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Driver loses control, is ejected
A head-on crash Friday morning claimed a life in Pikeville.
David Parsons is serving five years for felony drug trafficking, according to court records.
ATV flips, hits guardrail.
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A Marrowbone Volunteer firefighter in Pike County is fighting for his life after being hit by another firefighter while clearing a downed tree from a road, according to officials.
As of late Monday night, more than 42,000 Kentucky Power customers in eastern Kentucky still were without electricity after Sunday's wind damage.
There are two confirmed coronavirus cases at Pikeville Medical Center, according to PMC.
Pike County man dies in accident early Thursday morning.
Overnight storms downed trees, power lines in scattered areas.
Woman stabbed in leg during incident in Pike County.
Cleanup continues following that fiery train derailment last week.
KSP has released the name of the man they say officers fatally shot because he was driving directly toward first responders.
Miners who were blocking a coal train while waiting on money they said Quest Energy owed them have been paid and have moved from the tracks.
KSP says an assault case is under investigation after they say a man's story about accidentally shooting himself contains inconsistencies.
More than a dozen people were arrested Wednesday during a Kentucky State Police drug roundup in Floyd and Pike counties, according to KSP.
In Pike County, a convicted sex offender was found in a school pickup line, which is against the law.
The Courier-Journal reports an employee at a KFC in Pike County tested positive for Hepatitis A.
A fast food worker has been diagnosed with hepatitis A, according to the Pike County Health Department.
An injured deer somehow managed to get inside a hardware store in Pike County Friday afternoon. Unfortunately, the 12 point buck had to be put down due to the severity of the injuries.