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Cub Scouts Pack 516 Holds Annual Pinewood Derby
Boy Scouts of America – Pack 516, based out of St Clare Catholic Church in Berea, held their annual Pinewood Derby event on Saturday, February, 16th, 2019 at the First Christian Church.
Kentucky police officer shot during pursuit, suspect sought
HOPKINSVILLE, KY (AP) — Police in Kentucky say they are searching for a suspect who shot and wounded a police officer during a robbery pursuit. Hopkinsville Police Chief Clayton Sumner says Officer Jeremy Davidson was shot in the head and arm Monday.
MURPHY: The loss of a good friend
My next door neighbor died at 5 o'clock this morning after hand-to-hand combat with Alzheimer's Disease for two years. It's now six hours and later my tears still cross the line and become sobs -- and I'm not even family, just a friend of 13 years.
Kentucky ‘no permit' concealed-carry gun bill advances
(FOX NEWS) - In a 29-8 vote Thursday, the Kentucky Senate approved a bill calling for the elimination of permits for carrying concealed weapons in the state. Kentucky already lets gun owners carry firearms openly without a permit.
Saint Joseph Berea Encouraging Colon Cancer Screenings Ahead of Colon Cancer Awareness Month
Health screenings are important year-round to help detect diseases like colon cancer early on. As the month of March approaches, Saint Joseph Berea is helping to raise awareness about the prevalence of colon cancer in Kentucky, and the importance of scheduling a screening, in recognition of Colon Ca
Tennessee man flips off, pulls gun on couple wearing MAGA hats in Kentucky Sam's Club
NASHVILLE, Tenn.--A Cottontown, Tennessee man has been arrested in Kentucky after reportedly pulling a gun on a man because he and his wife were wearing MAGA hats. According to the report from Bowling Green Police, 57-year-old James Phillips was wearing a "veterans hat" inside a local Sam's Club whe
Berea woman provides care packages for the homeless
Kodi Mullins, a 2017 Berea College graduate, is on a mission to help the homeless in Madison County. Mullins, an AmeriCorps member through the Homeless and Housing Coalition of Kentucky (HHCK) and a Berea resident, started a project called "Homeless Advocates for Region 6" with three other AmeriCorp
Local 10 Year Old Wins Open Competition at Kentucky Opry
The Kentucky Opry is hosting a 9 week Open Competition and this week 10 year old Ellie Hack (the Youngest Performer of the night) was the Overall Winner! This week there were 10 that competed ranging from 10 years of age to 70. In this competition everyone performs, then the top 3 compete to determi
Latest on Kentucky road closures
Here is a list of road closures as of 2/17/2019 2:30PM. KY 91 is CLOSED at the 15mm at the Cave-In-Rock Ferry Landing The Cave-in-Rock Ferry is CLOSED Due to Floodwaters Over the Kentucky Landing until about Feb 24th KY 135 is CLOSED at the 4.15mm in Sawmill Hollow KY 1917/Wolf Creek Rd is CLOSED at
Coroner identifies man found dead near Lake Reba in Madison County
RICHMOND, Ky. (WDKY) - The Madison County Coroner's Office is investigating a death after a man's body was found near Lake Reba. The coroner identified the man as Sinclair Lamont Johnson, 39, of Richmond.
Trump’s national emergency draws different reactions from Kentucky’s senators
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SUNDAY EDITION | Kentucky jails scrutinized for recording attorney-inmate phone calls
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) – When murder defendant James Mallory’s defense attorneys talked by phone with him from Metro Corrections about his case in recent months, they assumed their conversations were confidential.
Kentucky State Police Post 3 welcomes new troopers
BOWLING GREEN, Ky.- The Kentucky State Police Department post in Bowling Green is welcoming three new members to the force. Trooper Jordan Matthews of Glasgow, Trooper Brent Davis of Bowling Green and Trooper Matthew Spears of Lawrenceburg, were among 35 cadets who completed a rigorous 25-week train
Ohio group heads home after Savannah Spurlock search
GARRARD COUNTY, Ky. (WDKY) — The sun set on another search for Savannah Spurlock. A search group from Ohio is headed back home Saturday night after spending the day in Garrard County searching for the missing Richmond mother. There was no sign of her.
Graham defends Trump's border security spending push, says Kentucky students better off
Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., reiterated his support for President Trump's national emergency declaration at the southern border Sunday, telling CBS News' "Face The Nation" that students in Kentucky would be better off if funds that might have gone toward the construction of a new middle school would
The Register's Community Calendar: This week's events
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Kentucky 699 worries people who live near by of another slide
LEATHERWOOD, Ky. (WYMT) - Kentucky 699 in Perry County was mud covered Monday following a mudslide late Sunday night. "Between 11:00 and 12:00," said Sarah Cornett who lives along KY. 699.
MIDDLE SCHOOL/ELEMENTARY ARCHERY: Caudill, Glenn Marshall win region titles
Madison County schools swept the team and individual championships this past weekend at the National Archery in the Schools Program Region 9 Tournaments in Richmond. In the elementary division, Glenn Marshall took the title.
Police, volunteers continue search for missing Lexington mother of four
GARRARD COUNTY, KY (WAVE) - As the sun set in Garrard County Saturday night, a group from Ohio headed back home after spending the day searching for Savannah Spurlock, a missing Lexington mother of four, WKYT reports.
Woman arrested for allegedly exploiting adult
• • • Berea police arrested Samuel Lancaster (image not available), 34, unknown address, Thursday night on Scaffold Can Road for second-degree disorderly conduct, first-degree controlled substance possession (methamphetamine) and buying/possessing drug paraphernalia after officers were called to the