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  • Storm warnings issued

    A severe thunderstorm warning has been issued for Hardin, LaRue, Nelson and Hart counties as part of a severe storm front now passing through the region.

    The strongest storm issues now appear to be in area south and east of Elizabethtown, including Glendale and southern Hardin County, Bonnieville, Hodgenville and heading toward New Haven.

    This thunderstorm warning follows a tornado warning for Hardin, Meade, Bullitt and Jefferson County, which was issued shortly after 4 a.m. today. The tornado warning has expired but a watch area continues for the entire region.

  • I-65 south down to one lane for about 12 hours

    Kentucky Transportation Cabinet crews will have southbound traffic pushed down to one lane from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. between Horse Cave and Cave City (mile markers 54-56) for paving operations, weather permitting.

    Drivers are asked to use caution during this time.
     

  • Police continue search for missing Radcliff man

    More than five days have passed since anyone last saw Jeremy J. Lindsay, 23, and Radcliff police say they have received no new leads since releasing information Monday about his disappearance to the media.

    According to police, Lindsay was last seen around 4 p.m. Thursday leaving his Radcliff residence following an argument with his wife, who reported his absence to Radcliff Police Department. There has been no communication from Lindsay to family or friends, police say.

  • Father charged with murder in son’s death

    A Radcliff man accused of lying to police earlier this month about his 1-month-old son’s death pleaded not guilty Tuesday morning to upgraded charges of murder and abuse.

    Jarrod D. Davis, 23, was indicted Thursday into Hardin Circuit Court on charges of murder and first-degree criminal abuse.

  • Deadline looming for Heart Fair

    Residents interested in Saturday’s Heart Fair at Hardin Memorial Hospital need to pre-register for a lipid profile by end of business today. The profile, which includes total cholesterol, HDL, LDL, triglyceride and glucose checks, is free to the public.

    The fair is from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday inside the fifth-floor auditorium of the hospital. There is no cost.

  • Charges upgraded to murder in death of Radcliff man's son

    A Radcliff man pleaded not guilty this morning to upgraded charges of murder and first-degree criminal abuse in his 1-month-old son's death earlier this month.

    Jarrod D. Davis, 23, was indicted Thursday on the new charges. Radcliff police originally arrested the father Jan. 16 for second-degree manslaughter.

  • Preparing to 'Rock the Beat'
  • HMH to host heart fair

    Hardin Memorial Health is leading a charge this weekend to help residents become more informed and heart healthy in their lifestyle choices.

    HMH is hosting Heart Fair 2013 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday inside the fifth floor auditorium of Hardin Memorial Hospital, where residents can register for a free lipid profile.

    The lipid profile includes total cholesterol, HDL, LDL, triglyceride and glucose checks, a $75 value that is offered for free during the fair.

  • Storms coming this week

    A dramatic temperature shift this week is expected to drive unseasonably warm weather back to typical conditions for late January.

    The national weather service predicts today’s high temperature to reach the high 60s and Wednesday’s high to be in the low 60s before plummeting to the mid 20s Wednesday night.

  • Unemployment rates fall in 2012

    State unemployment figures show Hardin County rates declined dramatically during 2012.

    The county started the year with nearly double-digit unemployment at 9.7 percent, which equated to more than 4,700 unemployed, but closed December with an unemployment rate of 7.4 percent, or about 3,632 eligible workers.

    The statistics, compiled by the Kentucky Education and Workforce Development Cabinet’s Office of Employment and Training, track the state’s jobless rate, which trended downward at a slightly slower rate than the national average for 2012.