Kentucky Attorney General Andy Beshear says it’s difficult to watch some things going on across the U.S. He was referring to violence such as Sunday's ambush-style shootings of three police officers in Baton Rouge.
Kentuckians with certain felony convictions can now begin the process of having such Class D offenses expunged. July 15th marks the first effective day of the legislation approved by lawmakers earlier this year.
Some 30 police officers from three states along with their canine partners are going through various testing activities in Lexington. It involves everything from tracking to criminal apprehension to explosives detection.
A fund raising event for presumptive GOP Presidential nominee Donald Trump in Lexington has prompted a reaction from a diverse group of citizens, including remarks from a black pastor, a Muslim doctor, and a Latino businessman.