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Tuesday, March 2, 2021
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Victim privacy bill moves to state Senate

Bill would shield some things from open records.

Ruling: County official violated Open Records Act

The records request stemmed from a controversy over Marshall County's 911 center.

Judge: Lexington must release info on its surveillance cameras

A judge ordered that Lexington must release information about its surveillance cameras and the policies surrounding their use after it sued an activist to stop the release of documents.

City of Lexington sues man over police surveillance video request

A Lexington man is being sued by the city after he filed an open records request for documents about surveillance cameras, owned and operated by the Lexington Police Department.

Kentucky judge rules university violated open records law

A Kentucky judge says the University of Kentucky shouldn't have withheld documents about a failed business deal from the Lexington Herald-Leader.

AG seeks to intervene in open records case

Kentucky Attorney General Andy Beshear wants to join in an open records dispute between Kentucky State University and a student newspaper.

AG: State Police Violated Open Records Law in Bodycam Case

The Kentucky attorney general's office says state police violated the state's open records law by refusing to turn over a copy of bodycam video from a fatal shooting involving a suspect and Russellville police.

UPDATE: Governor Matt Bevin Releases Emails After House Speaker Sues

The Democratic speaker of the Kentucky House of Representatives has sued the state's Republican governor for refusing to release 13 pages of emails relating to a road project in Jessamine County.

UK sues Herald-Leader in open records case over failed deal

The University of Kentucky is suing the Lexington Herald-Leader in order to avoid revealing documents about a failed business deal between UK HealthCare and a Hazard cardiology firm.

AG intervenes in university suit against school paper

On Wednesday, Attorney General Andy Beshear announced his intention to intervene in the University of Kentucky's lawsuit against its student newspaper, the Kentucky Kernel.

UK to appeal open records and open meetings violations

The University of Kentucky will appeal an opinion that determined the school violated the state's Open Records Act and the Open Meetings Act.

Appeals court rules in favor of papers in open-records case

Kentucky's Court of Appeals has ruled in favor of two newspapers in a sharply worded opinion that found the state unlawfully denied access to records documenting child abuse. The ruling orders the agency to pay about $1 million in legal fees and penalties.

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