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Eric Connvideo

‘Everybody knew he would run,’ some say of disgraced lawyer

Some clients of an eastern Kentucky disability attorney who pleaded guilty to bilking $600 million from taxpayers say they are not surprised he has disappeared one month before his sentencing.
Amish, Crossing

Trial set for Amish over horse poop-catching bag violations

A trial date has been set for members of an Amish community in Kentucky cited for violating a local ordinance requiring horses to wear excrement-catching bags.

Popular Mammoth Cave trail now has safer footing for tours

Mammoth Cave officials say a popular trail tour has been running twice a day after a project making it safer finished.

Trial delayed for men accused in Officer Ellis’ death

Two men, accused after a Richmond police officer's murder, will not go to trial for more than a year.

Defense Attorney asks for more time to prepare for Daniel Ellis Murder Trial

The trial for the murder of Richmond Police Officer Daniel Ellis was scheduled to begin in July, but could be delayed for at least another year.

Janitor convicted in co-worker’s slaying seeks new trial

A janitor serving life behind bars for the murder of his co-worker at a biotech company is hoping for a retrial because of new evidence.

Man accused of eating girlfriend to get mental evaluations

A southern Indiana man accused of killing his former girlfriend and eating parts of her body in 2014 will undergo psychiatric evaluations, despite his insistence that he's competent for trial.

Body of teen hit by train 96 years ago to be exhumed

Officials are going to exhume the body of an unidentified teenage boy who died nearly a century ago after being struck by a train in Georgetown.
anthony barbour

Kentucky Man Convicted of Reckless Homicide in Girl’s Death

A Kentucky man has been convicted of reckless homicide in the death of his former girlfriend's 2-year-old daughter, whose body was disposed of in a well.

The Latest: Jurors Convict Dylann Roof in Church Slayings

The Latest on the federal death penalty trial of Dylann Roof, who was convicted of killing nine black people during a South Carolina church Bible study.
anthony barbour

UPDATE: Girl’s Body Found in Well: Trial Opens for Kentucky Man

A trial is underway for a man accused of killing his former girlfriend's 2-year-old daughter and disposing of her body inside a well in Barren County.

UPDATE: Guilty: Father Murdered Infant Son While Driving on Highway

A man spotted fatally beating his 4-month-old son while driving down a highway has been convicted of murder.
Joseph Hemmerlevideo

UPDATE: Priest Convicted in ’70s Summer Camp Case

A Louisville priest has been convicted of one count of sexual abuse and found not guilty of a second count.
R. Joseph Hemmerle

UPDATE: Louisville Priest Denies Alleged Abuse at 1970s Camp

A Louisville priest accused of sexually abusing a man who attended a Catholic summer camp in the 1970s says he did not abuse the man, who was 10 at the time.

Doctor Who Performed Unnecessary Procedures Wants New Trial

A Kentucky doctor convicted of performing unnecessary heart procedures on dozens of patients is asking for a new trial.
Exantus, Ronaldvideo

Judge: Man who fatally stabbed boy competent for trial

A judge has ruled that an Indiana man is competent to stand trial in the fatal stabbing of a 6-year-old boy in central Kentucky.
Kenneth Keith

UPDATE: Keith Attorneys File Motion to Suppress Evidence

Kenneth Keith, accused in the murders of Mike and Angela Hockensmith, and Dan Smith at the ABC Gold, Games, and More pawn shop in Danville back in 2013 appeared in a Boyle County Court on Tuesday.

Kentucky man sentenced in VA fraud case in West Virginia

An eastern Kentucky man has been sentenced to two years in federal prison and ordered to pay more than $789,000 in restitution for exaggerating his vision loss to receive Veterans Health Administration benefits.

UPDATE: Jury acquits 2 men accused of killing 2 prostitutes in 1994

Two men, including a former police officer, have been acquitted in the slayings of two western Kentucky brothel workers 22 years ago.
Lisa Kearney

Woman accused of fleeing to Kentucky after murder found incompetent

A judge has found a central Minnesota woman incompetent to stand trial on charges she killed her father before fleeing to Kentucky.

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