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Cincinnati man pleads guilty in fentanyl near-death case

A Cincinnati man will serve 25 years in federal prison, after admitting in federal court that he sold fentanyl to a woman in northern Kentucky who overdosed, but survived after receiving medical treatment.

Central Kentucky Man Pleads Guilty to Killing Father

A central Kentucky man charged with murder in the beating death of his father has reached a plea agreement to reduced charges.

Man Pleads Guilty to Driving through Memorial Day Crosses

A Henderson man has pleaded guilty to driving through a Memorial Day cross display.

Wife of alleged bourbon ringleader enters plea

A woman whose husband is accused of being the ringleader of a long-running whiskey theft ring in Kentucky has entered a plea to a couple of drug-related charges.

Man accused of shooting girlfriend pleads not guilty

A Scottsville man who made a public apology on Facebook minutes before the mother of his infant child was shot to death has pleaded not guilty to a murder charge.

UPDATE: Boyle County woman sentenced in toddler’s death

A Parksville woman has been sentenced to five years in prison after being accused of killing her 3-year-old step-granddaughter.

Man pleads not guilty to putting glass shards in cups

A Kentucky man accused of placing shards of glass in a shipment of Styrofoam cups to be sent to fast-food restaurants has pleaded not guilty.

Bowling Green man pleads guilty in 3-year-old’s death

A Bowling Green man has pleaded guilty in the death of a 3-year-old boy.

Ex-substitute teacher pleads not guilty to sex charges

A female former substitute teacher in Kentucky accused of having sex with two male students has pleaded not guilty.

Parents charged in death of 7-week old twin plead not guilty

A Laurel County couple accused of killing one of their babies, pleaded not guilty in court.

Man pleads not guilty to killing woman found in container

A south-central Kentucky man has pleaded not guilty to killing a woman whose body was found in a container floating in the Green River.

Indicted Clay County officials plead not guilty to charges

Clay County Judge-Executive Joe Lewis Asher and county road foreman Buford Jarvis have pleaded not guilty to charges related to public corruption.

Ex-Morgan County judge-executive’s appeal dismissed

A federal appeals panel has dismissed former Morgan County Judge-Executive Tim Conley's challenge to his guilty plea and sentence in a corruption case.

Former color guard instructor pleads guilty to sex abuse

A former color guard instructor at an Owensboro high school will be sentenced to five years in prison after having been accused of sexually abusing several male and female students over three years.

Attorney General plans to file state charges against his former chief deputy

Kentucky’s Democratic attorney general says he will prosecute his former chief deputy in state court following his guilty plea to federal bribery charges.

Caretaker of veteran found dead pleads guilty to fraud

A woman has pleaded guilty to credit card fraud in a case involving the body of a 55-year-old Air Force veteran found under a Dalton home.

2 plead guilty in Laurel Co. drug investigation

Two people pleaded guilty on Thursday in U.S. Federal Court in connection to drug investigations initiated by the Laurel Co. Sheriff.

Former auto parts executive pleads guilty to price fixing

A former automotive parts executive has been sentenced to 18 months in prison for conspiring to fix prices and rig bids for the sale of sealing products to automakers.

Former La Grange pastor pleads guilty in child sex case

A former pastor has pleaded guilty to sex crimes after admitting to having paid sex with a child on multiple occasions.

Disability attorney pleads not guilty to fraud

Lawyers for a Kentucky attorney and a psychologist charged in a disability scheme have entered not guilty pleas in federal court for their clients.

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