Posted: 03/28/2007 - A couple who used to be homeless is helping to build a shelter in hopes of helping eastern Kentuckians in need get their lives back on track.
Posted: 03/28/2007 - Emergency crews air lifted Senja Jane Poore to the U.K. Medical Center, where she died.
Posted: 03/28/2007 - Brian L. Turner and Christopher E. Claxton, both of Somerset, are charged in connection with three home invasions in a matter of days.
Posted: 03/28/2007 - A former deputy inspector general of the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet was fired in 2005 for political reasons and should be reinstated with back pay, a hearing officer recommended Wednesday.
Posted: 03/28/2007 - One local hospital is sending newborn babies home with . . books to read.
Posted: 03/28/2007 - A Johnson County man sentenced to 100 years in prison won't have to serve all of it.
Updated: 03/28/2007 - WYMT filed an open records request with the environmental and public protection cabinet after some of those employees told us they were the only group with law enforcement and fire fighting duties that have been routinely denied the extra pay. It turns out...they're not alone.
Posted: 03/28/2007 - Police say a driver hit a nine year old girl and then just kept on driving.
Posted: 03/28/2007 - A moment on the video-sharing Web site "YouTube" has landed an eastern Kentucky teen in jail.
Updated: 01/06/2010 - Lawmakers concluded a 30-day legislative session on Tuesday, but not before tackling several issues, including raising the speed limit on interstate highways, increasing the minimum wage and passing a sweeping coal mine safety measure.
Posted: 03/27/2007 - Police in three counties continue to search for two suspects in a string of home invasion robberies.
Posted: 03/27/2007 - Eric Porter's lawyer said his client felt great remorse after pleading guilty to sexually abusing two 15 year old girls.
Updated: 03/28/2007 - Police say the suspect is the owner of the vehicle where an explosive device was found. Police say Randy Back is charged with second degree use of a weapon of mass destruction and first degree wanton endangerment.
Updated: 03/27/2007 - Educators in Laurel County say parents need to keep a close eye on what their kids are doing online. You've seen how the internet can get you into trouble and you've heard about sex predators. Well they say kids are also vulnerable to other kids who like to use the internet to hurt each other.
Posted: 03/27/2007 - Police continue to investigate how an explosive device got on a car in Magoffin County Monday night.
Posted: 03/27/2007 - Clay County's former solid waster coordinator Joe Swafford has been indicted for allegedly misusing information in connection with Kentucky Pride funding.