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Princeton Police Chief Cleared In Fatal Shooting

The Princeton Police Chief, who shot and killed a bank robbery suspect in the midst of the crime last month, has been cleared of any wrongdoing ...Read More

Arrest Made In Home Invasion

A Hopkinsville man has now been charged in connection with a home invasion earlier this month on East 7th Street ...Read More

State Police Focused On Traffic Safety This Weekend

Kentucky State Police and local law enforcement will increase patrols during the Labor Day Holiday weekend to ensure Kentucky Roadways remain safe ...Read More

Carter Hendricks Issues Full Monty And A-3 Challenge

Republican Hopkinsville Mayor candidate Carter Hendricks is challenging fellow candidates to disclose all income sources, and says he is willing to debate either or both under their terms ...Read More

Dispatchers Graduate At Top Of Class

Two Hopkinsville E.C.C. Dispatchers graduated at the top of their graduating class during a graduation ceremonies Friday at the Department of Criminal Justice Training’s Public Safety Dispatch Basic Training Academy in Richmond ...Read More


Hopkinsville Man Arrested After Burglary Attempt

A Hopkinsville man is facing burglary and other charges following his arrest early Friday morning ...Read More

Henderson Industry Expanding

Governor Steve Beshear Friday announced Budge Industries will expand its operations in Henderson County ...Read More

Drug Overdose Awareness Day

Governor Beshear has proclaimed August 31 as International Drug Overdose Awareness Day in Kentucky, highlighting the message that the tragedy of overdose death is preventable.

Chandler Coming To Fort Campbell

The Sergeant Major of the Army will make a visit to Fort Campbell next Thursday ...Read More

Barn Destroyed By Fire On Riverbend Road

A barn on a southern Christian County farm was partially destroyed by fire Thursday evening ...Read More

Former Soldier Injured In Motorcycle Crash

A retired Fort Campbell soldier was injured Thursday in a two vehicle accident involving a motorcycle in Oak Grove ...Read More

Governor Beshear Signs Juvenile Justice Law

The new Kentucky Juvenile Justice Reform Law that was ceremonially signed into law by Governor Steve Beshear Thursday afternoon will keep low level offenders out of incarceration ...Read More

Post One Trooper Wins Award

A 16-year veteran of the Kentucky State Police was recently named Crisis Intervention Team or CIT Officer of the Year for Kentucky ...Read More

Campbell Assumes Command Of NATO Security Force

A former commander at Fort Campbell has assumed command of the NATO International Security Assistance Force ...Read More

One Injured In Lafayette Road Motorcycle Accident

One person was taken to the hospital following a single vehicle accident Wednesday afternoon in Hopkinsville ...Read More

Pendleton Reacts To Hendricks Decision

Democratic candidate Joey Pendleton says the race for Hopkinsville Mayor can now get down to the issues after Republican Carter Hendricks announced the end of his affiliation with the Kentucky New Era ...Read More

Elkton Man Dies From Weekend Crash

The Elkton man who was involved in a motorcycle accident over the weekend has passed away due to his injuries ...Read More

Bench Dedication For Randy Wade

Family, friends, and co-workers of the late Randy Wade gathered at the Trigg County Senior Citizens Center to dedicate a bench in his name ...Read More

Governor On Cable Barrier Installation

While work on the project has been underway for a while, Governor Steve Beshear was in Christian County to formally announce the installation of more median cable barriers on Interstate 24 in Christian County, as well as in McCracken County and Marshall County ...Read More

Dump Truck Overturns On Lafayette Road

A Clarksville woman was injured Thursday afternoon when the dump truck she was driving overturned on Lafayette Road....Read More

Report Says Western Kentucky At Risk For Natural Disasters

When it comes to natural disasters, the western half of the state of Kentucky is apparently not among the safest places to be ...Read More

Clarksville Man Accused Of Killing His Father

A Clarksville man is charged with murder in connection with the Wednesday death of his father ...Read More

Special Civil War Observance At Jefferson Davis

Officials with the Jefferson Davis State Historic Site are announcing plans for a special observance in September ...Read More

Hopkinsville Man Charged With Drug Trafficking

A Hopkinsville man is facing drug trafficking charges following his arrest Wednesday night ...Read More

Sumner Expresses Confidence In Police Department

Interim Hopkinsville Police Chief Clayton Sumner says he feels confident his police force will remain the professional outfit led by retired police Chief Guy Howie ...Read More

Whitfield Making Stops In Western Kentucky

On a tour of western Kentucky this week, Congressman Ed Whitfield stopped at Hopkinsville Electric Wednesday morning to talk about broadband internet access and regulation in the coal and energy industry ...Read More

Judge Sets Competency Hearing For Little

A final hearing date to determine the competency of the woman accused of assaulting the wife of Hopkinsville Mayor Dan Kemp has been set for October ...Read More

Appeal Hearing Set For Akbar

The former Fort Campbell soldier sentenced to death in 2005 for a 2003 grenade attack in Kuwait that killed two fellow service members will have his appeal heard in a military court in November ...Read More

Hendricks Terminates Committment With Paper

With election day rapidly approaching one of the candidates for Hopkinsville Mayor is ending his official relationship with a local media outlet ...Read More

Hooks Sentenced In Owensboro Bank Robbery

Trigg County native Seth Hooks, who was sentenced earlier this month for killing Harvey Choate, will face additional prison time for robbing a bank in Owensboro....Read More

Caldwell Grand Jury To Hear Fatal Bank Robbery Case

The Caldwell County Grand Jury will meet in special session Friday morning to hear evidence in the July 11th Planters Bank robbery that resulted in the death of the suspect ...Read More

Hopkinsville-Christian County Crimestoppers

The Hopkinsville-Christian County Crimestoppers Program is asking for the public's help to locate two wanted fugitives ...Read More
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Judge Makes Evidentiary Ruling In Dye Case

A key evidentiary ruling that leaves neither side happy has been handed down in the case involving Garrett Dye ...Read More

Legislators Discuss Industrial Hemp

Two Kentucky House Agriculture Committee members say they are pleased with the Industrial Hemp Pilot Projects they supported ...Read More

New Life Case Motions May Delay Trial

The trial of the three men accused in the New Life Massage Parlor murders hangs on several motions under consideration ...Read More

Victim In Princeton Shooting Was Robbery Suspect

The victim of the fatal shooting Sunday night in Princeton apparently died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound, after he had been involved in a strong armed robbery earlier in the evening ...Read More

Indian Hills Ice Bucket Challenge

One Christian County school is getting involved in the viral movement that has taken social media by storm ...Read More

More Funding For Rural Roads

Several miles of Christian County roadways will have work done at little to no expense to the county after Christian Fiscal Court approved an agreement Tuesday morning....Read More

Attorney Says Jefferson County Can Raise Minimum Wage

In a decision that could lead to other communities across the state considering the same action, the Jefferson County attorney is saying Louisville officials can set a minimum wage in the city, different from the rate across the state ...Read More

Trigg Schools Host Successful Meet And Greet

A successful Trigg County Schools Meet and Greet event Monday night, sets the stage for a successful school year ...Read More

Two Killed In Calloway County Crash

Two people are dead as the result of a single vehicle crash Monday evening in Calloway County ...Read More

Governor Making Thursday Stops In Christian County

Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear will be in Christian County Thursday for a transportation announcement and a ceremonial bill signing ...Read More

Two Injured In Hopkins County Crash

Two people were injured Monday morning in a two vehicle accident in Hopkins County ...Read More

Public To Have Access To Lock At Barkley Dam

For the first time in almost 13 years the public will have access to the navigation lock area at Lake Barkley Dam, at least for a little while ...Read More

Hopkinsville Man Charged In Monday Assault

A Hopkinsville man is facing assault charges following an incident Monday evening ...Read More

Clarksville Apartments Quarantined After Meth Lab Found

A six-unit apartment complex on Baltimore Drive in Clarksville was quarantined Monday after agents of the 19th Judicial District Drug Task Force found a methamphetamine lab in one of the units ...Read More

Hopkinsville Surface and Stormwater Utility Purchases Home

The Hopkinsville Surface and Stormwater Utility took action to purchase a home prone to flooding at its special called meeting Monday....Read More

Industrial Hemp Open House At Davis Farm

Those supporting industrial hemp production in Kentucky say they are pleased with the Hemp Pilot Projects including one that is being grown on the Jeff Davis farm near Pembroke ...Read More

Trigg Schools Food Director Earns New Title

Trigg County Schools Food Service Director Paula Dickerson has received the rare credential of School Nutrition Specialist from the School Nutrition Association ...Read More

Cerulean Road Closure

Transportation Cabinet officials say a section of Cerulean Road in Trigg County will be closed Wednesday for construction ...Read More

Trigg Native Lives Near California Quake

A Cadiz native living in California returned home Monday after a magnitude 6 ...Read More
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Monument To Honor 555th Parachute Infantry Battalion

Officials at Fort Campbell have announced a special dedication ceremony will be taking place in September for a monument paying tribute to the first black paratroopers assigned to Fort Campbell ...Read More

City Of Hopkinsville Staff Moves To New Municipal Center

City of Hopkinsville offices have relocated to the new Hopkinsville Municipal Center, at 715 South Virginia Street in downtown Hopkinsville ...Read More
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UPDATE - Superior Graphite Employee Dies After Accident

The Kentucky Labor Cabinet will soon begin investigating an accident at Superior Graphite that occurred earlier this month, which may have resulted in the death of a Cadiz Man ...Read More

Princeton Police Investigating Fatal Shooting And Robbery

Princeton Police are investigating a fatal shooting Sunday night that may be connected to a strong armed robbery earlier in the evening ...Read More

Behavioral System Ribbon Cutting At Fort Campbell

A ribbon cutting is scheduled for Wednesday for the new Child, Adolescent and Family Behavioral Health System building at Fort Campbell ...Read More

Still No Clues In Heather Teague Case

Despite two recent tips which led investigators to excavate at two different locations, there is still no new evidence in the disappearance of a western Kentucky woman nineteen years ago ...Read More

Hopkinsville Woman Injured In Parking Lot Crash

A Hopkinsville woman was transported following a single vehicle accident Sunday night near Walmart ...Read More

Kentucky Great For Starting Business

After being near the bottom a year ago, Kentucky’s entrepreneurial climate is now one of the best in the nation ...Read More

Lane Restrictions Back In Place On Bridge

Transportation officials are reminding area residents that the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet has resumed a lane and load width restriction on the US 68 Lake Barkley Bridge ...Read More

Foster Proud Of Recent Honors

Christian County Attorney Mike Foster received two prestigious awards Thursday during the Kentucky Prosecutors annual meeting ...Read More

Kentucky Senate Candidates Discuss Farm Bill

Kentucky's United States Senate candidates agree that the 2014 Farm Bill is a positive for Kentucky Farmers, with one candidate critical of the others alleged lack of involvement ...Read More

Beshear Discusses Ag Economy And Health Care

Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear says he is pleased with the progress being made by the state's ag economy and the results of KYNECT ...Read More

Industrial Hemp Event Monday

Local officials and law enforcement will have a chance to see one of two Industrial Hemp Pilot Projects that are growing this year in Christian County during an Monday event at the Jeff Davis Farm near Pembroke ...Read More

Marshall County Woman Charged After Accident

A Marshall County woman was transported to a Nashville hospital and faces charges following a single vehicle accident Saturday evening.

Armed Robbery In Hopkinsville

Hopkinsville Police let little time slip by before taking a suspect into custody in connection to an armed robbery at the Dollar General on North Main Street in Hopkinsville Friday afternoon.

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.