A missing Bigfoot statue made its return home around 6:15 Tuesday night.
Rita Day, who reported her three-foot tall concrete Bigfoot statue missing following a big snow event in February, said a man dropped the statue off at their home Tuesday. The chestnut brown-stained statue is valued between $75-100.
An Afghanistan veteran who was shot and killed by police Sunday after firing a gun at the Kroger on Towne Drive was likely having trouble adjusting to civilian life, according to a former battle buddy.
An Elizabethtown mother and daughter were arrested Wednesday night and charged with felony theft after concealing more than $600 worth of merchandise from Kohl’s in two purses, according to their arrest citations.
A Hodgenville woman has filed a civil suit against city officials, alleging they caused her “great humiliation, embarrassment, mental anguish, mental and emotional pain and suffering, and damage to her reputation and character.”
Radcliff will host a clean-up event from 9 a.m. to noon April 11. The city would like to invite all civic, church, youth or Sunday school groups, business association members or any residents who would like to join to rid Radcliff of unwanted debris.