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Lightning may be to blame for business fire in Campbellsville

Investigators say a lightning strike may be to blame for a fire at H & W Sport Shop on Central Avenue in downtown Campbellsville.

Murder charge for Campbellsville woman

Kentucky State Police have arrested 33-year-old Brandy N. Roth of Campbellsville, charging her with murder.

Investigators identify body found in Campbellsville culvert

Campbellsville police released the identity of a woman who investigators say was found dead in a culvert.

KSP: Campbellsville man charged with rape, 17 counts of sex abuse

State police accuse 53-year-old Michael Sweeney of Campbellsville of rape. Troopers say he was arrested on Wednesday on Central Avenue.

Bevin, Conway to campaign in Campbellsville on July Fourth

Kentucky's two major party candidates for governor are not taking a day off for Independence Day.

Last day for Campbellsville Fire Dept. to contest fine

Today is the last day for the Campbellsville Fire Dept. to contest a fine connected with last year's deadly ice bucket challenge accident.

UPDATE: Campbellsville Power Line Met Safety Standards

The Kentucky Public Service Commission said there was not anything wrong with the power line that shocked four Campbellsville firefighters during an ice bucket challenge.

UPDATE: One Firefighter Out Of Hospital, Another Still Critical After Ice Bucket Challenge Accident

Campbellsville firefighter Alex Quinn, who was seriously injured after suffering an electrical shock during an ice bucket challenge, was released from the hospital on Tuesday. Captain Tony Grider remained in critical condition, according to the hospital.

UPDATE: 2 Firefighters Hurt in ALS Challenge “Improving”

Two Campbellsville Firefighters remained at a Louisville hospital three weeks after they were injured during an ice bucket challenge.

Set of praying hands made from tree at university

An 8-foot set of praying hands that will be displayed at Campbellsville University is the work of an artist who carved the hands from a 100-year-old oak tree that stood on the campus of the central Kentucky Christian school.

UPDATE: Firefighter Improves, 2 Return to Duty Following Accident in Campbellsville

Two injured firefighters have resumed their posts and another has been upgraded to stable condition, according to Campbellsville Rescue Fire Chief Kyle Smith.

Investigation into Campbellsville University Power Lines Begins

Kentucky Utilities and several agencies are launching investigations into how and why Thursday's ALS challenge went horribly wrong at Campbellsville University.

UPDATE: New Details On Accident During Ice Bucket Challenge

A statement released by the Campbellsville Police Department detailed what went wrong during Thursday morning's "Cold Water Plunge" at Campbellsville University.

UPDATE: Names Released of Campbellsville Firefighters Flown to UofL Hospital

Officials have released the names and photos of two firemen hurt in Thursday's accident that occurred during an "Ice Bucket Challenge" at Campbellsville University.

Report: 3 Firefighters Hurt During Campbellsville University’s “Ice Bucket Challenge”

ABC36 has learned that three firefighters were injured when the ladder to their fire truck reportedly touched a main power line during the Campbellsville University's "Ice Bucket Challenge" on Thursday.

Counterfeit Money Being Passed In Campbellsville

Campbellsville Police warned businesses that bogus bills are being passed in the area.

Campbellsville Bank Reports Suspicious Person

Police responded to the Citizens Bank and Trust in Campbellsville, KY after receiving reports of a suspicious individual in the bank.

Campbellsville Bank Reports Suspicious Person

Police responded to the Citizens Bank and Trust in Campbellsville, KY after receiving reports of a suspicious individual in the bank.

Mitch McConnell Reacts To Olympic Uniform Controversy

Senator Mitch McConnell of Kentucky touted Kentucky-based companies that would be more than happy to make the U.S. Olympic uniforms after learning that they had been made in China.

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