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Trigg Teen Airlifted After Fiery Crash


A Trigg County teen was air lifted to a Nashville hospital following a Friday afternoon crash on Caledonia Road....Read More

Parks Commissioner Speaks At Pink Out 2014


WKDZ-WHVO held the 5th Annual Pink Out celebration in Cadiz Friday afternoon ...Read More

Christian County Indictments


The man accused in a more than year old Hopkinsville murder was indicted Friday by the Christian County Grand Jury ...Read More

League Of Women Voters Hosts Candidates Luncheon


Christian County's League of Women Voters hosted a "Meet the Candidates" luncheon Friday at First Bapist Church....Read More

Search Continues For Heritage Bank Robbery Suspect


The search for the suspect, and a request for more information about the Heritage Bank robbery in Cadiz, are the focus of the Trigg County Crime Stoppers....Read More

Woodshed Owner Junior Mathis Dies


Funeral services will be held next Tuesday at Hughart and Beard Funeral in Hopkinsville for Woodshed owner C A Mathis, Jr ...Read More

 

Appeals Court Upholds Rebel Flag Shooting Conviction


A Todd County man jailed in Tennessee for the death of a Guthrie man back in 1995 has lost a bid to overturn his conviction in the slaying ...Read More

Three Arrested On Drug Charges


Three Hopkinsville residents face drug charges following their arrests Thursday night ...Read More

Senator McConnell Discusses Campaign


Senator Mitch McConnell says the United States Senate race is peaking the interest of media outlets around the world....Read More

Trigg PVA Candidates Discuss Issues


The candidates for Trigg County Property Valuation Administrator talked about job qualifications and improvements they might make to the office during this week's election forum in Cadiz ...Read More

Lawmaker Indicted By Federal Grand Jury


A Kentucky lawmaker will face federal bribery charges after he was indicted Thursday by a federal grand jury ...Read More

Washington Post Critical Of Grimes Ad


A Washington Post fact checker says Alison Lundergan Grimes is running "likely the worst ad of a nasty campaign year" ...Read More

Trigg Judge Executive Candidates Discuss Future


The race for Trigg County Judge Executive is all about looking to the future ...Read More

Energy Conservation Report For School Board


Christian County School Board members got a practical look at some of the energy savings they have accomplished since the implementation of new lighting and HVAC practices ...Read More

Trigg School Board Meets With Site Based Councils


Trigg County's Board of Education conducted a joint meeting with its school's Site Based Decision Making Councils Thursday evening ...Read More

Cadiz Police ID Bank Robbery Suspect


Cadiz Police have released the identity of the suspect wanted in connection with Thursday’s bank robbery at Heritage Bank.
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Todd County Career Institute Groundbreaking


Ground was broken Thursday for the new Todd County Career Path Institute in Elkton ...Read More

State Supreme Court Upholds Wisdom Conviction


The Kentucky Supreme Court has upheld the conviction of a Caldwell County man in a fatal shooting that took place back in 2011 outside the Trigg County Recreation Complex convention center ...Read More

JSMC Plans For Ebola Care


Jennie Stuart Medical Center officials say they put together a plan of action in dealing with the Ebola Virus ...Read More

Paw's Festival In Downtown Hopkinsville


Max's Hope Pet Rescue is hosting a benefit in downtown Hopkinsville on 6th Street, Saturday from 3:00 to 7:00 pm ...Read More

Trial Delayed By County Attorney Facebook Posts


The trial of a Caldwell County man for a crime he allegedly committed back in 1976 has been postponed due to concerns over a social media post by the Hopkins County Attorney ...Read More

Robbery At Heritage Bank In Cadiz


Cadiz Police and other law enforcement agencies are on the lookout for a young black male believed to be the perpetrator of a robbery Thursday at Heritage Bank in Cadiz. 
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Community Concerns Forum October 28


Parents, students and other community members will have a chance to learn more about the dangers of social media and other challenges facing youth in our community ...Read More

McConnell Bus Tour Includes Lee Greenwood


Grammy Award-winning artist Lee Greenwood will join Senator Mitch McConnell on his ‘Kentucky Leads America’ bus tour next week ...Read More

KRS Facing More Bad News


At the end of the first quarter of fiscal year 2015, Kentucky Retirements System investments have declined 1 ...Read More

Mayor's Unity Breakfast Award Winners


The local Challenge House Movement and Insurance Agent, Tom Bell were the top award winners Thursday, during the 41st annual Mayor's Unity Breakfast ...Read More

Unemployment Rates Fall In September


The unemployment rate for the Pennyrile region continues to track downward ...Read More

Hospitals Preparing For Ebola Possibility


While there have been no reported cases anywhere near Kentucky, several hospitals in the state are preparing for the potential threat of Ebola ...Read More

Bardstown Police Continue To Look At Double Homicide


It has now been six months since the double murder, and family members of a Bardstown teacher and her daughter continue to look for answers in the case ...Read More

Man Arrested For Agri-Chem Theft


An employee of a local agriculture business is now facing charges he stole from his employer ...Read More

More Money For Support Of Grimes Campaign


The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee is planning to begin spending money again in Kentucky in support of Democrat Alison Grimes ...Read More

Local Leaders Ask For Cell Fee Increase


The amount of your cell phone bill could be going up if officials across the state have their way....Read More

Eleven Arrested During Drug Sweep


A total of eleven people were arrested Wednesday on drug trafficking charges ...Read More

Pennyrile United Way Holds Midpoint Luncheon


The United Way of the Pennyrile held its mid-campaign report luncheon Wednesday and although the numbers look good, there is more work to be done ...Read More

Judge Asks For Special Grand Jury To Investigate Christian County Jail


The judge in the Darlene Summers embezzlement trial is asking that a special grand jury be empaneled to investigate financial activities at the Christian County Jail in light of the Summers trial...Read More

Trigg Clerk Candidates Debate Issues


Three candidates for Trigg County Clerk took the stage Monday night at the voter forum in Cadiz ...Read More

Assault Suspects Bound Over To Grand Jury


The cases of the three adults involved in the brutal assault of a Hopkinsville teenager is now in the hands of the Christian County Grand Jury ...Read More

Andrews Activated By Tennessee Titans


A former Fort Campbell Falcon is now officially in the league ...Read More

Coffey Named To Position At UK


The University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food and Environment has named Richard Coffey as Chair of the Department of Animal and Food Sciences ...Read More

Kentucky Kingdom Responds To Lawsuits


Officials with the state's largest amusement park are saying injuries claimed by two people who were on a water slide are false ...Read More

GUILTY - Summers Convicted In Embezzlement Trial


A Christian County Circuit Court jury has recommended Honey Darlene Summers receive 1 and 1/2 years for each of the four guilty verdicts handed down Wednesday afternoon in her embezzlement trial....Read More

Trigg Coroner Investigating Death Of Henderson Man


Trigg County Coroner John Mark Vinson says no foul play is suspected in the death of a Henderson man, who was found dead in a smoldering campfire by his friend Monday morning ...Read More

Police Investigate Theft At Agri-Chem


Hopkinsville Police are investigating the theft of some equipment from a local agriculture business ...Read More

Bluegrass Poll Says Senate Race Very Close


The latest Bluegrass State Poll shows Republican Senator Mitch McConnell and Democrat Secretary of State Alison Grimes in a dead heat in the United States Senate Race ...Read More
(Photo: WPSD-TV)

President Clinton Campaigns For Alison Grimes


Former President Bill Clinton appeared with Governor Steve Beshear and other state Democrats Tuesday with Alison Grimes in Owensboro and Paducah ...Read More

R.C.& D. Holds Annual Meeting


Pennyrile Resource, Conservation and Development Council held its annual meeting Tuesday and a local civic leader was named D ...Read More

Sheriffs Candidates Face Off


While one of the candidates for Christian County Sheriff cited his law enforcement experience and leadership, his challenger talked about ideas for the future ...Read More

Parkway Ramp To Be Closed During Day


Transportation officials have announced plans to enact daytime closures on the Pennyrile Parkway northbound ramp to US 68/KY 80 in Hopkinsville.
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Fred Atkins Park Dedicated Tuesday


A former Hopkinsville City Council member was honored with the dedication of the Fred Atkins Park Tuesday afternoon....Read More

HWEA To Supply Natural Gas To Industrial Park


Hopkinsville City Council voted Tuesday to enter into an agreement with the Hopkinsville Water Environment Authority to supply natural gas to the South Industrial Park on Fort Campbell Boulevard. ...Read More
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Tribble Issues License To Poor Boys Racing


Poor Boys Go-Kart Racing, which is located on Hickory Smokehouse Road, in north Christian County, can now legally operate on Friday and Saturday nights....Read More

Pink Out 2014 Happens Friday


Pink Out 2014 will be Friday from 3:00 to 5:00 at the WKDZ-WHVO studio ...Read More

Testimony Concludes In Embezzlement Trial


The evidentiary portion of the embezzlement trial of Honey Darlene Summers wrapped up Tuesday afternoon ...Read More

Cadiz Council Candidates Face Off


With city services, taxes, and community growth on the minds of Cadiz citizens, 10 of the candidates for Cadiz City Council answered questions during Monday night's debate ...Read More

Whitfield Stopping In Hopkinsville Wednesday


Congressman Ed Whitfield's schedule has him making a pair of stops in Hopkinsville Wednesday morning ...Read More
(Photo: Jack Conway Twitter)

Conway Participates In Forum At Fort Campbell


Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway, Tennessee Attorney General Herbert Slatery, and Holly Petraeus heard firsthand the financial challenges that Fort Campbell soldiers and their families face...Read More

Daviess County Industry Expanding


Governor Steve Beshear announced Tuesday that Castlen Welding and Manufacturing is planning to expand its operations in Daviess County ...Read More

Summers Continues Testimony At Embezzlement Trial


The seventh day of testimony in the Honey Darlene Summers embezzlement trial began Tuesday morning with the continuation of Summers testimony in her own defense ...Read More

Murray State Precincts Moving To Bruce Convention Center


The polling place for two Christian County voting precincts will be in a new location on General Election Day Tuesday, November 4 ...Read More

Walk To End Alzheimer's Totals Announced


Final figures have now been released for this year's Walk to End Alzheimer's in Christian County ...Read More

Bourbon Industry Booming In Kentucky


It appears that people are really enjoying Kentucky bourbon ...Read More

Dunmor Man Arrested Sunday Evening


A Dunmor man is facing several charges after being stopped by State Police for equipment violations ...Read More

The Big Read Continues


The Museums of Historic Hopkinsville Christian County continues its celebration of The Maltese Falcon with a special exhibit and activity at the Woody Winfree Fire Transportation Museum ...Read More

Fort Campbell Announces Change In Alcohol Sales


Officials at Fort Campbell are announcing changes in the time that alcohol can be sold on post ...Read More

Whitfield To Campaign With McConnell


First District Congressman Ed Whitfield will be on the road later this week in support of Senator Mitch McConnell's campaign ...Read More

Trigg Fiscal Court Holds Brief Meeting


Trigg County magistrates approved a transfer to the Trigg County Sheriff's Department and a number of expenditures during a brief meeting Monday night ...Read More

Fort Campbell Run For The Fallen Coming Up


A special commemorative run is set for next week at Fort Campbell ...Read More

Trigg Sheriff Candidates Discuss Issues


The two candidates in the race for Trigg County Sheriff faced plenty of questions about two hot button issues for the office: spending and crime ...Read More

District Judge, School Board and City Council Forums


Candidates for Christian District Judge, Christian County School Board District 5 and Hopkinsville City Council took the stage Monday night during the third night of Christian County League of Women Voters forums at Bradford Square Mall ...Read More

Whitfield Calls For West Africa Travel Ban


First District Congressman Ed Whitfield is calling for a travel ban from all West African nations impacted by the Ebola virus ...Read More

SAFE Concert To Benefit Soldiers


Soldiers And Families Embraced will hold a benefit concert Thursday night ...Read More

Cadiz Man Accused Of Stealing Copper From Western State


A Cadiz man has been arrested for allegedly stealing copper from an area mental health facility ...Read More

Tilley Selected To Co-Chair National Committee


State Representative John Tilley has been selected to serve in a leadership position on a national legislative committee ...Read More

Todd County Man Pleads Guilty To Child Porn Charges


A Todd County man is facing a lengthy prison sentence after entered guilty pleas Monday in U.S. District Court in Bowling Green....Read More

Scholarship Gala For Student Books


With the rising cost of tuition at colleges and universities, the last thing parents and students can afford to do is buy textbooks ...Read More

Ohio Grand Jury Indicts Kentucky Murder Suspect


A grand jury in Ohio has indicted the Illinois man accused of killing a Graves County woman on Interstate 75 in Ohio, after he had already allegedly killed her son at their Mayfield home last month ...Read More

Groundbreaking For Todd County Career Path Institute


After having been announced some time back, officials have announced the date for the formal groundbreaking for the new Todd County Career Path Institute ...Read More

Uncle Lee's Announces Closing


A well known Muhlenberg County sporting goods store will soon be closing for good ...Read More

Closure Of Purchase Parkway Ramp


State transportation officials say a contractor plans to close the northbound Purchase Parkway ramp to Interstate 24 eastbound in Marshall County, Tuesday and Wednesday ...Read More

UPDATE - Summers Testifies At Jail Embezzlement Trial


The embezzlement trial of Honey Darlene Summers continued Monday, as the defense called both Christian County Attorney Mike Foster and Summers....Read More

Christian County Schools Support Anti Bullying Effort


The Christian County School District is hoping an emphasis on Kentucky Safe School Week will help make more people aware of the dangers of bullying....Read More

Governor Signs Retired Teachers Legislation


Flanked by more than a dozen legislators and retired teachers, Governor Beshear Monday ceremonially signed a bill to honor retired teachers in the state ...Read More

United Way Mid-Campaign Report Luncheon Wednesday


United Way of the Pennyrile partners and supporters will receive an update from Chairman John Peck on the 2014 Get In The Game campaign Wednesday at noon ...Read More

Local Man Meets Jay Leno


One Hopkinsville man had a chance encounter Friday that he will remember forever ...Read More

Workers At Gaseous Diffusion Plant Being Rehired


It could be a bad news, good news kind of week for the remaining workers at the Paducah Gaseous Diffusion Plant ...Read More

Candidate Claims Use Of Personal Information


State Republican officials are calling for Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway to investigate the alleged use of a Republican candidate's Social Security number for campaign purposes ...Read More

Police Investigating Early Sunday Assault


Hopkinsville Police are investigating the report of an assault that took place early Sunday morning ...Read More

One Injured In Sunday Afternoon Crash


A Hopkinsville woman was transported following a two vehicle accident Sunday afternoon at the intersection of the Eagle Way Bypass and Cox Mill Road ...Read More

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