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Kentucky man charged in death of man found in toolbox

A central Kentucky man has been arrested in the death of a 29-year-old man whose body was found inside a toolbox floating in a creek last year.

Meeting Monday Night to Discuss Legacy Trail Stream Restoration

A release from the Department of Environmental Quality and Public Works says a mile-long section of Cane Run Creek between Citation Boulevard and the interstate will be restored.

HS Hoops Highlights & Scores (1-20-17)

Alex Risen & Kennedy Hardman break down all the best action from around Central Kentucky.

2 sentenced in death of man found in sleeping bag in Kentucky creek

An Ohio couple have been sentenced in the death of a relative after his body was found in a sleeping bag in a Kentucky creek.

High School Highlight Reel (11-11-16)

Alex Risen breaks down all the coverage area action from the second round of the playoffs!

High School Highlight Reel (11-4-16)

Alex Risen and Kennedy Hardman break down the playoff action across Central Kentucky.

High School Highlight Reel (10-14-16)

Alex Risen and Matt Groves break down the biggest games and best plays from all over Central Kentucky!

High School Highlight Reel (9-2-16)

Alex Risen and Kennedy Hardman break down all the best action from around Central Kentucky!

Body found in Kentucky creek; autopsy planned

Kentucky State Police say a body has been found in a creek near Bowling Green.

UPDATE: Officials ID body found floating inside toolbox in creek

A Kentucky coroner has identified the body of a man found inside a toolbox floating in a Grayson County creek.

Sediment leaks into creek from Harlan County coal mine

State regulators have shut down operations at a Harlan County coal mine after sediment leaked into a creek.

Man accused of dumping raw sewage into Anderson County creek

A septic-tank installer has been accused of illegally discharging an estimated 1,000 gallons of raw sewage into an Anderson County creek that runs into the Kentucky River.

Man killed in rollover crash into creek

State Police say a Gunlock man was killed in a rollover accident in a creek Monday afternoon.

HS hoops highlights & scores (2-17-16)

Check out the highlights from Madison Central's double-overtime win over Lex Cath and Tates Creek's win over Western Hills.

HS hoops highlights & scores (1-26-16)

Action from 3 coverage area boys' games plus scores from across the state.

Go-Fund Me page set after Kentucky family drowns in creek

Authorities say a family of five from Elkton, Kentucky died Saturday night after trying to drive across a low-lying bridge.

Kentucky family dies after car is swept into Illinois creek

A coroner says three adults and two children have drowned in southern Illinois after the vehicle they were riding in was swept away and sank in a rain-swollen creek.

Coal mining company hit with fine that could reach $3.25M

Kentucky's Energy and Environment Cabinet has agreed to levy a stiff fine against a coal mining company which acknowledged thousands of Clean Water Act violations, effectively barring the company from operating in Kentucky in the future.

Harlan County communities designated as Trail Town

Three communities in eastern Kentucky have been named the state's 13th Trail Town, a designation used to promote adventure tourism.

Visitation and Funeral scheduled for murdered 7 year-old girl

Visitation and Funeral scheduled for murdered 7 year-old girl from Allen County.

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