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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.
A hearing is scheduled August 14 for Betts to accept the sentence or go to trial.
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.
Kentucky's attorney general ruled the records must be released, but a state police attorney calls that decision 'erroneous.'
Locked up since he was 17 for a murder and robbery he claims he had nothing to do with, Mikel Crumes is not scheduled to be released from prison until 2041.
The changes, outlined in policy documents obtained by WDRB News, reflect the department’s efforts to improve relations with the broader community. The department has not yet made the guidelines public, but Conrad is scheduled to discuss them at a press conference Friday.
They are also asking that the name of the page's creator be revealed.
Kentucky's governor has blocked nearly 3,000 people, according to new filings in a federal lawsuit this week.
The next day, the school resource officer testified, he saw 18-year-old student Shunka Campbell at about noon standing across the street from the school with a loaded handgun in his pocket and 50 rounds of ammo