Trio of teens face charges in murder of Cumberlands baseball player

A third person is now under arrest in connection with a University of the Cumberlands' baseball players' murder.

Our weather will be dry and unseasonably warm through the weekend thanks to a high pressure system just off to our east, but a cold front will bring us rain and a big cooldown next week.

A man wanted for the murder of a Boyd County woman has now been arrested.

Jonathan D. Mitchell, of Cranks Creek was arrested and charged with cultivating marijuana more than five plants, trafficking in marijuana less than five pounds, possession of drug paraphernalia, and possession of marijuana.

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Mountain News Weekend Edition 7:30 a.m. Top Stories - October 21, 2017

Mountain News Weekend Edition 7 a.m. Top Stories - October 21, 2017

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