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Mother sentenced in child abuse case
A former Radcliff resident charged in what was called a cruel case of abuse of her then-6-year-old daughter by the judge presiding over the case, accepted a five-year plea deal Tuesday in Hardin Circuit Court.Brittany Moore, 24, of Horse Cave, is eligible for parole after serving one year on a charg
TBI: Missing siblings from Overton County found safe
OVERTON COUNTY, TN (WSMV) - The two brothers who were reported missing in Overton County have been found safe, according to authorities.The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation issued an Endangered Child Alert for 4-year-old Jayce Evans and 3-year-old Jordan Evans on Wednesday night.The boys, who were
Sheriff’s Dept. recovers property, arrests two
Property has been recovered from thefts reported in September, and a man and a woman now face charges.On Sunday, Sept. 23, Deputy Looper of Overton County Sheriff’s Department responded to a burglary report at Hidden Treasures Resale, located at 201 Monterey Highway, Livingston. Upon arriving he spo
Pair arrested on drug trafficking charges
Two men were arrested Monday afternoon and charged with drug trafficking after authorities reportedly found about 5 ounces of crystal methamphetamine in bags inside an Elizabethtown residence, according to arrest citations.Shawn Hankins, 44, of Elizabethtown, and Billie Mattingly, 24, of Lebanon, ar
Glasgow man arrested for meth
GPD officers made contact with Corey Allen Carter, 26, of Glasgow, after searching the residence and locating several baggies that contained a crystal-like substance suspected to be methamphetamine, the press release states.
Traffic Safety Checkpoint Leads to Felony Arrest
COLUMBIA, Ky. (WBKO) --Kentucky State Police say at approximately 11:00 p.m. CDT on September 19, 2018 Trooper Zach Scott located a stolen Kia Spectra in the city limits of Columbia.
Endangered Child Alert issued for young Overton County brothers taken by mother
(Photo: TBI) OVERTON COUNTY, Tenn. (WKRN) - The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has issued an Endangered Child Alert for two young Overton County boys. Authorities said the boys - 3-year-old Jordan Evans and 4-year-old Jayce Evans - were taken by their mother, Tanya. Copyright 2018 Nexstar Broad
Grand jury gets case of woman accused of abusing mother
A Bowling Green woman arrested on suspicion of having abused her elderly mother will have her criminal case heard by a grand jury.Gerri Lynn Carnes, 57, waived her preliminary hearing scheduled Wednesday in Warren District Court, leaving the grand jury to decide whether to indict her.Carnes was arre
Man shot multiple times in Bowling Green
The investigation is ongoing, and no arrests have been made, according to Bowling Green Police Department spokesman Officer Ronnie Ward.
2 Arrested On Drug Charges In Putnam County
COOKEVILLE, Tenn. - Two suspected drug dealers have been arrested and placed behind bars in Putnam County.Authorities said a deputy conducted a traffic stop Thursday on a 2013 Dodge Challenger that ran a stop sign. The vehicle was stopped near the intersection of Highway 56 and Buffalo Valley Road.T
Kentucky's labor surplus is swelling, new federal data indicates
Data from the Employment and Training Administration, which tracks jobs data for the Department of Labor, published in September reported Kentucky's number of labor surplus areas (LSA) grew from 49 counties and three cities to 52 counties and three cities. The administration gives LSA status to plac
2 Inmates Overpower Officer, Escape Rutherford County Jail
Deputies said at about 12:40 a.m. Wednesday, Dewayne Halfacre and Jonathan Baxter assaulted a detention officer, climbed over the razor wire, and escaped the jail.
SLIDE SHOW: Cruise into Fall Car Show
The Glasgow-Renaissance-Main Street Cruise into Fall Car Show drew 261 registered vehicles that included cars, trucks, motorcycles and tractors, plus some who attended but chose not to register, to the Glasgow Public Square on Saturday.
This Strange Monument In Kentucky Will Haunt Your Dreams
There are many things in Kentucky that may leave you scratching your head or even a bit creeped out. Haunted hotels, spooky graveyards, and downright terrifying tales can be experienced all over our state, but there is one place in the small town of Mayfield that will definitely have you a little we
How far did Kentucky football move up in the new top 25 polls?
Oct 6, 2018; College Station, TX, USA; Kentucky Wildcats wide receiver Lynn Bowden Jr. (1) dives into the end zone for a touchdown during the first quarter against the Texas A&M Aggies at Kyle Field. Mandatory Credit: John Glaser-USA TODAY SportsJohn Glaser, John Glaser-USA TODAY SportsFullscreen
Rollover Crash Closes Highway 100 Near Harding Place
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Patients died, families lived in fear of doctor charged as drug dealer
Steiner,a psychiatrist and addiction specialist, isn't charged in any of the deaths. However, he is charged with drug dealing, accused of recklessly keeping some vulnerable patients like Bozian on medicines that can be addictive and lethal.
Police Search For Man Accused Of Attack, Rape
GREENBRIER, Tenn. - Police in Greenbrier asked for the public's help in identifying a man they say attacked and raped a woman.Officers responded in June to a woman running into traffic on Highway 41. She told police she had been beaten and raped.Police say the woman had been out on Broadway and got
New charges brought in abuse case
Additional criminal counts have been brought against a Bowling Green man accused of abusing his fiancee's daughter.Brad Gerke, 38, was arrested Friday on a count of first-degree assault (domestic violence) after city police were called to Intown Suites regarding a 23-month-old girl who had been vomi
Gentry gets 10-year sentence for attempted murder scheme
BOWLING GREEN — Kevin Scott Gentry, the man who is accused of trying to hire someone to kill another person, was sentenced to 10 years in prison followed by three years of supervised release Wednesday in U.S. District Court.