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Radcliff man indicted on sex offenses involving teen
A Radcliff man arrested last month for attempting to set up a meeting to have sex with a female teenager has been indicted by a Hardin County grand jury on four felony charges.
Matt Flanagan joins KBC as new children, student ministry consultant
Bardstown discipleship pastor and student minister Matt Flanagan has been tapped to serve as Kentucky Baptist Convention’s new Children and Student Ministry consultant. Flanagan will head up the transitioning of children and student consulting from Crossings Ministries to the KBC, said Church Consul
Video shows Bullitt County jail employee punching inmate
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- A Bullitt County inmate punched by a corrections employee was caught on camera. The attorney for the inmate, Zachary Foster, said the inmate now has brain injuries. Steve Romines provided us the video to WDRB News of inside the detox cell at the Bullitt County Detention Cen
Making cakes in Mammy's Kitchen
If you love old family recipes and a hometown feel, you'll love Mammy's Kitchen. Mammy’s Kitchen was recognized as the best breakfast, best family restaurant and best nightlife attraction in Nelson County in 2017. Christy "Mammy" Clark stopped by Great Day Live and recruited Terry and Rachel to help
5 Small-town Holiday Vacation Spots in Kentucky
Embrace the holiday spirit in the beautiful state of Kentucky. It’s a great time of year to spend those un-used vacation days. Plan a quick winter weekend getaway before the end of 2018. Discover one (or all) of these five charming Kentucky small-towns!
Kentucky radio station plays 'Baby It's Cold Outside' 2 hours straight
ELIZABETHTOWN, Ky. (WVLT/WDBJ7) -- A Kentucky radio station is wading into the controversy over the classic Christmas song, 'Baby, It's Cold Outside.' While stations across the country are pulling the song from their playlists, WAKY in Elizabethtown held a two-hour marathon this weekend.
Solid Light and Heaven Hill Distillery to Create New Visitor Experience Showing What it Takes to ‘Do Bourbon’ – American Whiskey News
BARDSTOWN, Ky. — November 16, 2018 — Heaven Hill Distillery and Solid Light, a full-service firm that plans, designs and builds exhibits and visitor experiences, announced plans today for a multimillion-dollar expansion and rebranding of Heaven Hill’s Bardstown Visitor Center. The expansion will wea
Boombozz ready to burst onto county’s pizza scene
With 30 televisions, 28 beer taps, delicious food and enough seating for nearly 200 people, BoomBozz Craft Pizza and Taphouse is ready to open to the public. The restaurant, which is the latest addition to a collection of eateries at The Overlook at Buffalo Creek off North Mulberry Street on the e
JCPS principal sues district over discrimination
A Jefferson County Public Schools principal is suing the district over what she described as years of degrading behavior from a JCPS official as she worked to fix a “nightmare” of a school situation.
Attorneys for ex-boyfriend of missing Bardstown woman wants change of venue in theft case
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WHAS11) – Attorneys for Brooks Houck have filed a change of venue request for his trial on his theft charges. Houck was arrested and charged in Nelson County with stealing shingles from Lowe’s in the July incident.
Court Hearing for former Miss Kentucky has been moved to next month
A court hearing in West Virginia for Former Miss Kentucky Ramsey Bearse has been moved to next month. Clerks at Kanawha County Magistrate Court say Bearse’s is scheduled to appear in court on January 29, 2019.
Thomas Merton’s death recalled 50 years later
Fifty years after his death, Thomas Merton — the influential Trappist monk who lived and wrote from the Abbey of Gethsemani near Bardstown, Ky. — is still helping to draw others nearer to Christ through his writings and the communities they tend to create, said Cistercian Father Lawrence Morey.
Former Kentucky high school basketball star denied bond reduction following rape charge
BURLINGTON, Ky. (WDKY) - A Kentucky judge has denied a request for a rape suspect to have his bond lowered, as his case is being sent to a grand jury. WKRC reports former Covington Catholic basketball star Jacob Walter, 18, of Burlington will remain in the Boone County Detention Center on a $250,000
Meth floods Northern Kentucky, cops shut down house: 'To stay there, you had to sell meth'
The recent shutdown of a "meth house" yielding four arrests in Northern Kentucky was just one more sign of a changing drug scene, police say. Crystal methamphetamine is inundating the illicit drug market, and it's predicted to stay a while. Called ice by most users, it's usually quite pure, and its
Deaths of father, 2 children officially ruled accidental
LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - The Jefferson County Coroner released an official report on the deaths of Juvenal Garcia, 39, Mayra, 8, and Cruz, 3. The three were found in the family’s garage in the 9900 block of Plaudit Way in Valley Station on November 28. Police believe the father was warming up the car
Police investigate death of Kentucky jail inmate
PADUCAH, Ky. (AP) — Kentucky State Police say they are investigating the death of a McCracken County jail inmate. A statement from police says jail staff called troopers on Friday to report an inmate had attempted to hang himself. Jail staff told police they found 35-year-old Ronald G. Ledbetter in
Kentucky restricts transport of deer killed in Tennessee
FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) -- Wildlife officials have placed restrictions on the transport of deer from Tennessee into Kentucky in response to the detection of chronic wasting disease.
4-star WR says he’s “fallen in love with Kentucky”
In a crucial recruiting weekend for Mark Stoops and his staff heading into Wednesday’s early signing deadline, Kentucky hosted many recruits this weekend for official visits.
New sessions of ‘Surviving Divorce’ program will begin on Jan. 10
A new 15-week session of “Surviving Divorce” will begin on Jan. 10 at St. Joseph Church, Bardstown, Ky., in the Maloney Room of Flaget Hall. Sessions will be held on Thursdays from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Bardstown man indicted after high-speed chase
A Bardstown man is facing six felony charges after he was indicted last week by a Hardin County grand jury following his Nov. 24 arrest after a U.S. 31W pursuit that reached speeds of more than 100 mph, according to his indictment.