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Appalachian Regional Healthcare honored nationally for opioid, sepsis work

Appalachian Regional Healthcare (ARH) says five of its medical centers and hospitals have been honored nationally for improving outcomes for septic patients and for addressing the opioid epidemic, partially through safer prescription practices.

Deputies: Barbourville man arrested for leaving child home alone

Deputies arrested a man in Barbourville for leaving two year old child home alone.
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New high-tech workforce training center coming to Barbourville

The 37,000-square-foot center is expected to create 10 full-time jobs for faculty and staff, and will serve more than 1,000 students and trainees wishing to pursue new career opportunities or build upon existing skill sets.

Eastern Kentucky to benefit from federal workforce development grants

Federal grant money to improve workforce development and infrastructure is headed to Barbourville, Nicholas County and Greenup.
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Kentucky cities and counties receiving road funds from state

The state says discretionary funds for critical pavement improvements are coming to Leslie County, Knox County, the city of Lancaster and the city of Barbourville.
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Pedestrian hit and killed in Knox County

A California man was hit and killed while trying to cross U.S. 25E in Barbourville Friday night, according to police.

Bomb threat at Knox Co. school unfounded

A bomb threat at a Knox County elementary school is unfounded, according to Barbourville Police. 

KSP: Drugs and alcohol suspected factors in deadly crash

Drugs and alcohol are suspected factors in a crash that left one person dead and three others injured in Knox County, according to State Police.

Drug bust leads to arrest in Barbourville

A man is behind bars this afternoon following a drug bust made by Barbourville City Police and U.S. Marshal, according to The Mountain Advocate Newspaper.

Search on for Knox County burglary suspect

The search is on for a Knox County man accused of stealing equipment and a pickup truck from a home in Barbourville. 
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Sign installation on US 25E in Barbourville

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet will be installing signs to extend the 45 mph speed zone on US 25E in Barbourville.

UPDATE: Identity released of victim in deadly crash on KY 3439

We now have details on the fatal crash on Ky 3439 in Knox County.

Police: Barbourville man arrested after being identified in a photo lineup

BARBOURVILLE, Ky. (WTVQ) – A Barbourville man was identified in a photo lineup as one of the suspects in a kidnapping and rape case,...
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Corps managing Cumberland River Basin for approaching rain

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Nashville District is managing releases as appropriate at its dams on the Cumberland River and its tributaries in preparation of a forecasted rainfall event Feb 10-12.

Arrest made in Knox County school threat case

A man was arrested Wednesday afternoon, accused of making threats against an elementary school in Knox County, according to State Police.

Man shot by police upgraded to critical condition

BARBOURVILLE, Ky. (WTVQ)- A man shot by police officers Saturday in Barbourville has been upgraded from critical to serious condition. State police say Brandon Moses...

BPD: Former Professor Arrested on Child Porn Charges Dating Back to 2014

Barbourville Police say a former professor was arrested Sunday on child pornography charges following an investigation that began in June 2014.
Drug Bust

BPD: Burglary Complaint Leads to Meth Bust

Active meth lab discovered, three arrested in Barbourville, according to police.

2 Sent to Hospital With Severe Injuries After Wreck Sends Truck into Office

The Mountain Advocate is reporting that several people were injured in a wreck that sent a Ford Expedition into the State Farm Insurance office in Union Plaza.
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Regulators Allow Big Rivers to Sell Power to 9 Cities

Big Rivers Electric Corp. could potentially provide wholesale electric power to as many as nine Kentucky cities under a contract approved by the state's Public Service Commission.

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