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Coroner: One person killed in Bell County fire

The fire reportedly started around 7:30 a.m. at an apartment on 24th Street.

Mostly cloudy skies continue across the region with temperatures in the 30s. As we head into the evening hours, not much will change. We will see cloud cover stick around as we head into the next couple of days.

Congressman James Comer said he's been getting a lot of encouragement to run.

The constant rain and snowfall over the past week combined with below freezing temperatures created black ice on many roadways.

Jenean Hampton says she wants to run with Gov. Bevin for re-election

Organization holds meeting to plan for Child Abuse Prevention month

Kentuckians again seek to block new Medicaid rules


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AG Andy Beshear files for governor, urges opponents to release taxes

Highway 15 back open following multi-vehicle crash in Letcher County

Judge-Executive and Sheriff are teaming up to improve park security

Report: Number of children overdosing on the rise

Perry Promise donates reusable bottles to students at Hazard High School

Woman’s 90 birthday candles set off fire alarm

IRS recalling 46,000 workers to handle taxes

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Harlan County student charged with terroristic threatening

Women arrested after police find explosive device, drugs in car

Wise County Sheriff announces his retirement

Deputies: Two people caught snorting drugs in elementary school bathroom

Filing: OxyContin maker forecast 'blizzard of prescriptions'

Highway 160 back open following crash in Knott County

Sheriff: Man had six shots of whiskey before driving stolen vehicle

Mueller not ready for Pres. Trump aide's sentencing, filing says

Harlan County native named Ohio Valley Conference Player of the Week

Super Bowl planners: Shutdown brings 'uncharted territory'

South Korea defense report doesn't refer to North as enemy

Taliban threaten to end talks with US on ending Afghan war

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