Virginia State Police say you may experience delays if you are traveling on Highway 58 in Wise County this morning.
Dispatchers say there's a fire near a coal conveyor belt that runs over the road between Norton and Coeburn.
That's the only information we have at this time.
A recent investigation into drug activity in Pike County has led to the resignation of another dispatcher.
Officials say the investigation was a joint operation between the sheriff's department and Operation UNITE.
They say the name of the dispatcher will not be released because no formal action was taken.
Authorities say the person had 19 years of experience.
The case will be heard by the grand jury.
This investigation was an expansion from an arrest earlier this year when Pike County Deputy and dispatcher Matthew Blanton was arrested on drug charges.
An oil spill on four Bell County highways has now been cleaned up.
Bell County Emergency Management Director Ben Barnett says a truck carrying crude oil spilled the oil on highways KY 2011, KY 221, KY 66, and US-25E on Sunday.
He says the oil made the road slick for cars, but there were no injuries.
Crews worked most of the night and day Monday to clean the roads.
Officials say the roads are safe for travel now.
A drug bust over the weekend leaves six people in Pike County facing charges.
Probation and Parole officers say they got a complaint about Marvin Collins claiming he had narcotics on him.
When officers got to his home in Shelby Gap they say they found Collins, Joseph Scott and Roxanna Millwood with several prescription pills.
Officials say three others, Sam Webb, James Arnett and Perry Johnson, were caught trying to buy pills from them.
Five were arrested on drug trafficking charges.
Perry Johnson was arrested for an outstanding warrant.
Officials say they recovered more than $20,000 worth of prescription medications, several cell phones and more than $2,000 in cash.
A Pike County man accused of murdering his wife has pleaded guilty to a lesser charge.
Bruce Dillon accepted a guilty plea for first degree manslaughter Friday afternoon, and he could spend less than two decades in jail.
Dillon has already spent more than one year in jail facing a murder charge for the death of his wife Sherry.
Sherry Dillon disappeared July of last year and nearly one month later was found buried in a small freezer in their yard.
The guilty plea came with a recommended 19 year sentence meaning Bruce Dillon could be out jail by age 72.
He will be formally sentenced December 13.
A new trial for five people in a Clay County vote buying case will take place in November.
Federal court officials continued the trial of former Clay County Circuit Judge Cletus Miracle, former school superintendent Doug Adams and three others until November 4, 2013.
The group won a new trial when the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals overturned their convictions earlier this year.
Kentucky officials say a crackdown on underage drinking has resulted in dozens of citations being handed out.
The Kentucky Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control's "Cops in Shops" program has given 154 alcohol-related citations since the effort started Aug. 29.
A total of 94 underage possession citations have been issued.
Other charges include possession of a forged instrument and assisting a minor to purchase alcohol.
ABC says it has also stepped up its presence at tailgating events to reduce illegal alcohol use.