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Caller: We've got a bear over here in the street. Over here on Chaudoin Street. Dispatcher: There's a bear? Caller: A bear . 1 comment
A southern Kentucky father, charged with assault in a crash that put him and his daughter in the hospital, made his first appearance in court. Comment?
In December of 2012 the Sheriff's Office of Criminal Investigation Division began an investigation after a father discovered inappropriate text messages and a photo of male genitalia on his daughter's cell phone. 2 comments
The group Somerset-Pulaski County United held a news conference announcing a study to cost about $35,000 to simply examine the idea of a unified government. Comment?
Jaden Jasper, 12, and her father, Jimmy, both suffered injuries when their SUV hit a plank fence in Somerset three weeks ago. 1 comment
CORBIN/SOMERSET, Ky. - We're tracking reports of damage in multiple parts of southern Kentucky, after strong winds moved into the area Sunday afternoon. Comment?
A house of worship became the target of vandals. And Wednesday the Pulaski County Sheriff's Office released surveillance video, hoping it will help make some arrests. Comment?
The Pulaski County Sheriff's deputy noticed a vehicle parked in front of a closed business with no headlights on shortly before 10pm Saturday night. 55 comments
Dozens of people gathered at a southern Kentucky church to pray for a father and daughter badly injured in a crash. Comment?
The Pulaski County Sheriff's Office says 39-year-old Ann Marie Alexander gave the 17-year-old boy alcohol because she didn't want him to buy it from a bootlegger. 14 comments
He was wanted for a crime spree in five Kentucky counties, now a man police described as 'dangerous' is behind bars. Comment?
As schools start the new year around Kentucky, safety has become a hot topic in the wake of the Newtown, Connecticut school shootings. Comment?
Two weeks after the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary, people in Somerset started putting together a little something to honor them. Comment?