In one of his last acts before leaving office, Governor Matt Bevin has pardoned a Kentucky man convicted of sexually abusing his young stepdaughter. The man is serving a life sentence stemming from the alleged crime 20 years ago.
Continuing a legal fight at the top of Kentucky’s government, Lt. Gov. Jenean Hampton is appealing a ruling that concluded Gov. Matt Bevin’s office acted within its authority when firing her top two assistants.
The visitation and funeral are Friday evening and Saturday for a former Kentucky Court of Appeals Judge from the region who died this week. Judge Rick Johnson of Symsonia died Tuesday at Baptist Health in Paducah.
A Kentucky appeals court has ruled that Republican Gov. Matt Bevin's administration has the authority to issue a subpoena to a former state official who served during the tenure of Bevin's Democratic predecessor.