A Tell City man was arrested early Thursday afternoon after a seven month investigation into allegations of crimes against children, specifically possessing child pornography. In July 2014, an investigation began on William A. Jordan, 64, Tell City, in which it was believed that he was sharing pornographic images of children through online websites from July through August, 2014,
An Ohio County man serving a life sentence at the Kentucky State Penitentiary in Eddyville was stabbed by another inmate Thursday morning. According to the Department of Corrections, it happened around 8am in a general population dorm. They say 58-year-old Herbert Eades was stabbed multiple times by 46-year-old Sean Noakes.
Groundbreaking is set for March 2 for a new entertainment plaza that will be built in downtown Madisonville. According to media partner 14News, city leaders and First United Bank officials made the announcement at a special meeting on Thursday. The plaza will be constructed at the site of the former municipal building on East Center Street.
Louisville businessman is taking another run at statewide office. Matt Bevin is seeking the Republican nomination for Governor. His running mate is Jenean Hampton of Bowling Green, who could be in line to become the first African-American Lieutenant Governor in Kentucky history. Bevin, who lost to Mitch McConnell in last year's US Senate primary, becomes the 4th GOP candidate.
A juvenile has been charged with several counts of assault after a disturbance Tuesday at Apollo High School. According to the Daviess County Sheriff's Department, the student walked out of a classroom without approval around 10am. He was confronted in the Commons Area by a teacher and School Resource Officer Deputy Paul Gatewood.