Noble seeking state of emergency declaration in hopes of FEMA aid.
Updated: 11:14 PM
Several families are cleaning up after flash flooding in the Big Creek community. One neighbor living on Corvette Lane says within 10 minutes everything was gone.
Posted: 7:35 PM
This week is Project Hope's Camp Promise, where anyone is welcome, but there is a focus to help campers who have been in trouble and get them on the right track.
Updated: 7:28 PM
Heavy rains caused major problems in the Perry County community of Big Creek, after flash flooding swept away cars and flooded an elementary school.
Posted: 5:00 PM
School leaders say as a much as 3 1/2 feet of water flooded the school's hallways and classrooms.
Updated: 3:17 PM
As the rain moved east more reports of flooding and damage started to come in. One of the hardest hit areas is the Big Creek community of Perry County where flash floods inundated a school with water.
Updated: 12:09 PM
One Perry County man who police say fired shots in his home leading to a lockdown on a college campus answered to charges today.
Posted: 6:46 PM
A group of college students are teaching local businesses how to utilize social media.
Updated: 3:18 AM
Danny Burgess, 30, was last seen around Hazard on June 1st. He's listed as 6-foot-1, 225 lbs.
Posted: 10:45 PM
Some frightening moments for a family Friday morning when an unexpected visitor showed up at their Perry County home!
Updated: 10:50 PM
Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife officials say an approximately 200 lbs. Black Bear was spotted next to a home in Cornettsville on Friday morning.
Updated: 6:59 PM
Smith's Woods and Waters celebrated its opening today with a ribbon cutting ceremony. Shoppers, owners and elected officials came out to show support for the new sporting goods store on Highway 15.
Updated: 6:58 PM
Buckhorn has a new mayor, who is taking steps toward a new water treatment plant in his city.
Updated: 11:03 PM
A local pastor is getting a new kidney, and a new lease on life, from his daughter.
Posted: 11:44 PM
Police charged 35-year-old Robert Shockey of Hazard with making meth in the same home as his elderly aunt. Officials say his aunt is on oxygen.
Updated: 9:36 AM
It is all part of the Gear Up program that gets kids and their parents ready for post secondary education as early as 2nd grade.
Updated: 4:18 PM
The move stems from House Bill 361, which passed earlier this year, and changes the way people pay for chewing tobacco from a percentage tax to a unit tax.
Updated: 3:54 PM
A Louisville woman is dead after her car collided head-on with another vehicle on Highway 15.
Posted: 5:59 PM
The Perry County Coroner has been called to the scene of a crash.
Updated: 9:59 AM
More than 100 coal workers were laid off by Arch Coal on Thursday. Now two men say they are among those workers and they say their futures are uncertain.
Updated: 7:32 PM
Arch Coal is scaling back operations by stopping production at three mines in Letcher and Perry Counties.
Updated: 5:48 PM
In the last two months, the deaths of more than a dozen first responders have made national headlines.
Updated: 9:27 PM
The new shelter will be paid for by a series of grants, but right now the board only has enough to build a shelter half the size of the current one.
Updated: 6:49 AM
Officers believe the man, who they think is intoxicated, left the home on foot after he fired the shots.
Updated: 3:03 AM
Officials say extra revenue from the increased "gas tax" will go toward the Road Fund, the fund that is used to maintain and construct roads in Kentucky.
Posted: 4:42 PM
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