"The [Louisville Metro Police] Department has not provided any answers regarding the facts and circumstances of how this tragedy occurred," said attorney Benjamin Crump on Monday.
"People in Kentucky know that he doesn't care about them and they want him gone," McGrath said.
"I was thinking maybe we can survive four more years of Donald Trump but we couldn't survive six more years of Mitch McConnell," Senate candidate Mike Broihier told Newsweek
"At this time last week, roughly 2,700 inmates had been tested," said Director Carvajal. "Approximately 70 percent tested positive for COVID-19."
The New York governor criticized McConnell's suggestion that states "use the bankruptcy route" before requesting federal aid on Thursday, pointing out that Kentucky receives billions more in government expenditures than it pays in taxes.
"Deputies also noted there was bruising to the female victim's leg and that during the altercation the female victim stated that this subject stated he was going to kill her," the Laurel County Sheriff's Office said.
"We are still in the midst of this fight against a deadly and highly contagious virus," Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear said.
"No decision has been made on the timing for reopening Kentucky's economy," Governor Andy Beshear said.
Protesters chanted "we want to work" and "open up Kentucky" as Governor Andy Beshear delivered an update on the pandemic.
What I am wondering is, both in the particular Kentucky case and around the country in general, where is the protest and opposition to this government lockdown of Christian places of worship?
Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear announced 242 new cases of COVID-19 Friday, the state's largest single-day increase since the pandemic began.
Dr. John Rademaker was arrested on Tuesday for an incident where he attacked a teen girl for not following social distancing guidelines and "applied pressure to victim's throat and impeded her breathing," according to police.
There are concerns that the corrections officers who are placing GPS monitoring devices on patients in Louisville, Kentucky, aren't being properly protected.
At least one person from a group of 20-somethings who believed themselves to be "invincible" has tested positive for COVID-19 after attending a "coronavirus party," Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear said Tuesday.
The 53-year-old patient tested positive at the University of Louisville but left against medical advice, Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear said.
Matt Colvin and his brother Noah Colvin reportedly cleared store shelves of hand sanitizer, antibacterial wipes and medical masks in Tennessee and Kentucky before trying to resell them for profit online.
"My hope is that this delay will allow us to have a normal election," said Kentucky Secretary of State Michael Adams.
Detective Chase McKeown and Officer Nicole McKeown sprang into action when they saw a suspect brandishing a gun while they were eating at a Raising Cane's restaurant in Louisville, Kentucky.
State Rep. Charles Booker shared his version of rapper Jack Harlow's hit song to take aim at the Senate majority leader.
The shark was likely similar in size to great whites, which grow to an average of around 15 feet.
Hundreds of minors were found to be working out of normal business hours in restaurants owned by Louisville-based Manna Inc., the U.S. Department of Labor's Wage and Hour Division (WHD) said.
Baylor became the seventh team to top the men's basketball rankings, and it's only part of a strange season so far. Here's a ranking the top 17 teams by combining both their AP ranking and odds of winning a national championship.
Gonzaga will likely become the sixth No. 1 team this season, should the Bulldogs hold off an unranked team on Saturday.
Four people are reported to have been killed by extreme weather in the past couple of days.
During a visit to Frankfort, Kentucky to file paperwork concerning running for a seventh term in the Senate, Mitch McConnell called the last-minute pardons by former governor Matt Bevin "completely inappropriate."
Former Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin issued a pardon to Patrick Brian Baker, 41, who was convicted in the 2014 death of Donald Mills.
Andy Beshear has declared that he will restore the voting rights of thousands of felons when he signs an executive order on Thursday.
Researchers have found hair dye bottles and evidence of a photographic studio at Camp Nelson—a former Union camp.
Kentucky Family Court Judge Dawn Gentry faces nine charges of misconduct following an investigation by the Kentucky Judicial Conduct Commission which allegedly found "a pattern of misconduct in office."