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The panel that convicted James Alex Fields Jr. will hear more evidence Monday and then recommend a sentence to the judge.
A Clay County man was sentenced to 25-years in prison in a murder-fetal homicide case, according to court records.
A judge in Newport sentenced Lexington native Shayna Hubers to life in prison for murdering her boyfriend.
Shoshana Boyd reacts to the recommended sentences given in her daughter's shooting death.
A jury recommends sentences for four men convicted in connection to the shooting death of an Olympian's daughter.
A Frankfort man has been sentenced for the sexual abuse, rape, and sodomy charges he pleaded guilty to this summer.
Minor children victims involved in crimes occurring 2014-2015
After spending years building his persona as a model husband and father, Bill Cosby took an abrupt turn nearly 15 years ago with a now-infamous speech to an NAACP convention.
Bill Cosby faced the start of a sentencing hearing Monday at which a judge will decide how to punish the 81-year-old comedian who blazed the trail for other black entertainers and donated millions to black causes but preyed on at least one young woman and perhaps many more.
A Clark County man convicted of torturing, raping and kidnapping a woman will wait another month before he can be sentenced.
Rene Boucher is scheduled to be sentenced Friday.
Despite the persistent rain, dozens of supporters of Logan Tipton came out to march together into the Woodford County Courthouse, showing their support for the Tipton family and bring awareness to a new law the family is trying to get passed.
Judges sentences Exantus to 20 years for not guilty by reason of insanity.
It's the maximum, 20 years behind bars, for 28-year-old Suzanne Whitlow.
A Mt. Sterling man is sentenced to 35 years after confessing to the shooting death of an Iowa man.
A judge has sentenced Benjamin Brewer to 55 years for a crash that left six people dead in Tennessee.
A woman responsible for the 2016 deaths of a Louisville police detective and a University of Kentucky employee pleaded guilty Friday, according to court records.
A Lexington man was sentenced Monday to five years in federal prison for setting a restaurant on fire last year not long after being fired by the business, according to federal prosecutors.
A second man has been sentenced to life in prison with the chance of parole after 15 years in the fatal shooting of a coal executive at a West Virginia cemetery.
Four men charged in a conspiracy to steal and sell Army equipment have been sentenced in federal court in Tennessee.