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Bartley verdict receives mixed reactions


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(WBIR) Now that Kenneth Bartley is a free man, Campbell County community members are weighing in on the verdict.

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Classmate remembers day of Campbell Co. school shooting


(WBIR) Sarah Richardson was a junior at Campbell County High School on Tuesday, November 8, 2005. That's the day when Kenneth Bartley, then 14 years old, opened fire inside the school's office.

"I was actually checking out of the office about the time the shooting had occurred to go to a doctor's appointment," she recalled.

Richardson said she's been watching Bartley's trial play out online and although she's not happy with the jury's decision, she's not surprised.

Bartley released; found not guilty of first-degree murder


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Kenneth Bartley is a free man, released on a $7,500 bond after more than eight years behind bars.

Kenneth Bartley speaks in his defense


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Wide array of penalties could await Bartley after trial


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As the case against Kenneth Bartley in the 2005 shooting death of former Campbell County vice principal Ken Bruce continues, WBIR 10News is learning more about what penalties he could face if he is convicted.

Scott County looks to lower alcohol sales to minors


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Selling alcohol to minors may be against the law, but authorities say it's happening a lot in Scott County. During a regular round of undercover work, deputies say of all businesses they checked, 40 percent sold to minors.

School shooting survivors testify in day 2 of Bartley trial


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(WBIR-Jacksboro, Campbell County) Testimony continued Tuesday in the trial of a man accused of opening fire at Campbell County High School.