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Refusing blood test is not evidence of guilt: Court

Case has been brewing since 2014.

New state Supreme Court justice to be sworn in Friday

Public encouraged to watch virtual ceremony.

Kentucky Supreme Court: Online poker site must pay state $1B

Kentucky Justice and Public Safety Cabinet filed lawsuit in 2010

Horse industry calls on lawmakers to keep historical racing in Kentucky

The Kentucky Supreme Court ruled in September that at least some of the historical racing games in betting parlors aren't legal.

Kentucky’s chief justice orders courts statewide to go virtual due to COVID-19

Court activities being restricted statewide due to the surging coronavirus.

KY Supreme Court upholds DNA ruling in 1985 murder case

The state's high court has denied a motion by convicted killer, Benny Lee Hodge, to test hair found in the home of his victims.

UPDATE: Judge dismisses Fish and Wildlife lawsuit against Beshear Administration

The state Fish and Wildlife Commission is at odds with the Beshear Administration over the commissioner's contract.

Kentucky racing industry suffers setback in gambling ruling, Beshear says state will act

The state's Supreme Court ruled Thursday that at least some historical racing games being offered in betting parlors aren’t legal.

Kentucky justices to hear arguments remotely for first time

The Kentucky Supreme Court plans to hear oral arguments remotely this week for the first time.

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.

In-person court proceedings halted through May

Except for some emergency situations, most in-person court proceedings in Kentucky are now halted through May 31, under orders handed down Tuesday by the state Supreme Court.

Kentucky court proceedings to be held remotely through May 1

The Kentucky Supreme Court has issued a new order closing judicial facilities to in-person services and postponing eviction filings.

Kentucky high court asked to fix ‘badly broken’ bail system

The Department of Public Advocacy says Supreme Court action is needed to protect defendants' rights to reasonable bail.

Longtime Kentucky Supreme Court clerk to retire

Susan Stokley Clary, the clerk of the Supreme Court, will step down on Feb. 1.

Lawmaker running for seat on Kentucky Supreme Court

State Representative Chris Harris says he will file his candidacy papers Tuesday to run for Kentucky Supreme Court.

Bevin administration again ordered to release Braidy records

Gov. Bevin's administration has been ordered again to release records about Braidy Industries, which is partly owned by the state and plans to build an aluminum mill in Kentucky.

Case: Should 18- to 21-year-olds be eligible for execution

Kentucky's Supreme Court has delved into a case revolving around whether the death penalty should apply to defendants who committed their crimes between the ages of 18 and 21.

Supreme Court says nonprofit must pay pension liability

The Kentucky Supreme Court has ruled that a nonprofit mental health provider can't use bankruptcy to escape its financial obligations to the state pension system.

Printer who nixed gay pride shirt goes to Ky. Supreme Court

The Supreme Court heard oral arguments from attorneys and will issue a ruling at a later date.

Gay pride T-shirt case going before Kentucky Supreme Court

The Lexington Herald-Leader reports the arguments on Friday will help the court decide whether or not the company, Hands on Originals, violated a Lexington ordinance.

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UPDATE: Prayer vigil for slain Richmond couple

The shooting victims have been identified and the accused killer taken into custody.

Police chief says reports of shots fired down in past month

Lexington Police Chief Lawrence Weathers says the city may feel unsafe, but reports of shots fired have gone down in the last month.

Department of Public Safety holds job fair to encourage applications

Lexington's Department of Public Safety hosted a job fair Wednesday afternoon with booths for police, fire and emergency management.