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Kentucky State Police To Hire Retired Troopers

Posted: 10/21/2009 - To enhance the ability of the Kentucky State Police to provide effective law enforcement services to the Commonwealth of Kentucky, the state legislature has authorized the re-employment of retired troopers on a contractual basis.

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Text Tip Line

Updated: 10/21/2009 - Pikeville police are looking for public tips about crimes and no one has to speak to an officer.

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Social workers gather to discuss Bonnie's Bill

Updated: 10/21/2009 - A group of social workers gathered in the state capitol to talk to lawmakers about fully enforcing legislation that protects them while on the job.

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Grayson says opponent is an "Outsider"

Posted: 10/21/2009 - In the increasingly rough and tumble race for the U.S. Senate, one candidate now says his opponent is not a Kentuckian.

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Three dentists are disciplined

Updated: 02/05/2010 - The three are accused of allowing a woman to continue practicing dental hygiene for years on an expired license.

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Former county clerk is indicted

Posted: 10/21/2009 - The former county clerk in one eastern Kentucky county is indicted on several charges, including abuse of public trust.

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Woman leads police on chase

Posted: 10/21/2009 - A woman leads state police on a chase through two counties and ends up in jail.

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Bomb threat prompts evacuations, arrest

Updated: 10/21/2009 - A bomb threat shuts down several businesses, forces hundreds of workers to evacuate and police say they know who is responsible.

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Report says Appalachia "toxic" to live in

Posted: 10/21/2009 - The coal industry continues to defend itself against criticism, and now it is dealing with a claim that thanks to mining, Appalachia is one of the most toxic places to live in the world.

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Educator is dead

Posted: 10/20/2009 - A respected eastern Kentucky educator, dulcimer maker, and square dance caller is dead.

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Republicans offer gambling amendments

Posted: 10/20/2009 - Kentucky Senate President David Williams is proposing a state constitutional amendment to limit any expansion of gambling unless it is done by amending the constitution.

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State Could Dip into Rainy Day Funds

Posted: 10/20/2009 - House speaker Greg Stumbo is considering a proposal that would allow the state to dip into local school districts contingency funds.

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Chamber members honored

Updated: 12/09/2009 - Several members of the Hazard-Perry County Chamber of Commerce were recognized for their service.

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