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“Perfect strangers” Madisonville couple goes viral in stranger photo shoot

Photographer picked two strangers, worked out so far.

Police: 5 hospitalized after Kentucky block party shooting

Madisonville Police say it's not clear who fired gunshots at the party, which had nearly 100 people in attendance.

New COVID-19 drive-thru testing sites open Tuesday

Find all the information you need about four new drive-thru coronavirus testing sites opening Tuesday across Kentucky.

Somerset, Pikeville, Paducah, Madisonville testing next week

Somerset and Pikeville join Paducah and Madisonville with coronavirus testing sites next week as the state's partnership with Kroger and Gravity Testing expands to grow testing in the state.

Kentucky opens Real ID licensing office in Madisonville

Kentucky has added another location to issue Real ID licenses.

Kentucky coal miner dies in accident

Officials say 39-year-old Jeremy Elder died Thursday inside the Cardinal mine in Madisonville.

Pickup truck hits home, Kentucky woman in living room killed

Police say a woman sitting in her living room was killed when a pickup truck struck her home in western Kentucky.

Insurance agent indicted and charged with three counts of wire fraud

After an investigation led by the FBI and the Kentucky Department of Insurance, a former insurance agent has been indicted and charged with wire fraud.

Drivers alerted to be on the lookout for deer

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet is alerting drivers to be prepared for deer on the move during the last three months of the year.

Funeral arrangements set for UK great Frank Ramsey

Visitation is set for Thursday in Madisonville for Kentucky basketball legend Frank Ramsey, who passed away over the weekend.

Fire at fireworks tent being investigated as arson

Police say a fire created an unintended fireworks display Wednesday night.

UPDATE: Escaped inmate located and arrested

Kentucky State Police say an inmate who walked away from the Webster County Detention Center has been found and arrested.

UPDATE: Suspect who ran from hospital located and arrested

Kentucky State Police say they located a woman who was under arrest, but ran from the Baptist Health hospital in Madisonville while being treated.

Woman arrested in connection to Madisonville theft

State police have found two women they were trying to identify in a theft investigation.

Regulators Allow Big Rivers to Sell Power to 9 Cities

Big Rivers Electric Corp. could potentially provide wholesale electric power to as many as nine Kentucky cities under a contract approved by the state's Public Service Commission.

Hopkinsville Man Presents Another ‘Flag of Heroes’

Hopkinsville businessman Daniel Conner spends his own time and money presenting the 'Flag of Heroes' to first responders in his area to show his appreciation for what they do to serve, protect and save.

Madisonville woman killed in head-on crash

State Police say a Madisonville woman was killed in a head-on collision on US 41 in Madisonville on Friday afternoon.

State police taking back unused prescription drugs

The Kentucky State Police will be taking back unused prescription drugs later this month in an anti-drug effort with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration.

Madisonville PD: Suspected arsonist caught himself on fire

Police in western Kentucky need help catching a couple of arsonists, after surveillance video catches one of the suspects accidentally setting himself on fire

Juvenile charged in middle school bomb threats

State Police say a juvenile was charged in connection to bomb threats at South Hopkins Middle School on Friday, December 11 and Wednesday, December 16.

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$8 million in funding for Eastern Kentucky at SOAR Summit

Two new projects in Pike and Boyd counties have been selected for more than $8 million in funding.

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COVID-19 vaccine plan shared with lawmakers

Overall, Stack said the task of administering the vaccine is going to be “very difficult.”