Posted 7:53 AM 5/21/2013
Madison County Sheriff Jerry R. Combs, 61, died Monday night.
Officials say he was working in his parents' yard, and family members found him unresponsive around 8:30 p.m. He was taken to St. Joseph Hospital in Berea and declared dead about an hour later.
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Posted 8:02 PM 5/20/2013 by Bianca Spinosa
A man was caught on camera apparently trying to pawn a bicycle that was stolen from an eight-year-old cancer survivor's house in Bardstown. Police need your help identifying him.
Eight-year-old Lainey Di Angelo rides her bike every chance she can get. She even named it "Butterfly." But (More)
Posted 9:45 PM 5/19/2013
A Georgetown school has received state-wide and nation-wide recognition in a recycling competition.
St. John School won the "Great American Can Roundup competition out of all schools in the state of Kentucky. The award recognizes the school's recycling efforts.
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Posted 7:45 PM 5/18/2013
Hundreds of strangers from all over the state gathered Saturday, with one thing in common: Cystic Fibrosis. A walk to fight against the disease was held in Winchester. For three parents whose children had Cystic Fibrosis, but have since passed, it was a day where they could offer their support to (More)
Posted 11:47 AM 5/17/2013
A traveling memorial honoring firefighters killed in the September 11 attacks drove through Kentucky Friday.
The Remembrance Rescue Project started rolling two years ago. On Friday morning, it rolled into Lexington with a powerful message and reminder of what happened on 9/11.
Posted 7:15 PM 5/16/2013 by Josh Breslow
With the Powerball Jackpot reaching $550-million, the second largest in the game's history, Kentuckians are flocking all over to get their tickets.
The thought of winning big brings back memories for one Jessamine County woman, who took home the $280,000 lottery prize in March of 2010 (More)
Posted 6:33 PM 5/15/2013 by Bianca Spinosa
This week law enforcement is remembering those killed in the line of duty. Wednesday afternoon, the Kentucky State Police Frankfort post held ceremonies for three fallen Kentucky state troopers.
Troopers placed blue and yellow wreaths in their memory. Through song and prayer at the (More)
Posted 5:44 PM 5/14/2013
If you want some proof of firefighters rallying around one of their own you can head to Montgomery County, where fellow firefighters, along with the community, are helping Battalion Chief Tony Clayton, who has been diagnosed with leukemia.
Fire Station Six, along with the Be The Match (More)