Former EKU professor placed cameras in campus bathrooms. Now he’s going to jail.

A former Eastern Kentucky University professor who was found to have put cameras in men’s bathrooms and locker rooms was sentenced for his crimes on Tuesday. Kyle Knezevich, 36, was sentenced to just over 18 years in prison by U.S. District Judge Gregory Van Tatenhove for attempted production of child pornography, according to the U.S. … Read more

Officer witnesses fatal shooting at gas station, then he fires back, Missouri cops say

An officer shot and killed a man authorities say fired deadly shots outside a Missouri gas station, according to police. The fatal shootings happened around 1:30 a.m. Tuesday, April 16, outside a gas station in Ferguson, a suburb of St. Louis, according to the St. Louis County Police Department. Authorities said an officer with the … Read more

These 7 California state jobs are open — with some remote work. Here’s what they pay

Are you looking for job opportunities with remote work in California? The state of California is hiring for positions in April for the departments of emergency services, real estate, wildlife and more. State jobs are known for offering competitive benefits and enrollment in the nation’s largest state public pension plan. Many of the following jobs … Read more

Maddow Blog | Tuesday’s Campaign Round-Up, 4.16.24

Today’s installment of campaign-related news items from across the country. * To the surprise of no one, Donald Trump’s political operation tried to turn the first day of his criminal trial into a fundraising opportunity. * Voters in Alabama’s 2nd congressional district will vote today on the major parties’ nominees. As the Associated Press reported, … Read more

Housing supply increases across Central Texas in March, Austin Board of Realtors says

A 10.2% increase in new home listings in March has led to four months of supply in multiple areas of the Central Texas region as the housing market continues to stabilize, the Austin Board of Realtors says. Good afternoon, and thank you for subscribing to Building Austin, our weekly newsletter focused on real estate, growth and development … Read more

How a Jan. 6 case at the Supreme Court could affect Trump’s election interference case

Eyes are on Manhattan this week as jury selection in Donald Trump’s first criminal trial gets underway. But if you’re also interested in the fate of Trump’s federal election interference case in Washington, D.C., then you’ll want to follow an appeal being argued at the Supreme Court on Tuesday as well. That’s the case of … Read more

House to deliver Mayorkas impeachment articles to the Senate to begin a trial

WASHINGTON — After a weeklong delay, the House of Representatives on Tuesday afternoon will send its articles of impeachment against Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas to the Senate, a spokesperson for Speaker Mike Johnson confirmed. It will kick off what’s expected to be a very short trial in the upper chamber — one that could … Read more

Man charged with murder of KY deputy pleads guilty in separate case out of Kenton County

A man charged with the murder of Scott County Deputy Caleb Conley pleaded guilty to charges related to a separate case out of Northern Kentucky. Steven Sheanshang, 46, pleaded guilty Monday to charges of burglary and being a persistent felony offender, according to court documents. The indictment for the Kenton County said Sheanshang entered a … Read more

Pedestrian killed after being struck by large SUV while crossing northbound I-435 in KC

A pedestrian died in an overnight crash after being struck by a silver GMC Yukon Denali while crossing northbound Interstate 435 on Kansas City’s East Side, a police spokeswoman said. The crash occurred about 1:40 a.m. Tuesday. Northbound Interstate 435 at Truman Road was shut down for nearly three hours while police investigated, said Officer … Read more