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State attorneys general with pending lawsuits against Purdue Pharma are asking for more time to continue negotiating.
A federal judge is allowing a portion of Covington Catholic student Nick Sandmann's lawsuit against the Washington Post to continue.
The suit claimed Daniel Cameron had not practiced law for eight years as required under the state constitution and therefore, his name should be removed from the November ballot.
The family of a woman killed in 2012 has won their 3-million dollar lawsuit.
The suit involves former clients of lawyer Eric Conn.
The mother of a 9-year old boy who died after being swept away by flood waters last year is suing the City of Morehead and its housing authority, according to a report in The Morehead News.
The parents of an autistic student are suing Fayette County Public Schools.
The complaint says the state constitution requires eight years of experience as a "practicing attorney."
A family is suing several Texas based companies including Enbridge, after the deadly gas pipeline explosion in Lincoln County.
According to the Herald-Leader newspaper, Morales filed a lawsuit late Friday, saying it was Georgetown Police officer Joseph Enricco who fired the shot.
Investors say in the lawsuit filed last month in Pikeville that Enerblu's Executive Chairman Michael Weber and its CEO Dan Elliott should have to pay back the $1.2 million.
Gov. Matt Bevin's administration has asked that a state judge be removed from a lawsuit that challenges the use of Kentucky labor law to obtain the names of teachers who participated in "sickouts" to protest at Kentucky's Capitol.
A Franklin County judge tells the Governor and his lieutenant to settle their issues on their own.
Lt. Gov. Jenean Hampton later told reporters that her friends don't treat her that way.
A hearing is scheduled for Lt. Gov Jenean Hampton's lawsuit against Gov. Matt Bevin.
In a judgment in Fayette Circuit Court, Auto Plaza USA and its owners were ordered to pay more than $450,000 to resolve the lawsuit.
The family of a teenager who died trapped in a vehicle filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the city of Cincinnati.
Nicholas Sandmann, a student at Covington Catholic High School, sued the Washington Post for $250 million in February,
The Courier Journal reports Michael Donta was awarded $133,500 for lost wages Thursday, plus $366,500 in punitive damages.
Steven Pierce, of Kentucky, was at the park with his family when he was swept away in a flash flood as his family tried to evacuate.