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Train hits, kills person in Clark County

WINCHESTER, Ky. (WKYT) -The Clark County Coroner confirms one person has been hit and killed by a train.It happened early Sunday morning off Enterprise Drive.That's in an industrial area surrounded by several factories and businesses.There were people working at some of the surrounding businesses wh

WKYT 27 - 2018-06-24 06:20:00

Tennessee woman leads police on multi-state chase that ends in Corbin

Abbie R. Kent, age 35, of Lowden, Tennessee, was arrested at approximately 2:26 p.m. Saturday on Boone Avenue in Corbin.

CORBIN TIMES-TRIBUNE - 2018-06-24 14:05:00

KSP: man found dead in ditch likely died by drowning

Top Local StoriesCyclists prepare for the Pro Road National ChampionshipsKSP: man found dead in ditch likely died by drowningOpen casting call for kid's talk showBARBOURVILLE, KY (WATE) - Kentucky State Police say a man found dead in a ditch Friday morning likely died from drowning.The man's body wa

WATE - 2018-06-23 18:49:16

KENTUCKY TRAGEDY: Warehouse Collapse Spills Thousands Of Whiskey Casks

Roughly 9,000 barrels of the Barton 1792 distillery’s 18,000 barrel stock in Bardstown, Ky., were lost in the building collapse that started around 11:00 a.m. Friday, Nelson County Dispatch Director Milton Spaldingtoldthe Louisville Courier Journal. No one was in the building at the time of the coll

THE DAILY CALLER - 2018-06-23 14:13:00

Mother Arrested For Leaving Child Alone In Car For 90 Minutes

His clothes were soiled with urine, and that, plus the air-conditioning, had dropped his temperature to 96.2 degrees.

WTVF - 2018-06-23 22:51:35

650-plus Cruisers brave threat of rain

“They’re still rolling in,” Mark Hansford, “voice of Somernites Cruise” heard in downtown Somerset every fourth Saturday through October, said of the more than 650 vehicles that had been counted as of 4:30 p.m. “I think everyone was waiting on the weather. We’ve been playing this game for two months

COMMONWEALTH JOURNAL - 2018-06-24 11:45:00

Owner's childhood friend becomes caretaker of Glasgow B&B

GLASGOW – A woman who owns three southcentral Kentucky bed and breakfasts with her husband recently reunited with a childhood friend and brought her to Glasgow to oversee Main Street Bed and Breakfast.In 2015, after operating Hall Place Bed & Breakfast and Main Street Bed and Breakfast for a few yea

BOWLING GREEN DAILY NEWS - 2018-06-23 15:00:00

After hit-and-run in Taylor, pursuit ends when suspect hits Adair deputy sheriff car

The driver led Taylor County units, Kentucky State Police, Columbia City Police and the sheriff’s office as he fled at some points over 100 mph, speeding from Campbellsville to the Columbia bypass, heading south on Burkesville Road then turning back and then traveling Edmonton Road. He made a u-turn

ADAIRVOICE.COM - 2018-06-24 04:57:07

Corbin men take plea deals in federal burglary case

James Trammell, 18, and Michael Rednour, 29, were arrested in February after allegedly being found with several guns that had been reported missing from Lucky’s Gun and Pawn off Cumberland Gap Parkway in Laurel County. The pair was later named in a federal indictment in March, charging them each wit

CORBIN TIMES-TRIBUNE

Flatwoods police make several drug arrests

Karrie McGuire, of Flatwoods, was arrested for trafficking a controlled substance, among other charges.

WSAZ

Judge Burdette reviewing mental evaluation of Eubank man who fired at teenagers in car

Danny Lee Conley, 65, appeared before Judge Burdette Thursday morning as his attorney Robert Norfleet asked that the evaluation be entered into evidence under seal. The judge granted the motion.

COMMONWEALTH JOURNAL

Mom who forced her daughter to drink alcohol in more trouble

Miranda Gayle Polston, 34, was indicted earlier this month by a Pulaski County grand jury on three counts of first-degree Persistent Felony Offender (PFO).

COMMONWEALTH JOURNAL

Pulse of the Voters — Brian Phelps

What is the definition of traditional American values? For Brian Phelps, the answer is simple.

COMMONWEALTH JOURNAL - 2018-06-24 00:45:00

Four Teens Arrested After High-Speed Chase

The pursuit continued into Davidson County, where the suspect's vehicle was followed by several THP cruisers through the streets of Downtown Nashville, then into Germantown.

WTVF

Construction of Extiel-Advantage Somerset plant to begin this year

Extiel-Advantage Somerset, the GTL (gas to liquid) plant that will be built in Somerset, is still in engineering and design stage, Somerset Mayor Eddie Girdler and Martin Shearer, executive director, Somerset-Pulaski County Development Foundation, said Wednesday.

COMMONWEALTH JOURNAL

Cody Andreychuk Named Lindsey Wilson Baseball Coach

COLUMBIA, Ky. --Cody Andreychukhas been named Lindsey Wilson College's baseball head coach, Lindsey Wilson athletics director Willis Pooler announced on Wednesday.

VICTORY SPORTS NETWORK

First Camaro ever made coming to Somernites this weekend

This 1967 Camaro, the first ever produced, will be on display at the Cruise.AJ Mueller/Chevrolet

COMMONWEALTH JOURNAL

Brace your pocketbooks: Higher taxes on some services and merchandise coming July 1

Provisions of Kentucky’s Tax Reform legislation (HB 366 enacted by the 2018 General Assembly) go into effect July 1 and, among other things, will lighten Pulaski Countians' pocketbooks by extending Kentucky’s 6 percent sales and use tax to about 15 services, and adding another 50 cents tax on a pack

COMMONWEALTH JOURNAL

Body of man who jumped from bridge recovered

The body Samson M. Denton, 31, was pulled from the waters connected to Lake Cumberland on Monday morning at around 6:30 a.m.

COMMONWEALTH JOURNAL

Science Hill extends Dyehouse’s contract

The original contact length was for four years, but at the June board meeting, following a positive superintendent’s evaluation, the offer was made and accepted to add a year to that duration. That gives Dyehouse now four more years under contract.

COMMONWEALTH JOURNAL