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Kentucky Educational Television
600 Cooper Dr
Lexington, KY 40502 Directions
The Senate votes to limit powers of the Kentucky Secretary of State, and the House Appropriations and Revenue Committee hears fixes to last years tax law changes. Freshmen representatives from Louisa and Bowling Green discuss their priorities. The Legislative Black Caucus celebrates Black History Month, and lawmakers convene in the Old State Capitol. Watch NowThe post Legislative Update: Feb. 19, 2019 appeared first on KET.
Whitney Westerfield, in his official capacity as senator,et al v. David Ward, et al, and David Ward, et al v. Whitney Westerfield, in his official capacity as senator, et al. WATCH NOWThe post Suit re Sufficiency of the Ballot Question About Marsys Law appeared first on KET.
Criminal Law. Constructive Possession of a Controlled Substance. Unanimity of a Verdict. The issue is whether language of a jury instruction violated the unanimity requirement, when the evidence gathered in the search of an apartment was allegedly only constructively possessed by the defendant. WATCH NOWThe post Joshua McAlpin v. Commonwealth of Kentucky appeared first on KET.
Governmental Immunity. Torts. Negligence. Issues include whether Louisville Metro Housing Authority is entitled to governmental immunity from the plaintiffs claims related to her childs shooting death at a housing authority apartment. WATCH NOWThe post Rodericka Bryant v. Louisville Metro Housing Authority, et al appeared first on KET.
Tortious Interference with Contract by a Parent Corporation of a Wholly Owned Subsidiary. The issue of first impression in this case is whether claims for a tortious interference with a contract are barred under any circumstances against a parent corporation which prematurely terminates contracts entered into by its wholly-owned subsidiary, or whether and under what circumstances, such claims may be permitted against the parent corporation, and if so, whether the evidence in this case warranted submission of that claim to the jury for consideration. WATCH NOWThe post Keith Randall Sparkman v. Consol Energy, Inc., et al appeared first on KET.
By Maggie Vancampen The University of Louisville is one of the top Fulbright universities...The post U of L Named Top Producer of Fulbright Scholars appeared first on The Louisville Cardinal.
By Sam Combest The University of Louisville wants to find a partner to buy all...The post University searches for hospital partnership appeared first on The Louisville Cardinal.
By Kyla Thomas Kappa Sigma, Kappa Delta and Alpha Omicron joined with the PEACC...The post Every kiss begins with Konsent appeared first on The Louisville Cardinal.
By Conner Farrell In the mens college basketball scene, March is always a treasured...The post Madness ensues: Projecting where the Cards will fly in March appeared first on The Louisville Cardinal.
By Matt Bradshaw Last year, womens basketball earned a No. 1 seed in the...The post Womens basketball eyes No. 1 seed in NCAA tournament appeared first on The Louisville Cardinal.
137 W Muhammad Ali Blvd
Louisville, KY 40202 Directions
Correction: When this story appeared in print, it incorrectly stated that Grimes presented The Way Forth in Benham, Kentucky.
Dean Corbetts sudden death from a heart attack in October shook the culinary community.
Longtime WHAS-TV anchor Rachel Platt, 59, left the station late last year, after nearly three decades there, to become director of community engagement at the
A little over a year ago, artists Mary Clore, Kevin Warth and L Gnadinger were all working together at KMAC Museum.
Pop Evil is wrapping up the end of their 2019 Winter Tour, which included a stop at Mercury Ballroom last night.
The Courier Journal
A national charter school advocate calls it a shocking failure of leadership as Kentucky wont move to fund charter schools for second straight year
The Cardinals couldnt recover from a dismal first half Wednesday at the Carrier Dome.
The Kentucky basketball program has received the results from the MRI on Reid Travis knee.
Jefferson County Public Schools is accused of negligence in a lawsuit that says a boy was attacked by a classmate because of lack of supervision
A Kentucky lawmaker says his bill will help the state be competitive when attracting business. Critics say it will let government operate in the dark
520 W Chestnut
Louisville, KY 40202 Directions
We could see an additional 1-3 of rain Friday into Saturday.
Newslinks seen on WHAS11
The fair will highlight opportunities for jobs, continued education, and business ownership for military personnel, Reserve members, veterans, and more.
The bill calls for In God We Trust to be prominently displayed in public elementary and secondary Kentucky schools beginning in the 2019-20 school year.
Haley Viveros was in the backseat of her mothers SUV when a woman stole the car from a Seymour, IN parking lot.
1918 Mellwood Ave
Louisville, KY 40206 Directions
The father of three brought his 9-year-old son to safety before going back into a burning home to find his older children, a family member said.
The awards, allegedly handed out during a banquet attended by about 150 people, poked fun at cheerleaders bodies.
The lone survivor of the blaze, a 13-year-old girl, was hospitalized.
I dont understand it. She had beautiful children, wonderful children. I dont see what the reason was to take them, too.
He says he did what he had to do to protect himself, his dog and his neighborhood when faced with an overly aggressive coyote.
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