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Dog stuffed in garbage bag and thrown off highway found alive • Pet Rescue Report
In Glasgow, Kentucky, a local resident said her dog unexpectedly began to whine and bark on Sunday evening, indicating something was wrong. Moments later, the Good Samaritan spotted an abandoned dog on the side of the highway inside of a black garbage bag.
2 Killed In Putnam County Crash
MONTEREY, Tenn. - Two people were killed in a crash on Highway 62 in Putnam County.The Tennessee Highway Patrol is investigating the crash that was expected closed the highway until 11 p.m.It involved two vehicles, but details about the incident were limited. Officials have not yet released the vict
Bear Gets Caught In Hog Trap In Overton County
LIVINGSTON, Tenn. - The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency was called to a farm in Overton County after a bear got caught in a hog trap.The TWRA posted about the incident on its Facebook page, saying wildlife officer Jamie Greenwood and Sergeant Tim Singleton were called to help release the bear an
Barren Co. man arrested on drug charges
Police found William Smith, 30, of Glasgow, in his car and determined that Smith had an active warrant for his arrest, said a Glasgow Police Department press release.
Police: Drugs, gun found in Glasgow; two arrested
A report of a fight resulted in the arrest of two people Friday, according to the Glasgow Police Department.Officers responded to a Jefferson Street location regarding a fight and a person with a gun, and made contact with John McPhie, 42, of Glasgow, and two women, police said.
Cave City woman arrested for cashing non-winning lottery tickets
Police say Megan Smith had been cashing in non-winning lottery tickets and taking the money for herself since August, stealing a total of $3,000.
Kentucky has the fifth best Strength of Record | Kentucky Sports Radio
The Cats rank fifth overall in that category, behind only LSU, Clemson, Notre Dame and Duke, and ahead of Alabama, Ohio State, Oklahoma and Oklahoma State.
Cave City, Horse Cave approve tax rates
The city council voted unanimously to take the compensating tax rates for real and personal property, as well as motor vehicle and watercraft, City Clerk Jennifer Freeman said.
Two arrested for 28 1/2 ounces of crystal meth
The illegal drug trade took a serious hit early Saturday morning when two people were arrested with over a pound and a half of crystal methamphetamine.The arrests of Tammy M. Vest, 42, of Mink Run Road in Frankfort and James Woods, 55, of American Greeting Card Road in Corbin came as the culmination
Eastern Kentucky woman who celebrated turning 100 in May dies
An Eastern Kentucky woman who recently celebrated her 100th birthday has died.On May 19, Harlan County native Mary Catherine Smith Surgener celebrated her milestone birthday with her family and friends.You can find the original story about her celebration by clickingHERE.Surgener died on Sunday. It
Car and EMS vehicle collide on Crossville Highway
Emergency services were called to what appeared to be a head-on collision between a car and a Crossville Emergency Services vehicle at approximately 11:00 a.m. September 17. Sources said the ambulance was transporting a patient when a car, carrying one occupant, entered the Crossville Highway at a h
Two arrested in Adair County after pursuit involving motorcycle
Isaacs was arrested and charged with speeding 26 MPH < speed limit, reckless driving, wanton endangerment 1st degree, fleeing or evading police 1st degree, (motor vehicle), failure of owner to maintain required insurance 1st offense, no registration receipt, no registration plate, and operating on s
Teen charged in father's death
According to Bruce MacLeod, assistant district attorney general, a a 14-year-old male was charged with voluntary manslaughter via a juvenile petition. MacLeod stated the teen is being held in juvenile detention. Because of the teen’s age, he is not being identified at this time.
Barren Co. man arrested on drug and other charges
When police stopped Garrett Ellis, 50, of Glasgow, Officer Paul Reynolds noticed the odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from Ellis' car. Ellis admitted he had marijuana inside the car, and after a search of the vehicle, a substance suspected to be marijuana was seized, as well as an open bottle of
Bowling Green shelter 'on standby' for more possible evacuees
BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (WBKO) --The Southcentral Kentucky chapter of the Red Cross opened a shelter for Florence evacuees on Saturday, for a family of 20 plus.On Monday, the organization made an announcement about the status of the shelter as the family that was staying there, packed up this morning to
Glasgow Police need public's help in locating two missing teenage girls
The Glasgow Police Department needs your help in locating 17-year-old Danielle Zilligen, 5’6”, 120 lbs., brown hair, brown eyes. She will have a tattoo on her right foot and was wearing a gold TEEJAY necklace.
1 injured in early morning shooting
LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - Louisville Metro Police are investigating a shooting in Buechel.LMPD Spokesperson Dwight Mitchell said that officers were called to the 4400 block of Newport Road around 12:30 a.m. Saturday. Officers were unable to initially find the scene, Mitchell said.A man arrived at Audu
Man arrested for double homicide in Crossville
Joy Nostrom’s husband, Warren, was also there and injured with an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound.
TBI: 14-year-old accused of shooting, killing man in White County
SPARTA, TN (WSMV) - A 14-year-old is accused of shooting and killing a man in White County.The shooting happened Thursday night at a home on Crossville Highway in Sparta.Deputies responded to the 911 call and found a 47-year-old man dead from a gunshot wound.According to the TBI, the juvenile lived
3 more thoughts and postgame notes from Kentucky beating Murray State
A week after Kentucky pulled off a huge win on the road at Florida, they returned home to face FCS opponent Murray State. As expected, Kentucky still seemed to have a hangover from the previous week and looked sluggish.