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Feature August 19
The Kentucky State Police fatally shot 41 people from 2015 through 2020, more than any other law enforcement agency in the state.
Feature August 13
In rural communities, fatal police shootings have occurred at high rates, without the attention (and protests) that urban shootings have drawn.
News June 23
In a handful of key states, no more than 1 in 4 formerly incarcerated people registered in time for the 2020 election, a Marshall Project analysis found.
A billboard sponsored by O, The Oprah Magazine, is on display with an image of Breonna Taylor, in Louisville, Kentucky.
News August 8, 2020
Memes and billboards are calling for arresting the three officers. But what does Kentucky law say?
A public defender returns to his office after helping defendants at the Rhode Island District Court in 2017.
Life Inside April 17, 2020
Public defenders rely on in-person, confidential meetings with clients. They say COVID-19 makes their jobs nearly impossible.
Life Inside October 25, 2018
At a Kentucky prison, inmates and staff switch places during a “re-entry to society” role-playing game.
Q&A August 10, 2016
“All judges are human beings under that robe.”
Feature June 28, 2016
How Renea Royster gives prisoners access to the digital world.
The dorms at Western Kentucky Correctional, in Fredonia, Ky., in June 2010.
Analysis June 14, 2016
Six reasons you’re likely to be disappointed
David Jones in an undated photograph with his son.
News November 12, 2015
‘Is there any better way than money’?