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Clay City death investigation

One woman was shot and killed in Clay City and state police have brought charges against her husband.

Man pleads guilty in crash that killed motorcyclist from Lexington

Investigators say 51-year old Anthony Raymond of London pleaded guilty in a hit and run crash from May of last year that killed 71-year old Randolph Scott of Lexington.

Police: Impaired driver hit and killed utility worker

Florence Police say 53-year old Brenda Amerson was under the influence when she hit a cable TV contractor, pinning him against his truck. Investigators say he later died and she is charged with manslaughter, DUI and other offenses.

Ex-soldier convicted of manslaughter

A former Fort Campbell soldier who was accused of killing his wife and trying to make it look like a suicide has been convicted of manslaughter.

Kentucky man charged in death of father

A western Kentucky man has been charged with manslaughter in the death of his father.

Convicted Lexington Cop Killer Denied Parole

The man convicted in the hit-and-run death of Lexington Police Officer Bryan Durman in 2010 was denied parole on Tuesday.

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.

Man Accused Of Poisoning His Wife’s Coffee Pleads Guilty To Lesser Charge

A Madison County man accused of putting poison in his wife's coffee pleaded guilty Thursday to attempted manslaughter, according to a report in the Lexington Herald-Leader.

Man Found Guilty In Manslaughter Case

A jury in Laurel County found Christopher Caudill, 32, guilty of second degree manslaughter in the death of Willie Smith.

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Fayette County to continue online learning through at least Feb. 12

The decision to continue remote learning came after consulting with the health department.

Couple accused of dumping body in garbage can at their home

Clay Phillips and Tawna Miller were charged with abuse of a corpse and tampering with evidence, according to Nicholasville Police.
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Mixed response to Mayor Gorton’s positive ‘State of the City’ speech

Lexington Mayor Linda Gorton says even though coronavirus still has a tight grip on the city, she wants to focus on future growth.

New honorary roadside sign installed to recognize a WWII Veteran

A honorary roadside sign was installed in Jessamine County.