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Johnson County couple facing animal cruelty charges

Updated: 05/06/2014 - Folks in one Paintsville community say their neighbors moved away about a month ago, leaving behind several animals. The Johnson County Sheriff's Office just rescued those animals and the owners now face criminal charges.

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UPDATE: No new trial for Myra Castle

Updated: 06/16/2014 - The trial of a Johnson County woman charged in the August crash that killed a teenager is over. Myra Castle, was found guilty of manslaughter and DUI charges in the death of C.J. Mollett.

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Social media helps sick Johnson County boy's dream come true

Updated: 03/24/2014 - A Johnson County boy's dream is coming true. The 8-year-old has been through several operations including four jaw surgeries. He has a unique music interest for a young boy...and thanks to social media he will meet his musical heroes.

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Big Sandy RECC issues severe storm advisory

Posted: 03/03/2014 - Big Sandy RECC is making preparations for restoration of possible power outages caused by possible heavy snow and ice expected in our area late tonight thru Monday.

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UPDATE: Visitation for fallen eastern Kentucky soldier

Updated: 02/28/2014 - Family members and a community began saying goodbye to one of their own. Johnson County soldier Joshua Gray served overseas for about one month when officials say he died in a non-combat incident in Afghanistan. On Friday, his visitation was held at Johnson County Middle School.

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Neighborhood watch group slows down thief

Posted: 02/08/2014 - Members of one Johnson County community are thankful for their neighbors after they say their neighborhood watch group helped slow down a thief going through their town.

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Local artist helping heal a church destroyed by March 2012 tornado

Updated: 01/27/2014 - A stroke of faith. A man's love for art helps heal the remaining scars left by the March 2012 tornado in Johnson County. Two people died there during the outbreak. Several homes and the Collista Freewill Baptist Church were destroyed. Now, a local artist is helping the church congregation get back a special piece of their sanctuary.

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