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Delivery driver stranded between flooded roads in Jessamine Co.

A delivery driver had to abandon his car after getting stuck between flooded roads on Monday, according to Jessamine County emergency officials.

Jessamine County crash kills one person

A man is dead following a crash in Jessamine County.

One dead following Jessamine County car crash

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet says one person died following a crash Saturday afternoon.

Photos released of theft suspect in Jessamine County

Jessamine County Sheriff's Office released a photo of a man they suspect has been stealing from the Sugar Creek Area.

Petition filed in Jessamine Co. to sell alcohol in county

There is a petition drive to allow alcohol sales in Jessamine County, which is currently 'dry.'

Valley View Ferry reopens on regular schedule

The Valley View Ferry reopened on its regular schedule Thursday after being closed the day before for maintenance.

Uncle speaks out about house fire that killed his nephew

An early morning house fire on Carroll Lane killed one man.

Emergency road money awarded to Jessamine County

Jessamine County Fiscal Court will receive $39,775 in emergency road money from the state for slip slide repairs on Dix Drive and Fort Bramlett Road.

One dead, four injured in head-on crash in Jessamine County

An Asbury Theological Seminary student was killed and four other people injured in a head-on crash Saturday morning in Jessamine County.

Man accused of stealing trailer from Jessamine County farm

A man was arrested Wednesday after being accused of stealing a trailer from a farm in Jessamine County.

Glass Mill Road is open in Jessamine County

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) has been repairing Glass Mill Road/KY 1268 from recent rain and flooding.

Closures scheduled for Glass Mill Road/KY 1268 in Jessamine Co.

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet says that temporary closures are scheduled for KY 1268/Glass Mill Road.

One man dead after car crash in Jessamine County

The Jessamine County sheriff's office responded to its first deadly car crash of the year.

Superintendents react to new school safety law

JESSAMINE COUNTY, Ky. (WTVQ) - The governor signed a school safety bill into law that was prompted by last year's shooting at Marshall County...

New search efforts for Savannah Spurlock

Organizers of the "Missing Savannah" Facebook page say they have organized new search efforts for the missing Richmond mother.

Fayette, Jessamine Co. invited to view transportation plan tonight

Fayette and Jessamine counties are invited to review and offer input on the region’s 2045 Metropolitan Transportation Plan.

Jessamine County Sheriff’s Office looking for sex offenders

JESSAMINE COUNTY, Ky. (WTVQ) - The Jessamine County Sheriff's Department is asking for help finding two missing sex offenders. The Jessamine County Sheriff's Department says...

President designates Camp Nelson & Mill Springs Battlefield National Monuments

President Trump has signed into law the Natural Resources Management Act that recognizes Camp Nelson and Mill Springs Battlefield as National Monuments.

Boy asks for donations instead of presents for his birthday

A young man in Jessamine County is getting a lot of praise after making a big sacrifice for homeless animals.

Search on for convicted sex offender

The Jessamine County Sheriff's Office is asking for help in locating a man convicted of sex abuse.

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