Authorities in Richmond have charged an Eastern Kentucky University student with terroristic threatening after a note was found on a dorm refrigerator. According to the Richmond Register, 18-year-old Jacob A. Walker was booked into the Madison County Detention Center Monday night.
The remains of a Louisville soldier who has been missing since the Vietnam War have been identified and will be buried this week in Arlington National Cemetery. The Defense Department says Army Sgt. John R. Jones will be buried Thursday with full military honors.
An Iranian national and a U.S. citizen who worked as an airline pilot have pleaded guilty in a plot aimed at illegally shipping aircraft and parts to Iran for civilian use. Federal authorities say both men face up to 40 years in prison and fines of $500,000 following their guilty pleas to a two-count indictment unsealed before their hearing Monday in federal court in Louisville, Ky.
The Drug Enforcement Administration is warning the public about scam artists who pose as DEA agents to try to extort money or get personal information. Authorities say the scam frequently targets those who have purchased drugs over the phone or internet.
Child advocates say more foster and adoptive families are needed for the more than 1,800 children in state custody. Homes are especially needed for older and special needs children. Lisa Autry has this interview.