This issue has already been heatedly debated for nearly a year with multiple public hearings and hours of comments, both for and against the project.
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Allowing citizens to post whatever they want on Gov. Matt Bevin's social media accounts, including obscenities and off-topic comments, is "the height of absurdity," Bevin’s attorneys argued in federal court records filed Monday.
Louisville prosecutors last year ended a long-standing practice of publicly filing evidence in criminal cases. Now two defense attorneys say the change is being abused.
Brandon Lawrence started his attempted murder arraignment Friday morning by laughing at his original $250,000 bond, but by the time the hearing was over, that bond had been doubled.
The independent report shows 22 priests had at least one report of substantiated abuse.
A Delaware judge has ruled that John Schnatter is entitled to corporate records that the company has refused to turn over to him
A new court in Clark County, Indiana, is aiming to slow down the revolving door of repeat offenders and break the cycle of incarceration.
Kids approached the judge with their dolls and stuffed animals, and pledged to love and take care of them.
During the hearing, the judge accused President Trump’s first national security adviser, Michael Flynn of selling out his country.
A Bath County grand jury indicted Judge Beth Maze, who represents Bath, Rowan, Montgomery and Menifee counties. All three charges are felonies.