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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

Federal judge allows trial in controversial Owsley County death lawsuit

Judge tells lawyers to start preparing for trial.

Wildlife panel sues state over commissioner’s contract

The Kentucky Fish and Wildlife Commission claims the Beshear Administration is interfering with the commission’s authority.

Two Louisville bars will file lawsuit over COVID rules

Lawsuit will claim rules arbitrary.

KSP settles wrongful conviction lawsuit with amputee

Amputee served eight years before someone else confessed to murder.

Judge dismisses inmate lawsuit seeking release due to virus

Lawsuit filed by seven medically vulnerable state inmates

Governor blasts Wildlife Commission’s legal move, lack of oversight

Commission contracts with Cameron to sue governor over director.

Downtown Louisville wig shop sues city over $85,000 in riot damages

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WHAS)— A downtown business has filed a lawsuit against the city after they say they suffered thousands in damages during early riots. JJ...

Corbin lawyer denies sexual harassment allegations

Shane Romines is asking for the lawsuit against him to be dismissed, according to the Lexington Herald-Leader.

Lawsuit filed against companies connected to deadly pipeline blast in Lincoln County

A lawsuit claims the operator of a natural gas pipeline that exploded in Lincoln County failed to properly maintain the line and repair corrosion, according to a report in the Lexington Herald-Leader.

Lawsuit seeks partial fee, tuition refund from UK

Lawsuit seeks class action status for other students

City’s comprehensive plan clears one hurdle, more legal challenges likely

Lexington's 16-month-old comprehensive plan has cleared one legal hurdle but more challenges likely loom.

New lawsuit says right to protest was violated; Governor responds

claiming their First Amendment rights to protest have been violated by orders against mass gatherings and by limits placed on where and how protests can be held at the state Capitol.

Nicholasville Church wins federal ruling, reopens for in-person service Sunday

A judge ruled in favor of Tabernacle Baptist Church Friday night, allowing in-person services Sunday morning.

Lexington business owner sues Beshear over masks

Robert’s Health Foods owner says forcing employees to wear masks violates constitutional rights.

Female inmates settle lawsuit for $1.1M against former guard

A group of women who were inmates in a Kentucky jail have reached a $1.1 million settlement against a former guard they accused of sexual abuse.

Despite other rulings, Nicholasville church sues over state order

Saying the ban on in-person gatherings as it applies to churches doesn't meet "the Lord's requirements," a Nicholasville church has sued Gov. Andy Beshear over the ban.

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Nucor breaks ground on 400-job steel mill

New mill planned along state line.

Urban County Council plans for public comments in person

Lexington, Ky. (WTVQ)-- The Urban County Council will now allow in-person public comments. The council voted to allow the comments beginning on Tuesday, October 27th...

MARK YOUR CALENDAR: Town plans ‘safe’ adult trick or treat, art decorates downtown

Students paint business windows, carved pumpkins lit and on display already, event Friday.