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Today's Headlines - April 17, 2014
It's time to spring into a good book. The Laurel County Public Library's annual spring book sale opens to the public today.
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Wed Apr 16, 2014
Casino open only one day
While the county is focused on bringing in new businesses, one business was shut down just one day after its grand opening.
Three arrested in London after child found sleeping near drug paraphernalia
Three are behind bars in Laurel County after drug paraphernalia, uncapped syringes were found laying within arm's reach of a sleeping 7-year-old.
2 men hospitalized after car hits tree head-on in Laurel County
One man is in critical condition and another is listed as fair at the University of Kentucky Chandler Hospital after a car hit a tree in Laurel County Tuesday night.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
2 charged after 90-mph chase on Laurel County roads, ATV trail sparks fire
Two people face multiple charges after a 90-mph chase over public roads and an all-terrain vehicle trail in Laurel County, police said.
Wetlands will be used for recreation and education
A new piece of green space was unfurled on Thursday in honor of London and Laurel County's observation of Arbor Day.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Woman falsely reports being hit by husband in pickup
It began with the call that a man had hit his wife with his pickup truck on Boggs Lane in the Lily community around 5 a.m. Saturday.
Kentucky teachers to see raises
Teachers and administrative staff throughout the Commonwealth, including those in Laurel County, can expect to see a pay raise in each of the next two years, according to a two-year spending plan approved last week by the Kentucky General Assembly.
First United Methodist hosts Open House for Celebrate Recovery
To a lot of people Celebrate Recovery is thought of as a court-ordered place for recovering drug addicts and alcoholics to meet, but according to Stew Taylor, one of the founders of the program at First United Methodist Church, it's about so much more.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Shots fired at Levi pond
A disagreement over a sold vehicle led to shots being fired Friday at the duck pond in Levi Jackson State Park and ended with the arrest of a Laurel County man and woman on multiple charges, including attempted murder.
Man burned in house fire
Kenneth Wooton gingerly covered his right hand with a cloth, grimacing with pain as he stood outside a mobile home on Hardin Road on Monday afternoon.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Judge to decide on Phelps' release
After nearly six months in jail, a former school administrator awaits a judge's decision on whether he will be released on shock probation.
Former UofL exec faces 55 years in prison
The former Laurel County resident and University of Louisville executive was arraigned Wednesday on a seven-count federal indictment charging him with theft, bribery, money laundering, mail fraud and tax fraud.
Close call on Ky. 192
Five people narrowly escaped serious injury when a white Dodge Dakota pickup truck overturned in a ditch line along Ky.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
Today's Headlines - April 7, 2014
Saturday was "E-Cycle Saturday" at the Corbin Recycling Center and from the look of things, the event was an E-Success.
Fri Apr 04, 2014
Driveway repair scammer captured
Wells Drive in Corbin was a hubbub of activity on Wednesday afternoon as a man involved in a driveway repair scam was taken into custody.
Lily man hit, killed by train
Miki Strunk arrived at the train tracks on Robinson Creek Road Wednesday in a state of disbelief, panic and confusion.
Today's Headlines - April 4, 2014
No new trial date has been set in the case against former nurse Angela Jaynes, 40, of Walker, who faces one murder charge in the 2012 shooting death of 35-year-old James Cox.
Thu Apr 03, 2014
No Burn Season: Firefighters battle multiple brush fires Monday
London residents on Old Way Road started a fire on Monday afternoon that nearly burned down three houses and one tool shed.
Burglar had syringe in toothbrush holder
LAUREL COUNTY, Ky. - Searching for something in a wide area is sometimes referred to a "looking for a needle in a haystack."