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UPDATE: Man convicted in homicide but pardoned must stay in jail

Patrick Baker faces life in prison or the death penalty if convicted in federal court. He maintains his innocence.

UPDATE: Man indicted for murder in two-year-old stabbing case

39-year old Edward Gravely was indicted Tuesday by a Franklin County Grand Jury, according to Frankfort Police.

UPDATE: Arrest made in deadly shooting in Harlan County

28-year old Matthew Clutts, of Evarts, was arrested Tuesday and charged with murder, according to KSP.

Tennessee dad wanted for murder caught in Stanford

Arrested in Stanford in connection with Tennessee cases.

Woman charged in Butler County homicide

43-year old Samantha Stewart, of Morgantown, was charged with murder and tampering with physical evidence, according to KSP.

Man indicted for murder in woman’s May 2019 disappearance

He already had been jailed on rape, kidnapping and sodomy charges.

KSP arrest 36-year-old woman for murder

MCCREARY COUNTY, Ky.(WTVQ) - Kentucky State Police are investigating a fatal shooting that occurred outside a residence on Marshes Sidings Rd. in McCreary County...

Lexington homicide suspect arrested after police chase

Caelan Gills led police on a chase from Louisville to Lexington on Friday, according to police.

UPDATE: New evidence released in Lexington woman’s homicide

Ava Creech was found dead in her apartment after being reported missing last September.

Slain Scott County mom remembered with balloon release, candle-light vigil

Vigil comes on what would have been 34tth birthday.

Victim privacy bill moves to state Senate

Bill would shield some things from open records.

Woman charged with murder, arson in boyfriend’s death

Fire occurred Wednesday, Jan. 27, 2021

Pennsylvania murder suspect caught after chase

Chase went through Nelson County, ended in Hardin County.

UPDATE: Police say mother admits to killing her baby

Sammantha Moore told police she killed her baby because she felt someone was hurting him, and if she killed him, no one else could hurt him, according to the Lexington Herald-Leader.

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