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Police rule fatal Goldsmith Lane shootings a murder-suicide
Family members gathered outside the house on Sunday were overwhelmed. They did not want to go on camera, asking for privacy, but they did give some context to what they believe happened.
Radcliff woman indicted on theft charges for Medicaid benefits
A Radcliff woman has been indicted by a Hardin County grand jury for reportedly receiving more than $38,000 over a 30-month period of public assistance she was not entitled to.Peggy Greer, 44, is expected to appear Oct. 30 in Hardin Circuit Court to face a charge of making false statements/misrepres
Nicholasville man at large after fleeing from Danville police - The Advocate-Messenger
Travis M. Dailey, 34, of Nicholasville, was driving a 2001 Toyota Camry on Main Street near Fourth Street in Danville when police were notified by the Boyle County Sheriff’s Office that there was a warrant for his arrest and possible drugs in his vehicle. Police attempted to stop Dailey at about 2:4
Child hit by vehicle at soccer complex
A juvenile was struck accidentally Saturday, Elizabethtown police say, in the parking lot of the Mike Carroll Soccer Complex on Peterson Drive.
Greyhound bus passengers stranded in Louisville after driver quits
LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - There were some unhappy travelers today at the Louisville Greyhound bus station.Passengers said buses were stranded with no drivers for hours.The driver of a greyhound bus headed to Chicago quit on the job Monday.Another driver was described as “out of hours”, so he couldn’t
UofL football’s Kemari Averett has been suspended immediately after arrest
“I fully support Coach Petrino in his decision to immediately suspend Kemari Averett, per further investigation,” Vice-President/Director of Athletics Vince Tyra said. “We have high expectations for all of our student-athletes and inappropriate conduct will absolutely not be tolerated. “
Search on for man accused of running from Danville Police - ABC 36 News
Travis Dailey, of Nicholasville, is accused of leading Danville Police on a pursuit that ended near the Garrard-Jessamine County line on 10-14-18. He fled into the woods and was still at-large.
Scammers targeting Hardin County Detention Center and sheriff's office
“So far, the caller has asked people to call another number," Thomas said. "That should be very telling right off the bat.”
Woman, ex-boyfriend identified following murder-suicide on Goldsmith Lane
LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - The two people who died in a murder-suicide over the weekend were identified Monday.Jeffery Logsdon, 41, and Tiffany Tomerlin, 36, were found dead of gunshot wounds in a home on Goldsmith Lane on Sunday.Family members said Sunday that the crime was a result of an abusive rela
LBF: 50+ Louisville restaurants receive critical food-code violations
The list, released byLouisville Business First, reveals the score of each cited location. "Critical" violations include things like spoiled food, improper hand-washing, and presence of insects or rodents and will earn the restaurant a grade of C, even if the numerical score is higher.
Three year old girl missing in Madison County - ABC 36 News
3-year old Eden Hines, of Richmond, walked away from her Mallory Springs Road home on 10-14-18
SWAT, Louisville police surround home in Russell neighborhood
LMPD spokesman Lamont Washington said a suspect entered a house at 15th and Madison streets around noon Monday. People were inside, and police officers and SWAT team members got them out of the home.It's unclear how many people were in the home at the time. Washington said the residents escorted out
Shively Police asking for public's help to find man who robbed US Bank
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Shively Police are asking for help to find a man they say robbed an area bank.According to a news release from the agency, the robbery happened on Saturday, Oct. 13, at about 10:45 a.m. at the U.S. Bank at 4021 Dixie Highway, near Crums Lane.
Winning Kentucky Lottery ticket for $25,000 a year for life sold in Louisville
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Someone in Louisville has won $25,000 a year for life from the Kentucky Lottery.According to a news release, the winning ticket for the second prize from Thursday night's "Lucky for Life" drawing was sold in Louisville.
Danville man convicted in drug trafficking case
According to a release from the Department of Justice, an investigation into drug trafficking began in Boyle County after a spike of overdoses – three of them fatal – occurred in February. The release says that investigation led the Boyle County Sheriff’s Office, along with agents in the Drug Enforc
Crystal Rogers: Detectives provide inside look at investigation
BARDSTOWN, KY (WAVE) - Despite three years and no arrests, detectives say the investigation into Crystal Rogers' disappearance has not gone cold.Nelson County Sheriff’s Department Captain Jon Snow said they are still getting phone calls with tips. He said after the documentary on Oxygen, the departm
Three people fatally overdosed on drugs he sold. This Kentucky man has been convicted.
A Danville man was convicted in U.S. District Court Thursday on various drug charges after supplying drugs that led to three overdoses in 2017.Carl Wayne Bartleson Jr., 46, will face a maximum sentence of 30 years for a conviction of conspiracy to distribute heroin and fentanyl and four counts of di
Boyle County wants to hear from Peckler: Judge blamed for jail overcrowding offered chance to ‘present his side of the story’ - The Advocate-Messenger
As the court discussed earlier this week what would be on the agenda for today’s Criminal Justice Coordinating Council meeting, with a Boyle-Mercer Joint Jail Committee meeting directly after, Magistrate John Caywood said, “As I thought about it, I think a letter of invitation to Judge Peckler would
Danville man found guilty of drug trafficking, - ABC 36 News
LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ)- Court officials say a Danville man has been convicted following a three-day trial.They say 46-year-old Carl Wayne Bartleson was convicted for distribution of heroin and fetanyl.- Advertisement -Sentencing has been set for February 14, 2019, in Lexington.Officials say Bartleson
Homeschooling Increasing Among Kentucky Parents
More than 26,500 families, or about 3.6 percent of all Kentucky families, homeschool their children, according to testimony presented by Kentucky Office of Education Accountability Analyst Deborah Nelson in September. Nationwide, about 3.3 percent of all school-age children are homeschooled.