Former KCTCS Lawyer Turned ‘Special Assistant’ Running For Judge

The Kentucky Center for Investigative Reporting first reported on J. Campbell “Cam” Cantrill III in 2016, when he took a one-year special assignment that paid more than $137,000. The role of “special assistant to the president” of the Kentucky Community and Technical College System was part of a settlement Cantrill signed after a months-long investigation into his workplace conduct.

Despite Calls For Help, Bedbugs Infest Louisville Public Housing Complex

The bedbugs invade DeAnna Malone’s apartment every night. They creep through the vents in her bathroom. They crawl through the sockets on her wall and the cracks along the floor. They climb up her bed to feast. “They bite you, it feels like you’re on fire,” she said. Malone has lived with bedbugs at Dosker Manor for years. Her neighbors at the public housing complex say the whole place is infested.