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New healthcare clinic to be built in Whitley City with federal grant money

The $1 million grant comes from the Health Resources and Service Administration.

KSP investigates woman struck by train

Woman apparently was walking on the tracks in rural area.

Kentucky State Police investigating possible child abduction in McCreary Co.

Kentucky State Police say troopers are investigating a possible child abduction in McCreary County

Human skeletal remains found in Pulaski County

The state medical examiner is trying to identify skeletal remains found in the woods in Pulaski County.

Confirmed EF-1 tornado near Whitley City

Severe thunderstorms moved across central and eastern Kentucky Thursday evening sparking off several severe thunderstorms warnings. 

Roads already flooded in southeastern Kentucky

A number of roads in southeastern Kentucky are flooded from persistent rain and mudslides are being reported in the region.

350 jobs coming to McCreary County company used by the US Army

Gov. Matt Bevin joined Congressman Hal Rogers, local officials and executives from Fibrotex USA for a ribbon cutting on a new manufacturing facility.

Whitley City man charged in death of two-year old

Michael Huff is accused of assaulting two-year old Kimber Collins while caring for her. The toddler died from her injuries on Tuesday, according to KSP.

Funeral arrangements set for retired state prosecutor

The visitation and funeral is scheduled for Thursday for retired Commonwealth's Attorney Allen Trimble, who died Saturday in Corbin at the age of 71.

McCreary Co. deputy back home after being shot

A McCreary County Sheriff's deputy that was shot in the line of duty last week is now back home.

UPDATE: McCreary County deputy shot in the line of duty identified

A McCreary County sheriff's deputy was critically wounded in the line of duty Tuesday night after being shot at least once, according to KSP. The accused shooter was arrested.

UPDATE: KSP arrest man in McCreary County fatal shooting

Kentucky State Police say a man is dead after a shooting in McCreary County.

UPDATE: Coroner identifies pedestrian killed in McCreary County crash

Police in McCreary County say a man was killed late Sunday night after being hit by multiple vehicles.

Inmates attack guards at prison in McCreary Co.

Five staff members at the high-security federal prison in McCreary County were injured Wednesday afternoon in an attack by inmates, according to the Federal Bureau of Prisons.

Boy shot in hunting accident in McCreary County

A little boy is doing okay after he got shot in a hunting accident in McCreary County.

UPDATE: Escapee captured in McCreary County

After a week on the run, an escaped inmate was captured Tuesday in McCreary County, according to officials.

Groundbreaking for realignment of KY 92 in two counties

State and local leaders broke ground Tuesday for the KY 92 realignment project for two counties.

Federal grants awarded to revitalize Stearns

Two federal grants totaling more than $3 million have been awarded to revitalize Stearns in McCreary County. 

KY 92 in McCreary County reduced to one lane beginning Monday, May 7

Portions of KY 92 in McCreary County will be reduced to one lane for 8 weeks due to repairs.

Traffic stop leads to officer-involved shooting in McCreary County

A wanted fugitive was shot by State Troopers following a traffic stop and chase in McCreary County Wednesday night, according to KSP.

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KY Senate passes bill to study racial gaps

Legislation to address racial inequalities and focus on opportunities has advanced to the Kentucky House.

Bridge closed on KY 636 in Shelby County

Structure closed until further notice.

CHI Saint Joseph Health names Cincinnati native new CEO

Will also serve as president of Saint Joseph Hospital, Saint Joseph East
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Bus driver shortage: Some FCPS students may have to hold off on in-person learning

The district says nearly 900 students will have to continue learning remotely due to a shortage of bus drivers.