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Henderson man tazed following police chase

Ernesto A. Martinez-Pascual faces nearly a dozen charges following a chase with KSP.

Bodies of 2 women, 5 animals found at western Kentucky home

Authorities say two women and five animals have been found dead at a home in western Kentucky.

Eddyville man leads Henderson police, state troopers in lengthy pursuit in mulitple

Kentucky state troopers joined Henderson Police in pursuing a man that led them on two separate chases through the town.

Warren, Bullitt and Henderson awarded grant to improve mental health services in schools

The Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) and the Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services (CHFS) announced Thursday, the award of a $9 million federal grant to increase awareness of mental health issues among Kentucky students across the state and in three pilot school districts.

Man pushing stalled car on bridge hit and killed

A man pushing his stalled car on the US 41 twin bridge in Henderson County was hit from behind and killed Monday, according to State Police.

Trooper uses taser at end of foot chase after traffic stop

What began as a traffic stop, ended with a foot chase and a Trooper using his taser to arrest a suspect in Henderson.

Indiana man arrested in KY for possession of meth

State Police says it has arrested an Indiana man on drug charges in Henderson on Monday morning.

Indiana, Kentucky officials narrow I-69 bridge sites to 3

Project team officials also announced Thursday that two of the routes still under consideration would call for removal of the U.S. 41 Twin Bridges.

One killed in Henderson County fireworks accident

Officials say an Indiana man has died in Kentucky after a fireworks accident.

KSP To Begin Charging Fee For Fingerprint Service

According to State Police effective July 1, KSP will begin charging a fee of $10.00 per set of fingerprint impressions taken when requested by a person for a professional trade, commercial purposes or for personal use.

KSP asks for help identifying theft suspects

KSP asks for the public's help identifying a man and woman they say cashed out another person's slot machine at Ellis Park and left with the winnings.

Woman accused of using meth, driving recklessly in work zone

State Police say a woman was on meth while driving recklessly through a work zone in Henderson.

$970,000 grant going to new aluminum plant in Henderson Co.

The Kentucky Department for Local Government has approved a $970,000 block grant for the development of a 75,000-square-foot facility in Henderson County run by Hansens Aluminum that will create 50 jobs.

Mother, Boyfriend Indicted in Infant Abuse Case

A Henderson woman and her boyfriend have been indicted on first-degree criminal abuse charges following an infant's death.

Aluminum Firm to Build Manufacturing Plant in Henderson

A South African aluminum firm has announced that it plans to build an $18.4 million manufacturing facility at the Henderson County Riverport.

Hall of Fame jockey Borel to resume racing at Ellis Park

Hall of Fame jockey Calvin Borel will return to racing aboard Kiss My Note for Saturday's sixth race at Ellis Park.

Ellis Park summer meet promises bigger daily purses

Ellis Park opens Saturday with daily purses expected to average $210,000 during a summer meet featuring five stakes races worth $325,000.

Man accused in Memorial Day cross destruction offers apology

The man accused of plowing through a park in Henderson Co. and destroying several memorial crosses is apologizing.

“If you’re 15-15 in the SEC, you’re in.”

UK baseball head coach Gary Henderson weighs in on his team's chances of making NCAA tourney if Alabama gets in.

NCAA Tournament fate for Bat Cats

UK baseball head coach Gary Henderson weighs in on his team's chances to make the postseason.

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Man charged in Thanksgiving Day murder in Jackson County

Clint Cox, of McKee, is charged with murder in the shooting death of 21-year old Justin Burkhart, of McKee, according to KSP.
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Catholic Action Center hands out Thanksgiving meals

Not even a global pandemic could stop the CAC from keeping its annual tradition.

‘Project Warm Feet’ kicks-off next week in Richmond

Donations of new, pre-packaged socks can be dropped-off at the Battle of Richmond Visitors Center.
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Quiet for majority of Thanksgiving weekend

Cloudy start to Friday then gradually clearing throughout the day with highs in the mid 50s. A weak cold front, no rain, will bring...