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Court upholds earlier ruling in disability benefits case

Hundreds of people in Appalachia are closer to having their disability benefits restored after a federal appeals court upheld an earlier decision.

KY attorney general opposing federal ruling on health care law

Andy Beshear says the ruling will have devastating effects on Kentucky, and could impact the health care of over 1.3 million Kentuckians.

Kentucky Supreme Court upholds ‘Right to Work’ Law

The Kentucky Supreme Court has ruled Kentucky's 'Right to Work' law is constitutional.

Kentucky judge blocks certification of ‘Marsy’s Law’ vote

A judge has ordered election officials in Kentucky not to certify the results of an upcoming referendum on whether to change the state's constitution to guarantee the rights of crime victims.

Judge denies Gov. Bevin’s request to depose plaintiffs in pension lawsuit

The fight over whether or not the new public pension law is legal raged on in court Monday.

Kentucky AG office rules Bevin must release pension analysis

Attorney General's Office rules Bevin administration should release to the public a document showing how much Bevin's pension reform proposal would cost.

Judge rules for, against Kentucky political rivals

A Kentucky judge says the state's Republican governor can reorganize some government boards when the legislature is not in session, but he can't write new laws.

Court stays order striking down medical review panel law

The Kentucky Court of Appeals has stayed a lower court's ruling striking down a state law requiring a panel of doctors to review medical malpractice cases before going to trial.

Court: Trump can seek to have protester lawsuit dismissed

A federal court says attorneys for President Donald Trump can seek the dismissal of a lawsuit that accuses him of ordering supporters to rough up protesters at a Kentucky rally.

Bevin’s administration ordered to pay opponent’s legal costs

Gov. Matt Bevin's office has been ordered by a federal judge to reimburse legal fees and travel expenses incurred by Planned Parenthood in an ongoing legal fight involving abortion.

Judge: University should let attorney general view documents

A judge has ordered Kentucky State University to let the attorney general examine some documents about alleged sexual misconduct of some of the school's employees.

Judge rules Kentucky county liable for handcuffed children

A federal judge says it was unreasonable for a Kentucky sheriff's deputy to handcuff two unruly elementary school students and has ruled the county government is liable for the officer's conduct.

Kentucky judge says police must use subpoena to seek video

A Kentucky television station says a judge has ruled that police must seek a subpoena to try to obtain unedited video of an interview with a suspect.

Federal judge grants buffer zone in front of abortion clinic ahead of week long protest

The city of Louisville is preparing for what's scheduled to be a week long protest of the EMW Women's Clinic, the last abortion clinic in the state.

Ruling: Refusal to print gay pride shirts not discrimination

A divided Kentucky appeals court panel has ruled that a Lexington business did not discriminate against an organization by refusing to print T-shirts for a gay rights festival.

Judge declines to suppress evidence in whiskey-theft case

A judge has denied a motion to suppress evidence that led to a distillery worker being accused of masterminding a long-running whiskey theft ring in bourbon country.

Judge halts shutdown of last Kentucky abortion clinic

A federal judge has halted the impending shutdown of the only clinic in Kentucky that performs abortions.

Kentucky court strikes down panhandling ordinance

The Lexington Herald-Leader is reporting that an ordinance that prohibited begging and soliciting on Lexington streets and intersections was struck down Thursday by the Supreme Court.

US Appeals Court Refuses to Reinstate Trump’s Ban on Travelers from Seven Muslim-Majority Nations

US appeals court refuses to reinstate Trump's ban on travelers from seven Muslim-majority nations .

Ruling to Set Aside Manslaughter, Arson Conviction Appealed

A western Kentucky prosecutor is appealing a judge's ruling to set aside the conviction of a man accused of setting a fire that killed his young son.

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