KYTC crews prepare for winter weather
Officials with Kentucky Transportation Cabinet District 4 say crews are prepared for the inclement weather heading toward the region over the next several hours.
Spokesperson Chris Jessie says crews have been out on the road since the early morning hours.
Radcliff Police, Crime Stoppers asking for public assistance after armed robberies
After a string of armed robberies, Radcliff police and other law enforcement organizations are asking for the public’s help.
Surveillance stills of the individuals can be found on the Radcliff police department’s website. Anyone with information on the robberies is asked to contact law enforcement or Hardin county Crime Stoppers. Those reporting to Crime Stoppers can remain anonymous either through P3tips.org or by calling.
Virtual auction to benefit CASA, Crusade for Children, to end tonight
Today is the final day to take part in CASA of the Heartland’s first ever virtual auction.
The event closes this evening at 5 p.m. Details on the auction, as well as items, can be found on the organization’s Facebook page.
LTDHD postpones Wednesday vaccine clinic
Just a day after quickly filling up vaccination appointments, Lincoln Trail Health officials have postponed today’s scheduled vaccine clinic. Officials made the announcement last night, saying expected weather has caused the postponement. Officials say a makeup date of February 17th has been added for the clinic that was slated to take place today. Updates from the health department can be found on their Facebook page.
Emergency management officials prepare possible shelters in case of outages
Though the more severe parts of the ice storm are slated to begin late Wednesday and into Thursday, county emergency management officials have begun preparations for shelters for residents, should a large amount of power go out to residents across the county.
Hardin County Emergency Management Director Bryce Shumate says seven such shelters will be set up throughout the county.