Louisville used hot shooting to easily manhandle St. Francis Brooklyn 85 – 41 to improve to 4 – 0. The early season schedule has not been very difficult for the unranked Cardinals, however, they are doing exactly what they are supposed to do to inferior competition by winning handily. Continue reading College Basketball – Cards Win Easily Over St. Francis
ELYRIA, Ohio – A Conn. man was arrested after Ohio State Highway Patrol troopers said that they found 90 pounds—$450,000 worth—of marijuana in his car. Continue reading Ohio News – Troopers seize $450,000—90 pounds—of marijuana during Elyria traffic stop
From WPSD 6 – LYON COUNTY, Ky. -Kentucky State Police arrested a man who they say had 36 pounds of marijuana inside his vehicle.
Police say they pulled over 59-year-old Katkeo Sayavongsa of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Thursday morning on Interstate 24 in Lyon County.
Rick Pitino has said that the best pro prospect on this season’s Louisville basketball team is Raymond Spalding. His length and athleticism separates him from the average player. Continue reading College Basketball – Lee and Spalding Lead U of L’s Rout of North Florida
Adebayo, Fox, Gabriel, Killeya-Jones, Monk and Wynyard ranked among nation’s best players
LEXINGTON, Ky. – The Kentucky men’s basketball program has put together one of the strongest recruiting classes of all time, signing six of the nation’s top players during the early fall signing period. Highly rated prospects Edrice “Bam” Adebayo, De’Aaron Fox, Wenyen Gabriel, Sacha Killeya-Jones, Malik Monk and Tai Wynyard have all signed with UK. Continue reading College Basketball – Kentucky Men’s Basketball Signs Six in Fall Signing Period
Posey County – Last night at approximately 10:54, Trooper Brent Gramig was patrolling SR 62 when he observed a vehicle with an expired temporary tag. Gramig stopped the driver of the vehicle on Lakeview Drive at SR 62. Continue reading Indiana News – Driver Arrested for Driving Under the Influence of Meth
November is peak month for deer collisions
FRANKFORT, Ky.)— The Kentucky State Police is urging all motorists to be aware of the increased dangers posed by deer wandering onto roadways during November and December. Continue reading Kentucky News – KSP Warns Motorists of Increased Deer Activity
(Frankfort, Ky.)— On November 3, 2015, the Kentucky State Police Cannabis Suppression Branch, assisted by troopers from KSP Post 7-Richmond, arrested Berea-resident Vincent L. Lawson, 27, as a result of a crime tip received on KSP’s mobile phone app. The information enabled KSP detectives to arrange a meeting with Lawson in Richmond where he attempted to exchange one ounce of marijuana for a laptop computer. Continue reading Kentucky News – Crime Tip Received On KSP Mobile App Leads To Arrest Of Berea Man
“Safe Family Travel” – Evansville – To help ensure the safety of all motorists during the Thanksgiving holiday period, Indiana State Police will be joining more than 250 other Indiana law enforcement agencies in participating in the annual Safe Family Travel campaign. Beginning today and running through Sunday, December 6, Indiana State Police will be conducting high visibility enforcement efforts including sobriety check points and saturation patrols looking for impaired and dangerous drivers. Continue reading Indiana News – Indiana State Police Increase Patrols during Thanksgiving Holiday