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Kentucky Fish and Wildlife debuts crime-fighting app

Kentucky Fish and Wildlife has debuted a new app that will allow people to report suspected illegal activity.

Officials: Alcohol spilling into Ky. River after Jim Beam warehouse fire

The Kentucky River is increasingly showing the effects of the alcohol that spilled into Glenns Creek as a result of the July 2 fire at the Jim Beam bourbon warehouse in Woodford County.

Wildlife agency to discuss hunting, fishing proposals

Members to meet Friday in Frankfort

Fish and Wildlife truck hit, two people injured

A crash on US 127 in Lawrenceburg Friday night end up injuring two.

State Police investigate officer-involved shooting

According to WBKO in Bowling Green, state police are investigating an officer-involved shooting in Butler County.

State police investigate possible drowning in Lee Co.

State police and Fish and Wildlife are responding to a possible drowning in Lee County.

Man dies in apparent boating accident on Lake Cumberland

A man died Monday in an apparent boating accident on Lake Cumberland, according to the Russell County coroner.

Teen missing, believed to have drowned in Kentucky lake

Authorities are searching for a teen believed to have drowned in a Kentucky lake.

Fish and Wildlife holding auction

The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources is holding its fall auction of surplus and confiscated items next week.

Fish and Wildlife recycling trees as fish cover

The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources is taking natural Christmas trees to recycle for fish cover in lakes across the state.

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Two awarded Women’s Club scholarships to MSU

Both interested in medical fields.

Man gets 20 years on federal drug-trafficking charges

Man arrested following searches in January.

Man gets 10 years for felon in possession of weapon

Arrest came after first responders revived him, spotted weapons.

Several schools cancel games, seasons due to rising coronavirus cases

It's a frustrating dance starting to become familiar to parents, coaches, and high school players.