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Beshear: Clinton Co. man pleads guilty after shooting gun in home of estranged wife, child

Attorney General Andy Beshear and his Office of Special Prosecutions say a Clinton County man has pleaded guilty to wanton endangerment, criminal mischief and terroristic threatening.

Exantus Trial Day 4: Former Co-workers testify on behalf of Ronald Exantus

On Wednesday jurors heard from several witnesses, including old colleagues of Exantus'.

Ex-UK board chairman on trial for rape has dementia

Mental health experts for the prosecution and defense say a former University of Kentucky board chairman who allegedly sexually assaulted a home care worker has a form of dementia that will worsen over time.

Prosecutors cracking down on drug dealers

An effort to crack down on drug dealers in Kentucky seems to be working according to law enforcement.

Prosecutor in Amish man’s murder trial seeks state’s help

The Missouri Attorney General's office is helping with the prosecution of an Amish minister from Kentucky charged in his wife's 2006 death in Missouri.

Kentucky court rules in underage sex case involving teens

Kentucky's Supreme Court has weighed in on a case involving a 15-year-old boy who was charged with a felony after having consensual sex with his 13-year-old girlfriend.

Bill would let overdose victims avoid prosecution

Republican lawmakers have proposed a bill that would allow some people who overdose on heroin or witness an overdose to avoid charges if they immediately seek help from public safety officials.

Prosecution Seeking Death Penalty in Danville Triple Shooting

A Burnside pastor accused of killing three people in a Danville pawn shop in September may be put to death if the Commonwealth's attorney gets his way.

Roe Trial Continues Tuesday With Focus On Gun

Before the prosecution rested Tuesday, they focused on a piece of evidence officials said was found in Marty Roe's vehicle.

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Paul files measure to pay for part of relief spending

Measure would freeze discretionary spending for three years.

Postal service takes COVID financial beating, denies slowing mail

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