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A 69-year old woman with underlying health issues became the first person in Clay County to die from complications from COVID-19, according to the Cumberland Valley District Health Department.
Deputies in Clay County say they have charged a man with murder, after a deadly assault.
Victim airlifted to UK Medical Center after incident.
People 18 and younger aren't allowed outside between 9pm and 6am in the City of Manchester in an effort to stop the spread of COVID-19.
Bridge to be closed in Clay County starting April 6.
Man, woman wanted in connection with murder, kidnapping of Jackson County man whose remains were found Saturday.
Work will close Roots Branch Road for about six weeks while bridge replaced.
Man accused of breaking into house, falling asleep.
Man arrested in Clay County after scuffle with deputy
The Clay City Sheriff's Office says 26-year-old David Taylor killed a man in a home Friday night.
Have you seen Jason Davidson, of Manchester? No one has seen him since last November, according to KSP.
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet announced Monday that Clay County received $38,190 in emergency funds for road repairs.
Kentucky State Police says one person is dead after a car crash in Clay County.
One person was killed Sunday in a two-vehicle collision in Clay County, which led to the temporary closure of a stretch of North Highway 421, according to the sheriff.
Clay County Sheriff's Office says a Lexington man is in custody after he threatened to kill someone and ran from deputies.
Matthew Mathis was charged with DUI and other offenses following a police chase in Clay County, according to deputies.
Deputies say 25-year-old David Taylor, of Mill Pond, had previously told to leave the home. but came back and set a fire.
A home in Clay County burned to the ground on Sunday.
A Clay County drug treatment center is damaged after a Thanksgiving evening fire.
The intersection of KY 2432 and Webb Street to the intersection of KY 2432 and Jones Street will be closed from November 25 at 8 a.m. to November 27 at 6 p.m.