The Benedictine Sisters of St. Walburg Monastery in Villa Hills said 125 rings and cash were stolen from them recently while they were preparing for the funeral of one of the nuns. Police are investigating.
Kentucky is one of the last states to make its driver licenses comply with the 2005 Real ID Act. They will be more secure, especially if terrorists are as confused about how to get one as the rest of us are.
Prestonsburg’s former mayor, Jerry Fannin, was sentenced to probation and a fine in connection with a case in which he was found guilty of using city funds to support his semi-professional football team.
A baby was found abandoned in a box at a Kentucky fire station Saturday morning. The Warren County sheriff’s office said a “good Samaritan” stopped at the Gott Fire Station on Porter Pike in Bowling Green and noticed the infant.
Kentucky Republican Rep. Andy Barr’s statement comparing his public service in Congress to his opponent’s military service met with a hail of criticism from Democrats — and a group that has endorsed both Democrats and Republicans for Congress.
A jury has awarded $300,000 to police officer in Kentucky who filed a whistleblower lawsuit against his department, saying he was demoted for challenging police leadership and sharing information with local government leaders.
A former Lexington bishop acted “appropriately and definitively” to remove from church two abusive priests, according to new diocesan remarks disputing a Pennsylvania grand jury account of his role in a coverup of clergy sexual misconduct.
The $240,000-a-year contract Gov. Matt Bevin’s administration had with Daniel Dumas to be a special adviser to the state on adoption and foster care was invalid, Attorney General Andy Beshear said Thursday in a legal opinion.
Thomas C. Steuart, 36, is facing three counts of sexual abuse, with two of the charges involving a victim under 12 years old, according to court records. The incidents that the charges stemmed from occurred at his home, according to court documents.
Sgt. Jervis Middleton was charged last Tuesday with second-degree official misconduct, according to a statement released Sunday by police spokeswoman Brenna Angel. He is accused of using police resources to get information about the victim.
Lexington's Division of Water Quality is seeking volunteers to participate in sampling the water quality of Lexington creeks. They will be holding a training session on Tuesday, August 21 to train volunteers on how to collect water samples.