More Videos

Can Bevin turn the 'sacred cows' of Kentucky's tax code into hamburger? 2:01

Can Bevin turn the 'sacred cows' of Kentucky's tax code into hamburger?

'Better than most.' Bevin touts 401(K) plan for future public workers. 0:33

'Better than most.' Bevin touts 401(K) plan for future public workers.

Always talkative Bruce Pearl mum on FBI investigation 1:38

Always talkative Bruce Pearl mum on FBI investigation

Calipari: Wenyen Gabriel is one of three best players on team 1:01

Calipari: Wenyen Gabriel is one of three best players on team

Becoming 'Mr. Social Security': The bizarre story of fugitive lawyer Eric Conn 2:30

Becoming 'Mr. Social Security': The bizarre story of fugitive lawyer Eric Conn

Viral video: Coal miner sings national anthem before crew goes underground
0:59

Viral video: Coal miner sings national anthem before crew goes underground

Here's how the NCAA basketball bribery schemes worked 1:47

Here's how the NCAA basketball bribery schemes worked

Louisville suspends Jurich, Pitino 11:31

Louisville suspends Jurich, Pitino

Auditor: Former county official made 'numerous improper payments to herself' 1:19

Auditor: Former county official made 'numerous improper payments to herself'

Watch clips from some of the movies and shows Kentucky taxpayers helped fund 1:33

Watch clips from some of the movies and shows Kentucky taxpayers helped fund

  • Man acquitted of murder discusses what the charges, jail time cost him

    William Anderson was charged with murder in the 2011 death of Bob Wiggins in Bell County. In 2016, Anderson was acquitted of all charges. During the years he was held in jail before trial, Anderson's children grew and some of his immediate family members died. On Monday, Anderson and his attorney announced that he had filed a lawsuit against the police agencies that charged him.

William Anderson was charged with murder in the 2011 death of Bob Wiggins in Bell County. In 2016, Anderson was acquitted of all charges. During the years he was held in jail before trial, Anderson's children grew and some of his immediate family members died. On Monday, Anderson and his attorney announced that he had filed a lawsuit against the police agencies that charged him. Morgan Eads meads@herald-leader.com
William Anderson was charged with murder in the 2011 death of Bob Wiggins in Bell County. In 2016, Anderson was acquitted of all charges. During the years he was held in jail before trial, Anderson's children grew and some of his immediate family members died. On Monday, Anderson and his attorney announced that he had filed a lawsuit against the police agencies that charged him. Morgan Eads meads@herald-leader.com

Police fabricated evidence, bullied witness to frame man for murder, lawsuit says

May 22, 2017 5:21 PM

More Videos

Can Bevin turn the 'sacred cows' of Kentucky's tax code into hamburger? 2:01

Can Bevin turn the 'sacred cows' of Kentucky's tax code into hamburger?

'Better than most.' Bevin touts 401(K) plan for future public workers. 0:33

'Better than most.' Bevin touts 401(K) plan for future public workers.

Always talkative Bruce Pearl mum on FBI investigation 1:38

Always talkative Bruce Pearl mum on FBI investigation

Calipari: Wenyen Gabriel is one of three best players on team 1:01

Calipari: Wenyen Gabriel is one of three best players on team

Becoming 'Mr. Social Security': The bizarre story of fugitive lawyer Eric Conn 2:30

Becoming 'Mr. Social Security': The bizarre story of fugitive lawyer Eric Conn

Viral video: Coal miner sings national anthem before crew goes underground
0:59

Viral video: Coal miner sings national anthem before crew goes underground

Here's how the NCAA basketball bribery schemes worked 1:47

Here's how the NCAA basketball bribery schemes worked

Louisville suspends Jurich, Pitino 11:31

Louisville suspends Jurich, Pitino

Auditor: Former county official made 'numerous improper payments to herself' 1:19

Auditor: Former county official made 'numerous improper payments to herself'

Watch clips from some of the movies and shows Kentucky taxpayers helped fund 1:33

Watch clips from some of the movies and shows Kentucky taxpayers helped fund

  • Can Bevin turn the 'sacred cows' of Kentucky's tax code into hamburger?

    Each year, Kentucky gives away more tax revenue through loopholes and incentive programs than it actually collects. Gov. Matt Bevin promised earlier this year to turn some of these "sacred cows" of Kentucky's tax code into hamburger, but that's easier said than done. Here's why.