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Eastern Kentucky receives more than $2 million in grant money

The state announced Monday more than $2 million has been awarded for projects in Pikeville and Whitesburg.  

Floyd County couple accused of abusing adopted children

A Floyd County couple has been indicted on charges related to abusing their adopted children, according to Mountain Top Media.

Floyd County Sheriff’s Department offers church security training

Floyd County Sheriff's Department says about 200 people attended church security training to help keep people safe.

Five pounds of meth found during drug busts in Floyd County

The Floyd County Sheriff's Office says drug busts at several locations led to the seizure of more than five pounds of meth.

Two Eastern Ky. horse rescues doing well, one up for adoption

Kentucky Humane Society Equine CARE says two horses who were rescued from a mass shooting in December are now  reaching admirable milestones, a healthy pregnancy and tame enough for adoption.  

KSP: Slick roads may be to blame for deadly Floyd County crash

KSP says a Floyd County man died in a car crash Friday morning that could have been caused by snowy conditions.

UPDATE: Man hit and killed in Floyd County identified

A pedestrian who was hit and killed Tuesday night in Floyd County has been identified as 34-year old Eric Terry, of Conley Fork, according to KSP.

Deputies: Morning snow a factor in deadly Floyd County crash

Winter weather played a role in a deadly crash in Floyd County on Tuesday morning, according to investigators.

Young man airlifted to hospital after getting hit by train

KSP says a young man was hit by a train on Friday afternoon after walking along the tracks near the intersection of Route 80 and KY 777 in Floyd County.

More than a dozen arrests in two-county drug roundup

More than a dozen people were arrested Wednesday during a Kentucky State Police drug roundup in Floyd and Pike counties, according to KSP.

Several schools closed or delayed Tuesday due to flooding

Several schools closed or delayed the start of classes on Tuesday due to high water. For an up-to-date list, click on the SnoWatch banner at the top of our home page.

Floyd County mother accused of stabbing her 4-month-old son

Katherine Stepp is accused of being drunk and stabbing her four-month old child in the leg, according to State Police.

UPDATE: Pedestrian hit and killed in Floyd County identified

A pedestrian was hit and killed in Floyd County Wednesday night, according to Kentucky State Police.

UPDATE: Floyd County murder victim identified

A man found murdered in his Floyd County home has been identified as 63-year old Paul Fultz, of Branham's Creek, according to KSP.

UPDATE: Man found murdered in home in Floyd County identified

KSP says when they were called to a Floyd County home on Friday to check on a man, he was found murdered inside the house.

Mother accused of trying to bring drugs to her son in jail

A mother is accused of trying to bring crystal meth to her son in jail, according to the Floyd County Sheriff's Department.

One person killed in Floyd County accident

79-year-old Clark Thorsnberry, of Melvin, died following an accident in Floyd County Tuesday afternoon.

Prestonsburg man wins Publishers Clearing House prize

One Floyd County man got a knock on the door Friday all of us probably wish we would get.

Kentucky county makes $400K deal with former Justice company

The Lexington Herald-Leader reports Floyd County is to receive $400,000 under the deal.

Post Office destroyed by fire in Floyd County

Investigators are still trying to determine the cause of a fire that destroyed a post office and apartment in Floyd County on Monday.

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KSP is investigating a deadly house fire in Robertson County

State Police says one person is dead following a house fire.

LPD: Woman sent to hospital after car flips

Police tell ABC 36 they suspect the woman was driving under the influence when she hit two parked cars and flipped her own car.
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‘Stuff the Bus’ donation drive gives school supplies to families in need

The Salvation Army is hosting it's 'Stuff the Bus' school donation drive this weekend, helping families in need. 
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UK students move in with safety measures in place

It was the first move-in day for incoming students and it was one like never before with several COVID-19 safety measures in place.