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Traffic Advisory: Bridge repairs, one-lane traffic on I-64 near Olive Hill

Contractors expect to begin joint repairs today, Monday, April 22, on I-64 over the Tygarts Creek bridges near Olive Hill just west of Exit 161, according to the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet.

Arrest in Elliott County gas station armed robbery

KSP arrested 43-year-old Stacy J. Dickerson, of Olive Hill, on Tuesday

Olive Hill man accused of sexually abusing young girl

A Carter County man was arrested after being accused of sexually abusing a young girl, according to State Police.

Four men arrested in copper wiring theft

State Police say tips helped them arrest and charge four men in connection to a copper wiring theft in Morgan County.

Olive Hill council selects new mayor after official’s death

Officials in the northern Kentucky town of Olive Hill have selected a new mayor after the previous one died.

Olive Hill getting grant to fix city water issues

The city of Olive Hill in northeastern Kentucky has been approved for a $243,000 grant to fix its aging water system that is losing about half its capacity.

Two years later, Elliott Co. murder remains under investigation

Kentucky State Police say they are still actively investigating a murder on an Olive Hill man that happened two years ago.

Olive Hill Man Sentenced in Child Porn Case

An Olive Hill man who admitted to have child pornography, was sentenced Thursday to 11-years in prison, according to federal prosecutors.

Kentucky man sentenced in VA fraud case in West Virginia

An eastern Kentucky man has been sentenced to two years in federal prison and ordered to pay more than $789,000 in restitution for exaggerating his vision loss to receive Veterans Health Administration benefits.

UPDATE: Woman charged with murder from August collision

A woman was arrested at her home in Elliott County Tuesday and charged with two counts of murder in connection to a collision in August that left two people dead, according to State Police.

Kentucky woman found with over 850 pills in car sentenced

A Kentucky woman has been sentenced after a Huntington police officer found more than 850 pills in her vehicle.

KSP: Father shot son in the face

State Police say 54-year old Doug Evans called 911 after shooting his son in the face.

Sheriff: Carter County girl still missing since early September

Deputies say an Olive Hill girl has been missing since September 4th.

KSP: Suspect Shot & Killed By Trooper In Carter Co.

State police said a trooper had to shoot and kill a suspect in Carter County. Investigators said it happened Wednesday at a home on U.S. 60 West in Olive Hill.

Olive Hill police get grant for weapons, stun guns

The city of Olive Hill in eastern Kentucky has received a $13,500 grant to purchase duty weapons and stun guns.

Olive Hill Man Charged In Sex Abuse Case Involving Teenage Girls

State Police said James Layne, 29, of Olive Hill, is accused of sexually abusing two girls in his care in a foster home.

Update: Human Remains Found At Grayson Lake Identified As Missing Olive Hill Man

State Police said human remains found over the weekend at Grayson Lake have preliminarily been identified as Nathan Barker, 21, of Olive Hill, who went missing in July 2011.

Mitch McConnell Reacts To Olympic Uniform Controversy

Senator Mitch McConnell of Kentucky touted Kentucky-based companies that would be more than happy to make the U.S. Olympic uniforms after learning that they had been made in China.

Olive Hill Man Facing Child Sex Abuse Charges

State Police accuse a man of illegal sexual activity involving a girl younger than 12.

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