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Madison Southern HS student speaks out about reported racism

A sophomore student says she was the target of reported racial harassment.

Snapchat meeting turned alleged armed robbery for Nicholasville man

Early Sunday morning Nicholasville police say a man thought he was going to meet a woman from Snapchat, instead he says he was held hostage.

UPDATE: Nicholasville teen considered dangerous after posting social media threat

A 19-year-old man is considered dangerous after posting what Nicholasville Police consider a threat to officers on social media.

Psychological evaluation for former Miss Kentucky in sexting case

A former Miss Kentucky and middle school teacher will undergo a psychological evaluation prior to her sentencing in a sexting case involving a 15-year old student.

Former UK student sentenced to prison for social media threat

Haily Duvall was sentenced Tuesday to six months in prison after pleading guilty in July to using Snapchat to communicate threats against the University of Kentucky in November of 2018.

Threats are keeping schools on high alert

Madison County Public Schools faced a threat early Wednesday morning that came from 'Snapchat'.

Former candidate in Madison County charged with child sex crimes

A Madison County Grand Jury indicted 48-year-old Scott Johnson on multiple child sex crime charges.

UK student accused of making threats against school pleads guilty

Haily Duvall pleads guilty after being accused of making threats on Snapchat against UK's White Hall Classroom Building, according to the Lexington Herald-Leader.

Boone County student charged, accused of posting ‘threatening’ messages on Snapchat

Sheriff’s deputies charged a Boone County High School student with disorderly conduct for posting inappropriate and threatening messages on the messaging app Snapchat, authorities said.

Trial date set for UK student accused of making threats to campus

A February trial date was set in federal court for a UK student accused of making threats on campus using social media.

KSP: Tennessee man arrested for having sex with teen in Kentucky

Kentucky State Police say they were called on December 1st about a man who had sex with a 14-year-old in Columbia.

Case against teen accused of threatening UK on Snapchat goes to grand jury

The UK student accused of making threats against the University of Kentucky earlier this month was in federal court Wednesday facing more charges for what police say were threats she made on the social media platform Snapchat.

Student in custody following threat at Scott County High School

A student was taken into custody Friday after police say a threat was made on social media.

UPDATE: Estill County soccer coach in jail on rape charge

Estill County's girls' soccer coach was arrested Tuesday, accused of sending multiple female students sexually explicit photos and a video on Snapchat, according to KSP.

Snapchat snafu: Alleged drug dealer leads clients to police

People were seeking to buy marijuana from a person called "Dunk" but instead, were talking with a police officer.

Juvenile arrested in school threat incident

A juvenile was arrested Monday in connection to a threat against Lewis County High School, according to a report in the Lewis County Herald.

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