JACKSON, Ky. (AP) - An eastern Kentucky coroner says the identities of 2 people found in a burned out car in 2012 have been confirmed. Breathitt County Coroner George Griffith says the victims were Michael Hufstetler and his wife, Crystal Hufstetler. They were found in October by hunters.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - When Louisville became the first city south of the Mason-Dixon line to require businesses to serve people regardless of their race or religion 50 years ago, teenagers were a driving force behind the decision. Teens such as Raoul Cunningham protested almost daily for 27 months at businesses such as restaurants and movie theaters that would serve African-Americans due to their race.
FLEMINGSBURG, Ky. (AP) - Prosecutors have dropped murder charges against a migrant worker in the deaths of 2 unidentified people. The charges were brought against Mariano Arias last year after police found two sets of skeletal remains in Fleming County.
LONDON, Ky. (AP) - Who let the dogs out? An eastern Kentucky sheriff says it was an intoxicated neighbor. Laurel County Sheriff John Root says in a statement that a 47-year-old London woman told deputies she used a blanket to break the glass on her neighbor's front door so she could let two small dogs out of the residence. The statement says Regina Napier was "highly intoxicated on controlled substances" on Friday evening when the incident occurred.
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