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KSP: More explosives found in Harlan Co.

SP said they obtained information indicating possible locations of improvised explosive devices which had been placed in the area above Woodland Hills subdivision on public and private land.

KSP: Collision shuts down Highway 160 in Harlan

State police say a collision Monday afternoon shut down part of Highway 160 in Harlan.

Sediment leaks into creek from Harlan County coal mine

State regulators have shut down operations at a Harlan County coal mine after sediment leaked into a creek.

KSP: Body found after Harlan house fire

State police say a man's body was found after a house fire in Harlan County.

Lawsuit: Harlan hospital pharmacy illegally dispensed drugs

The federal government has filed a lawsuit accusing a hospital pharmacy in Harlan County of filling fraudulent prescriptions that a doctor wrote for other hospital employees.

Jobless rates rise in 65 Kentucky counties

State officials say unemployment rates increased in 65 of Kentucky's 120 counties between March 2015 and March 2016.

11-year-old sent to hospital after Harlan Co. collision

Kentucky State Police say that an 11-year-old child on an electric scooter was taken to the hospital after being hit in the Cobalt Estates subdivision in Harlan Co.

Students spend time with KSP in Harlan

On Thursday, a group of ten Knox Co. Central High School students paid a visit to Kentucky State Police Post 10 in Harlan to learn more about police work.

Rand Paul to hold Town Halls across Eastern KY

On Monday, March 28th, and Tuesday, March 29th, U.S. Senator Rand Paul will hold Town Hall events in Eastern Kentucky.

Mining death in Harlan Co.

A 48-year-old miner was killed Friday in an accident at the Huff Creek No. 1 mine in Holmes Mill, Harlan County, Ky.

Police charge man with murder after remains found

Kentucky State Police say they have charged a man with murder after human remains were found in a wooded area near an eastern Kentucky subdivision.

Open house planned for opening of Mine Training Facility

The Kentucky Coal Academy is planning an event next month to mark the opening of its new Mine Training Facility in southeastern Kentucky.

Hundreds of gallons of gas stolen from FAA radar tower

Authorities are investigating the theft of thousands of dollars of diesel fuel, including some believed to have been stolen from a Federal Aviation Administration radar tower in eastern Kentucky.

Traffic stop leads to drug arrest

A traffic stop led to the drug arrest of a Harlan County woman who also had an active indictment warrant out on her from another county, according to State Police.

Chefs to help prepare meals in some Kentucky schools

Chefs will help schools in eight Kentucky counties start preparing meals using fresh, local foods as part of two farm-to-school pilot projects.

Harlan County communities designated as Trail Town

Three communities in eastern Kentucky have been named the state's 13th Trail Town, a designation used to promote adventure tourism.

You’re invited: KSP Halloween fundraiser Oct. 30 in Corbin

State police want to invite the community to a special fundraiser in Corbin.

Escaped Harlan County inmate caught

An inmate who authorities say escaped after threatening a deputy jailer's life has been captured.

UPDATE: Search is over for man accused of trying to hit Troopers at checkpoint

State Police say the search is over for 38-year old Basil Gilpin, who's accused of trying to hit State Troopers at a safety checkpoint in Bell County July 26, 2015. He was arrested Thursday in Tennessee.

Death investigation in Harlan Co.

State police are investigating after they say they found a woman's body in the Evarts community of Harlan Co.

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