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WINTER STORM WARNING THROUGH 6:00AM THURSDAY. 6-8 INCHES OF SNOW, WITH A BAND OF 8-10 INCHES POSSIBLE ACROSS THE AREA. AN INCH OF SLEET IS ALSO POSSIBLE ACROSS WESTERN KENTUCKY..................................For the latest closings and cancellations be sure to visit our Closings page.
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Winter Storm Warning Continues


It continues to appear that the area will see its second significant snowstorm in the past three weeks ...Read More

Garrett Dye Enters Guilty Plea In Murder Of Sister


Garrett Dye will face 25 years in prison after entering a guilty plea to 2011 murder of his adopted sister Amy Dye ...Read More

No Decision On Bond For Sexual Assault Suspect


Still no final decision in regards to bond for on one of the four suspects in the October 2014 sexual assault of a 15-year old Hopkinsville boy ...Read More

Franchise Owner Wins Chik-fil-A Award


A local franchise owner has been named one of the best newcomers to her business ...Read More

Former Muhlenberg County Teacher Selected For Hall Of Fame


Mary Armstrong, a longtime Muhlenberg County educator, was inducted Tuesday into the Governor Louie Nunn Kentucky Teacher Hall of Fame ...Read More

State Senate Passes Jail Legislation


Legislation addressing the status of county jailers in counties with no jails has passed the Kentucky Senate ...Read More

More Trigg Makeup Days Finalized


The Trigg County School Board held a special called meeting Wednesday to iron out some travel details for the Trigg County Arrowcats, which is traveling to the national tournament in Louisville next week ...Read More

Cadiz City Council Hears Crematory Concerns


The concern of some Cadiz residents about Goodwin Funeral Home’s decision to build a crematorium is apparently resulting in the facility being relocated outside the city limits ...Read More

Hopkinsville City Council Take Jobs Measures


Hopkinsville City Council issued Municipal Orders at its meeting Tuesday allowing two existing industries to partially recoup the investment needed to expand their facilities and create jobs ...Read More

Books For Brains Bill Passes Senate


Senate Bill 115, known as the Books for Brains bill, passed the State Senate Tuesday by a 31 to 7 vote ...Read More

Cornell Memory Center Opens On Christian Care Campus


Members of the Hopkinsville community gathered Tuesday for the opening of the city's first center for the care of people suffering from Alzheimer's Disease or other similar diseases ...Read More

Expanding Mental Health Services At Hanson Veterans Center


In an effort to expand mental health services to veterans in western Kentucky, Governor Beshear, along with state and federal veterans officials, is announcing the start of telemental health services out of the Eddie Ballard Western Kentucky Veterans Center in Hanson ...Read More

Senate Committee Takes Sober Look At DUI Laws


The state Senate Committee on Judiciary approved legislation Tuesday designed to crack down on motorists driving on suspended licenses ...Read More

TCH May Soon Accept TriCare


Tri-Care patients in Trigg County may soon be able to go to Trigg County Hospital for services ...Read More

Committee Passes Beer Distributorship Bill


The state of Kentucky may be moving closer to telling a major beer producer that it has to sell off the distributorships it has in Kentucky ...Read More

Honor Eagle Ceremony At Fort Campbell


Fort Campbell will be saying farewell to one commander and hello to another Wednesday ...Read More

Petraeus Reaches Plea Deal


After reaching a plea deal with the Justice Department, former CIA Director and General David Petraeus will plead guilty to mishandling government documents ...Read More

United Way Looking For Volunteer Panelists


A local charitable organization needs help spending their money ...Read More

One Injured In Two Vehicle Collision


One person was injured in an accident on the Edward T Breathitt Pennyrile Parkway at the 11 mile-marker on-ramp around 7:10 am Tuesday, March 3 ...Read More

Career Expo For Christian, Trigg, Todd Counties


Whether you need a job or are just ready for a career change, the Career Pathways Expo in Hopkinsville is the place to start ...Read More

Kentucky House Passes Troop Resolution


The state House of Representatives passed a Joint Resolution that would urge the United States Department of Defense to reconsider proposed cuts to Fort Knox and Fort Campbell ...Read More

President Of Dance Team Boosters Arrested


The former president of a dance team booster club at a western Kentucky high school is now charged with stealing from the club ...Read More
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Fischer Not Interested In Senate Seat


With Senator Rand Paul looking more and more like a Presidential candidate, many are starting to wonder who might step up and challenge him in his effort to keep his Senate seat at the same time ...Read More

Senate Committee Approves Dating Violence Bill


A dating violence bill sponsored by State Representative John Tilley has taken another step towards becoming state law ...Read More

Trigg Judge Executive Provides LBL Logging Update


Trigg County Judge Executive Hollis Alexander says support is continuing to build in the effort to stop logging practices in Land Between the Lakes ...Read More

Bridge Lane Restriction In Lyon County


The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet plans to restrict traffic to one lane on the I-24 Cumberland River Bridge at the Livingston-Lyon County line starting Monday, March 9 ...Read More

LBL Delays Openings Due To Weather


Impending winter weather has prompted Land Between The Lakes National Recreation Area to push back the season opening of campgrounds and facilities for guest safety ...ReadMore

Investigation Leads To Drug Bust


Several people face various drug charges after a joint investigation in Todd County ...Read More

Conway Watches Legislation


Kentucky's Attorney General is keeping a close eye on several key pieces of legislation making their way through the General Assembly ...Read More

Liens Filed Against Bowling Green Developer


Two restaurants have been closed and liens totaling more than two million dollars have been filed against a realty firm involved in development in the area surrounding the Bowling Green Ballpark ...Read More

Two Injured In Saturday Eagle Way Bypass Wreck


Hopkinsville Police say two people were injured in a Saturday afternoon wreck on Eagle Way Bypass near the intersection with Highway 107, the Lafayette Road ...Read More

One Injured In Greenville Road Accident


Hopkinsville Police say one person was injured in a two vehicle wreck Friday morning around 11:10 on Greenville Road near the intersection of Jago Road and Mason Street ...Read More

Ptaszek Steps Down At Pennyroyal Center


The search for a new Executive Director for the Pennyroyal Center is now underway ...Read More

Escapee Found Near Sebree


A prisoner who escaped from the Webster County Sheriff's Department during transport has been apprehended by Kentucky State Police with the help of an officer from the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife ...Read More

Young Artist Works On Display At HCC


Young artists in Christian County get the chance to display their work during the Pennyroyal Arts Council's annual Youth Art Month exhibit at the Hopkinsville Community College Auditorium Gallery this month ...Read More

Hopkinsville Man Charged With Burglary


A Hopkinsville man is charged with Burglary and other charges in connection with an allegedly entered a Berkley Court home in violation of an EPO ...Read More

Clarksville Woman Charged With Assault


A Clarksville woman is facing assault second degree charges after she allegedly injured another woman by ramming her vehicle ...Read More

State Treasurer Candidate Visits Cadiz


With the promise of warmer temperatures on the horizon, the political season is also heating up ...Read More

Animal Cruelty Bills In Kentucky General Assembly


Two bills aimed at strengthening animal rights laws are making their way through the Kentucky General Assembly during the current session ...Read More

Part of Colon Cancer Awareness Month


March is National Colon Cancer Awareness Month and plans are underway to turn the town blue in observance of Dress in Blue Day on Friday, March 6th ...Read More

Potential Winter Storm To Impact Region


Even though the calendar says March, winter may not quite be over just yet ...Read More

Ducks Unlimited Banquet Is A Family Affair


Ducks Unlimited is a world leader in wetlands and waterfowl preservation ...Read More

Statewide Tornado Drill Next Tuesday


Don't be alarmed if you hear a National Weather Service Alert Tuesday morning on WKDZ-WHVO or on your weather radio ...Read More

Legislators Discuss KEES And KTRS


Local legislators say time is drawing near to get critical legislation passed during the current session of the Kentucky General Assembly that is underway in Frankfort ...Read More

Paul Wins CPAC Straw Poll


United States Senator Rand Paul won the Conservative Political Action Committee Presidential Straw Poll Saturday ...Read More

Avalon Hills Home Damaged By Dryer Fire


Hopkinsville Fire officials say a family was forced to leave their home Saturday night after their home was damaged by a fire that began in the dryer ...Read More

Teacher-Student Relationships A Problem In Kentucky


Relationships between teachers and their students are apparently a significant problem in Kentucky.
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Christian County Extension Service Hosts Magistrates


The Christian County Extension service held its annual Report to the People breakfast Saturday and used the opportunity to welcome recently elected fiscal court magistrates ...Read More

Modernettes Host African American Heritage Breakfast


The Modernette Civic Club of Hopkinsville celebrated its 50th anniversary at its African-American Heritage Breakfast Saturday ...Read More

Man Sentenced On Sexual Abuse Charges


A Christian County man was sentenced to eight years in prison after he plead guilty to two counts of 1st Degree Sexual Abuse of two boys under 12 in Christian Circuit Court Friday....Read More

Legislative Week Wrap Up


The Kentucky General Assembly worked this week to make up some ground after missing several days last week due to winter weather ...Read More

Fort Campbell Troops Deploying Again


A contingent of soldiers from Fort Campbell are among more than 2,300 soldiers from three major Army units that will deploy to Afghanistan during the upcoming spring and summer ...Read More

Kentucky Senate Passes Transgender Restroom Legislation


The Kentucky Senate passed legislation Friday to regulate where transgender students may use the restroom in public schools ...Read More