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Bath, Fleming counties get important flood, law enforcement grants

Pictured from left to right is Kentucky State Representative Matt Koch, Owingsville Police Chief Todd Tout, U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Rural Development State Director Hilda Legg, Owingsville Mayor Gary Hunt and Congressman Andy Barr (KY-06) at the USDA grant announcement in Owingsville on Friday, October 23.

Man charged with kidnapping, endangering others

Domestic incident turns tense, officer talks man down.

Late-night vandals causing headaches for community pool

Swimmers late at night are responsible.

Police need help finding man passing fake money in Owingsville

Owingsville Police are asking for help identifying a man they say is passing around fake money.

Bridge replacement project starting this month in Kentucky

Contractors are set to begin work on a bridge replacement project in Kentucky.

Morehead man arrested after high speed chase

A Morehead man is behind bars, accused of leading police on a high-speed chase in Bath County. 

Owingsville PD searching for ‘sleight-of-hand’ bank theft suspects

The Owingsville Police are asking for the public’s assistance identifying two suspects after a bank theft.

Trooper stabbed making arrest in Bath County

A State Trooper was stabbed in the leg by a convicted felon during an arrest in Salt Lick on Wednesday, according to KSP.

UPDATE: Mount Sterling man killed in crash on I-64 identified

A Montgomery County was killed when a semi crossed into his lane on I-64 in Bath County and collided with his pickup truck, according to KSP.

One person airlifted after crash in Owingsville

Police say the two-vehicle accident happened just before 2 p.m. on the westbound side of Interstate 64 at the 128 mile marker.

Owingsville police arrest burglary suspect

Owingsville police arrested a burglary suspect who was on the run from police for a couple of days.

Police chase in Bath County leads to one arrest

A woman is in jail in Bath County after leading police on a car chase.

UPS truck fire in Bath County closes I-64 for several hours

Interstate 64 was closed for several hours early this morning in Bath County after a commercial truck fire.

Crews rescue people from car in Bath County

Search and rescue crews are urging residents to avoid driving or going outside at all.

Traffic Advisory: US 60 closed at Salt Lick overnight Wednesday

Contractors will close US 60 just east of the KY 211 intersection in Salt Lick overnight Wednesday for drainage pipe installation.

UPDATE: State to Seek Death Penalty Against Suspect in Couple’s Death

A motion was filed Wednesday, saying that the Commonwealth of Kentucky will seek the death penalty against Craig Pennington, accused of murdering Crystal Warner and her boyfriend, Bobby Jones.

Owingsville man dies in single-vehicle crash

State Police say a Bath County man was killed Monday in a single-vehicle crash.

KSP search warrant leads to drug arrest in Owingsville

State Police arrested Joseph Swartz of Owingsville after investigators say they found heroin, marijuana and cash after executing a search warrant at a home on Jones Road.

I-64 Closures Continue Near Owingsville

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet is continuing their work on I-64 in Bath County which will require some ramp closures.

Police: One Man Dead After Fight In Owingsville

Troopers say they found a man who was stabbed to death at the scene of the fight.

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Local leaders consider new options for yard waste disposal

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