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One dead, one seriously wounded as holiday turns violent

No word on what started the shooting spree.

UPDATE: Man wounded in shootout with KSP out of hospital, now in jail

Charles Wilson was released from the hospital on Tuesday after being wounded in a shootout with law enforcement in Pulaski County in May.

UPDATE: Man wounded in shootout with KSP out of hospital, taken to jail

Charles Wilson was released from the hospital and taken straight to jail Tuesday after being wounded in a shootout with KSP after a day long standoff in May in Pulaski County.

Cycle chase leads to trafficking charge; two indicted for kidnapping

Deputies say man had ounce of meth, almost $1,400

Two indicted on burglary, theft charges

Burglary investigation began in February

Man wounded after shoot out with KSP, deputies

A 51-year-old Pulaski County man sustains life-threatening injuries in a shoot out with Kentucky State Police and Pulaski County Sheriff's deputies, according to the KSP.

Thieves make off with Jeep Wrangler, info sought

Vehicle stolen late Sunday night

Info sought on theft of four-wheeler

Pulaski County Sheriff's investigators need the community's help tracking down the theft of a John Deere Gator 825i.

High waters create dangerous roads across region (Watch Video)

Heavy rainfall Monday night proved to be too much for local rivers and streams to some locations across central and eastern Kentucky. 

Constable called 911 before FBI shootout; cases may be severed

Court records show defense strategies are taking shape for two Pulaski County constables accused of violating citizens’ civil rights.

Human skeletal remains found in Pulaski County

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

Area job recruiter predicts ‘substantial’ recovery following coronavirus

The head of one of Southeastern Kentucky's most active economic development agencies expects "substantial" recovery once the coronavirus epidemic passes.

Road crews ‘pave’ the way with food deliveries

Thursday, God's Food Pantry got some special help as road crews, among others, helped 'pave' the way across the county.

10 in Pulaski recovered; Price volatility, labor biggest farm concerns

10 coronavirus patients have recovered, extension agent talks farms

Pulaski considers curfew, other steps; chamber offering business programs

PULASKI COUNTY, Ky. (WTVQ) -- The county already has had to close its popular camping park because of crowds and now Judge Executive Steve...

Second person charged in kidnapping case

Pulaski County Sheriff's Office is investigating a Winchester woman who allegedly kidnapped and shot a man in the leg.

LISTEN HERE: Son makes emotional plea following father’s coronavirus death

LISTEN HEAR: Son makes emotional plea following father's coronavirus death

Pulaski cases tied to church, schools weigh graduation, other decisions

All but one Pulaski coronavirus case tied to church, schools remind parents about school work.

Somernites Cruise on hold, Pulaski up to eight cases

County coronavirus cases mostly related to one church; in its 20th years, cruise event having to wait it out.

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Man gets 120 months for school-shooting plot

Man also accused of lying to investigators.

UK International Students Worry About their Futures After ICE Announcement

Immigration debates, Cornoavirus outbreaks in the United States and their home countries, travel restrictions, it all adds up to a nightmare for many foreign students. Now the problem may be about to get worse, their education decisions may be taken out of their hands.