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Traffic had to be diverted on I-75 in Grant County Friday when a dump truck hit an overhead sign.
Police in Grant County are asking for the public's help identifying a man in connection to a stolen car case from Saturday night.
A Grant County murder victim called 911 as he was dying to report the name of the man who shot him. State police say around...
DRY RIDGE, Ky. (WTVQ) - Jacob Morris has been coaching in Grant County for 14 years, starting with the middle school level. Now, he's stepping...
He reportedly walked away from his home on Keefer-Lawrenceville Road in Corinth.
Tri-state Freethinkers rallied outside the ark on the anniversary of its grand opening.
Grant County Fiscal Court receives emergency road aid money from the state to help repair three slides.
The 2 year-old was found by a neighbor.
A small town that's been without water for almost a week got it back Thursday night.
They say they found several shell casings and blood on US 25 so they closed the road down right away.
Pothole repairs taking place on I-75 in Grant County Tuesday.
Kentucky Emergency Management (KYEM) sent an Incident Management Team (IMT) to South Carolina to provide assistance with the impending Hurricane Irma.
Officials in a financially troubled northern Kentucky county have approved a new tax on workers in an effort to avoid having the state take over its finances.
A missing Grant County boy has been found safe.
The Grant County Sheriff's Office is searching for a missing 10-year old boy who was last seen in the Williamstown/Mason area, according to a post on the sheriff's office Facebook page.
Officials in Grant County have reversed course and decided to keep the jail open after finding out that it would cost more to close the facility.
Grant County's fiscal court has voted to close the county's only jail after the latest fight between the judge-executive's office and the jail administration.
Funeral arrangements are complete for Jonesville Fire Chief Chase Duvall who passed away on Wednesday.
The Northern Kentucky Health Department is set to get its first needle exchange program.
Police say everything is back to normal after the Georgetown Toyota Plant was briefly put on lockdown Thursday.
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