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Laurel County Sheriff's Officers Catch Shooting Suspect

The Laurel County Sheriff's Office has caught a man that is suspected of firing a gun at someone Wednesday. According to police, Zachary Franke fired a .38 revolver pistol at a woman as she was cleaning a home on Konitzer Lane where he had been staying. Police said he fired the weapon for no apparently reason then went...

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2 hours 45 minutes ago

Nunn To Be Appointed Public Defender

Former Kentucky lawmaker Steve Nunn, who was found guilty of killing his ex-fiance Amanda Ross in 2009, will be appointed a public defender. That information is according to the Department of Advocacy officials. Nunn has filed a motion to withdraw his guilty plea. A hearing scheduled for... Read Story

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12 hours 18 minutes ago

Where is Your Favorite Old Kentucky Home?

The Kentucky Heritage Council/State Historic Preservation Office has launched the statewide, month-long "This is MY Old Kentucky Home" Facebook Photo Contest to take place from April 23 through Friday, May 23. Kentuckians are invited to take part in the program to highlight historic sites in the state where they... Read Story

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16 hours 35 minutes ago

Terrence Jones Reaches Agreement; Charges Dropped

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) -- Houston Rockets forward Terrence Jones has agreed to pay $10,000 to a charitable organization that benefits the homeless in exchange for having a misdemeanor harassment charge dismissed. The 6-foot-9 Jones was arrested outside a Portland, Ore., nightclub last summer after a police sergeant saw him... Read Story

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17 hours 41 minutes ago

Atmos Energy Annual Rate Increase Approved

FRANKFORT (AP) - Atmos Energy Corp. customers will see their bills rise after the company won approval for a $8.5 million annual revenue increase. The amount is more than $4.8 million less than the utility sought. The Kentucky Public Service Commission approval Tuesday means the typical residential customer using an... Read Story

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14 hours 11 minutes ago

Clemency After 10 Years In Prison?

WASHINGTON (AP) - The Justice Department will begin considering clemency applications from nonviolent federal inmates who have behaved in prison, have no significant criminal history and have already served more than 10 years behind bars, according to a person familiar with the matter. The initiative is part of a broader... Read Story

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