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If you love the ’Cats or delight in a Hawg, Kentucky State Police have a treat you can win. And it’s all being done for a good cause.
A custom-designed University of Kentucky Harley-Davidson motorcycle signed by coach John Calipari made an appearance Saturday in Hardin County.
Two police officers had to dodge a speeding car driven by a suspected drug dealer who fled a traffic stop.
Dominique Shaquill Tribble, 22, eventually was apprehended on the U.S. 31W Bypass near Patriot Parkway around 4 p.m. Thursday, according to police.
Walking into Pritchard Community Center in Elizabethtown felt like taking a step back into the 18th century.
The Bucksnort Longhunters 18th Century Market Fair was a two-day event for period merchants to sell their wares and for participants to discuss a shared appreciation for the time period.
More plea agreements have been accepted in a drug ring.
Jason Kenneth Creekmur, 37, of Vine Grove, and Angela Marie Cannon, 41, of Irvington, pleaded guilty to criminal syndication, engaging in organized crime.
Not many places celebrate birthdays for 200-year-olds, but Hodgenville will celebrate one of its own turning 206 next week.
In honor of Abram Lincoln’s 206th birthday, the group in charge of Lincoln Days is celebrating all day Thursday and is inviting the public.
A Vine Grove man arrested after striking a Radcliff police officer in the head with a milk glass in October, pleaded guilty to assault charges last week in Hardin Circuit Court.
Jordan Myer Dale, 32, pleaded guilty to third-degree assault, fourth-degree assault and resisting arrest Tuesday.
An Elizabethtown mother has pleaded guilty to endangering the life of her two children while driving under the influence.
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