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Lake Cumberland District Health Department Executive Director Shawn Crabtree shared some positive news with the public during the department’s bi-weekly informational video, saying that experts believe that by the end of August Kentucky will have had enough COVID-19 vaccine brought in for ev…

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The City of Burnside is getting ready to tee off on a new endeavor that will hopefully be a hole-in-one both for local recreation and communities all over the Commonwealth.

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Testifying publicly for the first time about the Jan. 6 insurrection, former security officials are poised to cast blame on the Pentagon, the intelligence community and each other for the disastrous failure to anticipate the violent intentions of the mob and defend the Capitol.

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A zoning change for the corner of Jarvis and Bourne avenues passed at Somerset City Council’s Monday meeting, despite concerns from the public, which were acknowledged by councilors and Mayor Alan Keck.

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A little under two weeks ago, on the heels of a projected ice storm that turned out to be far less severe than forecasts had predicted, Pulaski County Judge-Executive Steve Kelley stated that Pulaski County had "dodged a bullet."

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There is reason to be cautiously optimistic about the state of COVID-19 in Pulaski County. The number of cases has decreased to the point that the county has finally dipped into the Orange category and out of the Red, where it has been since November.

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Wayne County Sheriff Tim Catron has reported a second arrest in connection to a Wednesday incident that resulted in attempted murder and kidnapping charges against a Monticello man along with other felony counts.

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This week has been a wash for the Kentucky General Assembly but with just 15 days left in the short 2021 session, the pace is expected to pick up when lawmakers reconvene on Monday.

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There’s a light at the end of the tunnel, and rather than being an oncoming train, it does actually look like sunshine.

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A Somerset man who was accused along with his wife of abusing their grandson has been sentenced after pleading guilty to an amended charge.

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“It’s heartbreaking anytime you lose a friend, and that’s what he was: a friend to everybody.”

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The mayors for both Somerset and Burnside are saying no major problems have taken place over the past few hours due to the ice storm that hit the region, but both are urging their residents to stay off the roads and avoid travel due to ongoing hazardous conditions.

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Pulaski County Judge-Executive Steve Kelley has issued a state of emergency as utility crews, road workers and first responders continue to face the fallout of a treacherous ice storm.

Local officials are appealing to citizens to stay off the roads over the next few days as the community withstands the latest rounds of wintry weather. 

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With barely enough time to recover from ice storm that came late last week, Somerset and Pulaski County started this week with a glaze that shut down some roads —while bracing for a heavier wave Monday afternoon and even more wintry weather as the week wears on.

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The Pulaski County Sheriff's Office is investigating a two-vehicle collision with injuries that occurred at the intersection of South U.S. 27 and Lewis Bray Road on February 10, 2021 at 7:14 PM.

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While the COVID-19 pandemic has been particularly hard on county jails across Kentucky, the Pulaski County Detention Center accomplished something nearly unheard of.

LONDON -- After spending a night in the Whitley County Detention Center last year, a Williamsburg man has filed a lawsuit against the detention center, the Whitley County Fiscal Court, Jailer Brian Lawson, and Deputy Jailer Austin Philpot.

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Auctioneer Matt Ford said he’s auctioned everything from pots and pans to a $1.6 million country ham. On Saturday, Ford’s career as an auctioneer paid off handsomely, as Ford found himself being inducted into the Kentucky Auctioneers Association’s Hall of Fame.

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Pulaski County 911 is preparing to take public safety to the next level with several equipment upgrades and even a new location.

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