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Garrard County police said the homeowner shot one of the intruders
A 911 call led to a search for missing Richmond mother, Savannah Spurlock, Saturday night in a cavern.
GARRARD COUNTY, Ky. (WTVQ) - The animal shelter in Garrard County says it's overwhelmed after taking in almost 50 dogs since Friday. It says most...
Organizers of the "Missing Savannah" Facebook page say they have organized new search efforts for the missing Richmond mother.
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Garrard County Emergency Management credits first responders' skills and use of technology for quickly finding a missing man Monday.
A Garrard County roads previously closed due to high water is now open again as of Friday, March 1st at 2 p.m.
Texas Equusearch will be joining local agencies in the search in Garrard County beginning on Saturday.
The search for missing Richmond mother, Savannah Spurlock continues off of Fall Lick Road in Garrard County.
The Garrard County Health Department says an employee at McDonald's has been diagnosed with Hepatitis A.
Richmond Police released photos of Savannah Spurlock's cell phone and purse in hopes of generating new leads in the search for the missing mother of four.
Investigators hope an autopsy will help answer questions after a missing woman was found dead in a truck submerged in a lake in Garrard County on Tuesday.
Police went to the scene where they say they found a car off the roadway on fire and an unconscious driver trapped inside.
The Garrard County Animal Shelter is hoping you can help the county press animal abuse charges against someone accused of hurting and abandoning dogs.
Richmond Police and State Police say they have executed a search warrant at a Garrard County home regarding Savannah Spurlock's missing person case.
Garrard County Police say a woman was killed in a head-on collision Sunday with a truck, which was towing an SUV.
The Garrard County Animal Shelter says a dog was shot with an arrow Wednesday.
A well-known central Kentucky furniture store is under investigation after suddenly closing and allegedly leaving dozens of paying customers without their furniture.
A man pleaded guilty Thursday in a deadly DUI crash case in Boyle County in exchange for an 11-year prison sentence, according to court documents.