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Sheriff’s deputy involved in injury collision in Marshall County

The collision happened Wednesday afternoon on US 641, according to KSP.

KSP: Weather blamed when trucker hits and kills man he was trying to help

Things went horribly wrong when a truck driver tried to pull over to help a stranded motorist on I-24, according to KSP.

Kuttawa man dies in collision on I-24

A man died Monday after the pickup truck he was driving crossed into oncoming traffic and collided with another pickup on I-24 in Marshall County, according to KSP.

Confederate flag at Kentucky courthouse draws criticism

Installation of Confederate flag outside the Marshall County courthouse questioned by individuals and groups.

UPDATE: Escapee from Marshall County has been caught

KSP says Robert Fritz, and inmate who walked away from a work release program, has been caught.

EF-1 rated tornado caused significant damage at Moors Resort on Kentucky Lake

The National Weather Service has determined an EF-1 tornado blew through the Kentucky Lake area.

Trial date set for teen charged in Kentucky school shooting

A judge has set a trial date for a teenager accused of killing two classmates during a shooting at a Kentucky school.

Man dead after motorcycle crash in Marshall Co.

State police say a man is dead after a motorcycle crash Tuesday night in Marshall County.

Software provider to relocate, expand Benton headquarters

Governor Matt Bevin has announced United Systems and Software Inc. will expand its operation in Marshall County with a $5.3 million investment expected to create 50 high-paying, full-time jobs.

Gov. Bevin approves more than $192,000 in grants for victims services in Marshall County

Gov. Matt Bevin and the Kentucky Justice and Public Safety Cabinet have approved more than $192,000 in grants to provide victim services in Marshall County, where students and families are recovering from January's tragic school shooting.

Commonwealth Attorney may charge Marshall Co. school shooter’s stepfather

According to a Washington Post report, Commonwealth Attorney Mark Blankenship may pursue charges against Justin Minyard, the stepfather of Gabe Parker, accused Marshall County school shooter.

Marshall Co. couple plead guilty to insurance fraud

A Marshall County couple have pleaded guilty to several criminal charges in connection to an investigation conducted by the Kentucky Department of Insurances (DOI) Division of Insurance Fraud Investigation.

In poor taste? Softball team raffling guns

In the days after the recent school shooting, a raffle in Anderson County is drawing anger from some, and support from others.

Accused Kentucky school shooter to be arraigned

Accused Kentucky teen shooter to be arraigned at the end of the week.

Sen. Danny Carroll talks solutions and spirit as colleagues recognize Marshall County

Before lawmakers left Frankfort for the weekend, they passed a resolution, honoring the Marshall County community in the wake of the school shooting there last week.

Danville High School writes hundreds of letters to Marshall County High

Students at Danville High School are coming together this week to show their support to the students of Marshall County High School and their doing it the old fashioned way, by sending hundreds of handwritten letters.

Local churches participate in ‘Day of Prayer’ for Marshall Co. shooting victims

Governor Bevin declared Sunday a 'Day of Prayer' in honor of the Marshall County tragedy, as two victims were laid to rest that afternoon.

“We are Marshall,” orange-out to support shooting victims

We have proof, yet again, that tragedy can bring out the best in Kentuckians.

Ben Carson visits Lexington, speaks on Marshall County shooting

Countless politicians have come forward offering their condolences to those affected by Tuesday's shooting.

Kentucky State Police ask for privacy for Marshall County families

Kentucky State Police are asking for privacy for the families impacted by the school shooting in Marshall County. 

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