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UPDATE: 9 inmates charged with escape after digging hole at Big Sandy jail

Nine inmates are accused of digging a hole in a shower wall at the Big Sandy jail in Paintsville.

Ex-principal in Kentucky pleads guilty in child porn case

A former Kentucky high school principal has pleaded guilty to child pornography charges stemming from uploaded nude images of a student whose cellphone he confiscated.

Committee OKs bill making it easier for felons to get jobs

A Senate committee has advanced legislation aimed at making it easier for Kentuckians with criminal records to land jobs in an effort to reduce the state's prison population.

EKU professor creates empathy app for teens

A professor at Eastern Kentucky University hopes to take advantage of all the time people spend on their phones.

Store Owner Attacked After Theft

A Lexington business owner says he was attacked after three people stole from his store.

Franklin Sheriff: 18 Pounds of Weed Found in Drug Bust

Deputies in Franklin County said a cell phone left on top of an officer's car led them to a very large drug bust on Friday.

As Cell Phone Use Increases, 911 Call Center Funding Decreases

911 call centers across the state are starting to feel the pinch of decreased funding as more Kentuckians drop their land lines in favor of cell phones.

Frankfort Police Search for First Baptist Robber

Officers in Frankfort want to find the man they believe broke into a church Sunday afternoon and then held a worker at gunpoint.

Ky. Woman Convicted In Family Slayings Found Dead

A southern Kentucky woman convicted and sentenced to life in prison for plotting the death of her family two decades ago has been found dead in her prison cell.

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