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UPDATE: One dead, others injured in Boyle County crash

One person was killed and others were injured Friday night in a collision on the US 127 North Bypass in Boyle County, according to Boyle County EMA.

Home invasion turns deadly in Harrison County

A home invasion turned deadly in Harrison County after a person inside the home shot the would-be invader.

Woman charged in death of two Berea College students faces a judge

A Madison County woman is accused of manslaughter in a car crash that killed two Berea College students.

Friends of Winchester shooting victims speak out

The two girls were students in Winchester, known for being kind-hearted and fun to be around.

One dead after officer-involved shooting

According to Kentucky State Police, one man is dead following an officer-involved shooting.

Woman dead, 4 injured in violent collision

A woman was killed and four people were taken to the hospital following a violent collision on Walnut Meadow Road in Berea Friday night

Morehead man killed in crash

A Morehead man died in a single vehicle crash Tuesday night in Rowan County, according to the coroner.

One killed, two injured in Laurel County crash

A Laurel County woman was killed, her husband and a passenger seriously injured in a crash just east of London, according to the Laurel County Sheriff's Office.

Somerset man killed in violent three car crash

An elderly Somerset man died in a three car crash in Pulaski County Friday morning, according to the Pulaski County Sheriff's Office.

Lexington Police investigating deadly stabbing

A 37-year-old man is dead after being stabbed on Sunday, according to police.

Ali Center honoring protester killed in Charlottesville

The Muhammad Ali Center is honoring a woman who died during a white-nationalist rally in Virginia that descended into deadly violence.

Police: Lexington man arrested for fatal shooting

A man has been arrested for a deadly shooting in Lexington, according to authorities.

Cynthiana woman killed in collision with semi

A Cynthiana woman was killed late Friday morning in a collision with a semi, according to the Harrison County coroner.

Fire official says man, 18, killed on fair ride

A Columbus fire official says the man killed after an "aggressive thrill ride" fell apart at the Ohio State Fair was 18.

Police: 6 dead in Interstate 65 crash in Kentucky

Kentucky authorities say six people have died as a result of a four-vehicle crash on Interstate 65.

Man attacked and killed by pack of dogs

State Police say a 79-year old man was attacked and killed by a pack of dogs Tuesday morning in McCreary County.

Motion denied in deadly DUI case

A Judge made a ruling Thursday in the case against a Lexington woman accused of hitting and killing two people last fall.

Nicholasville officer sent to hospital after drug encounter

It is a frightening reminder of the dangers of opioids. A Nicholasville police officer had to spend hours in the hospital this weekend after coming into contact with drugs so toxic even a small dose can be lethal.

One dead, one wounded in shooting in Lexington

Lexington Police are investigating a double shooting that left a 19-year old man dead and another man wounded.

KSP: Deadly hit-and-run in Rockcastle County

State Police are looking for a driver they say hit and killed a woman and drove off in Rockcastle County.

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