Fort Campbell

200 soldiers returning to Fort Campbell from Afghanistan

he soldiers will be welcomed home in a ceremony at the post.

Korean War soldier’s remains to be buried in Kentucky

The remains of Army private Robert J. Sipes were identified by the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency last month using DNA, dental records and other evidence.

Frontier adds Louisville to Orlando nonstop flight

It's the third nonstop flight added by Frontier at the Louisville airport this year.

Sale of racist memorabilia banned at Kentucky fairgrounds

The ban follows Nazi Christmas decorations and an authentic KKK robe being seen on display or for sale at the National Gun Day annual show last month.

Three arrested on drug charges after 4-month-long investigation

After a four month long investigation, the Manchester Police Department and Kentucky State Police have arrested three people on drug related charges.

UPDATE: More plea deals in Pikeville police officer’s murder

Two women accused of helping an accused cop killer hide from authorities in Pikeville, entered plea deals in the case, according to the Appalachian News Express.

Clay Co. mom arrested after child found in horrible conditions

State Police say they have arrested a woman after finding a ten-year-old she was caring for in horrible living conditions.

Technology chief’s huge pay raise doesn’t come up in hearing

A top technology official who received a massive pay increase from the governor has briefed lawmakers on changes he's made to his state office.
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Each ballot matters: One vote decided a Kentucky House race

A 76-year-old Kentucky woman said she voted absentee on election day because she uses a walker and recently had surgery to remove a cancerous tumor.

Bevin signs order to support Israel against BDS movement

Gov. Matt Bevin has signed an executive order to ban the award of state contracts to companies that participate in boycott, divestment and sanction practices against Israel.

Clay County fugitive wanted by federal authorities

The Manchester Police Department and the ATF are looking for a man wanted on federal charges.

Bevin recognizes sacrifice of Kentucky soldier returned from Korean War

Governor Matt Bevin recognized the sacrifice of a Kentucky soldier who died in the Korean War Thursday.
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Harlan County High School placed on lock down Thursday

Harlan County High School was placed on lock down Thursday afternoon, according to a Facebook post from Harlan County Public Schools.

Hate-crime indictments returned in Kentucky grocery killings

A federal grand jury in Kentucky has charged a white man with three hate crimes in the shooting deaths of two African-Americans last month at a grocery.
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No charges in death of teen trapped in minivan

A prosecutor says no one will face criminal charges for the failed response to a 16-year-old Ohio student who died trapped in a minivan parked near his school.

2 plead not guilty on charges related to Ohio family massacre

Attorneys entered not guilty pleas for two women charged with misleading authorities investigating an Ohio family massacre.

Kroger holding lottery for Pappy Van Winkle bourbon

Kroger is offering a chance to purchase a bottle of Pappy Van Winkle Bourbon at any of the 47 Louisville Division Kentucky Kroger Wine and Spirits Shops on November 23 from 4-8 p.m.

Texas serial killer may be tied to murders in Kentucky

Investigators say Samuel Little provided details of more than 90 other murders in multiple states, including Kentucky.

KY Supreme Court strikes down medical review panels, upholds right-to-work law

FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) - The Latest on rulings from the Kentucky Supreme Court (all times local): 11:15 a.m. The Kentucky Supreme Court...
Winter, Driving, Icy, Roads

Multiple crashes due to weather in Frankfort

Traffic officials say part of I-64 is shut down in Frankfort after multiple crashes have happened due to weather.

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