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A holiday-season food drive by Kentucky State Police has brought in 232,011 pounds of food statewide.  State police Commissioner Rodney Brewer started the "Cram the Cruiser" program in 2010 to assist needy families. Since that time, he says the state's lead police agency has contributed more than 500,000 pounds of food to shelters, food banks and churches across Kentucky.

KSP Increasing Patrols For Holiday Weekend

Nov 26, 2014

Motorists will have plenty of company on the roadways this holiday weekend, including Kentucky State Police Cruisers.

Kentucky State Police officials say the state is at its lowest highway fatality rate in nearly 50 years.

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The head of KSP and a lieutenant colonel are back after a two-day, 30-mile memorial hike across the Grand Canyon.

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The Lexington Police Dept. and Kentucky State Police are joining forces to spotlight their “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” program.

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A KSP water patrol officer who died more than 40 years ago searching for two missing teenagers in Frankfort has been remembered during a ceremony.

A three-day program designed to prevent fatalities on Interstate 75 is being hailed a success in Kentucky.

KSP Honors Last Surviving Member of First Cadet Class

Mar 14, 2014
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Kentucky State Police recently honored the last surviving member of its inaugural cadet class.  Reporter Chase Cavanaugh has details.

Kentucky State Police spokesman Trooper Paul Blanton says the number of highway fatalities in the state this year is the lowest since 1947.

The Kentucky State Police Academy welcomed 62 new troopers to the KSP ranks Tuesday.

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