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High profile court cases in Fayette County go before a judge

Some high profile court cases went before a judge in Lexington on Friday.

New details in shooting that critically injured 9 year-old boy

Alberto Contreras, accused in a shooting that critically injured a nine-year-old boy, pleaded not guilty in court Monday via video conference, as new details emerged about the day the shooting occurred.

Ex-eastern Kentucky mine inspector pleads guilty to bribery

A former state mine inspector has pleaded guilty in federal court to taking bribes from former Kentucky lawmaker Keith Hall.

Inmate nicknamed ‘Rambo’ pleads guilty in plot to kill agent

A former U.S. soldier known as "Rambo" faces 10 years in prison to life after pleading guilty in New York to conspiring to kill a federal agent.

Judge Denies Nunn’s Request to Withdraw Guilty Plea

A Fayette County judge today denied Steve Nunn's request to withdraw a guilty plea and set aside the sentence.

Nunn’s request to have guilty plea withdrawn is rejected

Former state lawmaker Steve Nunn has lost his bid to withdraw his guilty plea in the 2009 shooting death of his ex-fiancee.

UPDATE: Morgan Co. Judge-Executive Pleads Guilty To Fraud

Tim Conley of Morgan County was hailed by many as a hero for leading the rebuilding efforts in West Liberty after it was devastated by a tornado two years ago. Conley stood before a federal judge Tuesday and admitted that he used that tragedy for his own personal gain.

Morgan County Judge Executive Guilty Fraud Plea Expected

The Morgan County judge executive accused of bid rigging may have had a change of heart. Tim Conley is scheduled for re-arraignment to change his plea to guilty Tuesday at 2 p.m.

Man pleads not guilty in motorcycle club shooting

A man has pleaded not guilty to fatally shooting another man and wounding two others at an eastern Kentucky motorcycle club.

Former Pastor Accepts Plea Deal to Sex Abuse Charges

A former Wayne County pastor who had been indicted on 13 counts of rape in 2011 accepted a plea deal Tuesday.

Lexington Man Pleads ‘Not Guilty’ To Raping A Minor

23-year-old Christian Warta of Lexington pleaded 'not guilty' Tuesday to rape and sodomy charges.

Judge Rejects Plea Deal for Man Accused of Hitting Friend with Van

A man accused of hitting a friend with his van while driving it in reverse has had his plea deal rejected by a Montgomery County judge.

Guilty Plea Allows Dogs To Be Put Up For Adoption

A guilty plea from a Frankfort woman, who was hoarding dogs, allows the Franklin Humane Society to put the dogs up for adoption.

Richie Farmer Pleads Guilty

The former UK Basketball player plead guilty in federal court Friday to misusing state funds for his own personal use.

Lexington Man Pleads Guilty To Murdering His Own Dad

Police say Verdis Kyle Pennington III shot his dad in the head at his home in Lexington in November of 2010.

Family Of Victim In Bass Webb Murder Case Wants Justice

The case of Bryia Runiewicz's murder should have come to a close with the sentencing of Bass Webb. Instead, he asked to withdraw his guilty plea.

Man Accused Of Woman’s Murder Pleads Not Guilty

Christopher Allman, 28, is accused of killing Sarah Hart, 31, in Russell County.

Winchester Man Pleads Guilty To Daughter’s Murder

Patrick Watkins pleaded guilty to the murder of his 10-year-old daughter, Michaela.

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Sports fans tired of the back and forth: Reaction after Fayette Co. moves to ‘orange zone’

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