Breckinridge Fiscal Court


12/22/14—Breckinridge Fiscal Court went into executive session to discuss personnel at their regular meeting Monday night.  After approximately thirty minutes behind closed doors, magistrates re-adjourned in open session and approved a motion to suspend Road Department employee Charles S. Drane, without pay, pending further investigation.
 
In other business, magistrates

Portman Named Breckinridge Health CEO


(12/22/14)- Breckinridge Health has a new CEO: Angel Portman was recently selected by the Board of Trustees to take over the post effective the first of 2015. Portman has been with the facility for the past five years: four as Chief Nursing Officer and the past year as Chief Operating Officer. Board Chair Paul Edd Butler said during a press conference Monday (12/22) that Portman's experience...
 

Custer Man Dead After Meade County Wreck


12/20/14 - A Custer man is dead after a single vehicle accident in Meade County. According to the Meade County Sheriff’s Department, the accident happened around 3:30 pm EST Thursday in the 2200 block of Saint Martin’s Road. A white older model Dodge pickup driven by 20 year-old Aaron Stewart was traveling east and went off of the right side of the roadway and struck a tree.

Two Separate Injury Accidents


12/19/14---According to Assistant Chief Terry Laslie with the Hardinsburg Police Department, a 2-vehicle accident sent 3 people to Breckinridge Memorial Hospital yesterday, shortly before 5:00pm.
 
69-year old Sally Hinton of Hardinsburg was turning from the eastbound lane of Highway 60, onto Old Highway 60 in an 2000 Chevy.  She stated that she thought a westbound 2003 Cadillac,

Cloverport Board of Education


12/18/2014—The Cloverport Board of Education approved design development drawings for the proposed building project at a Special Called Meeting Thursday evening.  They also approved sending preliminary paperwork on the project to the Kentucky State Department of Education.  The paperwork outlines energy efficiency, HVAC, and lighting.  The estimated cost of the project is

Lake Levels To Drop Below Winter Pool


12/16/14 -The level of Rough River Lake is expected to be drawn down an additional foot below winter pool, according to the US Army Corps Of Engineers. The drop in water level will allow for an inspection of the water control tower and to make repairs at North Fork Boat Ramp. The winter pool is expected to be at 469 feet by Wednesday and will be at the lower level for about seven days.
CBSN celebrates Vlad’s birthday
CBSN anchor Vladimir Duthiers gets a special birthday surprise.
How Obama’s vacation days stack up
President Obama took his annual vacation to Hawaii despite critics who cited the North Korea hack and police protests. Compared to past presidents, Obama has taken relatively few vacation days while in office. George W. Bush took a whopping 405 days at this point in his second term and Clinton took 174 days total during his presidency. Chip Reid reports on Obama’s Hawaiian Christmas and reveals how many vacation days our current president has taken to date.
Airline employee charged in weapons smuggle
Officials say a former Delta employee conspired with a baggage handler to get firearms past security
Investors burned by Madoff scheme could see more money returned
A trustee responsible for seeking funds for victims of the Ponzi scheme is asking a court for permission to distribute some of the money
12/22: NYC mayor asks for pause in anti-police protests ; A new beginning for troubled teens
NYC Mayor Bill De Blasio visited the families of the two NYPD officers who were killed over the weekend. De Blasio later asked for a pause in anti-police protests until after the funerals for the slain officers. Don Dahler reports on the criticism De Blasio is facing from some members of the force. ;For six months, CBS News has followed a group of high school dropouts who received a second chance through a boot camp run by the National Guard. Michelle Miller meets up with them for the final time as they graduate from the academy and start their new lives.
New York mayor accuses media of fueling conflict
New York Mayor Bill De Blasio called on reporters to stop focusing on conflict between just a few protesters and police rather than on the largely peaceful demonstrations by tens of thousands of anti-violence protesters over past weeks.
A new beginning for troubled teens
For six months, CBS News has followed a group of high school dropouts who received a second chance through a boot camp run by the National Guard. Michelle Miller meets up with them for the final time as they graduate from the academy and start their new lives.
NYC mayor asks for pause in anti-police protests
NYC Mayor Bill De Blasio visited the families of the two NYPD officers who were killed over the weekend. De Blasio later asked for a pause in anti-police protests until after the funerals for the slain officers. Don Dahler reports on the criticism De Blasio is facing from some members of the force.
Sloppy weather on tap for Christmas travel
While a winter storm won't bring lots of snow, it'll still be enough to disrupt travel plans. Eric Fisher, the chief meteorologist at our CBS station in Boston, is tracking the storm.
Christmas shoppers make retail history
The sales for the last weekend before Christmas broke retail records. But will brisk sales be enough to break the overall sluggish trend for the season? Anna Warner reports from Dallas.
NYC cop killer had long history with police
Ismaaiyl Brinsley, the man who killed 2 NYPD officers, was no stranger to law enforcement. Jericka Duncan reports that Brinsley has had multiple infractions with the law that go back over a decade.
NYPD commissioner answers critics of mayor
NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton chalked up much of the criticism against Mayor Bill de Blasio as "politics." Bratton talked to James Brown about his plans to address some of the divisive issues between city hall, the police union and the community.
NYPD shooter had criminal past, struggles with mental illness
Long before the violent acts committed by Ismaaiyl Brinsley took place, there was a history of troubles that led to the murders of two New York police officers
Surveillance video shows cop killer on day of murders
A surveillance video from the Atlantic Mall in Brooklyn shows Ismaaiyl Brinsley on Dec. 20, a few hours before he gunned down two NYPD officers. Police believe the plastic bag in his hand contained the gun he used.
NYPD commissioner defends NYC Mayor Bill De Blasio
Bill Bratton addresses the anger from members of his force following the murder of two officers
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