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Justice Dept. won’t oppose probation for ex-Trump aide Flynn

In a more lenient stance than before, prosecutors say they will not oppose probation for former Trump administration national security adviser Michael Flynn.

Ex-firefighter gets probation for purposely burning building

A former Kentucky firefighter has been sentenced to probation for intentionally burning down an empty Crofton building.

White nationalist jailed for violating Kentucky probation

Matthew Heimbach, a white nationalist on probation after a run-in with a protester at a Trump rally, is in jail.

Ex-councilwoman get 3 weeks in jail for fake checks

A former Urban County councilwoman in Lexington was sentenced to three weeks in jail and three years of probation after pleading guilty to crimes related to cashing bogus payroll checks.

Beshear: Pulaski Judge Denies Somerset Doctor Shock Probation

Attorney General Andy Beshear announced that a motion for shock probation filed by a Somerset doctor has been denied.

Former Titans RB Andrews gets probation in assault case

Former Tennessee Titans running back Antonio Andrews received six months of supervised probation after making a conditional plea on a misdemeanor assault charge.

Kentucky man sentenced in jail kickback scheme

An 80-year-old Kentucky businessman who pleaded guilty in a conspiracy involving jail construction has been sentenced to probation.

KSP: Registered sex offender arrested for using social media

A registered sex offender was arrested Tuesday for using social media in violation of his probation, according to State Police.

Passed bill would end shock probation in fatal DUI crashes

A bill aimed at eliminating the option of shock probation for people convicted in fatal drunken driving crashes has cleared the Kentucky General Assembly.

Raceland Councilman to Keep Seat Despite Drug Charges

Although a majority of Raceland City Council members voted to impeach councilman Matt Abrams after he pleaded guilty to drug charges, he will remain in office.

Teens Who Left Newborn in Trash Bin Sentenced to Probation

A judge has sentenced two teen parents to probation for leaving their newborn girl in a trash bin in western Kentucky.

Agency Says UofL Probation Due to Governor’s Actions

The accrediting body for the University of Louisville says it has placed the school on probation because Republican Gov. Matt Bevin interfered with the board of trustees' decisions and did not use a "fair process for the dismissal of board members."

UofL Maintains Accreditation but Placed on 1-Year Probation

The University of Louisville says it has maintained its accreditation but will be placed on one-year probation amid turmoil in its governance.

Man accused in horse abandonment case relinquishes rights to horses

Mercer County Court says that Charles "Chuck" Borell has relinquished all rights to the 42 horses he was accused of abandoning.

Kentucky plumber gets probation in global spam case

A Kentucky plumber who says he found it "intoxicating" to be admired for his computer skills received probation for his role in an international scheme that sent out millions of spam messages.

Georgetown College accreditation placed on probation

Georgetown College has been placed on a year's probation by an accreditation association that says the school has failed to demonstrate financial stability.

2 get probation for stealing from Toys for Tots

A father and son have been sentenced to probation for stealing thousands of dollars from a Marine Corps Toys for Tots program in central Kentucky.

Former UK basketball star sentenced

Former NBA guard Rex Chapman has been sentenced to probation in a 2014 shoplifting case.

Niece of suspect in Kentucky trooper death given probation

An 18-year-old woman who admitted to being uncooperative during the investigation into the shooting death of a Kentucky state trooper will not have to serve prison time.

House passes bill that increases penalties for those who try to kill police, firefighters

The Kentucky House passed a bill that would increase the amount of time someone convicted of trying to kill a police officer or firefighter would have to serve before being eligible for parole or probation.

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Mercer County delays in-person classes, online begins Sept. 3

Superintendent Dennis Davis had to cast the tie-breaking vote after the four-member board was split 2-2, according to The Harrodsburg Herald.

Madison County pushes back start of school; will begin virtually

The Madison County Board of Education reluctantly on Thursday night voted to push the start of school to September 2, and begin the school year with online learning only.  

Lexington woman questions her positive coronavirus test

A Lexington woman says she believes her rapid coronavirus test was a false positive.

Application deadline set for FCPS Virtual Learning Academy

FCPS students who want to commit to a full semester of online learning only, must apply by noon, Tuesday, August 18.