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Elkton man killed in wreck
Danny W. Borders, 42, was killed when his vehicle left the roadway and overturned, causing him to be ejected, according to Todd County Deputies.
Two killed in car wreck Friday evening
The wreck occurred at 11:19 p.m., six miles west of Lebanon on East Lovers Lane, according to Kentucky State Police.
Warren County grand jury returns indictments
The following people were indicted Wednesday by a Warren County grand jury:Demarcus R. Abbs, 20, c/o Warren County Regional Jail, third-degree burglary; $1,500 cash bond; third-degree burglary; $1,500 cash bond.Kareem P. Corigliamo, 19, 511 Glen Lily Road, third-degree burglary, third-degree crimina
Louisville Police: Crash on Interstate 264 kills two, injures two more
(Photo: Chalabala, Getty Images/iStockphoto)Two people died in a crash on Interstate 264 West on Friday afternoon, according to the Louisville Metro Police Department.LMPD responded to an accident about 4 p.m. near the 2 mile marker.The preliminary investigation revealed that while traffic was stopp
One killed in crash on Greenbelt Hwy.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WHAS11) – One person has died in a collision on the Greenbelt Highway at Greenwood Rd.A semi and a motorcycle are reportedly involved in the crash.Check back for updates to this story.
Caneyville woman killed in parkway crash
Investigating GCSO Chief Deputy Major Jarrod Mudd said that, leading up to the crash, a white Chevrolet Malibu, driven by 35-year-old Jackalyn Embry, of Caneyville, was travelling eastbound on the parkway when, witnesses reported, the car took a hard right turn off the roadway on the right side.
Hot Rods edge Dragons 3-2 in Bowling Green
The Dragons took a 1-0 lead in the second inning when Montrell Marshall doubled to the center field fence, went to third on John Sansone’s ground out, and scored on a hit to center by Hendrik Clementina.Bowling Green scored one run in the bottom of the second and added another in the fourth to take
Western theme park in Cave City reopens
CAVE CITY, Ky. (WBKO) --It’s a revival of what some say was one of Cave City's key attractions -- Guntown Mountain."I've got more than a lifetime full of memories,” said Michael Minor, whose father was a gunshow stuntman for the park for decades.On a mountaintop off of I-65, sits the relic of a park
Police: Woman left 18-month old at home alone to go to the bar
A Hopkinsville woman was charged with endangering the welfare of a minor after police found her child at home alone Friday morning.Janessa L. Raines, 27, allegedly left her 18-month-old at home alone as she when to the bar with Tailer R. Smith, who is a registered sex offender, according to a Hopkin
Man accused of nearly causing explosion, stealing money at Louisville business
LOUISVILLE, Ky. —A Southern Indiana man is accused of nearly causing an explosion at a Louisville company after stealing hundreds of dollars.David Lambert appeared in court Friday morning.AdvertisementPolice say two weeks ago, Lambert and an accomplice who works at Brown Wood Preserving stole $500 b
BG man pleads guilty to federal drug, gun crimes
A Bowling Green man pleaded guilty to multiple federal offenses Thursday.Christopher Michael Compton, 40, pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court to aiding and abetting the possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine and marijuana, manufacturing methamphetamine and possessing firearms and amm
Cave City doctor, medical assistant indicted
A physician based in Cave City is one of four people charged in a pair of federal indictments alleging illegal activity involving controlled substances.Dr. Chandra Reddy and his wife, Vinodini Dundumalla Reddy, were indicted Thursday on two counts of conspiring to commit health care fraud and a coun
Man arrested for allegedly striking at police following domestic violence call
According to a Glasgow Police Department news release issued Friday, officers responded to Aaron's Rental Center on Thursday over a domestic violence complaint. Officers found a victim in the business who was able to run away from the suspect and call for help from Aaron's Rental Center, according t
Clarkson increases loan for sewer project
According to Larry Cann, Principal In Charge of Cann-Tech, the lowest bid was half of a million dollars over the City's budget to renovate and update the sewer system in the city of Clarkson.
Fort Knox soldier who saved trucker is identified
A Fort Knox soldier being hailed as a hero for pulling a truck driver from a burning vehicle has been identified.Initially reported by WKYT-TV, the story praised an anonymous man who saved the driver’s life Mother’s Day weekend. The truck, which was carrying 8,000 gallons of gasoline, had burst into
Hepatitis A Outbreak hits Kentucky
BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (WBKO) --Hepatitis A is a highly contagious viral infection of the liver. It is spread when a person ingests the virus from objects, food, or drinks contaminated by small, undetected amounts of stool from an infected person.
Glasgow man arrested after officers find hydrocodone pills
GLASGOW, Ky, (WBKO) --A man in Glasgow is arrested after being pulled over.On Wednesday an officer pulled over Jason Thompson for having a cancelled license plate.Upon further investigation the officer decided to search Thompson and his car. The officer found some some Hydrocodone pills inside Thomp
Thousands expected to enjoy festival
BBQ, Blues & Bikes is in its sixth year and is continuing to grow in popularity, event organizers say.“The festival typically attracts 20,000 to 25,000. We have experienced a huge increase of activity for the event on social media,” said organizer Krista Levee. “Many are excited about the ride and t
Fleming, Hernandez carry Bowling Green to 5-0 win over Great Lakes
BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (AP) -- Ronaldo Hernandez homered and had two hits, and Josh Fleming allowed just four hits over six innings as the Bowling Green Hot Rods beat the Great Lakes Loons 5-0 on Thursday.Fleming (2-0) picked up the win after he struck out six.Bowling Green got on the board first in the
Two cited for animal cruelty in Glasgow
Turcotte used a laser temperature gauge and determined the temperature inside the vehicles was over 114 degrees, according to the news release, and he observed that the dogs were "without any water and panting."