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Human remains discovered in Louisville park

Police say weathered human bones were discovered Wednesday in Louisville's Iroquois Park.

UPDATE: Bones found in Jessamine County

Bones have been found in the trash of a loading dock in Jessamine County.

UPDATE: Search for Human Remains in KY River Ends

The search for additional human remains in the Kentucky River is over. The next challenge is identifying the remains.

Coroner confident bones found near ferry belong to human

Fayette County Coroner Gary Ginn says he know human bones when he sees them and what was found during a training routine this weekend fit the bill.

Human remains being excavated in southern Harrison County

Harrison County Sheriff Rod Seelye says the remains are "relatively recent ... skeletal remains."

Human skull, bones found in Franklin County sinkhole

The Franklin County Sheriff says a human skull and bones were found when a sink hole opened up, exposing what’s left of an old well on a farm in the Switzer community.

Update: Human Bones Found In Corbin Storage Unit

A Police Station In Delaware is investigating if they belong to a missing woman last seen in 1997.

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