Alton, IN

BOLO: Stolen vehicle & two possible suspects

At 1:54PM on 06/28/2022 the Meade County Sheriff's Department released the following BOLO to the public:. On Saturday, 25 June 2022, Deputies were called to a theft of a vehicle at Dodge's Convenience Store in Muldraugh. The persons of interest entered the store and purchased multiple items prior to leaving. Upon exiting the business, the persons of interest observed a vehicle running in the parking lot and subsequently stole the vehicle traveling north on Dixie Highway towards Louisville, KY. The suspects stole a 2005 Ford F-250 FX4 4 Door White in color with a tan strip on the bottom bearing Kentucky License Plate 012YKF. Two stickers are on the rear window of the truck one is a "2nd Amendment" Sticker, and the other is a subdued target reading Group Therapy.
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Dry weather holds firm as heat builds once again

INDIANAPOLIS – This morning was our coolest in three weeks across Central Indiana with low temperatures reaching 56° downtown. However, this was one of the mildest readings across the area with a few locations dipping into the mid 40s! We can thank high pressure directly overhead and dry air for this cool morning. While dry air will stick around for a few more days, the cooler weather will not…
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Major Aluminum Manufacturer Shuts Down

The Century Aluminum plant in Hawesville, Kentucky, is shutting down production due to rising energy costs. In a statement, the company says the plant idling is the "direct result of skyrocketing energy costs," specifically blaming the Russian war in Ukraine for the dramatic increase. The production stoppage will impact some...

Century Aluminum shut down creates economic impact in Hancock Co.

HAWESVILLE, Ky. (WFIE) - The idling process began Monday, June 27, for the Century Aluminum facility in Hawesville. This closure isn’t just hurting the employees losing their jobs, but Mike Baker, Director of Economic Development for the Industrial Foundation, says Hancock County is losing an important piece of their revenue.

The Georgetown Bakery’s new location is only the first step

Your periodically diligent digital editor is a Georgetonian, born and bred. I speak neither of the garden variety Georgetowns to be found in Queensland, India, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Alberta, Malaysia or Guyana, nor of the Georgetowns situated in 33 other American states apart from Indiana, where there are five of them.

American Meteor Society confirms fireball over central Indiana

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — A bright burst of light spotted over central Indiana early Wednesday morning was a meteor, the American Meteor Society has confirmed to News 8. Skywatchers from Indiana, Illinois, Kentucky, and Ohio reported seeing the meteor at around 2:20 a.m., according to data from the meteor society’s website.

USDA hiring food inspectors around Louisville area during job fair

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) wants to hire workers around Louisville and southern Indiana. The USDA Food and Safety Inspection Service is hiring food inspectors. There's a job fair at Southern Indiana Works on State Street in New Albany on Tuesday from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Owners of Georgetown, Indiana bakery planning to open more restaurants

GEORGETOWN, Ind. (WDRB) -- A Southern Indiana bakery is paving the way for growth — and the result would be icing on the cake for the small town and its future. The Georgetown Bakery opened its doors at its new location less than two weeks ago on Copperfield Drive. Owners Wade Simon and Nik Hiner are farmers who purchased the bakery from its original location just down the road and moved it into a larger location in a shopping plaza.

Tell City Police arrest two staying at local hotel

EVANSVILLE, Ind., (WEHT) — A drug investigation led to a drug bust in Tell City, Indiana. Anthony D. Spencer, age 40, of Corydon, Indiana, and Lillian M. Johnson, age 24, of Bloomington, Indiana were arrested Tuesday on multiple drug charges. Law agencies say they searched a local hotel room that Lillian Johnson and Anthony Spencer […]
EKU Sports

Will Brian Earns Third All-America Selection

RICHMOND, Ky. – — EKU closerWill Brian earned his third All-America honor when he was recently selected to the American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA)/Rawlings NCAA Division I All-America Third Team. The Brandenburg, Kentucky native was one of only five relief pitchers to be chosen to the three ABCA...

4th of July: Where to see fireworks in Central Indiana, including Hamilton, Boone counties

The Fourth of July is coming up quickly and Central Indiana will have no shortage of festivals, celebrations and cookouts celebrating Independence Day. However, as festivities wind down into the evening and the sun begins to set, the sky above Indianapolis is sure to become aglow with crackling fireworks. IndyStar has put together a list of just some of the events and locations to catch a fireworks show this year. ...

Two Injured In Monday Morning Accident Near Webster

WEBSTER (06/27/22) – A two-vehicle accident north of Webster Monday morning sent two people to hospitals for treatment. According to the Breckinridge County Sheriff’s Department, two trucks side-swiped each along Kentucky Highway 261 about a mile north of the Post Office around 11:15 Monday morning, one of the vehicles going off the road and striking a utility pole. The driver of that vehicle was airlifted to Louisville, while the driver of the truck was taken to Breckinridge Memorial for treatment. The wreck resulted in downed utility lines, with approximately 180 Meade County RECC customers in the area losing power for a time. The accident remains under investigation.

Patriotic 4th of July Photos from New Drone and Fireworks Show in Santa Claus, Indiana

Everyone is gearing up for 4th of July Weekend. For most people that means going to a big fireworks show somewhere to celebrate Independence Day. Some fireworks shows, like the City of Whitesville's and the big show at Owensboro Christian Church, have already come and gone. Others, like the City of Owensboro's All-American 4th of July Celebration, will take place on the 4th.