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Severe weather creates minor setback

I-64 bridge demolition delayed in Shelby County.

By Cameron Koch

 Demolition of the old KY 55 bridge over Interstate 64 was delayed for one day because of severe weather Monday night.


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Man hospitalized in Sunday crash

By Lisa King

A Shelbyville man is listed in fair condition at the University of Louisville Hospital where he was taken after a single-vehicle crash Sunday afternoon.

Robert L. Tingle, 66, was injured when he flipped his 2000 Nissan pickup on Interstate 64 at about 2:38 p.m. near Mile Marker 32, police said.


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Office Hours are 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday

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West bound traffic backed up to Franklin County for hours

Frankfort man dies on I-64 in Shelby when truck crashes into garbage truck

By Lisa King

A Franklin County man was killed on I-64 yesterday when he ran into the back of another vehicle in his pickup truck.

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Kentucky State Police investigators have identified the victim as Charles E. Moore, 38, of Frankfort. KSP spokesperson Ron Turley said the fatal crash happened at 3:34 p.m. Thursday when Moore, who was traveling westbound on I-64, drove his Toyota pickup truck into the rear of a large recycling truck driven by William Gram of Indiana at about the 35 mile marker.

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Lane closure tonight just east of Shelbyville on westbound I-64

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) District 5 Office advises motorists of  that the right lane of westbound Interstate 64 in Shelby County will be closed between mile points 35 and 36.  This lane closure is scheduled for Monday, May 13 from 6:30 p.m. until midnight.  KYTC crews will be performing pavement repairs.
 

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Construction scheduled for Tuesday through Friday

KY 55 to be reduced to 1 lane at I-64

By Lisa King

Next week traffic may be backed up a bit on KY 55 at the I-64 interchange when roadwork is expected to intensify.
Officials at the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet say that KY 55 will be reduced to one lane between I-64 and Breighton Boulevard beginning at 7 a.m. Tuesday and, weather permitting, finishing at 7 p.m. Friday.

Andrea Clifford, spokesperson for the Transportation Cabinet, said the work will involve paving.

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Speeds up to 100 miles per hour in 16-mile pursuit

Lexington man jailed after high-speed chase

By Lisa King

A high-speed chase Thursday night that began in Shelby and ended in Franklin County had all the makings of an action movie, complete with dozens of patrol cars racing along I-64 at speeds of up to 100 miles per hour, spikes on the road and a Tasing.

After pursuing German Lopez Gonzalez, 34, of Lexington for 16 miles, from mile marker 32 to marker 48, two miles into Franklin County, police were able to stop Gonzalez by putting spikes on the road to deflate his tires, said KSP trooper Hunter Martin, the arresting officer.

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News Digest: April 17, 2013

By The Staff

Shelby County schools receive  $15,000 in 2 PLTW grants

Shelby County Public Schools has received a $15,000 grant to continue the biomedical sciences program at Shelby County High School, through Project Lead The Way. A $50,000 grant was also awarded to fund a new biomedical sciences program for PLTW at Collins High School.

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News Digest: April 3, 2013

By Steve Doyle

Mobile system reduces

backlog of warrants

A backlog of warrants for arrests has dropped dramatically during the past three years thanks to an electronic warrant program started in 2009, state officials say.


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One direction each night allows for overpass removal

I-64 to be closed 2 nights for Joyes Station Bridge demolition

By Lisa King

The widening of Interstate 64 in Shelby County will take a dramatic step today and Thursday, when the demolition of the Joyes Station Road overpass will require one section of the interstate to be closed to traffic each night.


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Removal of Joyes Station Road overpass will require one side to be closed each night.

I-64 to be closed overnight Wednesday and Thursday

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet District 5 Office advises motorists that Interstate 64 in Shelby County will be closed for demolition of the Joyes Station Road bridges.  This work is part of the I-64 widening project from the welcome center to ∏ mile east of KY 55 (mile points 27.9 to 32.8).    
 

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