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Bond Reduced For Sexual Assault Suspect

One of the suspects in the October 12th sexual assault of a Hopkinsville teenager is now out of the Christian County Jail on bond......Read More

Princeton Police Investigating Home Invasions

Princeton Police are investigating two apparent home invasions that occurred over the weekend ...Read More

Fort Campbell Woman Indicted For Death Of Child

A Fort Campbell woman is facing up to life in prison following her indictment by a federal grand jury in connection with the December 2013 death of a Clarksville child ...Read More

New Cadiz Council Sworn In

In a ceremony filled with family and friends, the new Cadiz City Council was sworn in Monday night ...Read More

Ag Commissioner Candidate Quarles

Agriculture Commissioner candidate Ryan Quarles met with farmers from around the area Monday afternoon ...Read More

Trigg High Wins Safe Driving Grant

In the words of Trigg County High School Principal Shannon Burcham, they've done it again ...Read More

Hopkinsville Police Department Testing New Vests

In an effort to reduce injury and fatigue, one Hopkinsville Police officer has been test wearing a special protective vest ...Read More

Leavell Serving As Sheriffs Assocation Director

A local sheriff will be serving in a leadership position for the Kentucky Sheriffs' Association ...Read More

Task Force Reports Additional Syndication Arrest

The Pennyrile Narcotics Task Force is reporting an additional arrest in the recent criminal syndication investigation ...Read More

KYA Middle School Governor Talks Issues

The new middle school Kentucky Youth Assembly Governor says he ran on three main issues during the recent conference ...Read More

Paul Still Considering Presidential Run

United States Senator Rand Paul says he is still considering a Presidential run even though former Florida Governor Jeb Bush said last week that he may run ...Read More

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Cadiz Police Arrest Alleged Drug Dealers

A Murray man and a Hopkinsville are both facing drug trafficking charges, with one of them also charged with kidnapping following a recent arrest ...Read More

Eggners Ferry Bridge Closing Tuesday Night

The Eggners Ferry Bridge will be closed Tuesday night to allow construction crews to continue their work on the new bridge....ReadMore

Clarksville Fireworks Policy

The Clarksville Police Department is getting an early start on holiday celebrations by reminding people to use common sense this year, especially regarding fireworks ...Read More

Veteran's May Apply For Discharge Status Change

Veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder who were discharged under conditions that were other than honorable can apply to have their discharge upgraded if their discharge was due to PTSD ...Read More

Unemployment Rate Drops To Six Year Low

There's good news for the economy, according to Kentucky officials ...Read More

Model Trains At Museums

Children young and old are enjoying trains at the Museums of Historic Hopkinsville and Christian County again this year, with a large crowd turning out Saturday for the first of two days ...Read More

Enhanced Police Patrol During Holiday Season

Kentucky State Police and local law enforcement officials will be in out in full force the next couple of weeks to help keep roadways safe around western Kentucky ...Read More
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Local Officers Recognized

A Kentucky State Police Trooper from Lyon County and a Cadiz Police Officer were recently recognized for their efforts to stop impaired driving ...Read More

Cadiz Woman Faces Charges

A Cadiz woman faces charges after an alleged attempt to break into a Hopkinsville pharmacy ...Read More

Hopkinsville Man Apppointed To State Board

A Hopkinsville man has been appointed to the Kentucky Board of Home Inspectors ...Read More

Hendricks Walking Door To Door

Hopkinsville's Mayor Elect Carter Hendricks is taking time before his term starts to talk with the people of Hopkinsville and let them know about the new transportation system that is launching next month ...Read More

Judge Lynch Has Portrait Unveiled

A large crowd of well-wishers gathered in the rotunda of the Christian County Justice Center Friday to witness the unveiling of District Judge Arnold Lynch's portrait ...Read More

Grand Jury Issues Rape And Crime Syndicate Charges

A Hopkinsville man is facing Rape charges following his indictment Friday by the Christian County Grand Jury ...Read More

New Commonwealth Attorney Appointed

Carrie Ovey-Wiggins has been appointed by Governor Steve Beshear as Commonwealth's attorney for the 56th Judicial Circuit of Kentucky ...Read More
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Major General Gary Volesky

Soldiers Celebrate Holidays In Liberia

While many of us will have the chance to celebrate the holidays with our family and friends, there is a contingent of soldiers from Fort Campbell who are celebrating this year, a long way from home ...Read More

Cassity Retires After 48 Years

The Cadiz Housing Authority has recognized a local man for his service to the organization ...Read More

School Attendance Zone Letters Mailed Out

Officials with the Christian County Public Schools have announced they will be sending letters of official notification regarding the established attendance zones approved by the Board of Education last April ...Read More

Ruling Expected In Claude Russell Case

Circuit Judge Woody Woodall says he will decide within the next 60 days whether to dismiss the indictment of Claude Russell for the murder of Chantel Humphries ...Read More

LIFT Gives Communities Control Of Tax

LIFT Kentucky has been named House Bill 1 for the upcoming 2015 General Assembly, which indicates the measure is a top priority for state lawmakers ...Read More

T-Mobile Suit Settled For $90 Million

Area T-Mobile users may be getting a refund after a recent ruling in a lawsuit found the company guilty of “mobile cramming ...Read More

Two Injured In Hopkins County Crash

Two people were injured Thursday evening in a head on collision in Hopkins County ...Read More

PACS Introduces New RSVP Director

A new Retired and Senior Volunteer Program Director is in place to take over for Carmen Finley, who will begin serving as Trigg County Clerk January 1st ...Read More

Trains, Trains, Trains At Hopkinsville Museums

Although a model train beneath the tree has been a classic Christmas symbol for years, "The Polar Express" has guaranteed the cherished place trains hold in Christmas lore ...Read More

KY Health Cooperative Gets $65 Million Loan

The Kentucky Health Cooperative, one of the largest insurers in the state, is raising concern for accepting a 65 million dollar loan last month to help keep it afloat ...Read More

Louisville Raises Minimum Wage To $9.00

Minimum wage will increase in Louisville to $9.00 per hour following action by the Louisville Metro Council Thursday ...Read More
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School Board Finishes Year With Farewells

Christian County School Board said farewell to two board members at their meeting Thursday night as their last piece of work for the year ...Read More

Cadiz Doctor Explains His Early Retirement

Although he's looking forward to spending more time at the lake and traveling to see his children and grandchildren, one local doctor isn't retiring because he's ready to take it easy ...Read More

Celebrate A Life Tree Ceremony

For the second year, Christian County Relay is honoring cancer survivors with the Celebrate A Life Tree at Jennie Stuart Medical Center in Hopkinsville ...Read More

Search Called Off For Missing Man

The search has been called off for the Trigg County man reported missing Wednesday ...Read More

McCall Tours Colleges On Farewell Tour

Outgoing Kentucky Community and Technical College System President Dr ...Read More

It's A Wonderful Life At The Alhambra

Perhaps no movie is more loved at Christmas than "It's a Wonderful Life ...Read More

Sheriff's Office Gives Away Bikes

Thirty kids in Trigg County have already had a Merry Christmas thanks to the generous donation of bikes from the whole community ...Read More

Comer Raises $1 Million In First 90 Days

Republican candidate for Governor James Comer says he has seen positive tangible feedback from the people of Kentucky in his race for Governor ...Read More

Possible Federal Charges In Sexual Assault

Although 17-year old Colton Cavanaugh appeared in Christian Circuit Court before Judge John Atkins Thursday morning, he could not be arraigned due to his attorney being sick....Read More

No Major Road Problems Reported Due To Weather

Only an isolated slick spot or two was reported on area roadways Thursday morning, with most roads just wet due to light rain and snow that moved through ...Read More

Dawson Springs Schools Cancelled

The combination of the flu virus and the potential for inclement weather Thursday resulted in students in the Dawson Springs Independent School system getting a longer holiday ...Read More

Paul Unhappy With Spending Bill

United States Senator Rand Paul says he is hoping a change in leadership in the Senate next year will restore the federal government budget process ...Read More

No Major Road Problems Reported

Only an isolated slick spot or two is being reported on area roadways this morning, with most roads just wet due to light rain and snow that is moving through ...Read More

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