|Deputies: Somerset Man Admits to Stealing Motorcycle, Then Selling it for $200
According to deputies in Pulaski County, a motorcycle owner reported his bike missing and then saw it for sale at a local auction site nearly a week later.
|Man Wanted on 21 Charges Arrested in Pulaski Co.
A Pulaski County man who had warrants on him for 21 charges is now in jail, according to officials.
|School Bus & Truck Sideswipe Each Other in Pulaski County
According to deputies, a Pulaski County school bus was involved in an accident Monday afternoon, on a day in which most students are typically out of school.
|2014 36 Blitz: Pulaski Co.
John Hines and company are set on getting back to the state title game and finishing what they started in 2013. Video
|Woman Accused of Trying to Shoot Her Brother
A Somerset woman is behind bars after Pulaski County deputies said she tried to shoot her brother during a fight.
|Pulaski Sheriff: Man Catches Neighbor Trying to Burglarize His Home
A Somerset man is in custody after deputies said a neighbor caught him trying to break into their home.
|High School Hoops Highlights & Scores (2-14-14)
Lots of games canceled around the coverage, but there were still some that went on. Highlights and scores here! Video
|High School Hoops Highlights & Scores (3-7-14)
Boys regional action from Frankfort, Somerset and Maysville. Video
|Body Found in Wayne Co. May Have Been Missing from Pulaski Co.
The Pulaski County Sheriff's Office is checking to see if a body found in Wayne County is that of an elderly woman who has been missing from Pulaski County for several months.
|Pulaski Students Urged to Make Healthier Choices in "Life is Cool" Program
Almost 800 Pulaski County fourth graders are taking part in "Life is Cool," a workshop to help them learn how life choices impact others' lives through organ and tissue donations.
|Escaped Bell Co. Inmate Captured in Pulaski Co.
The Sheriff's Office in Pulaski County said it located an escapee from the Bell County Forestry Camp.
|Teen Killed by Train in Pulaski County
A 19-year-old man has died after being hit by a train early Monday morning in Pulaski County, according to officials.
|Fire Hits Funeral Home in Pulaski Co.
Crews in Science Hill got an unusual call Sunday night as they responded to a funeral home that had caught on fire.
|Man Charged with Robbing Home with BB Gun
Deputies in Pulaski County said they arrested a man from Crab Orchard for trying to rob a home in Nancy with a BB pistol.
|High School Highlight Reel (State Semis)
Scott Co. tops Male 24-10.
Pulaski Co. stays undefeated headed to state title.
Lex Cath can't complete comeback vs. Highlands.
Bourbon bounced by Belfry.
Somerset loses in Double OT...
And much more! Video
|Sheriff: 3 Suspects Tied Up 3 Elderly Residents in Pulaski Co.
The Pulaski County Sheriff's Office is looking for three people who they said broke into two homes in the northern part of the county.
|Escaped Fayette Co. Inmate Captured in Pulaski Co.
An inmate who walked away from the Blackburn Correctional Complex on January 20 was arrested Friday in Pulaski County, according to officials.
|High School Hoops Highlights & Scores (1-17-14)
Billy Hicks gets career win No. 857 for state record.
Lafayette beats LCA.
Southwestern tops Pulaski in 2OT.
|Message of Hate
On the eve of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, a day meant to celebrate equality and unity, some people in Pulaski County woke up to a message of hate. Video
|36 Blitz: Pulaski Co. Maroons
A look at the 2013 boys under John Hines. Video
|Pulaski Deputies Make 3 Arrests Tied to Home Robbery
A reported home robbery that happened Monday on Pulaski County's Glade Fork Road has led to the arrest of all three suspects involved.
|Passenger In Pulaski Plane Crash Released From Hospital
The passenger of a plane that crashed in Pulaski County Monday afternoon, has been released from UK Hospital, according to officials.
|Tanker Truck Overturns in Southern Pulaski Co.
A serious accident involving a cargo truck loaded with gasoline occurred early Thursday morning in the Sloan Valley area, according to State Police.