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Western KY: Second Murder In Two Days

Web Producer: Jason Bailey

Kentucky State Police report that another murder has taken place; the second in two days.

It happened between Dawson Springs and Beulah.

Authorities are on the scene, along with the Hopkins County Coroner. We have a crew on the way to Hopkins County and will bring you more Wednesday evening on Newswatch at 6.

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