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Longtime emergency responder Kenny Garrett has been named as the new Emergency Management Director. [Read More]
Here's some advice to those planning a heist - don't leave your wallet behind. [Read More]
A man accused of burglarizing a golf course has now been charged with breaking into a shelter for animals awaiting their forever home. [Read More]
I've had several questions this past week on managing ponds, and it is getting to the time in the year where all of the weeds... [Read More]
Nearly a dozen governors are refusing to deploy their National Guard troops along the border and more than 20 state attorneys general have demanded an... [Read More]
Burning propane tankers and other derailed train cars seemed to pose little immediate environmental threat but officials were monitoring the situation. [Read More]
New Hope Animal Shelter has a pair of sisters needing adoption. [Read More]
City officials approved a contract with a California muralist, although two commissioners offered criticism of the concept design. [Read More]
William Dukes, Jr., a former sergeant with the Providence, Kentucky, Police Department, has been found guilty of willfully arresting a citizen without probable cause. [Read More]
The youngest player on this summer's Henderson Flash team, Matt Craven rolled into town one day after graduating from Louisville Butler High School. [Read More]
The Henderson Judicial Center will reopen for regular business hours 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tuesday. [Read More]
From the music to the weather, organizers of the 28th annual W.C. Handy Blues and Barbecue Festival said the event was hot. [Read More]
City police stopped a car on Second Street and charged a Henderson man with a variety of drug offenses. [Read More]
The Henderson Judicial Center will be closed Monday due to air conditioning issues. [Read More]
During World War I the Henderson City Council transformed otherwise upstanding Henderson men into vagrants. [Read More]
Mike Lawrence in his VW, 1978. Photo by Scott Robinson... [Read More]
Handy Festival in Henderson will has become a destination for tourists over the last 28 years. Saturday's festivities are an example of why it has. [Read More]
The report of a deer fawn being kept illegally led to drug charges against a man and his mother. [Read More]
The Highland Challenger League helped Maddie Barrett reconnect with a sport she loved before two life-threatening medical events nearly 10 years ago. [Read More]
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