ATLANTA (AP) - The Associated Press has named Alex Sanz as its new deputy director of newsgathering for the U.S. South, a position overseeing breaking news and enterprise across all media formats in 13 states.
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On Monday, attorneys in Floyd County Circuit Court presented arguments and examined witnesses in a civil case regarding an insurance company’s potential obligation to pay the former clients of fugitive former Social Security lawyer Eric C. Conn on the...
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Officials of a Noah's Ark theme park have sold their main parcel back to a for-profit affiliate days after Kentucky's tourism agency said the park had breached an incentive agreement that would refund a portion of...
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7/25/2017
Attorneys for President Donald Trump want a federal appeals court to dismiss a lawsuit by protesters accusing him of ordering his supporters to rough them up at a campaign rally in Louisville last year.
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7/25/2017
The national debt has doubled to $20 trillion since 2009. In 30 years, the Congressional Budget Office projects, it will rise to more than $90 trillion. That number is inconceivable. Author David Schwartz explains it in terms of time. One…
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7/25/2017
A Neon man who allegedly fled law enforcement officers in March, leaving behind more than 70 grams of crystal methamphetamine, was located and arrested during a traffic stop Friday.
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7/25/2017
A 19-year-old Kentucky man charged with injuring his infant son has been sentenced to eight years in prison after pleading guilty earlier this year to first-degree criminal abuse of a child less than 12 years old.
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7/25/2017
Abortion opponents are challenging a federal restraining order that keeps them from gathering on a patch of sidewalk in front of the only clinic still performing abortions in Kentucky.
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7/24/2017
On Friday, in Pike Circuit Court, a former teacher in the Pike County and Floyd County school districts received a one-year diverted sentence in connection to her possession of crystal methamphetamine in April.
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7/22/2017
Eastern Kentuckians are still crying out to their power provider, Kentucky Power, following a proposed rate increase the company submitted to the Public Service Commission earlier this summer.
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7/22/2017
Both sides in the abortion fight raging in Kentucky agree on one thing: The stakes are as high as ever in a state that could become the first in the nation without an abortion clinic.
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7/22/2017
Kentucky's tourism agency has suspended a tax break worth up to $18 million for a Noah's ark biblical attraction after the park transferred its main property to a nonprofit affiliate.
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7/21/2017
A Pikeville woman who was allegedly found unconscious in a lawn chair at the dumpsters of the Westcare Homeless Shelter Tuesday night was charged with a felony after she allegedly attempted to bring prescription medication into the Pike County...
7/20/2017
Kentucky Power is shining a light on an ongoing effort to revitalize some of the area’s coal operations through what the company calls the “Coal Plus” program.
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7/20/2017
A divide has developed over the last two decades with a dichotomy growing wider everyday between “The Golden Triangle” — Louisville, Lexington and Northern Kentucky — and the rest of Kentucky.
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7/18/2017
Since Opie (former city manager, Donovan Blackburn) went into the private sector and the new sheriff is in town, things have transitioned rather smoothly. New Interim City Manager Phillip Elswick, while filling Opie’s shoes nicely, has made an...
7/15/2017
Kentucky Power President and Chief Operating Officer Matthew Satterwhite visited Appalachian Newspapers Inc., Thursday to address concerns and lay everything out on the table in regards to the most recent rate increase request the
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7/15/2017
The House of Representatives held a hearing Wednesday to address the opioid crisis that is currently flooding the United States. Representatives from Maryland, Virginia, Kentucky and Rhode Island joined together on Capitol Hill to “combat the opioid...
7/13/2017
In March, President Trump said, “We will put our miners back to work. We are putting an end to the war on coal.” In his executive order, he directed the EPA to suspend, revise or rescind Obama’s Clean Power Plan.
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7/11/2017
Dr. Alfred Bradley Adkins, a Pike County psychiatrist convicted of conspiring with Eric C. Conn in a scheme to defraud the Social Security Administration, is seeking a new trial and home incarceration, according to motions filed in U.S. District...
7/11/2017
Last week, the parent company of this newspaper, Appalachian Newspapers Inc., purchased two newspapers in the area and absorbed its sister paper in Paintsville. While newspapers around the country are cautious about their future, we see a great niche...
7/8/2017
Three individuals, including the owner and developer of StoneCrest Properties in Prestonsburg, have been indicted in an alleged bank fraud conspiracy.
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7/8/2017
The two people alleged to have buried a West Virginia man in a shallow grave on Turkey Creek after a woman allegedly murdered him appeared in Pike Circuit Court Wednesday to be re-arraigned on new indictment charges.
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7/7/2017