Breckinridge County Grand Jury


3/4/2015—The Breckinridge County Grand Jury met Monday and returned five indictments.
 
Shawn D. Prewitt, 32, Louisville; was indicted on charges of theft by unlawful taking/disposition of property(firearm); theft by unlawful taking/disposition of property valued under $500; 3rd degree burglary; and 3rd degree criminal mischief.  The charges stem from an alleged burglary of

Breckinridge Circuit Court-Division 1


3/4/2015—Division 1 of Breckinridge Circuit Court with Judge Bruce Butler met Wednesday.
 
Michael D. Miller, 35, pleaded not guilty to a charge of flagrant non-support.  A pre-trial conference was set for April 1.
 
Mark A. Sharp, II, 33, pleaded guilty to an amended charge of non-support.  Sharp was sentenced to twelve months in prison, probated for two

Breckinridge Circuit Court-Division 2


3/4/2015—Division 2 of Breckinridge Circuit Court with Judge Robert A. Miller met Wednesday.
 
Paul J. Phelps, 59, pleaded not guilty to two counts of 1st degree rape, (victim under the age of 12); and three counts of 1st degree sexual abuse, (victim under the age of 12).  A pre-trial conference was set for April 1.
 
Valeria Hernandez, 30, will have a jury trial November

Lewisport Man Arrested on Child Sex Abuse Charges


3/04/15---According to the Kentucky State Police, a 31 year-old Lewisport man has been arrested on Child sex abuse charges.
KSP reports that on February 23rd, a female victim, under the age of 12, reported that she had been sexually abused by a family aquaintance, 31-year-old Nathan Russelburg of Lewisport.

Hudson Woman Charge with Assault


3/04/15---A Hudson woman has been charged with assault, following an early morning domestic violence call.
According to Breckinridge County Sheriff Todd Pate, he and Deputy Ernie Fox were dispatched to a residence on Centerview-Rough River Road, in Hudson, at about 4:00 Tuesday (3/07) morning for a domestic situation, involving a knife.
While in route to the original call, Breckinridge County

Another Winter Storm Poised To Strike Wednesday


A major winter storm will create extremely hazardous weather and travel conditions Wednesday afternoon through Thursday noon. Periods of heavy rain overnight tonight and Wednesday morning will change to sleet then snow from north to south over south-central Indiana and central Kentucky Rain should change to snow over southern Indiana in mid-late morning Wednesday, early-mid afternoon in...
 

3rd Region Basketball Tournament: Boys Postponed, Lady Tigers Fall to Muhlenburg


(03/04/15)- Opening round games of the boys third region tournament for tonight (including the Breckinridge County-Owensboro game) and games tomorrow (03/05) have been postponed due to the pending winter storm. According to BCHS Athletic Director Walt Hildenbrandt, if the girls semifinals are played Friday (03/06), boys games will be played Saturday (03/07). If the girls semis are postponed...
 

Irvington City Council


3/2/2015—The Irvington City Council accepted the audit for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2014, at their regular meeting Monday evening.  The audit was presented by Gilbert Brown, of Bardstown, KY.  Brown said it was a “clean” audit, and the city had total net assets of $1,857,824.33.   Brown said that both revenue and expenses were down from the

Third Region Tournament Schedule Set


(02/28/15) - The third region tournament line-ups are set for next week after a draw Saturday morning (02/28).  The week will begin on Monday (03/02) with Girls Basketball action in the Owensboro Sports Center with Meade County vs. McLean County, 5 P.M. in the first game followed by Owensboro Catholic vs. Edmonson County in the second game at 6:45 P.M. On Tuesday (03/03), Breckinridge
Middle school teacher caught on tape giving profanity-filled lecture
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​California man charged with trying to join ISIS
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Eric Holder’s legacy tied to fight for civil rights
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Congressional committee subpoenas Hillary Clinton emails
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Ferguson police employee fired for racially charged e-mails
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Lawmakers want answers after "60 Minutes" report on Lumber Liquidators
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U.S. Ambassador to South Korea attacked during speech
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Dallas 6th grader records teacher's profanity-laced lecture
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Iraq wants Saddam Hussein’s hometown back
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Supreme Court hear arguments over Obamacare funding
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​Celebrating 100 years of Frank Sinatra
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Parents reunite with their daughter, 17 years later
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