9 hrs ago
911 to receive more funding
The local agency that helps those in distress has undergone its own financial distress over the past several years and is now turning to local government agencies for help.
13 hrs ago
Couple builds farm from the ground up
Before the first cup of coffee at the office - Henson works as an optometrist while McFadden owns his own landscaping business - the couple sets to the task of checking on 20 chickens, 20 horses, three ponies, three pigs, various guinea fowl and 18 goats.
Mon Jul 28, 2014
London man faces multiple sex-crime charges
A London man who allegedly admitted that he had engaged in sexual relations with a minor was arrested Monday by London City Police.
Robinson tabbed as London tourism director
"This is not a decision we took lightly," said Commission Chairman Bill Dezarn. "We spent a lot of time working on this and we believe that Chris Robinson will do a great job."
Dairy company to open in London
The Vaughn Ridge Industrial Park will be booming with another new business by the first of the year - one that offers a new product and utilizes Kentucky farmers.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
Six arrested on drug charges
An investigation into the importing and distribution of illegal drugs came to fruition on Saturday, with six people arrested and the seizure of over 33 grams of crystal meth.
Juveniles arrested for vandalism
Six juveniles await their fate in the justice system after being arrested for various vandalism incidents that occurred over a multiple day period.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Sexual abuse trial rescheduled for November
The mother and son involved in the sexual abuse of a teenage girl will face a November trial after their hearing in Laurel Circuit Court on Thursday.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
London man jailed on child porn charges
According to the filed uniform citation filed by KSP Det. Justin Oliver, investigators at Post 11 in London received cyber tips from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children regarding Michael T. Sizemore, 40 of London, as far back as February of this year.
Deputies remove three children from 'unfit' home in London
Three Laurel County children were removed from a filthy East Bernstadt home that Laurel County Sheriff's deputies described as the worst home they had ever been in.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
Woman allegedly threatened with knift
The call to Laurel Dispatch came around 4 p.m. from a residence on U.S. 25, approximately 10 miles south of London, in which a woman had been injured and was being threatened by a man welding a knife.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
4th Street to be closed because of needed work
Orange cones, 'road closed' signs, and construction equipment are a familiar sight in the London area this summer and two more streets will be closed for the next four weeks.
Former principal dies in ATV accident
A Laurel County farmer and retired principal suffered fatal injuries from a turned over all-terrain vehicle early Friday afternoon.
London Downtown receives national accreditation
London Downtown was recently recognized for its efforts geared toward fellowship and preservation within the community, according to a recent press release from the organization.
Mon Jul 14, 2014
London city leaders mull garbage options
The city of London could save as much as $1.8 million in garbage and recycling costs over the next five years according to a presentation from a private garbage contractor to the London City Council.
Marijuana operation busted
Less than 18 hours after an East Bernstadt home was searched for illegal drugs, the man charged with trafficking over a pound of marijuana was released from jail.
Fri Jul 11, 2014
Woman dies in two-vehicle crash
A two-vehicle crash just before 1 a.m. Saturday morning injured four persons, one of whom died at Saint Joseph London a short time afterward.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
Ongoing dispute lands man in jail
A dispute that continued over a two-day period ended with the arrest of the male involved in the argument.
Discarded meth labs found
The ongoing battle against meth production in the county continues with the discovery of four one-step meth labs on Thursday morning.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
Zoning board conditionally approves metal building
For the second month in a row, the London Board of Zoning adjustment held a public hearing to discuss the granting of a property variance on North Main Street.