PVA candidate used data service to snoop on her opponent, complaint charges
PVA candidate used data service to snoop on her opponent, complaint charges

In a case that has connections to Gov. Matt Bevin, Democratic PVA nominee Colleen Younger is accused of using a powerful data tool to look up information on her Republican opponent, John May.

Topgolf at Oxmoor makes the cut, clears planning commission
Topgolf at Oxmoor makes the cut, clears planning commission

The board unanimously approved rezoning and other requests on Thursday, sending the case to the Metro Council.

Marcus Green
Louisville judge orders public defender into custody until he can 'quiet down'
Louisville judge orders public defender into custody until he can 'quiet down'

“Your record is made, sir, and poorly made I might add so step away,” Judge McKay Chauvin said shortly before ordering attorney Ryen Schimerman into custody.

Jason Riley
JCPS hires former top Kentucky Department of Education lawyer
JCPS hires former top Kentucky Department of Education lawyer

The Jefferson County Board of Education unanimously voted to name Kevin Brown, who served as associate commissioner and general counsel at KDE before his May 30 resignation, as the district’s new general counsel

Kevin Wheatley
JCPS board will see new security force proposal by Feb. 1
JCPS board will see new security force proposal by Feb. 1

Jefferson County Public Schools Superintendent Marty Pollio said if the proposal is passed, he expects some of the new security officers will be hired in time for the 2019-20 school year.

Kevin Wheatley
Teamsters bosses resist calls to reopen UPS contract after 'no' vote
Teamsters bosses resist calls to reopen UPS contract after 'no' vote

The International Brotherhood of Teamsters is sticking to its decision to accept a five-year deal with UPS despite union members voting against it.

Chris Otts
Vote on Topgolf case set for Thursday
Vote on Topgolf case set for Thursday

A public hearing continued on Monday night but no vote was taken.

Marcus Green
JCPS will have plans ready if it seeks new taxes, Pollio says
JCPS will have plans ready if it seeks new taxes, Pollio says

The Jefferson County Board of Education Finance Committee met Thursday for the first time since JCPS and KDE finalized the corrective action plan Sept. 19, a critical piece of the district’s settlement with the state to avoid a recommended takeover.

Kevin Wheatley
Lawsuit: KSP trooper attacks man after Facebook post
Lawsuit: KSP trooper attacks man after Facebook post

Three troopers allegedly went to the man's home after he posted about being pulled over.

Jason Riley & Katrina Helmer
Court takes up ‘Marsy’s Law’ challenge weeks from election
Court takes up ‘Marsy’s Law’ challenge weeks from election

A defense attorneys group says voters will be asked to change Kentucky's constitution without enough details on the victims' rights measure.

Marcus Green
Boy's teeth broken in Olmsted North classroom attack, lawsuit claims
Boy's teeth broken in Olmsted North classroom attack, lawsuit claims

David and April Simmons say their son was jumped and assaulted by the two defendants on May 23 after the teacher left the classroom.

Kevin Wheatley
Louisville chamber of commerce backs Topgolf at Oxmoor Center
Louisville chamber of commerce backs Topgolf at Oxmoor Center

The business group says rejecting Topgolf would send an 'anti-development message' to others.

Marcus Green
Lawsuit: Shelbyville police illegally recorded attorney-client talks
Lawsuit: Shelbyville police illegally recorded attorney-client talks

The suit claims police framed a teen for assault, fabricating evidence, illegally recording him and lying under oath.

Jason Riley
Kentucky State Police sued over death of pedestrian after high-speed chase
Kentucky State Police sued over death of pedestrian after high-speed chase

“The police pursuit that caused Mr. Moore’s death violated KSP pursuit policy and just plain common sense, and shocks the conscience,” attorneys wrote in the lawsuit.

Jason Riley
Groups wanting to delay grad requirement vote misleading, Lewis says
Groups wanting to delay grad requirement vote misleading, Lewis says

Interim Education Commissioner Wayne Lewis said those calling for a delay in Wednesday's vote on proposed graduation requirements comes from those "intentionally misleading" public or incapable of understanding research on subject.

Kevin Wheatley
State education board picks Lewis as next commissioner
State education board picks Lewis as next commissioner

The board’s vote came after it approved a glowing performance review of Lewis’s first six months as interim.

Kevin Wheatley

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