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2 arrested on dealing charges in Tell City after large amount of drugs found at hotel

Two people were arrested on drug dealing charges in Tell City, Indiana, after police say a large amount of drugs was found in their room at a local hotel. The Tell City Police Department says 40-year-old Anthony Spencer of Corydon and 23-year-old Lillian Johnson of Bloomington were arrested on charges of dealing meth, dealing marijuana, dealing in a controlled substance, possession of a narcotic, and maintaining a common nuisance.
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BREAKING NEWS: Plane crashes at Ohio Co. Airport

A plane has crashed at the Ohio County Airport in Hartford. The Hartford Fire Department, Ohio County Sheriff’s Office, Ohio Co. Emergency Management, and Ohio Co. EMS responded to the crash at approximately 2:30 Friday afternoon. According to a person familiar with the crash, a single-engine biplane had just...
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Man arrested in Morgantown for assault, victim in critical condition

MORGANTOWN, Ky. (WBKO) - A man in Morgantown was arrested Thursday and charged with assault and could face increased penalties. On Thursday, Morgantown Police were called to Valhalla Villiage Trailer Park where they located a victim who had been attacked and was unconscious. Following an investigation, police arrested Joseph Kirby...
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Morgantown Man Charged With Assault

A man was arrested in Morgantown Thursday and charged with assault and could face increased penalties. On Thursday, Morgantown Police were called to Valhalla Village Trailer Park where they located a victim who had been attacked and was unconscious. Following an investigation, police arrested Joseph Kirby and charged him with...
MORGANTOWN, KY

Aluminum plant halts production, lays off 600 Kentucky workers

A large aluminum plant in Kentucky is temporarily halting production and laying off more than 600 workers due to rising energy costs. Century Aluminum has announced plans to shut down its Hawesville smelter for 9 to 12 months starting in August. The plant, with about 628 workers, is the second-largest employer in Hancock County, the Owensboro Messenger-Inquirer reported.
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Kentucky aluminum plant cuts off production, lays off 600 workers due to high energy costs

A large aluminum plant in Kentucky is temporarily halting production and laying off more than 600 workers due to rising energy costs. Century Aluminum has announced plans to shut down its Hawesville smelter for nine to 12 months starting in August. The plant, with about 628 workers, is the second-largest employer in Hancock County, the Owensboro Messenger-Inquirer reported.
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Hughes & Coleman Hometown Hero: Todd Meredith

BUTLER CO., Ky. (WBKO) - This week’s Hometown Hero is brought to you by Hughes & Coleman Injury Lawyers. Todd Meredith has lived and loved Morgantown for as long as he’s lived. Nowadays, he just tries to help his community in any way he can. “He is a...
MORGANTOWN, KY
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Witness follows hit-and-run driver into Breck Co., Leitchifeld man arrested

A Leitchfield man has been arrested after leaving the scene of an accident. Wednesday afternoon at approximately 4:00, Leitchfield Police Officer Missy Skaggs and EMS responded to the accident at the intersection of Elizabethtown Road and the William Thomason Byway. As Skaggs was en route, it was reported by Central Dispatch that one of the drivers left the scene.
LEITCHFIELD, KY
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LPD officer spots Leitchfield man wanted for felony strangulation, burglary at convenience store

A Leitchfield felon wanted for felony strangulation, first-degree burglary and assault has been arrested by Leitchfield police after being spotted at a convenience store. Thursday morning at approximately 1:10, Leitchfield Police Officer Eugene Cain was on regular patrol when he observed 39-year-old Shawn D. Clark at FiveStar Food Mart, at 308 South Main Street.
LEITCHFIELD, KY
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Truck bursts into flames in Hawesville

HAWESVILLE, Ky. (WFIE) - Crews were called to a truck fire Thursday in Hawesville. It broke out around 11:45 a.m. in front of an auto parts business on Hawes Blvd. We had a crew in the area who noticed the black smoke. They were there as firefighters put out the flames.
HAWESVILLE, KY
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Hawesville mayor expresses concern after Century Aluminum plant shutdown

HAWESVILLE, Ky. (WFIE) - After the Century Aluminum facility in Hawesville announced it will be temporarily shutting down and laying off over 600 employees, Hawesville Mayor Charles King was worried for his community and the people this will affect. [Century Aluminum stopping operations in Hawesville for 9 to 12 months]
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Beaver Dam Business Used As Front For Trafficking

At least four people were arrested after drug enforcement officers served a search warrant on a Beaver Dam Business. The Ohio County Sheriff’s Office and the Pennyrile Narcotics Task Force served the warrant Tuesday on S and S Cycles. Four men were inside the shop, along with guns, and...
BEAVER DAM, KY
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Injured bicyclist returns to thank PCMH staff

PERRYVILLE – Our CEO, Chris Wibbenmeyer received a very heartwarming thank you letter from a patient recently. On May 20th, our staff helped Bill Kitterman of Leitchfield, Kent. after he had an unfortunate bike accident. Not only did these individuals on our team live by the PCHS motto, “People...
PERRYVILLE, MO
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Fatal Single Vehicle Crash

A single vehicle fatality accident closed U.S. Highway 60 for almost 2 hours Thursday(06/23). Emergency units were dispatched just before noon to the 5000 block of Highway 60, between Raymond Butler & Butler-Hobbs Roads. A 2018 Ford Taurus, driven by 38-year-old Joshua Blake of Irvington was traveling eastbound on highway 60, when, according to witnesses, the vehicle went off the right shoulder of the road, then turned left, crossing the roadway, going through a fence twice before striking a tree head-on. A small fire broke out, which was extinguished by good Samaritans with a garden hose prior to fire units arriving. Blake was pronounced dead at the scene by the Breckinridge County Coroner. The Breckinridge County Sheriff’s Department, Irvington Police, Harned and Hardinsburg Fire Departments and Breck Central EMS responded to the scene. Traffic was shutdown in both directions on Highway 60 while officers investigated the crash and the scene was cleared. The road was reopened just before 2:00pm. The crash remains under investigation.
IRVINGTON, KY
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