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Update: Search For Jacob Mulcahy Continues

The search for the body of Jacob Mulcahy continues in the Kentucky River after he went under the water Tuesday afternoon.

I-75 Connector Down to Eight Potential Zones

A public meeting will be held in Richmond on Tuesday to go over the proposed areas for the road.

Deputies: Body Found Inside Jessamine County Home

The Jessamine County Sheriff's Office is handling a death investigation.

Update: Jessamine County Assault Charges Upgraded To Murder

A man accused of assault is now accused of murder.

Community Honors Two Jessamine County Firefighters

Hundreds of people came out Saturday to honor two Jessamine County Firefighters who lost their lives in the line of duty 20 years ago.

Jessamine County Organization Promotes Safe Waste DIsposal

Today people in Jessamine County had a chance to dispose of hazardous materials during the “2012 Fall Haul” in Nicholasville.

Jessamine County Offering Free Disposal Of Hazardous Household Waste

The Jessamine County Environmental Services "2012 Fall Haul" event will offer county residents free disposal of hazardous household waste on October 20th.

Fire Destroys Barn At Taylor-Made Farm

A fire destroyed a barn at the Taylor-Made Farm in Jessamine County Wednesday night.

Update: Community Tips Pouring In After Dog Was Found In Dumpster

We're learning more about the case of an injured dog found thrown away in a dumpster in Nicholasville.

Dog Found In Dumpster In Jessamine County

Jessamine County Animal Care and Control is asking for your help.

Woman Surprises Would Be Burglar In Her Home

Jessamine County Sheriff's Deputies said a woman came home Tuesday to find a would-be burglar in her kitchen.

Nicholasville Jewelry Store Burglar Caught On Tape

A thief steals $300 worth of jewelry from a jewelry and pawn shop in Jessamine County. Another burglary down the street the same day raises suspicion whether the 2 are related.

Group Opposing I-75 Connector

A new road is being proposed that would connect Highway 27 to I-75 through southern Jessamine County.

Jessamine Co. Man Falls Off Bridge and Dies

County Sheriff's Office says the man fell over a hundred feet and that alcohol was involved.

Father Arrested For Child Abuse

Jessamine County police have arrested a father they say caused contusions in his 6-month-old daughter's head.

Funeral Arrangements Set for Woman Struck by Lightning

A Jessamine County woman who was struck by lightning will be laid to rest tomorrow.

Update: Woman Struck By Lightning On Life Support

A Jessamine County Woman was struck by lightning while working on her farm about 4 miles southeast of Wilmore. Kathlyn Friend and her son were outside in an open field, laying pipes in the ground as part of a water line for the cattle.

Woman Struck By Lightning In Jessamine County

A 67-year old woman was struck by lightning Thursday evening while standing in a field on her farm near Crenshaw Lane, southeast of Wilmore, according to emergency officials.

Update: Two Arrests Made In Jessamine County Shooting

Mark Judy Buckland, 45, and Michael Nelson Buckland, 36 each face two counts of attempted murder.

One Hurt During Jessamine County Shooting

Police say the shooting occurred on Burr Oak Lane, which is near Southland Christian Church on U.S. 68.

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