Louisville Orchestra musicians must be paid, despite the orchestra management’s Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing. That’s the ruling a federal judge handed down Wednesday. The ruling gives the orchestra’s board of directors limited options for what to do next.
A response has now been filed by public defender Dan Goyette of Louisville. Goyette says the Attorney General’s motion is moot, and should be dismissed, because the death warrant for Wilson expired with the arrival of September 17th.
The former director of Louisville’s Housing and Family Services Department and her mother have been arraigned on theft charges.
Kimberly Bunton resigned after it was revealed that her mother, Vicki Smallwood, received about two thousand dollars in low-income housing assistance.
Governor Steve Beshear was recently asked to sign three death warrants. He signed one, but held off on two others, citing a shortage of Sodium thiopental (Pentathol), which is used in lethal injection executions.
The attorneys, law-enforcement officers and advocates who make up the Louisville Metro Domestic Violence Prevention Coordinating Council met today met today to discuss Amanda’s Law.
A Louisville Metro Council Committee will begin looking into the police department’s problem with court attendance Wednesday. But it’s not yet clear what the council can do to correct the problem.
A federal appeals court has ruled against the Louisville and Lexington governments in a case over taxes for hotel rooms booked online.
Several advocacy groups presented a resolution Friday asking the Jefferson County Commonwealth’s Attorneys office to establish a conviction integrity unit.
Two unions, the Teamsters and the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees are taking legal action against Louisville Metro Government over last year’s four unpaid furlough days for all non-emergency metro employees.
Former Kentucky lawmaker Steve Nunn will waive a preliminary hearing in Fayette District Court Friday morning, sending his murder case directly to the grand jury.