09, Dec 2013 - Judge rules killer Eugene Gall not eligible for parole
Montgomery County Common Pleas Court Judge Gregory Singer ruled today that convicted rapist, kidnapper and murderer Eugene Gall will not receive credit against his Ohio prison sentence for 16 years served in a Kentucky prison for similar violent crimes. The decision today is a win for the Montgomery County Prosecutor's office. The office was notified recently that Gall was eligible and being ...
09, Dec 2013 - Murray, KY Appellate Judge Nickell files for re-election
Judge Shea Nickell has filed for re-election to the Kentucky Court of Appeals for Division 1 of the First Judicial District.
09, Dec 2013 - Marion, KY Ex-employees, CCA settle suit concerning overtime
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) -- A group of former employees and Nashville, Tenn.-based Corrections Corporation of America have settled a lawsuit involving allegations that the company refused to pay overtime to former shift supervisors at a private prison in Kentucky. Terms of the agreement between at least 25 people who worked at the Marion Adjustment Center in St. Mary's and the company were not ...
09, Dec 2013 - Murray, KY Judge weighing bond in fatal fire case
A southwestern Kentucky judge is weighing whether to reduce the bond for two people charged with setting a fatal fire in Hazel earlier this year.
09, Dec 2013 - Scott, KY Ky. man sentenced for scamming Scott County residents
GATE CITY — A Kentucky man was sentenced to a year in prison Monday after pleading guilty to a pair of scams, including one that bilked a 91-year-old woman out of $1,000 she paid him in 2011 to build an accessibility ramp to her bathroom.Harold Curtis Chaney, 31, of Pikeville, Ky., was given a six-year sentence with five years suspended after pleading guilty in August 2013 to two counts of ...
09, Dec 2013 - Michigan State Basketball: Spartans' Best Situational Lineups in 2013-14
Tom Izzo's love for football extends to the basketball court, and that's been seen for years through his Michigan State Spartans. Izzo loves physical ball, but he's not afraid to run an uptempo spread to keep pace with NCAA powers such as Kansas, Duke and Kentucky. More often than not, Izzo's tactics work wonders. But Dec. 4 vs. North Carolina was a different story. Then ranked No. 1, the ...
09, Dec 2013 - Killer Eugene Gall ineligible for parole, judge rules
Eugene Gall, the convicted rapist, kidnapper and murderer, will not receive credit against his Ohio prison sentence for 16 years served in a Kentucky prison for similar violent crimes, Montgomery County Common Pleas Judge Gregory Singer ruled today. The decision is a win for the Montgomery County Prosecutor's Office, which was notified recently that Gall was eligible and being considered for ...
09, Dec 2013 - Morgan County Judge-Executive arrested by FBI
An eastern Kentucky Judge-executive is in federal custody.
09, Dec 2013 - Library tax lawsuit may have wide-ranging effects
A case pending before the Kentucky Court of Appeals could affect how dozens of libraries across the state are funded.
08, Dec 2013 - Martin, KY Inmate's name released in Martin County prison death
Officials say foul play is suspected in the death of an inmate at a federal prison in Kentucky.
08, Dec 2013 - Fayette, KY Former lawmaker, admitted killer, tells judge he's broke
He comes from a well-known Kentucky family, and was a lawmaker at one time. Admitted killer Steve Nunn filed court documents in Fayette County asking to be declared a pauper.
08, Dec 2013 - Man who fled to Kentucky gets 10 years for gun, ammo, Budweiser theft
Posted Nov. 23, 2013, at 12:09 p.m. BANGOR, Maine — A Presque Isle native who skipped bail and fled to Kentucky was sentenced Friday in U.S. District Court to 10 years in federal prison on a gun charge.
08, Dec 2013 - Wingate to rule soon in sexual harassment case
FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) -- A Kentucky judge could rule by the end of the end on the month on motions to dismiss two of the defendants in a sexual harassment lawsuit. Franklin County Circuit Judge Thomas Wingate said Monday he may decide next week whether to drop the state and House Speaker Greg Stumbo as defendants in the case. That would leave the Legislative Research Commission and ...
08, Dec 2013 - Christian, KY Former youth leader pleads guilty to child porn
DANVILLE, Ky. (AP) -- A former youth leader at a central Kentucky church has pleaded guilty to 45 counts of possession of child pornography. The Advocate-Messenger reports 29-year-old Jonathan David Hall entered the plea Thursday in Boyle Circuit Court in exchange for a recommended sentence of five years in prison. The charges involved sexual emails to four underage girls. Hall ...
08, Dec 2013 - Ky. high court rejects ex-judge's reinstatement
A former eastern Kentucky judge who served time in federal prison for trading a lenient sentence for prescription lost a bid Thursday to have his law license reinstated.