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VIDEO: Bear spotted walking around Gatlinburg hotel
GATLINBURG, Tenn. (WATE) - A bear was spotted in at a Gatlinburg hotel on Saturday, and it was all caught on camera. Caitlin Frakes, who was staying at the hotel, spotted the bear rummaging through an overturned trash can. "Oh my god, y'all, there's a bear." Frakes can be heard saying in the video.
SKCTC a family tradition for professor - Middlesboro Daily News
Southeast Professor Rhonda Creech values family and tradition. In fact, years before she joined the faculty at Southeast Kentucky Community and Technical College, she was a student on the Cumberland campus.“My mother had gone to Southeast in 1964,” says Creech. “She loved Southeast and wanted me to
UPDATE: Decomposed body identified in Laurel County - ABC 36 News
LONDON, Ky. (WTVQ) – A decomposed body found in London October 10, has been identified.The Laurel County coroner identified the man as 58-year old Mark Wagers, of Corbin. The coroner says Wagers’ cause of death still hasn’t been determined, but he does not suspect foul play.- Advertisement -
Williamsburg man indicted for allegedly sending nude photo to teen
Robin Gobel, 40, was named in a three-count indictment for charges that allegedly occurred Aug. 12.
BREAKING: Tennessee Highway Patrol pursue stolen vehicle
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) - Tennessee Highway Patrol pursued a stolen vehicle into a residential neighborhood late Friday night. The THP investigation is ongoing and Knox County Sheriff's Office deputies were also called to the scene. A truck was on fire at the scene. WATE 6 On Your Side is working t
Lily man indicted on charges of assault, unlawful imprisonment
Freddy Tilmon Humfleet, 42, was named in a two-count indictment for charges that allegedly occurred between Aug. 24 and Aug. 26.
LMU’S R. Gerald McMurtry lecture set for Oct. 26 - Middlesboro Daily News
HARROGATE, Tenn. — The Lincoln Memorial University (LMU) Abraham Lincoln Institute for the Study of Leadership and Public Policy and the LMU Duncan School of Law (LMU Law) will present the annual R. Gerald McMurtry Lecture on Oct. 26. The program will deliver three hours of dual CLE credit and take
Keavy man indicted for allegedly sexually assaulting child
Joshua Aiden Towe, 23, was named in a nine-count indictment for charges that allegedly occurred between May 2017 and October 2017.
News Around the State - Middlesboro Daily News
Federal grant to support prenatal, early childhood programFRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — Kentucky officials say a new $7.5 million grant will support a statewide program aimed at decreasing the number of premature deliveries and low birth weight babies.The state Cabinet for Health and Family Services say the
Corbin takes district title on 41-0 win over Casey County
"Started off slow, Casey is a quality football team. Our defense and special teams played great," Haddix commented.
Sticking with exercise for better physical, mental health - Middlesboro Daily News
It isn’t news that there are many benefits to regular exercise, yet this nation still faces a growing obesity problem, high levels of stress and increased incidences of depression, despite the fact that numerous studies show exercise can help combat all of this and more.While most of us have a whole
Doctor accused of working while drunk at Hazard ARH, suspended from practicing in Kentucky
Splan, who specializes in internal medicine, currently lives and works in Virginia but was working at the Hazard ARH in April when the incident allegedly happened.
Three-county chase ends in arrest
A Newport man was arrested following a looping three county chase Wednesday night.Tennessee Highway Patrol Trooper Paul Kilday said he heard the Dollar General store, across from the THP post on Cosby Road, had been robbed at 7:06 p.m.The officer soon thereafter spotted a vehicle matching the descri
Bell County man charged after threatening two different woman
BELL COUNTY, Ky. (WYMT) -Bell County Sheriff's Department arrested 48-year-old Johnny Rutherford on Thursday.Rutherford was arrested in connection to two separate incidents.On Sept. 6, a woman identified Rutherford as the man who pointed a gun at her while she was picking her granddaughter up at a b
Trial date set for woman accused of murdering her family
WHITLEY COUNTY, Ky. (WYMT) -On October 30th, jury selection is set to begin in a high profile Whitley County murder case.
Sheriff’s Department Makes Drug Bust In Jellico
On October 19th 2018, The Campbell County Sheriff’s Office Special Weapons and Tactics Team executed a narcotics search warrant at 219 High Street Jellico, Tennessee, the residence of Joseph Lee Johnson (30). Sheriff’s Office investigators conducted an investigation into the Joseph Lee Johnson for s
Where’s the fall color? - Middlesboro Daily News
I can’t believe it’s this late in the month of October and the autumn colors in our region have failed to appear. I never remember a year so green this late in the season. Every day I get up and look out to see if any changes have taken place. It just doesn’t seem right to be this green at this time
More details emerge in massive drug fraud case
The $931 million telemedicine-related, drug-fraud case currently being adjudicated in federal court in Greeneville, is the largest-ever prosecution of its kind in the United States, and the second-largest health care-fraud prosecution in the nation’s history, according to information provided Thursd
Two-headed copperhead snake on display at Frankfort wildlife center
FRANKFORT, Ky. (WKYT) -A two-headed copperhead snake found in eastern Kentucky is now on display for visitors in Frankfort.A Leslie County couple discovered the snake, and they donated it to the Salato Wildlife Education Center for educational purposes.“I may encounter a two-headed snake in the wild
Body found on Long Street identified
The decomposed body discovered near a wooded area last week on Long Street has been identified.Laurel County Coroner Doug Bowling said on Thursday that an autopsy had revealed the body was that of 58-year-old Mark Wagers of 405 West 7th Street in Corbin. The cause of death is still unknown, although