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The intersection of Lilac and Brandenburg Roads Friday morning at 9:35

UPDATE: Leitchfield Traffic Alert


The fluid spill at the intersection of Lilac and Brandenburg Road has been cleaned-up. (MORE)
Intersection of Lilac and Brandenburg Roads at 9:35 Friday morning

LEITCHFIELD TRAFFIC ALERT: Avoid intersection of Lilac and Brandenburg Roads; sp


The Leitchfield Police Department and state Highway Department are at the intersection of Lilac and Brandenburg Roads after a semi-truck lost a hydraulic line, spilling fluid all over the intersection. (MORE)

Three injured in near head-on collision in Clarkson


Thursday afternoon at 4:00, the Clarkson Police and Fire Departments, and EMS responded to 307 North Patterson Street on the report of a two-car accident. (MORE)

Clarkson Honeyfest weekend lineup of activities


The 22nd annual Clarkson Honeyfest continues this weekend with live music, a karaoke contest, hayrides, the Clarkson Honeyfest Parade and plenty more. (MORE)
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Yahoo says hackers stole info from 500 million user accounts


Yahoo said hackers stole personal information from 500 million of its user accounts, a massive security breakdown it attributed to a "state sponsored actor." (MORE)

State Supreme Court says Bevin can't cut university budgets without approval


Kentucky's highest court says the state's Republican governor cannot cut the budgets of public colleges and universities without the approval of the state legislature. (MORE)
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Mark Sawaf, 39, of Harlan

Grand Jury does not indict officers in Harlan County shooting death


A grand jury has declined to indict any officers in the death of a man who police said was shot while trying to escape custody. (MORE)

KY Transportation Cabinet issues emergency order pertaining to petroleum deliver


Yesterday, Kentucky Transportation Cabinet Secretary Greg Thomas issued an emergency order putting aside the hours of service limitations for commercial motor vehicle operators while they are delivering petroleum in Kentucky. (MORE)
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In battle for Iraq's Mosul, many forces with many motives
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Police: Washington shooting suspect 'zombie-like' at arrest
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As Clinton focuses on debate, Trump says he'd champion women
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