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Beshear challenges law shifting fair board appointment power

Gov. Beshear has asked a judge to strike down a Republican-backed law that eroded his appointment authority over the state fair board.

Kentucky, 15 other states back Alabama’s challenge to Census privacy tool

States concerned about measure meant to safeguard privacy.

Bill shielding businesses from COVID lawsuits becomes law

Gov. Beshear warned Monday that the new law is likely to draw a court challenge.

Cameron, 20 other states join lawsuit over Keystone XL Pipeline

Lawsuit claims president didn't have the authority.

Lawsuit: Black officers don’t get promotions at LMPD

A Louisville police officer has filed a lawsuit claiming the department has unlawful bias and discrimination in its ranks.

Stud farm owners sue Jockey Club, Commission over breeding limits

Claim limits are unconstitutional, 'Un-American'

Kentucky parents file suit seeking to resume in-person class

A group of Kentucky parents have sued several public school districts, seeking to put an end to online learning and return students to classrooms in-person, nearly one year after the coronavirus pandemic forced schools to pivot to virtual or hybrid models.

UK students’ lawsuit over fee refunds can proceed

The lawsuit's demand for tuition refunds was dismissed, according to the Lexington Herald-Leader.

Man exonerated in 1980 murder sues Kentucky State Police

Norman Graham says he was framed in the killing.

AG joins multistate coalition in filing lawsuit against Google

Attorney General Daniel Cameron joined a multistate coalition in filing a lawsuit against Google, LLC (Google).

Kentucky, other states sue Facebook over business practices

Attorney General Cameron Joins Multistate Lawsuit to Halt Facebook Inc.s Anticompetitive Business Practices

Governor calls latest lawsuit against his COVID-19 orders, “ridiculous”

The federal lawsuit challenges the governor's orders over limiting indoor gatherings and banning in-person classes for all schools.

Governor again sounds alarm on COVID, health care capacity

Thanksgiving week could cause dangerous COVID-19 surge, but Kentuckians can prevent that

UPDATE: Hearing Monday afternoon in church school lawsuit

Danville Christian Academey, Inc filed a lawsuit with Kentucky's attorney general against Governor Andy Beshear's order that all schools must switch to virtual learning. 

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.

After suing school district, church plans to sue bank over so-called ‘land grab’

Church had been in dispute with bank prior to district's purchase.

Louisville settles Taylor lawsuit for $12 million, makes reforms

Settlement includes other reforms, Courier-Journal reports

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Wolfe County Search and Rescue needs community help for national honor

Community votes decide the winner of new Defender.

Real estate professionals offer home ownership resources at Julietta Market

The Lexington-Bluegrass Association of Realtors® is recognizing Fair Housing Month this April by providing home buying and selling resources to visitors of Julietta Market.

Closure of KY 867 in Magoffin County reset for May 3-5

According to KYTC the closure of KY 867 in Magoffin County, previously scheduled for April 26-28, has been postponed for one week.