Police looking for suspect in Radcliff murder

Police have identified the man murdered New Year’s Eve and are looking for a suspect.

  Fort Knox family spreading holiday cheer with massive light display

Families can tune their radios to 88.7 FM and drive by the on-post residence and watch the lights flicker on and off with the music.

  Thousands of food angels still await adoption

Each angel on the tree inside a Louisville-area Kroger represents a family, some with multiple children.

  Radcliff Army Veteran surprised with bathroom remodel on Veterans Day

A Radcliff veteran was surprised with a big remodeling project at his home.

  Belated honors given to 65 veterans who passed during the pandemic

The Fort Knox Casualty Assistance Center and staff of Kentucky Veterans Cemetery–Central came together to devise a plan to ensure veterans who recently passed r

  Etown man killed while helping others remembered for selfless, playful spirit

Michael Fizer is remembered as a loving family member.

  Home show to take place amid housing boom, high supply costs

Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, builders say not only have timber prices gone through the roof there has also been difficulty getting supplies.

  US Army’s V Corps reactivated at Fort Knox

A senior-level U.S. Army command with more than 100 years of history was reactivated at Fort Knox during a ceremony on Friday.

  Elizabethtown Eddie Van Halen fans remember late guitar legend

Carla and Kevin from Elizabethtown are big fans of Van Halen, the man who made rock and roll “Jump."

  Hardin County Schools return to in-person instruction

It's back to learning for two more school districts. Hardin County and Oldham County School students are hitting the books once again.

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  Funeral home accused of holding boy’s body ‘captive’

A 6-year-old boy who loved to play basketball, Malachi Fryer didn’t know anything about guns.

  Hardin County couple on house arrest after not signing positive COVID-19 self-isolation order

A Hardin County couple is now on house arrest after one of them tested positive for COVID-19 and decided not to sign documents agreeing to self-quarantine.

  Motorcyclist killed, officer injured while attempting to render aid in Elizabethtown

The motorcyclist was pronounced dead at the scene. His name has not been released.

  Elizabethtown 19-year-old killed in 4-vehicle crash remembered by former coach

According to a Hardin County school official, Ian Fogle graduated from Central Hardin High School in 2019.

  Sheriff: Homemade fireworks made inside home that exploded, killing 1, injuring 5 others

One person died and five others were injured in a house explosion in Elizabethtown.

  JT’s Way organization ‘lifting awareness’ about losing a child

This year, the Wigelsworth family launched JT’s Way, an organization aimed at helping families who may lose a child with funeral costs and information on what t

  Deadly daytime shooting rattles quiet Elizabethtown neighborhood

All three victims were shot in a car Wednesday afternoon.

  Details scarce as detectives investigate shooting that killed boy, 2, in Elizabethtown

Detectives in Elizabethtown are investigating a shooting that killed a 2-year-old boy.

  Elizabethtown 5-month-old waits for new heart during coronavirus pandemic

Beth Dugas knows so much is out of her control: her daughter’s health and a global pandemic.

  Dare to Care gets armed with National Guard help

The Kentucky National Guard has been deployed to food banks across the Commonwealth, including locations in Elizabethtown and Louisville.

  First-time parents in Hardin County arrive home to parade of loved ones

New parents Braden and Afton Proffitt are among many couples being cautioned to keep loved ones away from their new babies until the coronavirus crisis ends.

  Scammers prey on Kentuckians as coronavirus spreads

The Elizabethtown Police Department has posted on social media that some in their community are already seeing a couple different types of schemes.

  Fort Knox soldier nails ‘The Voice’ auditions, picks Nick Jonas as coach for his daughters

Sgt. First Class Sam Wilco said he isn't afraid to step out of his musical box.

  Pain continues for Radcliff family following January home invasion

A family continues to seek physical and emotional healing weeks after a violent home invasion in Hardin County.

  Nashville songwriter helps local veterans record 11-song album

The album was recorded by veterans at the Radcliff Veterans Center.

  Married, off-duty officers thwart armed robbery attempt during dinner date

Louisville Metro Police released video Tuesday of the moments after an armed man entered the Raising Cane’s restaurant on Bardstown Road and allegedly demanded

  Business owners, employees near Fort Knox excited for new Army HQs

Fort Knox is preparing for a major unit after Tuesday's announcement that the Army's Fifth Corps will bring a three-star general to the post.

  Man arrested in Elizabethtown accused of stealing van with kids inside

According to Elizabethtown police, the driver went inside a gas station and left an 11-year-old and a 5-year-old inside the vehicle.

  Fort Knox in the hunt to land a new Army command

The U.S. Army is looking for a home for its newly formed three-star command. It would bring hundreds of people and paychecks if Fort Knox is picked.

  West Point School to talk merger with Hardin County

West Point School has decades of history, but may soon be empty after their board voted to enter into discussions with Hardin County on a possible merger.

  West Point School to talk merger with Hardin County

West Point School has decades of history, but may soon be empty after their board voted to enter into discussions with Hardin County on a possible merger.

  Fire that destroyed historic chapel becomes test of faith

In a short window of time, years of love and hard work to restore a Hardin County chapel goes up in flames.

  KSP: Man shot by Radcliff officers was armed with knife

The shooting was reported at an apartment complex in the 100 block of Navaho Court early Thursday morning.

  New Ireland Army Health Clinic to open at Fort Knox

At the Fort Knox Army Post, there's going to be a brand new healthcare facility available for military members and their families.

  Police: Tinder date and home invasion possibly connected in Radcliff

The family said the woman Brenden met on Tinder ran out of the house during the altercation and they believed she left with the gunmen.

  Kentucky State Police move into new command post in Elizabethtown

Kentucky State Police have opened a new command post in Elizabethtown. It replaces the old one that was already across town in Hardin County.

  Radcliff store seeks Guinness World Record for 6,000-pound pocketknife

Not only does Radcliff lay claim to the Kentucky Museum of American Pocketknives, but it may also soon hold a new Guinness World Record.