Kentucky State Police and Special Olympics Bring Back 'Cover the Cruiser'

Cover the Cruiser KSP

Lt. Col. Kyle Nall with athlete Rachael Conner and a KSP cruiser covered in custom SOKY stickers

FRANKFORT, KY – Kentucky State Police (KSP) has once again shown their support of Special Olympics Kentucky (SOKY) by hosting the ‘Cover the Cruiser’ fundraising event at locations across the commonwealth.

Driver with Meth, Heroin, Cocaine, Xanax and an Alleged Halfway House Escapee Arrested at a Business off I–75

LONDON, KY - Laurel County Sheriff John Root is reporting that: Laurel Sheriff's Deputy Justin Taylor along with Deputy Landry Collett and Deputy Tommy Houston arrested two individuals early Friday morning May 21, 2021 at approximately 1:00 AM.

Kentucky State Police Investigates Fatal Collision in Bell County

Fatal Crash art

MIDDLESBORO, KY  – On May 20, 2021 at 11:41 M.M. Kentucky State Police, Post 10 Harlan received a call for assistance from Middlesboro Police Department about a two vehicle collision on 19th Street in Middlesboro. Troopers from Post 10 Harlan responded and began an investigation.

Annual 2021 Gathering of the Southeastern Kentucky Saponi Nation to be Held in Clay County, Kentucky


MANCHESTER, KY - The Annual Gathering of the SEKY Saponi Nation of Manchester, KY ”Descendants of George All Sizemore 1750-1822" will be held Friday June 11th and Saturday June 12th 2021 in Clay County, KY.

State Representative Derek Lewis

Step Back and Reflect this Memorial Day


By State Representative Derek Lewis

Over the past couple of months, I have used this column to share information with you some of the legislation we passed during the 2021 Regular Session, as well as some of the issues that our state is facing now. This week, I would like to take a break from policy and legislation to reflect on the importance of Memorial Day. In the fast-paced world we are in, it can sometimes be reduced to a three-day weekend that marks the start of summer. It does give us a chance to spend some time with our friends and family, and get some much needed rest and relaxation. However, it is above all else a day to remember something that we should never forget - the American soldiers who made the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom.

COVID-19 Vaccination Ad Campaign Launched in Kentucky on Social Media and Radio

Get the Shot

Pop-up clinics, homebound vaccinations, text campaigns, personalized assistance with digital registrations, all part of multi-pronged approach to help immunize Medicaid managed care members

LEXINGTON, KY - The Kentucky Association of Health Plans, the trade association representing all carriers offering health coverage in Kentucky, earlier this month announced the next phase in its ongoing efforts to improve vaccine acceptance and access in the Commonwealth with a new paid “Get the Shot, I Did” social media and radio campaign to encourage Kentuckians to take a small step that will play a huge role in getting us back to normal with fairs, ballgames, concerts, festivals, and more. The ads will air on a network of over 102 stations across the Commonwealth and will appear on multiple digital platforms.  


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