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email@example.comKentucky State Police are asking for help finding a missing local man who was last seen with the suspect in a double murder committed Monday in Danville. Trooper Frank Thornberry said the mother of Clint Disken, 31, formerly of Harrodsburg, contacted...
Tags: Insulin, Missing Persons, Murder, Diabetes
firstname.lastname@example.orgHUSTONVILLE — Kentucky State Police discovered human remains Friday evening on the Hustonville property where a man suspected in a Danville double homicide lived until early March with another man who was reported missing this week. State police...
Tags: Crime, Law and Justice, Murder
email@example.comHUSTONVILLE — Officials have identified the body found Friday in a Lincoln County barn as Clint Disken, a man who was last seen in early March with the suspect in a Danville double homicide. Lincoln County Coroner Farris Marcum said today he has...
firstname.lastname@example.orgHUSTONVILLE — A series of chilling events, starting with the sudden death of Crystal Hager in January and culminating with the discovery of a body on their property last Friday, have hit much too close to the Lincoln County home of James Sizemore...
email@example.comMORELAND — A small medical clinic that has reportedly been under investigation by federal drug authorities has closed its doors and moved to another location. Advanced Care Center, located in a small commercial development along U.S. 127, ceased...
Kentucky Medical AssociationAddiction to legal prescription drugs has become a major public health issue across the United States. This problem has been especially hard on Kentuckians, particularly those in the poorer parts of the state. This addiction is leading to increased...
A Danville man was arrested late Monday for allegedly shooting two people to death and leaving another seriously injured in what police say appears to be a drug-related crime. Police Chief Tony Gray said officers arrested Thomas Wayne Hager Jr., 39,...
Tags: Shootings, Drug Trafficking, Murder, Police Arrests
firstname.lastname@example.orgAs part of the National Prescription Drug Take-Back Program, the Nicholasville Police Department collected 54 pounds of prescription and over-the-counter drugs Saturday. The NPD had officers stationed at Kroger on South Main Street and Walmart on North...
email@example.comOn Saturday, April 28, the Nicholasville Police Department along with hundreds of law-enforcement agencies across the United States will participate in the National Prescription Drug Take Back Program. This program is designed to allow residents to turn...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Kentucky House has passed legislation that limits the quantity of popular over-the-counter cold and allergy medications — again, only more so. According to published reports, the measure passed now to the Senate for approval would allow folks...
On April 12, lawmakers will assemble for the last day of the 60-day session. While the General Assembly concluded the bulk of its work before leaving Frankfort last Friday, it left one of the most critical pieces of legislation for our state and...
email@example.comLegislators on both sides of the aisle have stated that GOP Senate Majority Leader David Williams’ blockade of two bills in the general assembly last Thursday, which forced the governor to call a special session this week, is nothing more than a...
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