The Lexington Herald-Leader (http://bit.ly/RMLaeg) cited a sworn statement by Deputy U.S. Marshal Rick Kelley in reporting that the student, Michael A. Collins, is accused of making the statements to a school counselor at the Appalachian ChalleNGe Academy in Harlan County.
Posted: 6:39 AM
The Harlan Daily Enterprise reports a home in the New York section of Cumberland was hit by high winds Friday morning.
Posted: 6:34 AM
The Harlan Daily Enterprise reports it happened just after three Saturday afternoon at V & J Pawn Shop on Main Street.
Posted: 6:14 AM
The Center for Rural Development is now accepting applications from rising high school juniors in Harlan County for the 2013 summer sessions of the Rogers Scholars youth leadership program.
Posted: 8:09 AM
Two people have been arrested in connection with three burglaries in three different counties in just five days.
Posted: 4:04 PM
Police say they found items taken from homes in Harlan, Perry and Knox counties.
Posted: 9:00 PM
Police say copper thieves did thousands of dollars worth of damage to a building in downtown Harlan.
Posted: 4:21 PM
The Harlan Daily Enterprise reports the Cumberland Valley District Health Department, which serves Harlan, Rockcastle, Clay and Jackson County will lay off 14 people later this month.
Posted: 4:38 AM
Hundreds of coal miners were laid off Friday in Harlan and Letcher Counties.
Updated: 5:54 PM
Students and staff at one Harlan County elementary returned to school Wednesday morning with heavy hearts.
Updated: 1:53 AM
Many students headed back to school Wednesday after having some time off for Christmas break, but students at one Harlan County elementary school returned with heavy hearts.
Updated: 5:49 PM
Lynch Police say on December 23rd, they received a break-in complaint and began to investigate.
Posted: 4:18 PM
He once took an oath to serve and protect his community, but tonight a former Cumberland City Police officer finds him self behind bars, accused of stealing from the department.
Updated: 5:47 PM
The coal company that wanted to move a pack of wild horses off a former mine site has agreed to leave them alone.
Posted: 5:23 PM
The Harlan Daily Enterprise reports officers arrested 22 year old Keith Ray Turner Thursday.
Posted: 4:33 AM
Friends say there is a hole in the community from the loss of an entire family.
Updated: 6:17 PM
Brent Robinson, 30, and his wife, Julia, 29, of Bradenton, spent the night Sunday at his parents’ Bradenton home enjoying Christmas dinner.
Updated: 8:48 AM
We are told the call came in about 8:15 Tuesday and is being treated as a death investigation.
Updated: 1:04 AM
James Clem, principal of the James A. Cawood Elementary School sent WYMT a statement about the death of Patricia Caldwell.
Posted: 8:23 PM
Details surrounding the violent crash Monday in Knox County that left five people dead are slowly coming in. One of the victims, Patricia Caldwell, was the assistant principal at James A. Cawood Elementary. We spoke to one of the teachers there, who says Caldwell will be sorely missed.
Updated: 4:30 AM
Kentucky State Police say the crash happened around 5:30 p.m. Monday on Highway 25E, southeast of Barbourville.
Updated: 5:50 AM
Some children in Eastern Kentucky were treated to a visit from Old Saint Nick in Harlan County Monday. In what has become a yearly tradition, kids were given toys and treats courtesy of Mike Howard, otherwise known as the Mountain Santa.
Updated: 7:39 AM
The Appalachian ChalleNGe Academy is accepting applications for its upcoming term. A Harlan County teenager who completed the course says it turned his life around.
Updated: 7:28 PM
Some Harlan County business owners are dealing with damage, thanks to mother nature. A gust of wind tore the roof off a storefront in Cumberland.
Updated: 5:52 PM
Officials say 21 year old Brandon Cloud was in a fight with his girlfriend and when Harlan City Police officers tried to take him into custody, he fought with them.
Posted: 5:35 PM
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