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Donations given out to storm victims

Posted: 03/06/2012 - Donations were given out Tuesday to victims of Friday's storms. Organizers and volunteers said they were overwhelmed by the community's response.

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Johnson Co. cleanup efforts continue

Updated: 03/05/2012 - The hardest hit areas of Johnson County appear to be around Hager Hill, West Van Lear, and Denver. Crews were out in those areas Monday trying to restore power to those people as quickly as possible.

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'Kentucky Cares' campaign plans tornado relief effort for Friday

Updated: 03/05/2012 - It's a combination that proves "Kentucky Cares." On Friday -- the day Kentucky Wildcats make their 2012 Southeastern Conference tournament debut in New Orleans -- the American Red Cross is joining forces with WKYT, The Lexington-Herald Leader, Clear Channel Radio, UK IMG Sports Marketing and Central Bank in the "Kentucky Cares" campaign to make sure the victims of last week's tornado outbreak remain in everyone's thoughts.

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Homes destroyed in Johnson County

Updated: 03/03/2012 - Some parts of Johnson County were hit pretty hard with yesterday's storms. Most homes along Middle Fork Road at Hager Hill were destroyed.

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Alleged sex offender pleads guilty

Posted: 02/08/2012 - A sex offender accused of raping and attacking two teenage girls in Paintsville last year has pleaded guilty.

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Funeral home targeted in burglary

Updated: 02/08/2012 - Thieves hit an unusual target in Paintsville last week. Police say the Paintsville Funeral Home was burglarized.

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Paintsville pain clinic closed permanently

Posted: 01/31/2012 - A Johnson County pain clinic that was raided last week is shut down for good. Paintsville city officials revoked the business license for Caremore Medical Management. The doctor working there also surrendered his Kentucky Medical License.

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American Heart Association’s Go Red For Women®

Updated: 01/31/2012 - In its ongoing effort to elevate public awareness about heart disease, the American Heart Association’s Go Red For Women® movement is teaming up with Emmy-nominated actress Elizabeth Banks to share the truth about the No. 1 killer of women.

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Pain clinic raided again

Updated: 01/25/2012 - A Paintsville pain clinic was raided for the second time in a year on Wednesday.

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Business is robbed again

Posted: 01/24/2012 - A Johnson County business has been robbed for the second time in less than two weeks.

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