AG Daniel Cameron opposes Breonna Taylor grand juror’s motion to speak freely about case

Andrew Wolfson Louisville Courier Journal LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Attorney General Daniel Cameron said Wednesday his office is moving to dismiss an anonymous grand juror’s motion to talk freely about proceedings in the Breonna Taylor case. In sharply worded 22-page response, Cameron said “while the duty of a grand jury to meet in secret is firmly established, the right…

In Focus: Kentucky Housing Corporation on Addressing Housing Eviction Concerns in the Commonwealth

BY MARIO ANDERSON KENTUCKY KENTUCKY — With the launch of a new application portal, renters and landlords across the state of Kentucky can apply for financial relief through the Healthy At Home Eviction Relief Fund starting Tuesday. The new program is designed to keep tenants from being evicted while making sure landlords are compensated for past due rent. Kentucky…

Barr, Hicks Duke It Out In Testy Debate

By JOSH JAMES Candidates for Kentucky’s 6th District congressional seat sparred over the pandemic response, racial justice, and their backgrounds on the CW Lexington Monday night. Incumbent Republican Andy Barr and challenger Josh Hicks traded jabs in a rapid-fire, contentious debate that often veered into shouting matches. The candidates rehashed a number of disputes that have,…