Police: One man is dead after firing shots at deputies

One man is dead after police say he fired shots at deputies in Laurel County.

We may still see a few showers through the morning hours, and we cannot completely rule out a stray sprinkle this afternoon, but much of the daytime hours today will be dry.

Two women from Claiborne County, Tenn. were arrested on felony drug charges Thursday night after a “buy-bust” investigation by detectives with the Middlesboro Police Department.

The Boyd County Sheriff’s Office is asking for your help finding a missing teenager. If you have any information about Tiffany’s whereabouts, please call the Boyd County Sheriff’s Office at 606-739-5135.

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