The FBI has concluded that the human remains found on Friday, July 24th near the border of Nelson and Washington Counties are not Crystal Rogers. Over the last few months, the FBI has utilized the Combined DNA Index System (CODIS) in an attempt to identify the remains. Unfortunately, a match was not found. The Nelson County Sheriff’s Office will continue to be lead on the investigation of the unidentified remains and the FBI will be available to assist if needed. The FBI and our law enforcement partners understand that many in the community were hopeful that these remains would bring answers to the Crystal Rogers case. This latest development most certainly does not affect the unwavering resolve of the FBI personnel assigned to investigate the disappearance of Crystal Rogers. Bringing justice to the community of Bardstown remains a top priority of FBI Louisville.
Gov. Andy Beshear Calls on Kentuckians to Keep Each Other Safe This Snow and Ice Season FRANKFORT, Ky. (Nov. 2, 2020) – Chilly early November temperatures signal the fast approaching winter months – primetime for the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet’s (KYTC) snow and ice removal efforts. Nearly 2,000 frontline crews charged with maintaining safe travel on […]
Motorists urged to use caution during annual 50-Mile Yard Sale on KY 52 in Breathitt, Estill and Lee counties
JACKSON, Ky. – As residents of Breathitt, Estill and Lee counties prepare for the annual 50-Mile Yard Sale along KY 52 on Friday and Saturday, July 3-4, the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet is urging motorists to use caution during the event. The 2020 event is being held as scheduled, and organizers expect more visitors than usual this […]
Major renovations are coming to the Technical Campus of Hazard Community and Technical College, thanks to a $3.8 million grant from the Economic Development Administration in Washington, D.C. The Industrial Education building and the Transportation building will benefit from the project, which totals $4.8 million. The Industrial Education building, which is 55,000 square feet […]