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Woman found dead in apartment in Rowan County

The Rowan County coroner says no foul play is suspected in the death of 54-year old Karen Sue Banks.

UPDATE: Victim identified in Hart County death investigation

A body was found in a garage/barn after a fire in Hart County on Tuesday afternoon, according to KSP.

Human skeletal remains found in Pulaski County

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

Human remains found in field in Rowan County

Human remains were found in a field in Clearfield in Rowan County on Sunday afternoon, according to Kentucky State Police.

KSP: Foul play suspected in death of man found in semi

State Police say foul play is suspected in the death of a man who was found in the cab of a semi in a gas station parking lot off of I-75.

UPDATE: Business owner identified as homicide victim

A man found shot to death at a welding business in Lexington Friday morning has been identified as the owner of the business.

Woman found dead in Laurel County

A death investigation is underway in Laurel County after a woman was found dead Friday afternoon, according to the Laurel County Sheriff's Office.

Coroner: gunshot wound to the head killed Richmond woman

The Madison County Coroner says a gunshot wound to the head is to blame for the death of a Richmond woman.

Coroner: “No apparent trauma” on baby found dead in road

The preliminary autopsy on a baby found dead on La Rochelle Road in Lexington Sunday shows no apparent trauma, according to the Fayette County coroner.

Man charged with murder and arson in deadly house fire

A man was charged with murder and arson following a deadly house fire in Perry County on Wednesday, according to State Police.

Man dies in apparent boating accident on Lake Cumberland

A man died Monday in an apparent boating accident on Lake Cumberland, according to the Russell County coroner.

Man attacked and killed by pack of dogs

State Police say a 79-year old man was attacked and killed by a pack of dogs Tuesday morning in McCreary County.

UPDATE: Remains identified as missing Rockcastle County man

Human remains found Monday have been positively identified as a missing Rockcastle County man, according to the coroner.

Body found in Rockcastle County

A badly decomposed body was found Monday night in Rockcastle County, according to the county coroner.

KSP: Foul play suspected after body discovered in Clay Co.

Kentucky State Police Detectives are investigating after a body was found in a wooded area off of Sol Hollow Road in the Oneida community of Clay County.

UPDATE: Body found near hospital identified

A man whose body was found in the bushes near Saint Joseph Jessamine in Nicholasville on Tuesday has been identified.

UPDATE: Additional remains found in Trigg Co. investigation

Kentucky State Police have released additional information on human remains that were found in Trigg County Tuesday afternoon.

Body found near entrance to emergency room in Jessamine County

A man was found dead near the entrance to Saint Joseph Jessamine Tuesday afternoon.

UPDATE: Remains found in Lewis Co. identified as missing Vanceburg man

A report from the Ledger Independent says that human remains found at the Lewis/Carter County line have been identified as 28-year-old Justin Johnson, who had been missing since March 23.

Search for missing man leads to discovery of remains of another missing person

A search for a missing Knox County man led to the discovery of remains of another missing man from a different county.

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