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Mystery object that hit Kentucky home remains unidentified

Tommy Woosley says a heavy, nearly footlong canister-type object hit his home in Burgin, about 75 miles southeast of Louisville, two weeks ago.

Burgin Mayor injured in confrontation with citizen

Charges pending for man who attacked Burgin mayor.

Burgin Mayor Fires City’s Police Chief

Police Chief Jim Caldwell, Burgin's sole police officer for 21 years, has been fired by Burgin Mayor George Hensley.

KSP investigates threat against police officer

City of Burgin received letter threatening city police officer, according to KSP.

Boyle community mourns death of former fire chief

The Boyle County community is mourning the death of Brian "Scotty" Sexton. He's the former deputy fire chief in Danville and chief in Burgin.

Mercer Co. man arrested on child sexual exploitation charges

The Kentucky State Police Electronic Crime Branch says a Mercer Co. man has been arrested after he was found sharing images of child sexual exploitation online.

Utilities unveil Kentucky’s largest solar power plant

Louisville Gas & Electric and Kentucky Utilities have unveiled the state's largest solar facility.

Mercer County man crashes into field, escapes police on foot

Police dash camera video shows a Mercer County man crashing into a field. Burgin Police say that's when he jumped out and got away on foot.

Burgin Police Looking for Fugitive Considered Armed & Dangerous

A man considered armed and dangerous by police is on the run.

UPDATE: Work To Resume On Kennedy Mill Bridge Project

Exploratory drilling work was scheduled to begin September 29, 2014, at the Kennedy Mill Bridge that carries KY 152 over Herrington Lake at the Garrard-Mercer County line near Burgin.

Update: Names Released of Hotel Robbery Suspects

Lexington police are trying to figure out if two men who were charged with robbing three guests at the Bluegrass Extended Stay Hotel knew their alleged victims.

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Three new coronavirus-related deaths, two in Fayette County

The state reported 277 new coronavirus cases on Sunday as the number of positive cases continues to climb.

Renters burned out of home, firefighter overcome by heat

Twenty fire units were on the scene so the department could rotate firefighters to keep them fresh and protect them from heat-related injuries.