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A death row inmate from Lexington is spared from possible execution but could still die in prison after having his sentence commuted to life by outgoing governor Matt Bevin.
Billy Jo Turner was released from jail after striking a plea deal to lesser charges for his role in a deadly Frankfort shooting., according to the State Journal.
A Lancaster man who had less than a month to serve on federal parole for a child porn conviction, was arrested Tuesday on new child porn charges, according to the Attorney General's Office.
FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) - A Kentucky man who killed his family and then took a high school classroom hostage 25 years ago has been...
A man who entered an Alford plea to killing a retired pastor and his wife in their southcentral Kentucky home has been sentenced to life in prison without parole.
The Herald-Leader newspaper reports the Kentucky Parole Board granted parole for 68-year-old Tom Payne on Tuesday.
The parole board has denied parole for John Paul Works.
A Catholic priest convicted of sexual abuse charges that occurred at a summer camp he ran in Kentucky has failed to win an early release from prison.
The family and friends of the victim whose death was the impetus for the creation of Kentucky's Victim Information and Notification Everyday system are pleading against granting parole to the man convicted of killing her.
O.J. Simpson will be paroled after serving nine years in prison for a botched bid to retrieve sports memorabilia in Las Vegas.
Parole has been denied for Matthew Donaghy, convicted of manslaughter in the fatal stabbing of his boyfriend.
A man convicted of the 1986 murder of a Lexington restaurant manager learned his fate after a parole board hearing this morning.
The Kentucky House passed a bill that would increase the amount of time someone convicted of trying to kill a police officer or firefighter would have to serve before being eligible for parole or probation.
Anyone convicted of trying to murder a peace officer or firefighter would serve a longer prison sentence under a proposed bill that passed the state House Judiciary Committee on Wednesday.
A man who ran down and killed a Lexington Police Officer in the line of duty six years ago is up for parole again. Once again, Officer Bryan Durman’s family and friends went before the parole board and pleaded with it to keep the killer in prison.
A man convicted of manslaughter in the death of a Lexington police office will go before the Kentucky Parole Board next week.
A recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling could mean two men convicted of murders in Kentucky as teenagers could become eligible for parole hearings or new sentencing hearings.
Officers arrested a Richmond man after being called to the Manhattan Club on Water Street early Sunday morning.
A woman convicted in a 1986 murder will not receive parole for at least another 5 years.
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