, But Mum on Trump’s High Court Choice

U.S. Chief Justice John Roberts has discussed the Supreme Court's past during a speech in Kentucky, but he was mum about its future.

Justice Elena Kagan to receive Brandeis Medal this month

The University of Louisville says U.S. Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan will visit Kentucky this month to receive the 2016 Brandeis Medal and participate in a conversation-style discussion.

UofL to award Brandeis Medal to Justice Elena Kagan

The University of Louisville says it will award the 2016 Brandeis Medal to U.S. Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan.

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Man shot and killed near busy Lexington downtown early Saturday morning

Police say the man was taken to the hospital where he ultimately died.

East Jessamine high school teacher arrested, faces rape charges

According to the arrest documents, Jason Sharp allegedly had sex with a minor younger than 16-years old.

Deteriorating grave of Union general refurbished by veterans

After the war, general Gordon Granger headed to Texas, the last confederate state in the US.

Bikers raise over $2000 dollars from Poker Run to benefit special needs kids

On Saturday morning about 50 bikers headed to McLeods Coffee House in Lexington for a special cause.