A newspaper in Barren County is continuing its fight for records of a jail investigation. The Glasgow Daily Times reports that its latest legal filing argues local officials willfully withheld the records and the county should pay the newspaper's legal fees.
Military prosecutors have dismissed charges of larceny and selling military property for the sale of body armor against a Fort Knox soldier. The charges against Staff Sgt. Hunter Perry were dismissed on Wednesday, according to a memorandum signed by the Army installation's commanding general Maj. Gen. Jefforey Smith, the same day that his court-martial was scheduled to begin.
Some Tennessee legislators are irate following revelations that state parole officials claimed they were supervising felons who later turned out to be dead. Two of those parole officers were not arrested after they were caught falsifying some of those dead felons’ files.
An open records dispute between city officials in Owensboro and the town's newspaper is headed to the Kentucky Court of Appeals. The Messenger-Inquirer reports that city commissioners voted Tuesday night to appeal a circuit judge's opinion that the city must release two internal investigations it opened last year against former police spokeswoman Marian Cosgrove.
Those who want to report a crime tip to KSP can now do it using a confidential text. The program is called "Text A Tip" and state police say it'll have many benefits. Nationwide, text a tip programs are being promoted in schools to report weapon threats and reduce bullying.
The speed limit has been increased from 55 mph to 65 mph on the highway between Bowling Green and Cadiz. Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear said the decision was made only after studies by highway engineers that showed the road could safely handle faster traffic flows. He said the highway has wide shoulders, a wide median, partially controlled access and a few traffic lights.
The Associated Press reports that a cargo ship which once carried tanks in the D-Day invasion has run aground in a river in western Kentucky. U.S. Coast Guard officials received a report Monday night that the LST-325 became stuck in the Cumberland River as it was headed back to Evansville, Indiana.
A judge has ordered a Christians-only health care ministry to cease operations in Kentucky unless it can get approval from the state Department of Insurance.
Franklin County Circuit Judge Thomas Wingate entered that ruling Tuesday against Medi-Share, a Florida-based cost-sharing ministry that helps pay medical bills for churchgoers who pledge to live Christian lives that include no smoking, drinking, using drugs or engaging in sex outside of marriage.
The U.S. Supreme Court has declined to take up the case of a Kentucky death row inmate awaiting execution for the slaying of three people in Adair County in 1993. The high court on Monday issued its decision without comment on the appeal brought by 39-year-old William Harry Meece.
A duffel bag found in a Somerset cemetary is raising concerns about possible illegal meth production. Somerset Police Sgt. Mike Correll says someone left the satchel at the Somerset City Cemetary over the weekend. Authorities found multiple components needed to make methamphetamine in the bag. Correll called the discovery a chilling sign of what could be the new place to hide active meth labs.