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A Georgetown landlord allegedly rented a residence without telling the new occupants that methamphetamine had been manufactured there, Kentucky State Police said. Troopers said Thursday that they arrested William Dillon, 52, for allegedly allowing
A motorcyclist is in serious condition at the University of Kentucky Chandler Hospital following a collision in Menifee County. According to Kentucky State Police at Morehead, Lonnie Sparks, 54, of Campton, was injured just after 3 p.m. Wednesday,
The beating death 56 years ago of popular local singer William Arliss "Curly" Shelton has puzzled Kentucky investigators since it happened and is one of the oldest for which state troopers are still actively seeking help from the public. TV in
Kentucky recorded 19 fewer drug-overdose deaths in 2012 than the year before. The deaths of 1,004 people instead of 1,023 might not sound like big news, but it was certainly a welcome change after more than a decade of rising drug abuse and deaths.
Cases of estranged police behavior continue to show up in reports nationwide. From restricting parents from picking up their children at school to firing rounds of ammo at a van full of children and other bizarre incidents , police behavior has
Kentucky State Police has kicked off its fourth annual Cram the Cruiser food drive. Food collection sites have been established at all 16 posts throughout the state, including the ones in Henderson and Madisonville, as well as at the agency's
A veteran of the Kentucky State Police has stepped into the role as commander of Post 2 in Madisonville. Captain Bobby Murray has been with the state police for 14 years, having been previously assigned to Mayfield, Madisonville and Frankfort posts,
Two former police officers and a third man have been charged in Kentucky with being involved in the killing of two prostitutes in 1994. The charges followed a seven-year investigation by the Kentucky State Police , CNN reported Thursday.
Because the madam's accusation was boldly made during a city council meeting three years after the murders, everyone in town has long known of the suspicions, but local police and the county sheriff's department were unable to crack the case. Now, a
The Kentucky State Police Academy has awarded diplomas to the agency's 62 newest troopers. Their addition brings the strength of the state's lead police agency to 880 troopers across Kentucky. KSP Commissioner Rodney Brewer says manpower challenges