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Gov. Bevin Sets Date for Special Election to fill house district seat

Gov. Matt Bevin executed a writ of election to fill the vacancy resulting from the resignation.

HS hoops highlights & scores (1-4-18)

Action from Bryan Station's 68-62 win over Madison Central featured.

Florence man killed by truck he was working on

In Boone County, a Florence man has died after his truck fell on top of him. The Sheriff's Office says Rocky Creekmore was working on his Chevy Silverado Saturday. 

Rabbit Hash General Store on track to reopen in 2017

Work is progressing toward the reopening this year of a northern Kentucky landmark that was destroyed by fire.

UPDATE: Boone County Reaches $3.5M Settlement After Shooting

A Kentucky county has agreed to a $3.5 million settlement with the family and passengers of a teenager who was fatally shot by a sheriff's deputy as she tried to drive away from a large party.

Northern Kentucky counties get boost to combat illegal drugs

The Office of National Drug Control Policy is giving three northern Kentucky counties a boost in fighting illegal drugs.

Search may resume for car that plunged into Ohio River

Authorities are hoping to resume a search this week for a car that plunged into the Ohio River after a pileup on a bridge leading from Kentucky to Cincinnati.

Fire destroys landmark Rabbit Hash General Store in Kentucky

A fire has destroyed a northern Kentucky landmark - the 184-year-old Rabbit Hash General Store in Boone County.

Road work set for Boone, Kenton, Campbell & Harrison Counties

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet District 6 would like the public to be aware of the following conditions and/or operations that are being reported for highways in District Six.

Beetle released in Kentucky to save hemlock trees

Officials say predatory beetles have been released into the Daniel Boone National Forest in an effort to save its hemlock trees.

Northern Kentucky distiller joins industry trade group

A northern Kentucky distillery has joined the ranks of the Kentucky Distillers' Association as the group's 28th member.

Daniel Boone National Forest waiving some fees on Wednesday

The Daniel Boone National Forest is waiving fees on Wednesday at several recreation areas in honor of Veterans Day.

Daniel Boone Forest waiving some fees this weekend

Fees will be waived at several recreation areas in the Daniel Boone National Forest this weekend to celebrate National Public Lands Day.

Federal agency proposes taking plant off threatened list

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is proposing to take white-haired goldenrod off the list of threatened and endangered species.

Madison Co. school reminder

Due to building renovations, Daniel Boone Elementary will not start classes until Monday, August 17.

Public may submit project proposals for national forest

The public is being asked to submit project proposals that would benefit public lands and natural resources in the Daniel Boone National Forest.

Social worker who tried to help girl gets 3-day suspension

A Boone County social worker who faced possible termination for checking up on a 7-year-old girl whose case had been closed by another worker has received a 3-day suspension.

Boone Co. named healthiest county in Kentucky

Owsley Co. receives the lowest ranking in 6th annual County Health Rankings report.

Prescribed fires planned at Big South Fork, Daniel Boone

National Park Service fire crews will be conducting prescribed fires within Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area and the Daniel Boone National Forest during the next few weeks.

Forest Service conducts controlled burning

Fire management officials with the Daniel Boone National Forest will implement controlled burns over the next few weeks.

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Another former NFL player pleads guilty in health-fraud scheme

The far reaching case is in federal court in Lexington because the fraudulent health care claims were processed in the city, according to the Lexington Herald-Leader.

McConnell says he’ll ignore bi-partisan stimulus movement

Many Republicans won’t even acknowledge that Trump has lost the election and good faith between the two parties remains in short supply.

US panel: 1st vaccines to health care workers, nursing homes

The panel voted 13-1 to recommend those groups get priority in the first days of any coming vaccination program, when doses are expected to be very limited.