Rounds of heavy rain will begin to move into the area later tonight, leading to the increased potential for flooding. A Flood Watch is in effect for the entire area from now through Thursday and a Winter Storm Warning goes into effect tomorrow. As we head into Wednesday, temperatures will drop and transition our rain to sleet and eventually to snow. Most of the area could see several inches of snow and sleet before it's all said and done. Keep it locked right here for updates.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - An eastern Kentucky man serving life in prison after being convicted of killing three children will get a new trial after the Kentucky Supreme Court concluded a juror should have been removed from the case before the trial started.
Justice Will T. Scott found that a judge should have granted a juror's wish not to serve in the case of 32-year-old Clayton Jackson in 2004 when he went on trial for arson and murder in Clay County. The juror was a friend of the victim's brother.
Justice Bill Cunningham dissented, saying dismissing the juror would have been a "thin reed of speculation" about how the juror's relationship would affect his judgment in the case.
Jackson was convicted of killing Michael, Robert and Jordon Sturgill.
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