"Testing old rape kits leads to first indictment in Louisville," The Courier-Journal, Matthew Glowicki, July 23, 2017
Courier-Journal reporter Matthew Glowicki reports on the first backlog indictment in the state.
"AG's Office hosts sexual assault cold case training in effort to end backlog of untested rape kits," Spectrum News, Don Weber, April 11, 2017
Spectrum News Pure Politics reporter Don Weber looked at the 3-day cold case training conference hosted by the Attorney General. The conference gave law enforcement and prosecutors new tools for investigating and prosecuting cold case sexual assaults.
"Kentucky State Police Lab becoming training ground for other state labs because of low pay, lab director says," Spectrum News, Nick Storm, March 23, 2017
Spectrum News Pure Politics Managing Editor Nick Storm took an in-depth look at the serious retention problem facing the Forensic Laboratory.
"Previously untested sexual assault kit links with serial rapist; As kits come back work continues to inform victims," Spectrum News, Nick Storm, March 21, 2017
Spectrum News Pure Politics Managing Editor Nick Storm reports on the progress of the backlog testing in this in-depth piece.
"With new results from old rape kits in Kentucky, outreach to victims is a priority," The Courier-Journal, Matthew Glowicki, February 16, 2017
Courier-Journal reporter Matthew Glowicki gives an inside-look into LMPD's survivor notification process.