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Boyfriend of missing Bardstown woman Crystal Rogers charged with theft
The boyfriend of Crystal Rogers, the Bardstown woman who went missing in 2015, was indicted Wednesday on theft charges.
Called to early morning fire
Submitted A fire erupted in the attic of a home in the 300 block of West Dixie early Wednesday morning. The Elizabethtown Fire Department received the call at 4:33 a.m. Administrative Assistant Brett Miniard said the fire was contained to the attic. The cause was electrical wiring. Residents at the
Radcliff setting rules for crossing roadways
At previous meetings, City Attorney Michael Pike said the Kentucky Supreme Court determined in a Lexington case that panhandling is a form of protected free speech. Signage requesting food or cash donations are no different, in law, than political protest or advocacy.
Sheriff names deputy involved in shooting
Once the investigation is complete, the case will be given to the Hardin County Commonwealth Attorney’s Office for review, according to a KSP news release. KSP Post 4 spokesman Scotty Sharp said he anticipated the investigation would take a few weeks.
Boy who survived suicide attempt at 10 carries message of hope - Insider Louisville
Jared Traxler of New Haven, Ky., is now 13. | Courtesy of the family and Norton Children’s Hospital
Etown police seize 15 pounds of marijuana, guns, cash
James Richardson, 36, and Calena Falkner, 27, were arrested after police executed a search warrant Sunday at a home on Village Drive.
E’town pair face drug trafficking charges
Two Elizabethtown residents were arrested and charged after a search warrant was issued Sunday by officers from the Elizabethtown Police Department and Greater Hardin County Narcotics Task Force at a Village Drive residence.Officers seized approximately 15 pounds of high-grade marijuana, marijuana e
Deputy, driver identified in Hardin County shooting
ELIZABETHTOWN, Ky. (WKYT) -Kentucky State Police are investigating after a deputy's weapon discharged during a traffic stop, injuring a driver.
John Schnatter's rights complicate Cardinal Stadium name situation
While conceding that “Cardinal Stadium” is a temporary solution, the University of Louisville administration’s ban on “Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium,” appears to be permanent.
Brooks Houck indicted on theft charges in Nelson County
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- The man who was named the main suspect in the disappearance of Bardstown mother Crystal Rogers has been indicted on theft charges.Officers arrested Brooks Houck on Wednesday afternoon. He faces four felony theft counts and was given a $25,000 full cash bond. He was also giv
Parents, children learn together
Athena Martinez, 4, moved and stacked blocks to build a castle inside the cafeteria at Cecilia Valley Elementary School in Cecilia.The blocks were Athena’s favorite part of Summer in Action Camp, an early childhood camp provided through Hardin County Schools. The week-long camp is running this week
3-year-old left alone while mother worked
An Elizabethtown woman, who police say left her 3-year-old son unattended Sunday for several hours while at work, now faces a felony charge of first-degree wanton endangerment.Blanca Martinez Cordon, 29, could face up to five years in prison, if convicted of the Class D felony.According to an arrest
Grand jury ups charge in Radcliff man’s indictment
A Radcliff man is scheduled to appear today in Hardin Circuit Court after he was indicted on an enhanced charge from a reported May incident.Brandon Cannon Henry, 35, was arrested May 8 — a day after he was released from the Hardin County Detention Center – for violating conditions of his probationa
Ky. authorities looking for help identifying subjects in ongoing investigations
In the video, the white female is seen wearing a light blue shirt, dark colored shorts, white sneakers and sunglasses. She also has shoulder length darkish blonde hair. The woman also has a noticeable limp when she walks.
Four plead guilty in Williamson murder
The alleged shooter, Shelmontay Adams, who was 21 at the time of the killing on May 16, 2017, agreed to a plea in which he will get 25 years on a murder charge and 20 years on first-degree robbery, to run concurrently for a total of 25 years. He will not be considered for parole until he has served
Names released from officer involved shooting in Hardin County
ELIZABETHTOWN, Ky. (WBKO) --The names of an officer and suspect in an officer involved shooting in Elizabethtown were released Tuesday.Kentucky State Police was asked by the Hardin County Sheriff's Office on July 12 to investigate the shooting on Mountain View Estates Road.The preliminary investigat
E’town council approves renewal of TV contract
The city approved the agreement to broadcast council meetings for $7,500 annually, plus any and all captioning services added to the broadcast by HCEC-TV.
New tax policy and what that means for the future of Kentucky
With the new tax reform that went into place on July 1, 2018, many are wondering why it went into effect in the first place.
Hilton Garden Inn E’town names general manager
HBS Hospitality, the ownership group of Hilton Garden Inn Elizabethtown, has named Timothy Alsip as general manager of the local hotel.As general manager, Alsip will be responsible for all aspects of hotel operations, including guest services and satisfaction, hotel administration and overseeing mar
City answers Rock’s Lawsuit
The civil lawsuit involves Danny Rock, owner of Rock Properties and the plaintiff in the case, against the defense of the City of Hodgenville/Hodgenville Water Works, Hodgenville Mayor Ken DeVore and the Hodgenville City Council, which consists of council members Jim Phelps, Bonnie Clark, Steve John