Author: Katrina Helmer

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The program helps provide free bus rides to safety for victims and reassures them to get help before it's too late. [Read More]
Utility work cannot start until Duke Energy crews return from the Carolinas from helping in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence. [Read More]
Hardin County students can now read thousands of free books with a simple click of a button. [Read More]
The Elizabethtown Police Department is adding a new dispatcher position to keep up with the increasing 911 call volume within city limits. [Read More]
More than 500 high-tech engineering jobs are coming to Bullitt County with the company New Flyer of America. [Read More]
The 81-bed nursing and rehabilitation facility in Campbellsville is getting kicked out of the Medicare program for failing to meet health and safety regulations. [Read More]
Louisville Metro Emergency Services leaders addressed the Louisville Metro Public Safety Committee Wednesday about concerns over a staffing shortage. [Read More]
Families in Campbellsville are worried, wondering what will happen to their loved ones in The Grandview, a nursing home that may not be running much longer. [Read More]
The 3,500-square-foot concrete park is being built within the existing green space at Breslin Park in the Irish Hill neighborhood. [Read More]
The woman spent several days at the hospital in critical condition on life support. [Read More]
Starting July 1, drivers cannot have colored headlights or taillights on their vehicles. [Read More]
The Commonwealth Preservation Trades program is searching for applicants for the next six-month course. [Read More]
The lawsuit claims former board president Mark Smith "misappropriated" donations. [Read More]
Louisville Metro Emergency Services is hiring 911 call takers and 911 dispatchers for the MetroSafe 911 call center. [Read More]
The countdown is on for the grand opening of a brand new drive-in movie theater in Oldham County. [Read More]
Crews with the Louisville Water Company will be busy during the summer to complete many repair and replacement projects. [Read More]
The International Association of Arson Investigators is offering a reward of up to $5,000 for information leading to the arrest of a suspected arsonist responsible... [Read More]
The Metro Council Budget Committee reviewed more budget proposals Monday. [Read More]
Indiana DNR conservation officers are already busy keeping drugs out of state parks and children safe in the water this season. [Read More]
The police are using social media to track down the man and woman. [Read More]
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