Today's News

  • Henderson Co. man sentenced for human trafficking

     OWENSBORO – A Henderson County, Kentucky, man was sentenced today in U.S. District Court by Chief Judge Joseph H. McKinley Jr., to ten years in prison after pleading guilty to human trafficking for recruiting two minors to engage in commercial sex acts, announced U.S. Attorney John E. Kuhn, Jr.

  • BBB Hot Topics: November 2015

     See the latest scams in BBB’s November 2015 Hot Topics


  • Governor announces auto supplier, jobs to Louisville

     FRANKFORT – Grupo Antolin, one of the largest global manufacturers of interior components for the automotive industry, will locate two facilities in Louisville, creating 200 jobs through a more than $13.7 million investment, Gov. Steve Beshear and Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer announced today.

  • Church employee charged with embezzlement worth $270,000

      BOWLING GREEN – United States Attorney John E. Kuhn, Jr. announced the recent charge by Information of an Allen County, Kentucky woman with three counts of wire fraud for embezzling more than $270,000 from her former employer, the Scottsville Baptist Church.

  • ROADSHOW for the week beginning November 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.


    Pothole patching, sweeping, drain & ditch cleaning, pavement marking, and maintenance crews may work on major interstates in the Louisville Metro area only during non-peak daytime hours and at night.  Motorists should watch for roadside maintenance and pavement marking crews on interstates and highways throughout the rest of the district on a daily basis.


  • First half is a disaster for BE in lopsided loss

     FAIRDALE – All high school football seasons come to an end.

    But few high school football seasons will come to as an abrupt end as the 2015 season did for the Bullitt East Chargers.

    Coach Darrell Vincent’s team had been up and down during the regular season, but they seemed to be in position to erase some of the bad memories as they prepared to take on Fairdale on Friday in the first-round of the Kentucky Class 5-A Football play-offs.


  • BE’s Duvall commits to UK

    MOUNT WASHINGTON – Bullitt East standout guard Lindsey Duvall, a junior, announced last week that she has committed to play at the University of Kentucky and head coach Matthew Mitchell.

    Just recently, Duvall had moved up to 10th in the country among players in the Class of 2017 by ESPNW and was given five stars by numerous recruiting services.

    Toward the end, Duvall had whittled her list of schools to five and had in-home visits this fall with Kentucky, Louisville, Michigan, Ohio State and Colorado.

  • Defense excels early but BC’s offense never rises

     FERN CREEK – Bullitt Central shut down Fern Creek’s number one option on Friday in the first round of the Kentucky Class 5-A Play-offs.

    Unfortunately, the Tigers’ second and third options were more than the Cougars could handle.

    Despite getting the best defensive performance of the season and only trailing 9-0 at halftime to one of the area’s most athletic teams, the Cougars could not muster enough offense to make a run in the second half as Fern Creek pulled away late for the 30-0 win.

  • Eagles ‘good’ in Doss win; looking for ‘great’

     HEBRON ESTATES -- Adam Billings believes he has a pretty good football team.

    But the first-year head coach wants his North Bullitt Eagles to be better. And he must convince the players that they want to be better.

    On Friday night, Billings and his Eagles will learn if they have moved to that next level as they advance to the second round of the post-season.

    The Eagles will play at Fern Creek after moving past the Doss Dragons 34-6 on Friday.

  • Could Shepherdsville go non-partisan?

    SHEPHERDSVILLE -- The city of Shepherdsville is an oddity. At least, when it comes to its elections.

    Of the eight municipalities in Bullitt County, Shepherdsville is the only one with a partisan election in the primary.

    Councilmember Bernie Brown isn’t sure that it might not be the time to change that.

    During a recent council meeting, Brown asked his fellow town board members to think about the possibility of going to a non-partisan election.

    He was also looking for input from the community.