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Grand Jury charges meth trafficking, weapons charges.
A Bell County man with loaded weapons and extra ammo in the front seat of his car is accused of stalking an off-duty police officer, according to the Middlesboro Daily News.
The El Paso shooting suspect's mother called the Allen, Texas, Police Department weeks before the shooting.
Stanton Police say a Clay City man has been sentenced to 30 years for separate cases regarding drug charges.
The governor of Sao Paulo says two young men, wearing hoods and carrying several weapons, opened fired at a school in southern Brazil, killing eight people before taking their own lives.
A convicted felon was arrested on drug and weapons charges following a traffic stop in Bell County.
Kentucky State Police has arrested an Owsley County man on multiple drug and weapon charges after responding to a shots fired call off of Chestnut Gap Road in Owsley County Sunday.
Officials at Fort Campbell say a 19-year-old soldier from Georgia died during weapons training at the Army post.
A new study says Kentucky is by far the leading state in the nation when it comes to new gun owners, with close to one percent of the total population buying a gun for the first time this year.
The House Tuesday approved a bill that would add to the list of state attorneys allowed to carry concealed weapons nearly anywhere in the state.
A search warrant by the ATF and Jessamine County Sheriff's Office led to the arrest of a convicted felon on weapons and explosives charges, according to deputies.
The girlfriend of a former Kentucky police chief has been sentenced to serve 15 months on a weapons charge.
A Kentucky woman has been cited after trying to bring a loaded gun onto a plane at a West Virginia airport.
A grand jury in Louisville has indicted a man on murder and other charges in the death of a police officer during a vehicle chase last week.
A fugitive from Kentucky has been arrested in North Dakota.
Louisville police have released body camera footage from the shooting of an apparently unarmed black man by a white officer.
Plans for the destruction of a stockpile of chemical weapons in Madison County have changed.
Police say a group of men with semi-automatic weapons went to a Lexington Wal-Mart to prepare for doomsday.
A teenager was taken to the hospital after being hit with a bat during a home invasion Thursday morning.
An official says it is expected to cost about $20 million to make repairs at a central Kentucky chemical weapons destruction plant.
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