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Boyle County attorney helping drug treatment program grow

The Shepherd’s House non-residential drug treatment program for Boyle and Mercer counties now has more clients employed in jobs than at any other time in its two-year history.


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.


Kentucky man credited for saving Black Bear Cub

HARLAN COUNTY, Ky. (WTVQ) – A man from Kentucky is getting credit for helping rescue a black bear cub. The 13 year old bear cub weighing in at 10 pounds. The Appalachian Bear Rescue says the bear was found by a group of people in Black Mountain in south eastern Kentucky.


Governor: Flags to be at half-staff Monday for Kentucky soldier killed in Syria

FRANKFORT, Ky. (WKYT) - Gov. Bevin orders flags to half-staff Monday in honor of KY soldier. Governor Matt Bevin ordered flags to be at half-staff on Monday in honor of a Kentucky soldier who died in Syria.


Families say goodbye as Kentucky National Guardsmen deploy overseas

FRANKFORT, Ky (WKYT) - Families gathered in Frankfort on Saturday to tell their loved ones goodbye as they were headed overseas. WKYT reports nearly 60 Kentucky Guard Aviation Soldiers were headed to the Middle East.


Eight area wrestlers advance to day two at state

LEXINGTON — Eight area wrestlers entered Alltech Arena on Friday for the state wrestling tournament. All eight will wrestle on Saturday. Boyle County sent six to the state tournament while Danville sent two. Boyle senior Jordan Bates is the only area representative remaining in the winner’s bracket:


‘She has to come home.’ Here’s how you can help find missing Kentucky mom

Volunteers can help in a Saturday search for a Richmond mother who has been missing for six weeks. Savannah Spurlock, a 23-year-old mother of four, has been missing since Jan. 4 when she was last seen leaving The Other Bar on Limestone in Lexington with three men.


Church briefs, Feb. 15

Fun Activity 1 — Noon to 3:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 22 (in case of bad weather, Friday, Mar. 1) at Mitchellsburg Baptist Church Life Center, 4100 Mitchellsburg Rd., Danville. Bring your favorite potluck dish, board game and Christian songs in mind you want to sing. The church is going to provide the mea


Kentucky's Concealed Carry Bill Allows People To Carry Weapons Without Training Or Permits

On the one year anniversary of one of America's deadliest school shooting, state lawmakers in Kentucky advanced a bill that would legalize permitless carry. The bill, which passed the Kentucky state Senate 29-8 on Thursday, would allow those legally able to possess a gun to carry a concealed weapon


Danville, Boyle approve of Junction City rejoining P&Z

Both Danville City Commission and Boyle Fiscal Court approved the new interlocal agreement this week to bring Junction City back into the fold of Planning & Zoning. Perryville approved the move last week during its regular meeting, as well.


Fisherman reels in giant ‘goldfish’ from Kentucky pond

DANVILLE, KY (WKYT/Gray News) – Hunter Anderson has quite the fish story to tell, but at least he has the pictures to prove it. Anderson works part-time at a bait-and-tackle shop, so he's familiar with folks going big when talking about their catch of the day.


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


Todd Duncan was one of opera's brightest stars

It's Black History Month, in Pulaski County as well as everywhere else in the United States. And Somerset can lay claim -- at least in part -- to one of the great African-American artistic pioneers of the 20th century.


Kentucky State Police asking for help with 3-year-old murder investigation

GUTHRIE, Ky. (WBKO) -- Kentucky State Police is asking for the public's help in a murder investigation from 2015 that has yet to be solved. Back on June 28, 2015, police were notified of the death of 79-year-old Amos Yoder, his body located at a home on Old Trenton Road in Guthrie.


Kentucky’s No. 1 team stunned in Lexington as regular season comes to a close

Scott County, the state’s top-ranked team all year, went all season without suffering a loss to a Kentucky opponent. Until Friday night: Paul Laurence Dunbar defeated the No. 1 Cardinals, 91-84, for one of the most shocking results of the season on the penultimate night of Kentucky high school baske


A widow says Kentucky Utilities is responsible for her husband’s death. See what she alleges.

A widow whose husband was electrocuted at a construction site last year alleges that his death was due to the negligence of Kentucky Utilities/LG&E. When William E. Everman Jr. raised the bed of a dump truck, it came into contact with high-voltage power lines and caught fire. Everman, 61, was pronou


Weather may impact search for KY woman missing 6 weeks

CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) - The search for a missing Kentucky woman is intensifying this weekend, but there’s a catch. Then entire operation could get shut down by something no one can control -- the weather.

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McKee man gets 10 years for trafficking meth

A 44-year-old McKee man who was arrested on drug charges in October 2017 was sentenced to 10 years in Madison County Circuit Court Division II on Jan. 10. The 10-year sentence Randall Hayes received is for charges of first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance (2 grams or more of methamphetam


Boyd County Detention Center supervisor fired, inmate charged following incident

CATLETTSBURG, Ky. (WCHS/WVAH) — A Boyd County Detention Center supervisor was terminated and an additional inmate was charged following the accidental release of another inmate earlier this week.


Coroner: No signs of trauma on body found in field

RICHMOND, Ky. (WTVQ) – The Madison County Coroner’s Office says it will take a while longer to find out what killed a man who was found dead in field on Thursday. The body of Sinclair Johnson was discovered on Concord Road, days after he was reported missing.