Kentucky Legislative Ethics Commission chairman George Troutman said on Wednesday, July 21, 2017, that the panel will appeal a federal judge's ruling that would let lobbyists give gifts and campaign donations to the lawmakers they're trying to influence.
Rev. Alan Hoyle, a spokesman for a group of Amish people from Bath Co., defends Amish salve maker Samuel A Girod, who faces federal prison time for selling improperly labeled salve on June 20, 2017, in Frankfort, Ky. Hoyle is not a member of the Amish faith.
Mark Nickolas, who ran a controversial political blog called BluegrassReport.org in Kentucky a decade ago, explains why he is returning to Kentucky politics as the campaign manager for Amy McGrath, a Democrat who is expected to soon announce her run for Central Kentucky's 6th Congressional District.
FBI Special Agent In Charge Amy Hess briefs the press on developments in the case against former attorney Eric Conn. Conn pled guilty to one of the largest disability-fraud cases in the nation's history. After pleading guilty and before sentencing Conn disabled his tracking device and has been on the lam ever since.
Dan Canon, a Louisville attorney who represents several people suing to overturn Kentucky's ban on medical marijuana, says the Kentucky Constitution guarantees a right to privacy and to be free of arbitrary police powers.
Amy Stalker says she had more control over her own health when she lived in Colorado, where marijuana can be legally prescribed as medicine. Stalker now lives in Kentucky, where medical use of marijuana is banned.
Children at the Tates Creek branch public library are taught the basics of creating comics in Comics 101 and Manga 101 classes by Cindy Butor, the Book Van coordinator for the Lexington public libraries.