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Save-Rite Drugs Burglary


8/20/14---Local law enforcement is asking for the public’s help in solving a recent burglary.
According to Deputy Billy Richardson, with the Breckinridge County Sheriff’s Department, thieves struck a local pharmacy in the early morning hours of Sunday. 
Richardson said someone smashed their way through the front doors of Save-Rite Drugs in Irvington before 1:00am on August

Cloverport Independent Schools Local Planning Committee meets


8/19/2014—The Cloverport Independent Schools Local Planning Committee approved the new District Facilities Plan during their meeting Tuesday evening.  Tim Lucas, a consultant with P-12 Educational Planning, Lexington, KY., conducted the meeting.  Jeannie Cannon, an architect with RBS Design, presented the preliminary architectural drawings.
 
The plan will renovate the

New Breckinridge Health Operations Chief Speaks to Chamber


(08/19/2014)- New Breckinridge Health Chief Operations Officer Angel Portman spoke to the Breckinridge County Chamber of Commerce monthly breakfast meeting Tuesday (08/19) at the Rough River State Resort Park Lodge. Portman took over the role in late July.

Portman said the hospital is doing well, despite lower patient volumes in 2013, thanks a rebound in the numbers to date this year. She...

 

Two Vehicle Accident


8/19/14---Two teens received minor injuries in an accident on U.S. Highway 60, near Cloverport, Monday afternoon.
 
According to Deputy Ernie Fox, with the Breckinridge County Sheriff's Department, the accident occurred about 4:15 Monday afternoon, when a 2006 Chevy S.U.V., driven by 17-year-old Jeremy Lucas of Hardinsburg, pulled out from Corner Lane, into the path of a westbound,

Cloverport City Council


8/18/2014—Mayor Susan Hendricks gave an update on the Parks and Recreation Department at the regular meeting of the Cloverport City Council Monday evening.  Hendricks said officers of the Parks and Recreation Committee were elected at a recent meeting.  They are: Chairman: Andrea Matthews; Vice-Chairman; Nathan Moore; Secretary: Jennifer Ammons; and Treasurer: Shelby

High Speed Pursuit


8/18/14---A Cloverport man faces charges stemming from a high speed pursuit that began on U.S. Highway 60 Thursday.
According to Hardinsburg Patrolman Justin Magness, the pursuit began at about 5:30 Thursday afternoon near the intersection of Highway 60 and 992.  The 100 mile per hour pursuit went eastbound on 60 to Harned, where it turned onto Ephesus Church Road. The pursuit terminated

Guthrie Hosts Town Hall Meeting


(08/14/14)- Second District Congressman Brett Guthrie hosted a town hall meeting in Hardinsburg Wednesday (08/13) night, fielding questions ranging from EPA regulation on coal and waterways to immigration and Obamacare.Guthrie told WXBC's Lee Bramlett following the meeting that any attempt to make corrections in the Affordable Care Act would be dependent on Republicans gaining control of...
 
Picture of Ferguson officer in Michael Brown shooting emerges
Darren Wilson, 28, a six-year police veteran, has been in hiding since the shooting of Michael Brown
Tony Stewart skipping a third race after driver's death
NASCAR champion has been in seclusion since his car struck and killed 20-year-old Kevin Ward Jr. during sprint car race
ISIS releases video of U.S. journalist's execution
A video posted online shows Islamic militants executing American journalist James Foley in retaliation for U.S. airstrikes in Iraq. The U.S. intelligence community has reviewed the video and says it is authentic. Craig Boswell reports.
Navy kicks out 34 for nuke cheating
10 others are under criminal investigation as Navy reveals scandal involved more personnel and went on much longer than previously believed
Grand jury set to hear evidence amid unrest in Ferguson
A grand jury was expected to convene in Clayton, Mo. Wednesday to begin hearing evidence to determine whether Officer Darren Wilson should be charged in the shooting death of Michael Brown. About two dozen protesters held signs urging prosecutor Bob McCulloch – who has deep family connections to police - to step aside. CBS News' Susan McGinnis reports.
Holder arrives in Ferguson as protesters demand new prosecutor
Attorney general tells college students "change is coming" ahead of briefings from officials investigating death of Michael Brown
Los Alamos worker imprisoned for selling nuke secrets
71-year-old physicist given a year in prison for lying to FBI and passing classified data to a likely Venezuelan official
Supreme Court puts hold on same-sex marriage in Virginia
Court grants request from county clerk in northern Virginia to block same-sex marriages across state while issue is being appealed
James Foley's parents remember him as fearless journalist
At a news conference Wednesday, James Foley's parents said they are proud of their son. Diane Foley called her son courageous and a fearless journalist.
U.S. military mulling more troops to Iraq, officials say
Pentagon weighs sending additional U.S. troops to Baghdad even as insurgents threaten to kill a second American captive
Little League World Series coach's inspiring speech goes viral
David Belisle says speech to crying players on his Cumberland team was spontaneous and from the heart
James Foley's parents: "He was courageous to the end"
Parents of journalist slain by ISIS militants say their son died a hero for revealing stories of oppressed people in war-torn lands
Michigan dog hired to comfort victims while on witness stand
The latest hire inside the Calhoun County Prosecutor's office has four legs. Holli, an 18-month-old yellow labrador, has been trained as part of the Victims Advocate Unit to comfort witnesses while they testify in a courtroom. WWMT's Julia Fello reports.
Floods lead to dramatic rescues in Phoenix area
Rescuers across the state rushed to save people trapped in cars and homes
Oklahoma gun range mixes bullets and booze
Wilshire Gun Range in Oklahoma was recently granted a liquor license by the city and is almost ready to open its doors. KWTV's Lacie Lowry gets the first tour.
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