Hardin Co. woman accused of cutting dog to use dog's pain medication
Elizabethtown Police say Heather Pereira, 23, cut her dog with razor blades, just so she could take the dog's pain medication.
Property taxes, library funding before Court of Appeals
ELIZABETHTOWN, Ky. (AP) ? Three state judges say they plan to rule in the next two months on a case that could lower property taxes for Kentucky homeowners while stripping more than half of the fundin
Hardin Co. distillery's first bottle of bourbon sells for record $25,500
Proceeds will benefit the charity of the winning bidder's choice: Helping Hand of Hope, a community service of the Elizabethtown Ministerial Association.
Woman allegedly cut dog in hopes of getting pain pills for herself
A woman is facing charges after police said she cut her dog with a razor to try and get prescription drugs for herself.
KSP investigating semi crash, fire in Hardin Co.
The vehicle on fire has a placard on it indicating a flammable cargo, but Kentucky State Police are not sure at this what the cargo is.
Emergency repairs on I-65 south delaying traffic
ELIZABETHTOWN, Ky. (AP) ? One lane of southbound Interstate 65 south of Elizabethtown has been closed for several hours while workers repair three damaged areas.
Court to decide between lower property taxes, library funds
ELIZABETHTOWN, Ky. (AP) ? Washington County's 11,800 people have one public library in a 4,000-square-foot building that, for many of them, is the only place they have to access the Internet.
Dunans sparks rout for the CSCC men
Columbia State men?s basketball coach Brian ?Penny? Collins said Saturday that Auburn signee T.J. Dunans was beginning to return to form.
Santa trades in sleigh in Hardin County
This weekend in Elizabethtown Santa traded in his sleigh for a more powerful and much louder ride: an M1A1 Abrams Battle Tank. "It's great, ain't it?" Brian Perkins laughed. "That's so Kentucky right there isn't it?"
Central Kentucky father sentenced in infant death
A judge has sentenced a central Kentucky man to nine years in prison in the death of his infant son.