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Ky.’s high court vacates student’s drug conviction

Nearly five years ago, three police officers entered a University of Kentucky fraternity and arrested a student for possession and trafficking marijuana. On Thursday, Kentucky’s Supreme Court said the officers weren’t allowed in the house in the first place.

Court: No need to follow specific order for DUI tests

Kentucky's Supreme Court says police officers don't have to follow a specific order when asking suspected drunken drivers to submit to breath or blood testing to determine their blood-alcohol concentration.

Ky.’s high court vacates U.K. student’s drug conviction

Kentucky's highest court says a University of Kentucky fraternity house should be considered a private residence in a search-and-seizure case stemming from a college student's drug conviction after police found marijuana in his room.

Scott says he’s seeking GOP nomination for governor

Former state Supreme Court Justice Will T. Scott says he's running for governor of Kentucky.

Court rules in cases involving police disciplinary action

The Kentucky Supreme Court says a state law setting out procedural rights for police officers accused of misconduct should apply whether the complaints are made by citizens or by police departments.

Kentucky court won’t hear arguments in death case

The Kentucky Supreme Court has declined to hear oral arguments in the appeal of an inmate condemned to death for a 1997 slaying in Floyd County.

Court postpones hearing for ex-Louisville coach

The Kentucky Supreme Court postponed oral arguments in a lawsuit brought by a former Louisville assistant track coach who claims she was fired for filing a sexual harassment complaint.

No oral arguments in November for Kentucky court

The Kentucky Supreme Court will not hear oral arguments or issue decisions in November after officials cited a lack of cases ready to be heard.

Kentucky court turns down appeal of shooter

The Kentucky Supreme Court has opted to turn away an appeal by a southwestern Kentucky man convicted of a fatal shooting who is serving life in prison.

Lexington attorney suspended for 5 years

The Kentucky Supreme Court has suspended a Lexington attorney for five years after she stole money from a client and her law firm.

Death sentence of 6-time killer upheld in Kentucky

The Kentucky Supreme Court has upheld a death sentence for a six-time convicted killer in a 1991 shooting.

Family of slain informant wins judgment over death

The Kentucky Supreme Court has reinstated a damage award to the family of a teenage informant killed while working for police, but lowered the amount the state must pay.

State Supreme Court Reaffirms Decision To Uphold Lexington Cop Killer’s Conviction

The Kentucky Supreme Court reaffirmed its decision to uphold the conviction of Lexington cop killer Glenn Doneghy.

Ky Supreme Court Hears Arguments On Instant Racing

The Kentucky Supreme Court heard arguments on the legality of instant racing, a game used to bed on previously-run horse races, Wednesday.

Governor Beshear Makes Historic Supreme Court Justice Appointment

Court of Appeals Judge Michelle M. Keller of Fort Mitchell is the newest member of the group which has three female justices for the first time in history.

State Supreme Court Justice Retiring Due To Brain Tumor

After more than 29-years of judicial service, Justice Will Schroder is retiring so he can focus on his health and spend more time with his family as he battles a brain tumor.

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Shots fired into truck with child inside, search on for shooter and vehicles

The Franklin County Sheriff's Office is looking for suspects in two cars after shots were fired along I-64.

Scott County Schools working to implement ‘test to stay’ plan

He wants the District to have everything in place and the Health Department on board before moving forward.

Accused shoplifters lead officers on foot chase in Lexington

Two men were charged in the shoplifting case along with a woman who had unrelated outstanding warrants, according to Lexington Police.

KEA applauds plaintiffs as Ky court hears challenge to private school vouchers

Law is unaccountable to the public, which makes it unconstitutional to the people, argues plaintiffs and public-school proponents.