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Body found; cause of death being probed
Investigators are trying to determine why the body of a northern Pulaski County man was found by the side of the road early Tuesday morning.
Case of murdered woman, child still haunts investigators
A cold case that has lingered unsolved for two decades still frustrates the coroner who investigated the murder of a young woman and her 4-year-old half brother.
Residents worried refinery may be polluting Sinking Creek
Property owners along Sinking Creek noticed a few weeks ago the water wasn’t as clear as it once was. The small tributary, which meets Pitman Creek in Ferguson just off Ky. 914 and from there flows into Lake Cumberland, began showing a white, slick, milky substance in its shallow depths in early June.
- Body found along Ky. 452
SPD looking for missing woman
Local authorities are searching for a Pulaski County woman who was last seen July 3.
Classmates to honor Stanziano through endowment
Classmates are honoring a local attorney who was killed last month through an endowment named in his honor.
Tennessee man shoots himself following police pursuit
While fireworks boomed in the sky near the Cumberland Parkway Saturday night, police sirens screamed underneath, as a police pursuit ended in a tragic self-inflicted death.
- KSP: Man kills self after police pursuit
Pulaski County horse vying for world title
California Chrome’s race for the Triple Crown may have ended long ago, but Kentuckians can still cheer on a Pulaski County horse vying for a world championship ribbon.Next week, Nancy based horse-breeder Denny Harbison will take his most successful horse — 3-year-old filly Fellas Showtime Sara — to Tunica, Miss., to defend her World Champion Palomino title.
Boat Dock Road fire
The Parkers Mill Volunteer Fire Department responded to a structure fire at 2631 Boat Dock Road at around 11:30 p.m. Friday night, according to a local firefighter.
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