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KSP says a man asked a juvenile for sex, nudes over Facebook

State Police say a man was arrested in connection to soliciting a juvenile for sex and nude photos over Facebook.

UPDATE: Missing Laurel County woman found

State Police say 18-year-old Erica Ritchie was found safe in Ohio.

KSP: New facial recognition and info in Owen County murder cold case

Do you recognize this person? KSP asks anyone with information that can help identify the victim from a 1988 murder cold case to call (502) 532-6363.

KSP offers tips for ongoing sex offender registry scam

KSP says registrants in Graves County have been scammed out of thousands of dollars by a caller reporting to be with the Kentucky Sex Offender Registry.

KSP: Juvenile tased following high-speed chase

KSP says a juvenile led troopers on a high-speed chase in Graves County.

KSP: Man dies after crashing into rock wall in Pike County

KSP says a man is dead after he lost control of his car and crashed into a rock wall.

KSP: 89 stolen road signs seized in Graves County

KSP says it seized 89 stolen road signs from a business in Graves County.

Young man airlifted to hospital after getting hit by train

KSP says a young man was hit by a train on Friday afternoon after walking along the tracks near the intersection of Route 80 and KY 777 in Floyd County.

Kentucky State Police holiday commercial honors fallen Troopers

Kentucky State Police released an emotional holiday commercial Thursday, asking Kentuckians to remember fallen Troopers.

KSP: One escapee captured, one still on the loose

KSP says Warren County escapee Kevin Allen is still on the loose after getting away from a sheriff's department transport.

Knox County trooper receives special recognition

A State Trooper is honored for his efforts in keeping drivers under the influence of drugs or alcohol off the road in Knox County.

National memorial program donates wreaths in honor of KSP fallen

A national memorial program has donated 37 holiday wreaths in recognition of fallen Kentucky State troopers. 

AAA expects millions of travelers for the holiday weekend

55 million people are expected to travel this holiday weekend by plane, train, and cars according to AAA.

KSP: Registered sex offenders targeted in scam calls

State Police are warning people about reports of scam calls targeted at registered sex offenders.

State police investigating scam calls in Pikeville

Police say if you receive a caller ID showing the area code of 911, it should be considered a scam call.

KSP: Winter Driving Tips for Motorists

Kentucky State Police says it wants drivers prepared as ice and snow begin to appear on the roads.

KSP asking for help identifying ATM thieves

Kentucky State Police is asking for help identifying multiple people involved in ATM thefts in both Marshall and McCracken counties.

Autopsy results released for man killed in Calloway Co. officer involved shooting

Kentucky State Police have released preliminary autopsy results of a man involved in an officer-related shooting in Calloway County.

KSP targeting high crash zones for aggressive drivers

Officials announced the start of a two-week enforcement blitz targeting aggressive driving behaviors.

State Police need new recruits

KSP Recruitment meet and greet event for for people that have an interest in a career in law enforcement.

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