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NWS Says Thunderstorms Possible

The National Weather Service Storm Prediction Center says Western Kentucky will be included an area that will be under a slight risk for severe weather Sunday evening and Monday as a chance of showers and thunderstorms comes back into the forecast ...Read More

Arrowcats Ready To Compete In World Tournament

Coach Tom Patterson says forty-one Trigg County archers are ready to defend their title Sunday in Madison, WI, in the National Archery in the Schools Program World Championships ...Read More
Field of Flags Veterans Honored

Closing Ceremony Honors Service

A crowd turned out for the closing ceremony of the Cadiz Field of Flags at Tollgate Plaza Saturday morning ...Read More
Joshua Fox Escape

KSP Seeks Man Who Assaulted Officers

The Kentucky State Police are investigating the escape of a Mayfield man who was on home incarceration ...Read More

UPDATE - Suspect Killed In Robbery Attempt Connected To Previous Robbery

State Police have identified the suspect killed in an attempted bank robbery Friday morning in Princeton, while Princeton Police say they have connected him to Wednesday's robbery at the same bank....Read More


Remaining Keeton Escapees Found

The two remaining escapees from the Keeton Correctional Center in Paducah have been captured ...Read More

Commission On Women Appointments

Two local women were recently appointed to the Kentucky Commission on Women by Gov ...Read More

Take A Photo With The Cast Of Shrek

Shrek the Musical begins Friday, July 18, but folks will have the chance to meet a few of the characters this Saturday, July 12 ...Read More

Arrowcats To Compete At World

Forty-one Trigg County archers, their parents and coaches will travel to Madison, WI, this weekend for the National Archery in the Schools Program World Championships ...Read More

Hopkinsville Police Detain Clarksville Suspect

Hopkinsville Police have detained the suspect in a shooting/stabbing robbery in Clarksville Friday morning that left two women injured ...Read More

New Principal For Alternative Center

The Christian County Schools are announcing the selection of the new Principal for the Christian County Alternative Center ...Read More

HPD Investigating Cash Express Purse Snatching

Hopkinsville Police are searching for a man who allegedly took the purse of a customer at the Fort Campbell Boulevard Cash Express location Friday morning ...Read More

Clarksville Police Investigating I-24 Accident

Clarksville Police are continuing to investigate the factors involved in an accident Thursday afternoon on Interstate 24 ...Read More

Madisonville Bicyclist Killed Friday Morning

A Madisonville man is dead following an accident involving a bicycle early Friday morning ...Read More

Two Keaton Escapees Back In Custory

State Police say two of the four escapees from a Paducah correctional facility are now back in custody after they were apprehended Thursday night by State Police from the Henderson post....Read More

Trigg County Schools Project On Schedule

The Trigg County School Board heard good news from architect Keith Sharp Thursday night, as Sharp informed the Board that the Primary and Intermediate School project is on schedule and will be ready for occupancy July 31.....Read More

Trigg Superintendent Speaks To Chamber

The Trigg County School District was featured at the Cadiz-Trigg County Chamber's Lunch and Learn Thursday ...Read More

Field Of Flags Closing Ceremony

Although the Field of Flags is coming down Saturday, it doesn't mean those flags shouldn't be flown ...Read More

New Deputy Commander For Fort Campbell

Fort Campbell will soon have a new Deputy Commander following a General Officer announcement Thursday ...Read More

Laptops Stolen From Wal-Mart

Hopkinsville Police are investigating a significant theft of electronics from Wal-Mart early Wednesday morning ...Read More

Indian Hills Interviewing Principal Candidates

The search for a new principal at Indian Hills Elementary School continues to move forward ...Read More

Dawson Springs Residents Injured In Wednesday Crash

Two Dawson Springs residents were injured in a single vehicle accident late Wednesday night ...Read More

Graves-Gilbert To Operate WKU Healthcare

The Board of Regents at Western Kentucky Univrersity Thursday approved an agreement that will allow the Graves-Gilbert Clinic to provide health services on campus ...Read More

Christian Co Chamber Teacher Leadership Ag Day

Seventeen Christian County educators are more informed about agriculture and the impact on the region ...Read More

Body Of Missing Doctor Located

The body of the Calvert City eye doctor missing since July 2nd was found Wednesday afternoon.

Businessman James Knight Passes Away

Funeral services for 67-year old Hopkinsville businessman James Knight will be Saturday at Hughart and Beard Funeral Home, in Hopkinsville....Read More

TeleTech Ready For New Hires

TeleTech in Hopkinsville will soon add 300 new jobs for two healthcare clients ...Read More

Military Appreciation Fun In Cadiz

Cadiz will host its first Military Appreciation Day Saturday, a free public event that will include music, inflatables, games, sidewalk chalk, martial arts demonstrations, magic shows, food and a movie at dusk ...Read More

UPDATE - Cadiz Woman Released After Wednesday Afternoon Crash

UPDATE - The Cadiz woman who was flown to a Nashville hospital following a two vehicle accident Wednesday afternoon at the intersection of U.S. 68 and the Eagle Way Bypass is now at home....Read More

Clarksville Pipeline One Step Closer

Clarksville Gas and Water is one step closer to building a pipeline that will run through Todd County after approval from a federal agency ...Read More

Inspection Of Eggners Ferry Bridge

Transportation officials have announced plans to place daytime lane and load width restrictions on the Eggners Ferry Bridge starting Monday ...Read More

Dollar General Plus

Dollar General officials have confirmed that the new store location on Main Street in Cadiz will be a larger version of their standard offering ...Read More

Judge Expresses Concerns Over Proposed Execution Protocol

The State of Kentucky's efforts to resume executions have run into another potential roadblock ...Read More

Rand Paul To Speak At Chamber Luncheon

The Christian County Chamber of Commerce will be giving area residents the chance to hear from Kentucky Senator Rand Paul in early August ...Read More
(Photo: McCracken County SO)

Motorhome Fire Closes I-24 In McCracken County

Westbound traffic on Interstate 24 in McCracken County came to a stop for a while Wednesday morning as the result of a fire ...Read More

Hopkinsville-Christian County Crimestoppers Seeking Fugitives

The Hopkinsville-Christian County Crimestoppers Program is asking for the public's help to locate two wanted fugitives ...Read More

Monday Night Home Invasion In Princeton

Princeton Police are investigating an apparent home invasion that occurred late Tuesday night ...Read More

Princeton Bank Robbed Wednesday Morning

Princeton Police are investigating a Wednesday morning bank robbery that occurred just off the court square ...Read More

Warrior Transition Battalion Recognized

The Warrior Transition Battalion at Fort Campbell has been recognized for its efforts ...Read More
(Photo: WKU Public Relations)

Hopkinsville Student Working On App For Google Glass

A local student is among three at the Gatton Academy who are working this summer to develop an app for the wearable computer technology known as Google Glass ...Read More

Special GED Testing Offer

State officials are announcing that for a limited time and effective immediately, eligible Kentucky adults can take each module of the GED test at the reduced cost of $10, which is a savings of $20 ...Read More

Flags Lowered In Honor Of Fort Campbell Soldier

Governor Beshear is directing that flags at all state office buildings be lowered to half-staff Thursday ...Read More

Chamber Education Leadership Ag Day

Christian County Educators that are participating in the Chamber's Education Leadership program will get a first hand look at agriculture today ...Read More
(Photo: EDC Facebook)

Economic Announcement For Hopkins County

There was positive economic news announced Tuesday for Hopkins County ...Read More

Central City Woman Charged In Husband's Murder

A Central City woman is being charged with the shooting death of her husband ...Read More

Barbeque Coming Up Thursday

An event that has become a Christian County mid-summer tradition is coming up Thursday night ...Read More

HCC President Gives Six Month Update

Hopkinsville Community College President Dr. Jay Allen took time Tuesday to update the Cadiz Rotary Club on his first six months at the healm of the local college ...Read More

Canola Facility On Track

The new Agstrong Canola processing facility in Todd County is on track to be in operation in October ...Read More

Cadiz Police Conducting Tactical Training

Cadiz Police are warning residents to not be alarmed if they see a large number of police and first responders in the area of Trigg County High School later this week ...Read More

Cadiz Boy Attracts Attention Of Agents

A Cadiz boy made a big impression on agents in Hollywood over an extended Fourth of July holiday ...Read More

Loose Animal Leads To Arrest

A Hopkinsville man is in custody after police find several abused animals in his yard ...Read More

Abuse Of An Elderly Person

Hopkinsville Police have a local man in custody after he allegedly withheld prescription drugs from his elderly mother ...Read More

Abramson Not Interested In KCTCS Position

While the search goes on for the new President of the Kentucky Community and Technical College System, one man that many may have thought would be a good fit for the position now says he is not interested in the job.

Clarksville Nightclub Shut Down

Without going into the details as to why, the city of Clarksville and Clarksville Police officially shut down a Fort Campbell Boulevard nightclub.

Man Found Dead In Hopkins County Fire

The Hopkins County Sheriff’s Department is investigating the death of a man found inside of his burned out residence.

Search Continues For Missing Doctor

Hoping that more activity and traffic over the holiday weekend will aid in the effort, officials Saturday scaled back on the search for Doctor John Lyles.

VIDEO - 2014 WKDZ Country Showdown

Click here to check out the performances of the ten finalists at this year's WKDZ Country Showdown.                     

Election Edge: Primary Night In Kentucky - RECAP

Voter turnout was described as light, at best, across the state of Kentucky Tuesday, as voters cast their ballots in the May Primary Election.