Fish and Wildlife officials need your help catching illegal poachers. Officials say two bull elk were shot Sunday morning in Knott County near the Beaver Creek Park. While it's legal for archers to hunt elk at this time, it is illegal to shoot them. Callers may remain anonymous, and a $1000 reward is offered for information that leads to the conviction of the poachers.
Around nine o'clock Sunday morning the Pikeville Police and Fire Departments responded to a call about a truck in the pond off of Hambley Blvd. When they arrived on scene officers say they saw a brown Ford truck partially under water. Officials discovered it was unoccupied. Officials say the keys were also still in the ignition and discovered the Pike County Sheriff's Office had received a report about this vehicle being stolen from the Big Creek area.
A man is behind bars following harassment complaints from several women. Laurel County Deputies say Willie Hubbard, 24, of Lily was harassing female customers at House's Liberty Station Saturday evening. Managers say they asked Hubbard to leave, but he refused. Officials say they saw Hubbard trying to get money from a woman in the parking lot when they showed up. Hubbard told police he had not been drinking, but that his father had spilled beer on him. Hubbard is charged with Criminal Trespassing, and Alcohol Intoxication.
A school district in Danville is leading the state in project-based learning. The concept is a deeper learning model that requires students to apply what they have learned to show that they are ready for college or a career after high school. Danville Independent School District Superintendent Carmen Coleman says that it's a different kind of accountability system for schools. As part of the move toward the concept, Coleman is preparing to state and federal officials for permission to stop giving two standardized tests to high school students.