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Early morning accident claims two men.
Man last seen Wednesday, family fears he may harm himself.
Districts take steps as coronavirus concerns grow
Arrests by KSP Internet Crimes Unit are third this week.
Clark County passed a resolution Tuesday night to become a Second Amendment sanctuary.
Fire crews responded to a house fire Monday morning in Clark county.
There was an explosion and fire at the GenCanna facility in Clark County on Thursday night. The fire chief says fortunately, no one was hurt.
Two people were killed Friday night when the car they were in hit a telephone pole broadside on Becknerville Road in Clark County, according to Sheriff Berl Perdue.
According to the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet, the two-vehicle accident happened on westbound I-64 near the 101 mile marker around 9 a.m. Thursday.
Storm damage was reported Tuesday in Estill, Powell, Clark and other counties, mainly from high winds, according to emergency management officials.
A stretch of eastbound I-64 in Clark County was closed overnight Wednesday when a tractor-trailer crashed and ended up hanging off an overpass, spilling coal on the interstate, according to the state.
A closure is scheduled for Flannagan Road and KY 1923 in Clark County starting on Monday.
A man died after going back into a burning home Tuesday afternoon in Clark County, according to firefighters.
A $500 reward for information on an abandoned puppy in Clark County has almost doubled to a $915 reward in just a day.
Habitat for Humanity Madison and Clark Counties is hosting 'Raising the Walls' on Saturday, July 13.
Lane closures are scheduled for Interstate 64 in Clark County.
The Clark County Homeless Coalition is in need of donations.
These changes are intended to provide enhanced access to necessary locations in the City of Winchester and meet the rapidly changing mobility demands of current and future riders.
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet announced Tuesday the Clark County Fiscal Court will receive $481,000 of state money to resurface some roads in desperate need of repair.
A Clark County public school employee is accused of taking tens-of-thousands of dollars over nearly a decade from the George Rogers Clark High School student activity fund.