Local News

  • Arrest, hearing announced for child porn case

     FRANKFORT – Attorney General Jack Conway and his Cybercrimes Unit today announced the arrest of a Casey County man on multiple counts of possessing child pornography. Brian K. Evans, 43, was arrested on June 3 by Attorney General Conway’s Cybercrime investigators, after a search warrant was executed at his residence in Liberty, Ky. Evans is scheduled for a preliminary hearing today, June 11 at 10 a.m. in Casey District Court.

  • Louisville man arrested for using computer to contact minors

     FRANKFORT – Attorney General Jack Conway and his Cybercrimes Unit today announce the arrest of a Jefferson County man on one count of using a computer to contact a minor and possession of controlled substance.

    Douglas T. Powell, 62, was arrested on May 29 by Attorney General Conway’s Cybercrime investigators along with officers from the Jefferstown Police Department. After Powell’s arrest, investigators searched his residence in Louisville, Ky.

  • County Fair opens on Monday

      CLERMONT -  Turning 40 doesn’t mean you’re too old to still have good old fashioned fun.

    Jimmy Anderson, president of the Bullitt County Fair Board, believes that. 

    He’ll help oversee the 40th annual Bullitt County Fair, scheduled for June 15-20 at the Bullitt County Fairgrounds.

    Anderson said a core group of board members and volunteers have worked together many years to maintain family fun through new events intertwined with the historical features that make people recognize the county fair.

  • Hillview City Fair to have plenty of events

     HILLVIEW - School is out, the weather is getting hotter, the days are getting longer, and the Hillview Government Center parking spaces are limited.

    It’s a sure sign that it’s time for the annual Hillview City Fair presented by the Zoneton Trowel Club. This year’s event will take June 11-13.

    Fair coordinator Harlen Compton said the event was beginning to streamline after six years, with minimal changes from the previous year. The most noticeable change will be the live music.

  • Fox Chase officials hit streets for resident comments

    FOX CHASE - With the city council members fighting over a new ordinance proposal, Fox Chase mayor Owen Taylor is taking the fight to the streets.

    Taylor provided each council member with several copies of the proposal, assigning each member various streets to walk, sharing the copies with city residents.

  • Warehouses in Bullitt part of Four Roses expansion

    LAWRENCEBURG – Kentucky’s bourbon industry continues to reach new heights. Lt. Gov. Crit Luallen joined company officials and local leaders to break ground on a significant expansion at the Four Roses Distillery in Lawrenceburg on Thursday.

    More importantly to local residents is that the company also announced a second expansion of its warehouse facilities in Bullitt County.

  • Resurfacing work on Knob Creek Road planned

    BROOKS – The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) advises motorists that paving is scheduled to begin this week on KY 1526 (Knob Creek Road) in Bullitt County.  Contract crews will be resurfacing a section of the roadway between KY 44 and KY 2672 (mile points 0.0 to 4.9).


    During paving operations, the roadway will be reduced to one lane and traffic will be flagged through the work zone.  Motorists should expect delays and allow extra time to reach their destination.


  • ROADSHOW for the week beginning June 8, 2015

    Inclement weather or other unforeseen circumstances may occur, so the information below is strictly of an advisory nature and is subject to change with no notice.

  • New hires, pay raises possible for Shepherdsville

    SHEPHERDSVILLE -- Whether anyone likes or dislikes the 2015-16 budget for the city of Shepherdsville is yet to be seen.
        However, no one can deny that councilmembers and department supervisors have spent an enormous amount of time putting the financial plan for next year together.
        The public will get an opportunity to see the proposed budget at the regular city council meeting, set for 6:30 p.m. on Monday, June 8.

  • PSC to consider sewer surcharge

    HUNTERS HOLLOW -- Customers of the Bullitt Utilities sewage system will no longer have to worry about where their waste products are going.
        But, they now have to worry about a possible surcharge on their monthly sewer bills.
        As of late May, the 700-plus customers of the Bullitt Utilities system are no longer having their waste treated by a pair of temporary treatment facilities.
        The facilities have been used to treat the waste since the plant off East Blue Lick Road failed in March 2014.