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Juvenile justice agency launches community supervision fund

Juvenile justice officials in Kentucky are launching an incentive fund for local programs that supervise young offenders in the community.

Governor restores civil rights to 284 Kentuckians

Governor Bevin restored the right to vote and hold public office to 284 prior offenders who have completed their respective sentences and have applied for restoration of their civil rights.

Committee OKs bill making it easier for felons to get jobs

A Senate committee has advanced legislation aimed at making it easier for Kentuckians with criminal records to land jobs in an effort to reduce the state's prison population.

State Juvenile Justice Officials Encourage Local Initiatives

Juvenile justice officials in Kentucky are encouraging local initiatives to keep low-level juvenile offenders out of the criminal justice system.

Bill aims to crackdown on repeat DUI offenders

Representative Jim DuPlessis (R-Elizabethtown) has pre-filed a bill that will eliminate the loop hole of people who receive multiple “first” offense penalties.

Sex offenders having hard time finding places to live

Advocates for sex offenders who need medical care say a state law that requires them to have a legal residence to go to before they're released from prison is keeping them behind bars because they can't find places to live.

Department Of Corrections Launches New Website

The Department of Corrections launched a newly enhanced version of the Kentucky Offender Online Lookup (KOOL) system.

Department Of Corrections Launches New Website

The Department of Corrections launched a newly enhanced version of the Kentucky Offender Online Lookup (KOOL) system.

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Morehead honors more than 1,500 with virtual graduation

Ceremony pays tribute to sprig, summer fall accomplishments.

Fatal accident blocks Boonesboro Road at Clark-Madison line

Accident happened early Saturday morning.

UPDATE: Condolences roll in paying tribute to Caulk

Manny Caulk went on medical leave less than a week ago.
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