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New Kentucky law to stop gas leaks makes it easier to cite those at fault

Updated: 07/30/2015 - "It's frustrating that it ties up resources that can be used for something else, a preventable incident." Battalion Chief Mark Blankenship with Lexington Fire said they make 200 runs a year on gas leaks. One way to prevent the runs is to call 8-1-1 before you dig.
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Miranda Combs | Rebuilding after the Johnson County flood

Updated: 07/20/2015 - Lanny Brannock, spokesman for the Kentucky Department of Environmental Protection, said last week's flood was an event that happens once in every 500 years. However, he said the state will not recommend that residents move back to the flood plain area.
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WKYT Investigates | US Attorney wants overdose deaths handled as criminal investigations

Updated: 07/14/2015 - "Our coroners are a key piece of this puzzle," said U.S. Attorney Kerry Harvey. Harvey and his team have been meeting with coroners and other county officials this summer, in hopes of forming coalitions with counties to treat overdose deaths as crime scenes. "The victims of these drug trafficking offenses deserve justice," Harvey said.
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