9/2/2014—The Irvington City Council approved a motion by Mayor Inez Board to name John McNally as Chief of the Irvington Police Department, at their regular meeting Monday evening. McNally has 24 years of experience in police work, most recently with the City of Hardinsburg Police Department. In a related matter, the Council approved a motion to purchase one repeater, and accept
08/28/14 - Bank officials with the Farmer's Bank in Hardinsburg and Irvington are warning customers about a security breach that has possibly affected their customers. Bank personnel have been in contact with a company representative with the Hardinsburg and Brandenburg Dairy Queen stores. The stores's IT department is aware of the problem and is working diligently to make
8/28/14---A Hardinsburg man is in custody following an unusual incident that occurred around 11:45 this (Wednesday) morning.
According to Hardinsburg Police Chief Mike Robinson, he and Third District Constable Frank Adkins were waiting for a funeral detail at Third and Hardin streets, when an intoxicated man approached them and reported a double homicide. Robinson called for police and
(08/23/2014)- The Breckinridge County High School Fighting Tiger football fell in their season opener to Meade County Friday (08/22) by the score of 41-0. The Greenwaves scored on all six of their first half possessions to pull away to the victory. The game was delayed by 90 minutes due to storms that moved through the area. The Tigers are back in action next Friday (08/29) at home against...
Flocks of egrets menacing Houston neighborhood
A neighborhood in Houston, Texas has gone to the birds. A massive influx of egrets has homeowners in an uproar due to their loud calls and foul-smelling waste, which has caused pools and playgrounds to close. KHOU-TV's Drew Karedes reports.
Inmates train dogs for disabled kids
After a sledding accident killed 17-year-old Susie Mettler, her family set out on a mission to keep Susie's memory alive through her love of animals. WOIO's Blake Chenault reports on a puppy bearing her name trained by prison inmates to help children with disabilities.
Twister touches down in Massachusetts
The National Weather Service confirmed a tornado touched down briefly in Worcester, Massachusetts last night with winds at about 85 miles per hour. Forecasters said it was an EF0, the lowest rating on the tornado scale.
Joe Biden praises unions at Labor Day celebration
Vice President Joe Biden spoke before the start of the Detroit, Michigan parade alongside state and national labor leaders. He emphasized the correlation between the strength of unions and that of the middle class.