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  • Man Killed In Pulaski County Crash

    A three car crash killed one man in Pulaski County. It happened Friday afternoon on East Kentucky 80, a few miles outside of Somerset. WLEX-TV Lexington, Sat, Feb 28 2015 @ 04:44 PM
  • Some southern Kentucky schools remain closed due to weather

    The Lincoln County Superintendent tells WKYT that the parking lots and driveways are a mess. They say a water pipe broke and a sprinkler froze at Lincoln County Middle School. WKYT, Sun, Feb 22 2015 @ 10:07 PM
  • LCAHD sends tips on avoiding hypothermia

    LCAHD sends tips on avoiding hypothermia Amy Tomlinson, Public Health Services Coordinator with the Lake Cumberland Area Health Department, Somerset, KY, sends these tips and reminders for avoiding hypothermia: Hypothermia can result when the body's temperature drops below what is necessary to maintain normal bodily functions. In severe cases or when the body is not warmed properly, death can result. Columbia Magazine, Fri, Feb 20 2015 @ 04:31 AM
  • Laurel Co. Burglary Suspect Indicted

    A Laurel County man was indicted by a grand jury after he was detained by a homeowner during an alleged burglary. Joshua Smith was arrested in December of 2014 after he was allegedly caught burglarizing a home in Pulaski County by the homeowner. WLEX-TV Lexington, Tue, Feb 17 2015 @ 03:00 AM
  • Teen Survives 300-foot Fall From Ky. Cliff

    Rescuers say a south-central Kentucky teen is lucky to be alive after falling 300 feet from the edge of a cliff. The Commonwealth Journal reports 15-year-old Zachary Wilson was out hunting for raccoons with friends on Sunday night when he made a misstep and went over the cliff in Pulaski County along Lake Cumberland. WBKO-TV Bowling Green, Tue, Feb 10 2015 @ 11:11 AM
  • Teen Rescued After Falling From Bluff In Pulaski County

    Rescue crews responded to the Tateville area around 11 p.m. Rescuers located the teen in a heavily wooded area. They say that due to the dense forest and rain, they lowered the teen another 150 to a boat instead of trying to get him back up the bluff. WLEX-TV Lexington, Mon, Feb 9 2015 @ 06:36 AM
  • Kansas Woman Extradited For 2008 Pulaski County Felony

    Heather McKinney, 29, was arrested January 3, 2015 by deputies from the Sedgwick County Sheriff's Office in Wichita after they learned she was wanted in Pulaski County on a circuit court indictment. She was extradited from Kansas to Somerset on February 4th by deputy jailers with the Pulaski County Detention center. WLEX-TV Lexington, Fri, Feb 6 2015 @ 03:00 AM
  • Somerset Optometry Practice To Pay U.S. Government $800,000 To Settle False Claims Act Violations

    An optometry practice in Pulaski County has agreed to pay the U.S. Government $800,000 to settle civil allegations that it billed federal health care programs for medically unnecessary and worthless eye examinations provided to nursing home residents over the course of several years. The U.S. Government contends that from January 1, 2007 to January 31, 2012, Associates in Eye Care P.S.C. , employed an optometrist, Dr. Philip Robinson, who provided routine, monthly eye examinations to almost all of his nursing home patients, regardless of their condition or medical need. WLEX-TV Lexington, Tue, Feb 3 2015 @ 03:00 AM
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