Sentencing will be held tomorrow for former Indiana Secretary of State Charlie White. White was found guilty early this month of six felony counts, including voter fraud and theft, related to his voter registration for the 2010 Republican primary. Each count carries up to three years in prison. Prosecutors say White lied about his residence… Continue reading Former Indiana Elections Chief To Face Sentencing
Like other agencies, Kentucky’s Justice and Public Safety Cabinet must trim four percent from its budget. The agency oversees the state’s prisons, which have seen the largest growth in population in the country. Cabinet Secretary Michael Brown is proposing changes in the law which might help slow that growth.
Metro government officials say they have been alert to the dangers of vandalism to tornado sirens, especially after the recent discovery of sirens being tampered with in Elizabethtown. During a recent test of tornado sirens in Elizabethtown, officials there found copper wiring had been stolen from six devices, requiring $10,000 in repairs. Jim McKinney works… Continue reading Jefferson County Alert to Tornado Siren Vandalization