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Jessica McKiddy is accused of driving under the influence and hitting and killing a pedestrian in Whitley County, according to investigators.
A Laurel County man escaped serious injury after flipping his truck on a rural road Thursday night, but he still ended up in a heap of trouble.
Car hits building in downtown Monticello.
A veteran Franklin County school bus driver is credited with quick reaction to lessen the severity of a collision involved an alleged drunk driver, according to the State Journal.
A Corbin man was arrested after deputies say he left his 8-year old daughter home alone.
The measure, known as Senate Bill 74, would allow police to seek a search warrant for blood alcohol concentration tests in all DUI investigations.
Knox County Sheriff's Office says Laurel Sanders is charged with driving under the influence after her children were badly injured in a car crash.
Pulaski County deputies say Billy Wilson was caught after running from them during a burglary. Wilson is facing a murder charge for a 2019 fatal crash.
Matthew Mathis was charged with DUI and other offenses following a police chase in Clay County, according to deputies.
Joshua Stopher avoided trial by accepting a plea deal in connection with a car crash that killed his wife in 2018.
The Laurel County Sheriff's Office says a man was arrested for driving his car into the water while under the influence..
The family of a ten-year-old girl killed in a suspected DUI crash this summer in Lexington is suing the woman accused of causing the crash and the owner of the car she was reportedly driving.
Deputies say a mother who had drugs in her system when she tried to drive over a flooded bridge, causing her toddler to die, is charged with murder.
Pulaski County's deputy judge-executive reported to his job Tuesday, hours after being arrested for driving under the influence.
Pulaski County's deputy judge-executive was arrested and charged with DUI on Monday night, according to the Pulaski County Detention Center website.
A semi driver was charged with DUI after crashing on I-75 in Scott County on Wednesday, backing up traffic for miles on one of the busiest travel days of the year.
A Kentucky woman has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for causing a deadly car crash.
Lexington Police said a man was driving on New Circle Road when he hit a pedestrian trying to cross the street.
Lexington police said early Saturday morning a man was hit while riding an electric scooter, the driver charged with DUI.
According to Fayette County District Court, a judge reduced Sequoyah Collins' bond from $500,000 to $150,000 on Tuesday. Police accuse her of causing a crash that killed a 10-year-old.