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Protesters speak against abortion bans at the Kentucky State Capitol in April 2022 (Photo courtesy of AP).

Kentucky Supreme Court upholds abortion ban

Jill Smith, Assistant News Editor March 2, 2023

The Kentucky Supreme Court ruled on Feb. 16 to uphold the state’s near-total ban on abortion, which includes previously passed trigger laws that went...

Photo courtesy of Wesley Hammer

Our view: Election Day should be considered a holiday

Sydney Harper, Opinion editor October 26, 2022

Citizens from across the country will be going to the polls on Nov. 8 to vote on candidates running for their state senate and U.S. Senate, state representative...

On Sunday, July 19, Gov. Andy Beshear annouces the highest number of reported COVID-19 cases in a single day in Kentucky. (Photo courtesy from Gov. Andy Beshears livestream)

Health department reports second COVID-19 death in Calloway, Beshear announces highest number of cases in Kentucky

July 19, 2020

Daniella Tebib News Editor [email protected] Andy Beshear announced the highest number of positive COVID-19 cases in a single day for Kentucky...

(Photo Courtesy of Roberts Law Office)

Alumnus sworn in as a special justice on Kentucky Supreme Court

May 6, 2020

Jillian Rush Contributing Writer [email protected] Murray State alumnus Jeff Roberts was sworn in as a special justice on the Kentucky Supreme...

Justice Cunningham sat down with students on RoundaboutU prior to joining the faculty. (Photo courtesy of Digital Media Services.)

Supreme Court justice joins political science faculty

October 2, 2019

Ciara Benham Staff Writer [email protected] From high school basketball player to the Kentucky Supreme Court to teaching, Justice Bill Cunningham...

Supreme Court sides with Bevin

Supreme Court sides with Bevin

June 15, 2019

Story by Nick Kendall Contributing writer [email protected] The Kentucky Supreme Court unanimously ruled on June 13 that Gov. Matt Bevin...

Murray State Police Chief David DeVoss recommends students faculty and staff keep weapons stored in their vehicles stored away so as to prevent the likelihood of a break-in. This comes after a spring Kentucky Supreme Court ruling on guns in cars on university campuses. || Kylie Townsend/The News

HIDING GUNS: Chief suggests concealed weapons for campus vehicles after ruling

November 16, 2012

Following a Kentucky Supreme Court ruling that took place last spring, students, faculty and staff are allowed to keep concealed weapons in their vehicles,...

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