Over the last four years, the number of arrests in Louisville for manufacturing methamphetamine has nearly doubled. Police say the it’s the result of increased vigilance by officers and citizens in recent years. But authorities acknowledge that just finding and arresting manufacturers and users isn’t enough to keep the dangerous drug off the streets.
Federal officials say many identity thieves go unpunished after their plans are thwarted, due to improper reporting of crimes.
A nursing student who was expelled from the University of Louisville over her blog posts will not be reinstated this semester.
Friday, a federal judge will hear arguments in the case of Nina Yoder, a University of Louisville nursing student who was expelled over posts on her MySpace page. Yoder is suing the university, claiming the action violated her First Amendment rights
A recent series of articles in the Courier-Journal has expedited the effort to prevent Louisville Metro police officers from missing court appearances where their testimony is required.
A resolution introduced in the Kentucky General Assembly would declare state sovereignty in line with the 10th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution.
The neighborhood group that fought to keep the Engine 7 firehouse open has decided not to appeal their recent court loss.
State budget cuts will force 46 prosecutors in Jefferson County to be furloughed for three weeks.
Voters and those involved in getting votes counted on Election Day are calling this election a big one. And with its record numbers of registered voters there’s more scrutiny of the voting process.
Seventy-five years after the repeal of Prohibition, nearly half of Kentucky is dry. In many areas where alcohol can be sold, so-called blue laws prohibit the sale of spirits on Sundays.