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Appeals court affirms rejection of Kentucky abortion law

A federal appeals court has agreed with a lower court that a Kentucky law seeking to ban a common second trimester abortion procedure is illegal.

FBI investigating in three eastern Kentucky counties

The FBI, Kentucky State Police and the Kentucky Attorney General's Office of Medicaid Fraud and Abuse Control conducted investigations Tuesday in three counties in eastern Kentucky.

AG: Data reveals how company flooded Kentucky with opioids

Kentucky's Attorney General's Office says an unsealed court document shows how one drug-maker flooded the state with opioids.

Kentuckians to benefit from settlement with debt collection company

Some Kentuckians will benefit from a settlement with one of the nation's largest debt buyers.

Cold case unit for victims of sexual assault created

Attorney General Andy Beshear announces a cold case unit for sexual assault victims.

Attorney General: Kentucky House violated Open Meetings Act

The state House of Representatives is being accused by the Attorney General's Office of violating the Open Meetings Act by holding a private meeting to discuss the state's pension systems.

Man pleads guilty in beating death of 7-week old

A Walton man pleaded guilty Wednesday in connection to the beating death of a seven-week old child, according to the Kentucky Attorney General's Office.

Four plead guilty in fraternity assault case

Four men pleaded guilty Monday in a fraternity assault case at WKU, according to the Attorney General.

Scholarships available to victims of drug abuse

The Kentucky Attorney General's Office and two other organizations are offering two $1,500 college scholarships to graduating high school students whose lives have been impacted by prescription drug abuse.

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KSP probe complete, still point to McAtee shooting first: State

U.S. Attorney asks no more release of info for now.

Attorney General Daniel Cameron married Friday

It was a small, private outdoor ceremony in Louisville.

Ashland celebrates suffrage with special tours in August

100th anniversary of women's suffrage is Aug. 18

UPDATE: Pine Ridge woman killed, several injured in freak I-64 accident

Montgomery County Sheriff's Office continues to investigate