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Two people in Bell Co. murder case appear in court

Updated: 05/19/2009 - Police say Lora Amburgey and Joshua Parsons tied up 70-year-old Paul Slusher in his home in January, and then robbed him before throwing him off a bridge into the Cumberland River.

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Pike Co. inmate back behind bars

Updated: 12/09/2009 - Police say 26 year old Billy Roark got away from a detail with the Pike County Detention Center.

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Rebuilding from flood could take months

Updated: 07/20/2010 - People who lost their homes in another hard hit Pike County community, Johns Creek, say clean-up and rebuilding will take months or longer.

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Post Office has cut 25,000 jobs this year

Updated: 05/19/2009 - WASHINGTON (AP) - The U.S. Postal Service has cut its staff by 25,000 this year as it struggles to reduce massive deficits, Postmaster General John Potter said Monday.

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Economists consider Kentucky's financial outlook

Updated: 02/05/2010 - FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) - A prediction by Gov. Steve Beshear's administration that Kentucky may be facing a $1 billion budget shortfall "seems plausible," the head of a panel of state economic forecasters said.

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Changes coming to Paintsville

Updated: 01/06/2010 - Officials with one Eastern Kentucky city say they are making progress when it comes to revitalizing their city.

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Students injured in school bus crash

Updated: 05/19/2009 - Three people, including two students, were taken to hospitals after a car hit a school bus in Pulaski County on Monday afternoon.

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Fiery crash shuts down I-75

Updated: 05/19/2009 - One person is dead after a crash on I-75 in Whitley County. We're told a semi truck, heading north, crossed the median and slammed into another semi truck in the southbound lanes.

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Lost Hikers Rescued From Red River Gorge

Posted: 05/18/2009 - Crews located the two men atop a cliff in the Serenity Falls area, then spent a little more than an hour trying to get to them.

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Knox County Relay for Life

Updated: 05/18/2009 - In Barbourville, hundreds of people gathered to make a stand against cancer and honor local survivors. The Knox County Relay for Life was Friday May 15th at Thompson Park. Dozens of survivors, all in purple, line the walking track to celebrate their fight against cancer.

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Death Investigation

Posted: 05/15/2009 - A death investigation is underway after police find human remains in Knox County.

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Miners Cut From Letcher County Mine

Updated: 05/15/2009 - Employees with one coal mine in Letcher County are without a job. Nearly one hundred workers with the Cumberland River Coal Company found out Thursday they were being cut.

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Drug Courts Offer Opportunities

Posted: 05/15/2009 - Several drug courts throughout Eastern Kentucky were reaching out today to those who might need help.

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Big Sandy Senior Games

Updated: 05/15/2009 - Hundreds of senior citizens from five counties got a lot of exercise and competed for medals today.

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One Killed In Laurel County Crash

Posted: 05/15/2009 - A man has been killed after a Friday afternoon crash on Route 312, near Keavy in Laurel County.

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Disaster Relief Supplies Distributed

Updated: 05/15/2009 - Hundreds of people in Eastern Kentucky are relying on disaster relief supplies one week after floods devastated the area.

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KY 3347 In Owsley County Closed Indefinitely Due To Flood-Damaged Bridge

Posted: 05/15/2009 - After flooding struck Owsley County on Monday, May 4, officials from the Kentucky Department of Highways District 10 closed the bridge carrying KY 3347 (Shepherd Lane) over Meadow Creek in Owsley County, pending an inspection of damage caused by the flooding.

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