Supreme Court

Lexington’s ordinance prohibiting discrimination based on sexuality or gender identity in work, housing, and public accommodation turns 15 this week.

WASHINGTON --The U.S. Supreme Court was asked Tuesday to step into the legal debate over whether students must be informed of their rights before being questioned during an on-campus investigation of school-related activities.

Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway filed a petition with the high court. It seeks to overturn a Kentucky Supreme Court ruling granting students the right to be Mirandized before questioning by school officials if a resource officer is present.

LOUISVILLE, Ky.- The U.S. Supreme Court has declined to take up a challenge to a reference to "Almighty God'' in Kentucky's homeland security law.
 
The high court on Monday rejected the case without comment.