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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.
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.
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.
The Supreme Court heard oral arguments from attorneys and will issue a ruling at a later date.
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.
Marsy's Law for Kentucky is asking the court allow the question be placed on the 2020 ballot with the full text of the proposed amendment available to voters at each precinct.
The Bowling Green Daily News reports George Walker's sentence was upheld last week.
The Kentucky Supreme Court on Thursday unanimously upheld Governor Matt Bevin's reorganization of state boards and committees that oversee public education.
On Thursday, the Kentucky Supreme Court upheld that decision, saying the language on the ballot was too vague and that the full text of the amendment should have been presented to voters.
The fight is over Governor. Matt Bevin's executive action overhauling several state boards that oversee public education.
Gov. Matt Bevin has appointed the Honorable David Cowan Buckingham to the office of Justice for the First Supreme Court District of Kentucky.
The Judicial Nominating Commission has announced nominees to fill the vacant Supreme Court seat in the 1st Supreme Court District. The district is composed of 24 Western Kentucky counties.
The Senate passed a bill to allow state officials to bypass having their legal cases heard by a circuit judge criticized by Gov. Matt Bevin.
Kentucky justices review 'Marsy's Law' ballot language
Appellate judge announces run for Supreme Court seat
Less than a month before it would've gone into effect, the Kentucky Supreme Court has struck down the controversial pension reform law teachers and other public employees protested last spring.
Politicians and organizations are reacting the the Kentucky Supreme Court's ruling that SB 151 is unconstitutional.
On Thursday, the court ruled the law unconstitutional because the legislature didn't vote on it three times over three separate days as the state constitution requires.
FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) - The Latest on rulings from the Kentucky Supreme Court (all times local): 11:15 a.m. The Kentucky Supreme Court...
The Lexington Herald-Leader reports the Supreme Court is partnering with Kentucky Educational Television to broadcast the arguments on September 20th.