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One taken to hospital; U.S. 60 blocked in Carter County

CARTER COUNTY, Ky. (WSAZ) -- A busy road is blocked in Carter County due to a crash. Officials say the road could be closed for two to three hours. It happened around 9 a.m. Thursday. Three cars were involved in the accident according to 911 dispatchers.

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TODAY: Judges hear more grisly details of quadruple murders

IRONTON — More gruesome details have come out in court as a three-judge panel weighs whether Arron Lawson, who pleaded guilty Thursday to murdering four family members in 2017, deserves the death penalty.

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Double T Diner ready to serve

Double T Diner owner Melissa “Mel” Gillum has a simple goal in mind as her staff serves breakfast, lunch and dinner at the new Double T Diner in Grayson. “What I want is people to come in and eat, then come back and eat,” Gillum said, smiling as she finished up a shift at the grill last week.

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Lawmakers want to make sex with animals, child sex dolls illegal in Kentucky

FRANKFORT — Kentucky lawmakers use labels like “disgusting” and “not part of acceptable dinner-time family conversations” to describe the sexual behavior they want to outlaw.

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Truckers head into central Kentucky for slow-roll protest

GEORGETOWN, Ky. (WKYT) - Truckers are headed into the Bluegrass State for a slow-roll through central Kentucky. The protest is in response to a requirement, more than a year old, that hours worked be logged automatically through electronic logging devices.

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Who gets paid what? Grayson City Council tables holiday pay again

Grayson City Council moved to purchase a new fire truck, discussed city improvements, and heard from departments, but it was once again the holiday and bereavement pay policy that brought council to loggerheads.

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Prosecutors say Kentucky woman faked cancer to get money from co-workers, businesses

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Co-workers and employers gave a northern Kentucky woman thousands of dollars to help her battle cancer, but she didn't have cancer. Jessica Krecskay, 25, is now facing felony theft charges. Prosecutors say she received more than $10,000 in donations between 2013 and 2017. T

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News to Use: Feb. 20 edition

The Carter County Farm Bureau has announced the 2019 Kentucky Farm Bureau Scholarship Program is now underway. Students can complete the application by downloading it at kyfb.com/scholarships and returning the requested materials to KFB, postmarked by February 25, 2019. Scholarship applications can

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Kentucky's car tax: How fair is it?

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — (WHAS11) -- As good old Ben Franklin said, there are two certainties in the world…death and taxes. And depending on where you live, there can be more ways to tax.

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Fired Kentucky Amazon employee sues over bathroom breaks

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) -- A former Amazon employee in Kentucky who suffers from Crohn's disease is suing the company over his dismissal for what he says was a need for more bathroom breaks.

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Rain causes rock slide in Pikeville, Kentucky

Heavy rains caused a major rock slide in Pikeville, Kentucky which damaged a business Friday morning. Pikeville is in far eastern Kentucky. Police said the rock slide hit a towing company.

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"Peace & Love" art show is Friday

The Grayson Gallery & Art Center will present the eighth annual "Peace & Love" art show and sale with a free opening reception for artists and the public on Feb. 22 during the monthly F!nal Fr!days Art Walk in Grayson. The doors will open at 6 pm with an Awards and Announcements Ceremony taking plac

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Police searching for man wanted on charges in two Kentucky counties

RADCLIFF, KY (WAVE) - Radcliff Police have asked for help locating a wanted man. Officials said Kenneth Smith, 58, has an active felony arrest warrant for criminal possession of a forged instrument.

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Free Fishing Days For Indiana, Kentucky, and Illinois For 2019

While it may still be February and chilly outside, it's never too early to think about fishing. There are many areas around the Tri-State to put your fishing skills to the test, but if you are 17 and older, you must purchase your fishing license first. However, there are a few days this year when a

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Is This The Year Kentucky Will Legalize Medical Marijuana?

Two measures have been introduced this session that would legalize the marijuana for medicinal use in Kentucky, create exemptions for dispensaries and rules for how physicians could prescribe it. This week on In Conversation with Rick Howlett, we talked about medical marijuana and what it could mean

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3 arrested on drug-trafficking charges

LAWRENCE COUNTY, Ohio (WSAZ) -- Three people were arrested Thursday on drug-trafficking charges in the South Point area, according to the Lawrence County Prosecutor’s Office.

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Multiple west Kentucky counties declare states of emergency

Kentucky Emergency Management Area 1 Manager Jeremy Blansett says multiple west Kentucky counties have declared states of emergency in anticipation of flooding from rain in the forecast.

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Jim Caldwell's Forecast | Heavy rain and severe storm potential move into Kentucky

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WDKY) - Southern and eastern Kentucky will have the best chance to see these heavier rounds of rain today. Another issue that those folks face is the steady nature of the rain. We will see multiple rounds roll over the same spots that already picked up a few inches from the last syst

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Kentucky Senate unanimously passes that would ban bestiality

The Kentucky State Senate has unanimously passed Senate Bill 67. The legislation would ban bestiality in Kentucky, which is one of the last five states where it remains legal. If the measure becomes law, it will start to turn around policy in the state.

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Kentucky governor facing re-election voices support for Trump

Gov. Matt Bevin, a Kentucky Republican facing reelection this fall, said Friday that he would be "delighted" to have President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence stump for him during next year's campaign.

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