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About: elizabethtown, kentucky

Elizabethtown was founded in 1797 and named after the wife of Andrew Hynes one of the cities earliest settlers. They built blockhouses and forts for defense of the area. In 1850 the Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company began construction on a railroad from Louisville to Tennessee that went directly though Elizabethtown. Known locally as E'town the area was the basis for the 2005 Cameron Crowe movie Elizabethtown though the movie was not actually filmed in the area.

Population: 25942
Local Newspapers: The News-Enterprise
Local Sports Teams:
Local Colleges: Elizabethtown Community and Technical College

Zip Codes associated with elizabethtown, kentucky: 42701
Towns/Cities near elizabethtown, kentucky : Hodgenville Vine Grove Fort Knox Bardstown Leitchfield Radcliff

Elizabethtown News
Two arrested following murder investigation -

According to a press release issued by the Kentucky State Police , Chad Durbin, 39, of Elizabethtown, was charged with Murder, Tampering With Physical Evidence, and Abuse of a Corpse. His ex-wife, Tiffany Durbin, 35, of Leitchfield, was also charged with Hindering Apprehension, Tampering With Physical Evidence, and Abuse of a Corpse.

KSP Post 4 makes arrest in Grayson Co. murder

KSP Post 4 makes arrest in Grayson Co. murder Elizabethtown man charged with murder, other alleged offenses; his ex-wife of Leitchfield, KY, charged with hindering apprehension, other alleged offenses, after KSP investigation into case involving discovery of body of Robert D. Hayes of Lebanon Junction, KY on Frontage Road in Leitchfield.

the Little-Known Rule: What really set off plane drama

New video has surfaced showing United Airlines' passenger Dr. David Dao aboard flight 3411 telling Chicago O'Hare airport security guards "I have to go home," moments before he was dragged from the aircraft on Sunday, April 9. Joya Griffin Cummings recorded this video of Dao, of Elizabethtown, Kentucky, talking to guards. Dao was also reported in a telephone conversation with his lawyer talking about the prospect of suing United.

Lawyer: Dragged passenger lost two teeth and broke his nose

The passenger dragged from a United flight lost two front teeth and suffered a broken nose and a concussion, one of his lawyers said Thursday, accusing the airline industry of having "bullied" its customers for far too long. Dr. David Dao has been released from a hospital but will need reconstructive surgery, Demetrio said at a news conference, appearing alongside one of Dao's children.

United CEO says he fel...

"We are not going to put a law enforcement official onto a plane to take them off a to remove a booked, paid, seated passenger; we can't do that," Oscar Munoz tells "Good Morning America." United CEO Oscar Munoz apologized Wednesday for an incident that occurred Sunday aboard a United Airlines flight, when a man was forcibly removed from a plane when the flight was overbooked.

Experts say police who dragged passenger had other options

Airport police officers called to remove a passenger who refused to leave a United Express flight essentially walked into what law enforcement experts say was a no-win situation: enforcing a business decision by a private company. But if the passenger posed no threat and was not being disruptive, officers almost certainly could have tried an approach other than dragging him out of his seat and down the aisle, including simply telling the airline to resolve the situation itself, experts said.

Kenneth Townsend

Law enforcement officers are looking for an inmate who escaped from the Hardin County Detention Restricted Custody Center on Tuesday. Kenneth Townsend, 54, walked away from an assigned work detail at Helping Hands of Hope in Elizabethtown, according to detention center officials.

Wick's Pizza donates percentage of Tuesday sales to family of fallen LMPD Officer Nick Rodman

The Brandenburg Police Department and the Meade County Sheriff's Department say they have received reports of at least two similar incidents involving blocked roads. The Brandenburg Police Department and the Meade County Sheriff's Department say they have received reports of at least two similar incidents involving blocked roads.

The Latest: Passenger in video was convicted of drug charges

The Latest on the passenger who was dragged off a full United Express flight at Chicago's O'Hare Airport : The man dragged from a full United Express flight is a Kentucky physician who was convicted more than a decade ago of felony charges involving his prescribing of drugs. But David Dao's unflattering history quickly became the focus of attention, even though there's no indication that his past influenced how he was treated or that the airline or airport police were aware of his background.

The Latest: Passenger in video was convicted of drug charges

Video of a man being dragged out of his seat on a United Airlines flight has sparked social media uproar. The airline insisted the flight was over-booked and that it had no choice but to contact authorities when the man refused to leave.

United passenger dragged off flight identified as doctor with criminal past

The United Airlines passenger dragged off a flight was a doctor who said he was trying to get home to his patients. The Louisville Courier-Journal says Dr. David Dao is a Vietnamese-American immigrant who specializes in pulmonary disease in Elizabethtown, Kentucky.

Crews began moving dirt at the site on Tuesday.

This is what the Crowne Pointe Theatre will look like when it's finished. ELIZABETHTOWN, KY - Construction began this week on Elizabethtown's new state-of-the art movie theater complex, but a spokeswoman said it likely won't open in late fall as previously announced.

Officer involved shooting suspects committed crime in Barren Co.

There are still many questions about how Bradley James Sheets, 25, and Destiny Moneyhun, 18, wound up dead during an officer involved shooting on Tuesday. "I'm not sure what their intent was when they pulled back there," Anchorage Police Chief Dean Hayes said.

74-year-old E-town man murdered, his home "ransacked" Read Story Shay McAlister

An elderly Elizabethtown man is dead after a complicated incident spreading across three different jurisdictions Tuesday. Police report the situation started in Elizabethtown and ended about 60 miles north, in Anchorage.

Body found in Elizabethtown linked to deadly double shooting by...

Multiple sources have confirmed to WAVE 3 News that a death investigation near Elizabethtown is connected to an officer-involved shooting in Anchorage that left two people dead on Tuesday. A body was discovered inside a home on Dawn Avenue just south of Elizabethtown Tuesday night.

POLICE: Elizabethtown woman stole pain pills from veteran with stage 4 cancer

According to an arrest report, it happened on Monday, March 27, at a home on E. Warfield Street, near N. Mulberry Street, in Elizabethtown. The Greater Hardin County Narcotics Task Force says 59-year-old Karen Bagett was providing care for an elderly woman who was bed-ridden, while the woman's husband -- a military veteran who has stage 4 cancer -- went to the hospital.

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