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Gregory sparks Campbellsville, while Hall continues to shine in 75-64 win over No. 18 Lindsey Wilson
CAMPBELLSVILLE, Ky. — A big first half from No. 7 Campbellsville did in the 18th-ranked Lindsey Wilson Blue Raiders and the Battle of Highway 55 went in favor of the Lady Tigers, 75-64. Caitlin Hall continued her stellar passing and brought the crowd to her feet once again with 10 assists – which is
Attorneys argue Brooks Houck won't get a fair trial in Nelson County
BARDSTOWN, Ky. (WDRB) -- The felony trial of Brooks Houck, the main suspect in the disappearance of Bardstown woman Crystal Rogers will likely be moved out of Nelson County, but the commonwealth and defense attorney could not come to any type of agreement Thursday, so once again, the decision will b
Kentucky lawmakers file school safety bill
Kentucky lawmakers file a bill enhancing school safety across the commonwealth. The bill was introduced in the State Senate Wednesday. The bill, introduced by State Sen. Max Wise of Campbellsville, proposes new requirements and new staff for Kentucky school districts to keep kids safe in class.
Kentucky judge allegedly left accident scene. He’ll be suspended for seven days.
A Kentucky judge who allegedly left the scene of an accident has been suspended for seven days. The state Judicial Conduct Commission released the order on District Judge William W. Roberts on Thursday.
Casey County grand jury indicts eight
The following people were indicted by a Casey County grand jury on Dec. 14:. • Chad Allen Peyton, 34, Liberty: first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance second offense, methamphetamine; possession of drug paraphernalia. Bail was set at $15,000 cash. Bryan Shepard with the Casey County Sheri
Phoenix women fall at Campbellsville
CAMPBELLSVILLE, Ky. — Seventh-ranked Campbellsville University put together a 13-0 run early in the second quarter to take control and the Tigers never let up, posting a 90-51 victory over Cumberland in women’s basketball action here Thursday night at the Powell Athletic Center.
3 dead, 1 hurt in Kentucky shooting
OWENSBORO, Ky. (AP/WKYT/WFIE) -- Police in Kentucky say multiple people have been taken to a hospital following a shooting at a residence in Owensboro. Owensboro Police Public Information Officer Andrew Boggess said Thursday that the local coroner was called to the scene of the shooting. WFIE report
Putback in final seconds downs CU men on the road
CAMPBELLSVILLE, Ky. —Andrew Smith’s putback with 17.7 seconds remaining gave seventh-ranked Campbellsville University the lead and Shamari Denson’s 15-footer rimmed out for Cumberland, giving the Tigers a hard-fought 54-53 victory over the Phoenix in men’s basketball action here Thursday night at th
Metcalfe school board re-elects Shive, Brown; sets school calendar
The Metcalfe County Board of Education met in regular session on Tuesday. During the board meeting, Joey Shive was re-elected as chairman, and Tim Brown was re-elected as vice chairman.
Local students receive honors at Campbellsville University
The academic honors’ dean’s list and president’s list for the Fall 2018 semester has been announced by Dr. Donna Hedgepath, Campbellsville University’s provost and vice president for academic affairs.
Kentucky driver seemingly tries to destroy snowman, surprised to hit tree stump
(FOX NEWS) -- A driver in Kentucky was in for a rude awakening after they seemingly tried to run over a snowman -- only to hit the tree stump underneath. Cody Lutz built the snowman over the weekend with family in Petersburg. He told Fox affiliate WXIX-TV he, his fiancée, and soon-to-be sister-in-la
2 arrested, accused of passing counterfeit money in Nelson County
BARDSTOWN, Ky. (WKYT) – Two people are behind bars after reportedly using counterfeit money at the Bardstown Kroger. Police say the store notified them of the bogus bills on Jan. 11. According to police they discovered the suspects had also used the counterfeit money at the Kroger in Elizabethtown.
Kentucky woman admitted to stealing from school's PTO account after $38K goes missing
PADUCAH, Ky. (WKYT) - A Kentucky woman has been arrested after police say she admitted to stealing thousands of dollars from an elementary school’s PTO account. Rachel Morgan Hall, 37, was charged with theft by failure to make required disposition of property $10,000,according to CBS affiliate KFVS.
Hart County's Immanuel Ministry Church vehicle stolen
Bowling Green, Ky --- After a church truck used to transport food to The Abundance of the Hart Food Bank in Hart County was stolen, a Facebook post helped locate the missing truck in just a couple hours.
Giving back: Concert planned for CCVFD funding
CAVE CITY — A benefit bluegrass concert that will help cover the cost to buy rescue equipment for the Cave City Volunteer Fire Department is scheduled to take place next Saturday at the Cave City Convention Center.
Report: Thousands lose access to SNAP throughout Kentucky
More than 200 McCracken County residents have lost access to supplemental nutrition benefits in McCracken County, and hundreds more are at risk, a recent report from the Kentucky Center for Economic Policy states.
Pulaski County downs Casey County in a high-scoring shoot-out
LIBERTY - The Pulaski County High School boys basketball team upped their district record to 3-1 with a high-scoring 90-74 win over Casey County High School on Tuesday night. The Maroons built a commanding 17-point lead after the opening period and never let their feet off the gas pedal en route to
Pulaski County still looking for first district win in loss to Casey County
LIBERTY - The Pulaski County High School team is looking for their first district win of the season after losing on the road to Casey County High School on Tuesday night by a score of 61-37. The Lady Rebels roared out to a 19-9 lead after the first quarter, but widened the margin to 39-22 after the
Nominations Now Open for Adair County’s 20 Under 30 Class
The Adair County Community Voice is seeking nominations for the first “20 under 30” class. The “20 under 30” class will recognize the success of local individuals under the age of 30 who live in or are from Adair County.
Keeping families warm this winter
BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (WBKO) -- It's that time of the year when the holidays are over, the days are shorter, and the nights... colder. For many, it's also the time of the year when utility bills tend to spike up a bit.