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A retired Kentucky State Trooper and former member of the KSP Executive Security Detail was killed in a collision Tuesday in Clay County.
A Clay County man with outstanding warrants was found hiding in a closet in a Save-A-Lot store, according to the sheriff's office.
Clay County Sheriff's Department found a stolen car burnt to a crisp Sunday afternoon.
A Clay County boy suffered severe burns after someone poured scalding water on him, according to deputies.
Four teens are accused of vandalizing a building owned by a church, according to deputies.
Deputies are still looking for one man after a chase in Clay County.
A tractor-trailer partially overturned, dumping its load of lumber down an embankment in Clay County on Monday.
A car caught fire Wednesday in Clay County.
A man was arrested overnight in Clay County after being accused of being out of control and threatening people with a knife, according to the Sheriff's Office.
A Clay County man has been charged with having and distributing child pornography, according to State Police.
A Clay County inmate who walked away from a work release detail last Friday in Manchester, turned himself-in on Wednesday night, according to the Clay County Sheriff's Office.
27-year-old Angela Lovins, of Gregory Branch Road, was arrested early Friday morning.
A Clay County man was arrested on drug and other charges after a foot chase with deputies.
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) will begin construction on U.S. 421 in Clay County on Monday April 22nd and is advising drivers of possible lane closures.
Spray paint did not keep Clay County deputies from identifying a stolen car Wednesday morning.
Clay Co. Sheriff: 37-year-old Frankie Carpenter and 36-year-old Gretta Dezarn were arrested.
An anonymous tip led to the arrest of a woman Tuesday in Clay County in connection to a stolen four-wheeler and numerous outstanding warrants, according to the Clay County sheriff.
Law enforcement in several counties had to rescue people from high water this weekend.
Outages were reported by various utility companies in Breathitt, Clay, Floyd, Knott, Letcher, Perry and Pike counties.
The threat of flooding and widespread illness forced some schools to dismiss early or cancel classes the rest of the week.