Posted: 12/15/2006 - The sheriff's department says cocaine and marijuana was confiscated at a home on Edwards Road.
Posted: 12/15/2006 - We should know next Tuesday whether Tara Conner of Russell Springs will keep her title.
Posted: 12/15/2006 - State mine safety officials say a coal boss could have done more to prevent the death of a miner whose legs were severed in an underground accident.
Posted: 12/15/2006 - As we first reported earlier this week, the Legislative Branch Ethics Commission found "probable cause" to continue an investigation into State Senator Daniel Mongiardo's relationship with a political action committee.
Posted: 12/15/2006 - A gubernatorial campaign by Attorney General Greg Stumbo could pose a conflict of interest because his office prosecuted Republican Gov. Ernie Fletcher in a state hiring scandal, an ethics panel said Friday.
Posted: 12/15/2006 - A Fayette County judge sentenced Sheryl Taylor of Johnson County to six years for criminal facilitation.
Posted: 12/15/2006 - The former Johnson County finance director accused of stealing school money pleads not guilty on the same day more charges are issued.
Posted: 12/15/2006 - A man accused of killing a former Johnson County constable pleaded not guilty in court Friday.
Posted: 12/15/2006 - Court officials say Edward Brian Whitaker has been indicted in the alleged shooting death of his cousin, Benjamin Gilbert.
Posted: 12/15/2006 - Pacer Health is already operating the Knox County Hospital, but the Knox County Fiscal Court decided to finalize a financial agreement with the company.
Updated: 12/15/2006 - Children of the second poorest families in the nation, live right in our own backyard in Owsley County. That's why volunteers visited Owsley County Elementary School for the first time Friday. They also stopped by a nearby school in Breathitt County both, with a big surprise.
Posted: 12/14/2006 - Police find several stolen items and a live deer at a Johnson County home.
Posted: 12/14/2006 - The Slone's Signature Market in Jackson was named the winner in the "Our Family Foods" display contest.
Posted: 12/14/2006 - A Perry County man was sentenced to seven years in jail Thursday after a jury found him guilty of second degree manslaughter.
Updated: 12/14/2006 - Coal employers have been saying there's a huge demand for skilled employees, for some time now. A big check was handed down Thursday to Workforce Development Funds for the Eastern Kentucky Concentrated Employment Program, known as EKCEP, to give miners hands on training through their "Success Express" truck.