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According to a press release from the Kentucky State Police, the Kentucky State Police, Richmond Post, which provides coverage for Madison, Clark, Estill, Lee, Owsley, Jackson, Mercer, Boyle, Lincoln, Garrard and Jessamine counties, will be conducting periodic traffic safety checkpoints at l…

A box truck became stuck under an overpass on Red House Road late in the morning on Dec. 28.

A Berea man was charged for a 2018 assault after he was arrested in a drunk driving investigation.

"This is epic," exclaimed Colton Minton, as the young Richmond native filled a shopping cart with several toys.

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Aaron M. Bowles and Shalyn E. Brewer, both of Richmond, were arrested on Dec. 4 and charged with first-degree robbery (Brewer was complicit), possession of marijuana, and possession of drug paraphernalia.

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Steve Rosenberg didn't think there would be any more than one RPD Appreciation Day after the first event was held in memory of the late Officer Daniel Ellis and also as a thank you to the other members of the Richmond Police Department.

Jonathan Jackson of Winchester and Steve Putnam of Paris were both charged with third-degree arson, first-degree wanton endangerment, and first-degree criminal mischief on the evening of Nov. 24.

Commody White, Richmond, was arrested on Nov. 30 and charged with fourth-degree assault, endangering the welfare of a minor, second-degree unlawful imprisonment, resisting arrest, and third-degree criminal mischief.

33-year-old Matthew Cox of Richmond was found dead on the evening of Nov. 29 in the Burnt Ridge Road area of Madison County.

Matthew Cox, a 33-year-old Richmond man, is missing.

Ryan McConnaughey, Richmond, was arrested on charges of possession of matter portraying sexual performance by a minor under the age of 12, distribution of obscene matter to minors under the age of 18, distribution of obscene matter to minors under the age of 12, use of a minor under 16 in a …

David A. Kelly, Richmond, was arrested on Nov. 14 on charges of first-degree strangulation, fourth-degree assault, first-degree unlawful imprisonment, third-degree terroristic threatening, possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, and first-degree possession of heroin.

Darius Motton, already jailed for a previous offense a little over a month ago, was charged with trafficking carfentanil or fentanyl derivatives second-degree manslaughter on Nov. 11.

On Nov. 3, Amber Puckett, Irvine, was arrested on drug trafficking charges, while on Nov. 5, Kaevone Douglas, Richmond, was arrested on charges of the same nature.

Alek M. Rainey, Richmond, was arrested on Tuesday on charges of first degree strangulation, first degree unlawful imprisonment, fourth degree assault, and intimidating a participant in the legal process.

Two individuals were arrested after Berea Police were called to a residence on Lewis Street in reference to a drug complaint. After officers arrived and knocked on the front door of the residence, they were greeted by Pershing Smallwood, of Berea.

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FRANKFORT — Kentucky Supreme Court Chief Justice John D. Minton Jr., announced Friday the creation of three task forces to oversee the re-opening of the state’s court system, which has been mainly shut down during the coronavirus pandemic.

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After initiating a second grand jury early in 2019 for a part of the year because of the ever-increasing number of indictments being issued by courts each year, Commonwealth Attorney David Smith said the plan for 2020 is to continue having two grand juries.

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FRANKFORT, Ky. (KT) - For the first time in its history, the Kentucky Supreme Court heard oral arguments on Wednesday via teleconference instead of in their chambers at the Capitol so the justices could to observe social distancing due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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FRANKFORT -- For the first time in its history, the Kentucky Supreme Court will not hear oral arguments this week from their chambers at the Capitol, but instead through a teleconference.

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The staff at Dominion Senior Living in Richmond wanted to do something to give back to the community, especially those people who are on the front line of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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