Trooper cramming KSP cruiser with food for KY families
KSP Trooper cramming cruiser with donated food to supply families across KY with a holiday meal.

Kentucky State Police Post 11 Host "Cram The Cruiser" Food Drive in December

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LONDON, KY - (ClayCoNews) - Kentucky State Police announce food drop off locations for 2022.

Please Help Post 11, London Cram these Cruisers again this year!! 

Signature Location will be Walmart Somerset at 177 Washington Drive, Somerset, KY 42501

- More locations below -

arrested on parole warrant then found with meth at jail
Michelle Jackson (Knox County Sheriff's Department)

Olive Hill, KY Woman in Police Custody Busted for Meth at Knox County Detention Center

BARBOURVILLE, KY (ClayCoNews) - In a recent press release, the Knox County Sheriff's Department reported that on Monday, November 7, 2022, Knox County Deputy Jesse Smith had served a parole warrant at a residence on KY 3439.

Silcox Charged in TBI Investigation into Child Sexual Abuse Material
Wendell Silcox charged in TBI CSAM investigation

Lebanon, TN Man Identified and Charged in TBI Investigation into Child Sexual Abuse Material

WILSON COUNTY, TN (NOVEMBER 24, 2022) – The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation is reporting that a Lebanon man has been indicted, arrested, and charged, following an investigation by TBI special agents into child sexual abuse material.

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Mason, Ohio Woman Sentenced to 168 Months for Methamphetamine Conspiracy

COVINGTON, KY – The U.S. Attorney’s Office Eastern District of Kentucky has reported that a Mason, Ohio, woman, Amanda Baker, 38, was sentenced on Tuesday to 168 months in prison, by U.S. District Judge David Bunning, for conspiracy to distribute 50 grams or more of methamphetamine.

The 1,000-year flood event of the summer of 2022 has only strengthened our resolve.
Critical supplies via the Kentucky Rural Health Collaborative

Rural Healthcare Providers in Eastern Kentucky Receiving Much-needed Assistance as Flooding Recovery Continues

Kentucky’s health plans giving thanks to safety net healthcare workers

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FRANKFORT, KY - Kentucky Association of Health Plans (KAHP), the trade association representing all commercial insurers and Medicaid managed care plans in the Commonwealth is working to backstop rural health clinic workers hard hit by flooding that ravaged many counties in eastern Kentucky in July and August. 

KAHP has announced a grant of $200,000 this Thanksgiving week to the Kentucky Rural Health Collaborative, a fund created by the Kentucky Primary Care Association (KPCA).

The KAHP donation is dedicated for healthcare workers who have had their homes destroyed or damaged so that they are able to purchase everyday appliances for their residences.

Medical Examiner’s Office investigate the identity of human skull found in Oregon
Oregon State Medical Examiner’s Office investigating human skull found near I-5


MARION COUNTY, OR - The Oregon State Police is reporting that on Monday, November 21, 2022 at approximately 9:18 AM, OSP Troopers responded to a suspicious object found by an Oregon Department of Corrections cleanup crew on northbound Interstate 5 near milepost 260.


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