Two teenage girls from Lawrence County, missing since late last week, are safe.
Police say they found Brittany Cheyenne Bishop and Karina Catalan, both 16 years old, Saturday night at a gas station in Lexington.
The teens were discovered about 8:30pm at a BP on Richmond Road.
The pair were last seen going to a bus stop on south Highway 3 outside of Louisa early Friday morning.
Bishop was released into the custody of her grandmother.
Police arrested 19 year old Jesus Cristino and charged him with custodial interference.
Two people are dead after an early morning fire in Pike County.
Fire officials say it happened around 1:30am Sunday morning on the Left Fork of Elswick Fork Road.
Ferrells Creek and Elkhorn City Fire Departments responded and firefighters say a man and woman appeared to have died from smoke inhalation.
The fire remains under investigation by Kentucky State Police.
The victims names have not been released.
A Lee County man has been found shot to death in his own home, now his wife is being charged with the murder.
It happened Friday night in Beattyville at their home on Primrose Lane.
Police say Madeline Lykins first told them she came home Friday night to find her husband Rex had been murdered.
But after questioning Madeline on Saturday, police say they had enough information to charge the 54-year-old with the murder of her husband and with tampering with evidence at the crime scene.
Police have not yet determined a motive for the murder.
The victim's brother-in-law says Rex and his wife had recently moved to Kentucky to be closer to family after retirement.
The wife has been booked at the Lee County Detention Center.
A woman is still in the hospital after a car hit her on Friday Evening in Big Stone Gap Virginia.
Police say 42 year old Christy Vikara was walking along the on-ramp that links up with US Route 23 near Union High School, when she was hit by a car driven by 22 year old Jessica Eldridge.
Vikara was flown to Holston Valley Medical Center in Kingsport Tennessee.
She is listed in critical condition.
The University of Pikeville officially has a new president.
The inauguration for Dr. James Hurley was held Friday.
Hurley is the 20th UPIKE president and the first alumnus of the university to serve in the position.
He says his plans include continuing to grow the university and serve the people of Appalachia by educating them here at home.
Hurley follows in the footsteps of what he calls many great leaders and served most recently as UPIKE Vice President under former Governor Paul Patton.