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Wreck West Of Cloverport Blocks U.S. 60

(11/25/15)- An accident west of Cloverport in Hancock County closed U.S. 60 for about an hour and a half Wednesday (11/25) morning.

According to the Hancock County Sheriff's Department, the accident happened around 7:30 Wednesday morning in the 4700 block on Highway 60 (about 4 miles west of Cloverport). Emergency personnel arrived on scene to find a multi-vehicle accident which blocked....

Shooting In Grayson County Leaves One Dead

(11/25/15)- Authorities in Grayson County are investigating a fatal shooting near Clarkson on Tuesday (11/24) afternoon....

Breckinridge Fiscal Court

11/23/2015—Breckinridge Fiscal Court Magistrates took no action on the issue of adding a county magistrate to the Breck Central EMS Board at their regular meeting Monday evening.  EMS Director Raleigh Shelton said his organization provides a financial statement every month to Judge Executive Maurice Lucas.  According to Shelton, the financial statement is also available for public

Single Vehicle Accident

11/23/15---Kentucky State Police from Post 4 in Elizabethtown is investigating a single vehicle accident that occurred Sunday (11/22) night in the 2200 block of Rineyville Big-Springs Rd- (Ky.220). The crash occurred at approximately 8:05 EST, when 36-year-old Danielle Yates of Rineyville and four juvenile passengers were traveling eastbound on Ky. 220 in a 1992 Oldsmobile 98 Regency. For unknown
New York-area increase security in response to Planned Parenthood shooting in Colorado Springs
NYPD says there are no specific threats to local Planned Parenthood clinics in New York
FBI warned of Planned Parenthood attacks months ago
An FBI bulletin sent in September 2015 warned of attacks as Congress debated funding for Planned Parenthood
Psychological evaluation ordered for White House fence jumper
The 22-year-old Connecticut man who scaled over the White House fence appeared in court Friday and was ordered to undergo a psychological evaluation
Protesters block Black Friday shoppers in Chicago
Demonstrators blocked storefronts and urged people not to shop as they protested the shooting of black teenager Laquan McDonald by a white police officer, Jason Van Dyke
Severe weather hits the Midwest
A dangerous storm system sweeping through the middle of America has claimed at least four lives
FBI warned of attacks on reproductive health care clinics months ago
After the Congressional fight over funding Planned Parenthood a few months ago, the FBI reported an increase of threats to their facilities
Gunman holed up inside Colorado Planned Parenthood clinic
A gunman opened fire and later barricaded himself in a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado Springs
N.J. woman chooses to die in her now-shuttered luncheonette
Her hospital bed was placed in Chubby's Luncheonette, which the 78-year-old ran from 1979 until its closing three years ago
Killer storm pummels Texas as forecasters predict worsening weather
At least three people died in fast-moving floodwaters as freezing rain and severe winds complicate rescue efforts
Week in review: Turkey shoots down Russian jet, Obama meets with French president, Chicago sees unrest after video of cop shooting teen released
Top Stories: Russia and Turkey exchange heated rhetoric after jet shootdown, France and U.S. discuss strategy against ISIS
Photos of the week
The most compelling photos from the week's news, November 21-27, 2015, including rocket debris, the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade and protests in Chicago
Active shooter barricaded at Planned Parenthood facility in Colorado Springs
At least three officers have been injured responding to an active shooter situation at a Planned Parenthood facility in Colorado Springs, Colorado
Trump denies making crass impersonation of disabled journalist
Presidential hopeful Donald Trump allegedly impersonated a disabled New York Times journalist, but despite the outcry that Trump apologize
Shoppers hit stores for Black Friday deals
One of America's great holiday traditions took place in the hours following Thanksgiving as millions of shoppers flocked to stores to do some Black Friday Christmas shopping
Experimental drug treatment offers hope to man with brain cancer
A new clinical trial is giving hope to people with a highly aggressive type of brain cancer