Lawyer who ran $550 million Social Security fraud scam cuts monitoring device, goes on run
The Kentucky lawyer who led one of the biggest Social Security frauds in history removed his electronic monitoring device and appears to be on the… READ MORE
Court Rules Kentucky Print Shop Has Right to Avoid Making Gay Pride T-shirts
A Kentucky appellate court on Friday ruled that the Christian owner of a printing shop in Lexington had the right to refuse to make T-shirts… READ MORE
Kentucky machete attack: Suspect asked campus victims about their politics, student says
A man has been arrested for a machete attack on the campus of Transylvania University in Kentucky.
Authorities say 19-year-old Mitchell Adkins was arrested following… READ MORE
When horse diapers and freedom of religion collide
Horse diapers have been thrust into the debate over religious freedom.
Two Amish men in Auburn, Ky., filed a lawsuit last month saying a city… READ MORE
Kentucky lawmakers pass ‘right-to-work’ legislation
Republican lawmakers in Kentucky passed a bill on Saturday making it the 27th U.S. state to allow workers the right to work in union-represented shops… READ MORE
Judge denies request to halt Confederate monument removal
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — A federal judge has denied a last-minute request to stop Louisville officials from moving a Confederate monument to a nearby town.
The… READ MORE
Bill Clinton Mocks ‘The Coal People’ In West Virginia, Kentucky For Supporting Trump [VIDEO]
Speaking in Homewood, PA on Friday, Bill Clinton criticized the “coal people” in West Virginia for supporting Donald Trump.
Clinton added that “they all voted… READ MORE
Judge dismisses lawsuits against Kim Davis over marriage licenses
A federal judge has thrown out three lawsuits against the Kentucky county clerk who went to jail for refusing to issue marriage licenses to same-sex… READ MORE
Republican Bevin wins Kentucky governor’s race
Republican Matt Bevin easily won Kentucky’s governorship on Tuesday as the GOP made major inroads in a state that had stubbornly resisted the party at… READ MORE
Pope’s meeting with Kentucky clerk divides public after U.S. visit
A Kentucky county clerk who had been jailed for refusing to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples secretly met Pope Francis in a move that… READ MORE