Police dig up unidentified body from 1969 cold case
- Police say in 1969, an unidentified girl was found murdered near the Little Shepherd Trail. To this day, her name remains unknown, as does her killer.
Wednesday, state police and others dug up her grave and removed her body for DNA testing.
More patrols by law enforcement as travelers hit the road for Thanksgiving
- Travels hit the roads in mass on the busiest travel day of the year.
After years of writing, Johnson County woman putting together book of poetry
- For years a Johnson County woman has taken people, places, and things that inspire her and turned them into poetry.
Former Louisa bank president & CEO found guilty on child porn charges
- A jury found Edgar N. Purdom, 68, guilty Wednesday afternoon on all charges. Those charges include four counts of distribution of matter portraying sexual performance by a minor and one count of possession of matter portraying sex performed by a minor.
Man indicted, accused of stealing Jenkins school bus
- The Commonwealth's Attorney tells us 22 year old Joshua Wilson Bentley now faces a charge of theft over $10,000.
Ohio bill seeks extra retail pay on Thanksgiving
- State Rep. Mike Foley says his bill would allow employees to bow out of the holiday shift without sanctions
Busy day for holiday travel across Kentucky
- It's the busiest travel day of the year.
Supreme Court will hear challenge to EPA rule
- Attorney General Jack Conway joined with Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette and 21 other states and additional parties to seek the Supreme Court’s certiorari, or review of the judgment of the Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit upholding MATS, which was entered on April 15, 2014.
Dulcimer's history celebrated in several places in Eastern Kentucky
- The instrument's roots include Hindman, Kentucky.
EPA releases new smog solution proposal
- They hope to lower the current standard of 75 parts per billion by five to ten parts per billion.
Former Lee County caregiver sentenced in Medicaid fraud case
- The Kentucky Attorney General says 47 year old Heriberto Ortiz was arraigned Friday morning in Lee County Circuit Court.
Thanksgiving travelers contend with rain, snow
- A nor'easter packing rain and snow is posing special challenges along the crowded Washington-to-Boston corridor for travelers headed to their Thanksgiving celebrations.
Parts of W.Va. hit with more than foot of snow
- Online utility figures show the storm knocked out power to about 13,300 Mon Power and Potomac Edison customers in the region.
Agency stresses Thanksgiving focus on food safety
- Thanksgiving is a holiday that focuses on food, and the Kentucky Department for Public Health wants the focus to include food safety as well.
2 FBI agents shot, injured in St. Louis area
- An FBI spokeswoman says two special agents have been shot in St. Louis County, and that it is not directly related to the Ferguson protests.
Parks foundation participating in giving campaign
- The Kentucky State Parks Foundation is taking part in a campaign to raise awareness during the Thanksgiving holiday.
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