Today's News


        MOUNT WASHINGTON—For the first time ever, a Bullitt County teacher has been named the top middle school teacher of the year.
        Eastside Middle’s Sarah Mills was presented with a check for $3,000 during a ceremony in Frankfort, sponsored by Valvoline.

  • Victim ‘hunts’ for suspect who took his customized hunting equipment

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - A local hunter is seeking justice after his personal hunting sanctuary has been burglarized.

    Roger “Pappy” Eisenback, who was born with cerebral palsy and uses a wheelchair, said a small shed-like building that he uses for hunting was broken into.

    According to Eisenback, he left the area on Friday, and discovered the burglary the following Monday.

  • Calloway County man charged with multiple child sex exploitation counts

     PADUCAH – A Calloway County, Kentucky, man was charged by grand jury in a 27 count indictment with inducing minor victims to engage in sexually explicit conduct, inducing minor victims to produce visual depictions of that conduct which were then transmitted over the internet, and with inducing a minor to engage in commercial sex acts announced United States Attorney John E. Kuhn, Jr.

  • KSP seeks public assistance with electronic crime investigation

     The following is a release from the Kentucky State Police Electronic Crime Branch, distributed on Oct. 20, 2016:

    On October 13, 2016, the Kentucky State Police Electronic Crime Branch arrested Stephen K. Goodlett, 36, on charges related to possession and distribution of matter portraying a sex performance by a minor.

    The Kentucky State Police Electronic Crime Branch is seeking the public’s assistance in this investigation.

  • U of L releases statement regarding NCAA allegations

     The University of Louisville has received a Notice of Allegations from the NCAA and a redacted copy of the document is attached.  The university is currently reviewing the allegations and will prepare a response, which will be provided to the NCAA within 90 days.  The university will continue to cooperate with the NCAA throughout the process.

  • Home invasion leads to arrest, others sought

      LEBANON JUNCTION -- One man is in custody and two others are being sought in what started as a home invasion and ended up with a deputy being struck by a semi-tractor trailer.

    Joseph Patrick Kean, 46, of Louisville, was arrested on Sunday morning after he was one of two individuals who went to a home on Lower Beech Grove Road around 10 a.m.

  • Woman who struck officer now facing indictment

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- An officer is still off duty and the woman who allegedly caused his injuries has now been indicted.

    Raira L. Litsey, 32, of Louisville, was recently indicted by the Bullitt County Grand Jury for events surrounding a July 3, 2016, incident in Shepherdsville.

    According to the indictment, Litsey was indicted for assault, two counts of wanton endangerment, fleeing police, failure to wear seatbelt, operating on a suspended license and being a persistent felony offender.

  • Former sheriff’s deputy sentenced to 27 months in federal prison

     LOUISVILLE - A former deputy with the Bullitt County, Kentucky, Sheriff’s Office was sentenced Monday to 27 months in federal prison and one year of supervised release, by United States District Judge David J. Hale, for willfully depriving a county resident of his constitutional rights, announced Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General Vanita Gupta, head of the Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division, and United States Attorney John E. Kuhn Jr. of the Western District of Kentucky.

  • KSP charges Louisville man with child Sex offenses

      LOUISVILLE  On October 19, 2016, at approximately 10:00 p.m., the Kentucky State Police Electronic Crime Branch arrested Mohammad Ronaghi, 37, on charges related to distribution and possession of matter portraying a sex performance by a minor.

  • City finances to be scrutinized

                    SHEPHERDSVILLE -- Larry Hatfield said some councilmembers didn’t worry about money when passing along salary increases.
        He didn’t understand why they would be worried about the cost of having a forensic audit done when there could be a lot of tax dollars involved.
        The Shepherdsville City Council ultimately approved Hatfield’s request to move forward with the forensic audit by a 4-2 count.