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U.S. Supreme Court To Decide On Hearing Dunlap Appeal

A date has now been set for the Supreme Court to decide whether or not it will hear the case of admitted triple murderer Kevin Wayne Dunlap.





Wednesday, February 6th, 2014, Cadiz resident, Caleb Reynolds, stopped by to chat with Michael Davis and Cindy Allen Lax about his experience auditioning for the VOICE TV Show.  Listen in to find out the inside scoop. 
Clarksville Police have identified the victim of Friday afternoon's fatal shooting and arrested three young men in connection to the murder. Clarksville Police Sergeant Charles Gill reports that investigators say 19-year old Adam Marquez was shot and killed during an altercation which escalated into gunfire Friday afternoon in the yard of a residence across the street from the YMCA on Needmore Road. 20-year old Joshua Aretz, 18-year old Clinton Hunter III, and a 17-year old juvenile have been charged with criminal homicide. Artez and Hunter are being held in the Montgomery County Jail while the juvenile was taken to the Columbia Juvenile Detention Center. This is an ongoing... Read More >>
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. Pendleton told the News Edge Hendricks' decision will help make the Friday, September 5th, debate at the Murray State University Regional Campus in Hopkinsville about the issues.     Pendleton says he will be kicking his campaign into high gear next week.     The noon debate will be sponsored by WKMS in Murray. WebReadyTM Powered by WireReady® NSI
Two men are charged with Attempted Murder, while the victim of a Saturday morning shooting and a female companion face drug and other charges following an incident Saturday morning on Maggie Road, in Trigg County. Trigg County Sheriff Ray Burnam tells the News Edge, deputies were called out around 10:30 Saturday morning after 31-year old Daniel Heinricy waved down a vehicle after suffering a gunshot wound to his leg. When the ambulance arrived on the scene, Heinricy decided to refuse treatment from EMS, and was instead taken to Jennie Stuart Medical Center by his mother. Burnam says Heinricy was treated and released at Jennie Stuart. Following treatment, Heinricy was arrested on charges... Read More >>
At least one of the two people involved in a shooting Saturday in Muhlenberg County is a suspect in a string of home invasions in the county. According to WFIE-TV, State Police say Jesse Hailey attempted to run over a Muhlenberg County Sheriff's deputy, after the deputy had pulled him over. The deputy responded by firing shots into the vehicle, striking Hailey. Hailey was flown to University Hospital in Louisville, reportedly in critical condition. The passenger in Hailey’s vehicle, Kristi Copeland, of Wingo, was taken to the hospital for treatment, and then transferred to the Muhlenberg County Jail. Authorities say she is a suspect in the recent home invasions in Muhlenberg... Read More >>
Making good on his challenge to the other candidates in the Hopkinsville Mayoral race, Republican candidate Carter Hendricks disclosed his work and income history to media members Monday morning. Hendricks says when he made the decision to leave the Christian County Chamber of Commerce to run for Hopkinsville Mayor, he still had to make money to support his family.     Hendricks says the decision to leave the Chamber was not an easy one.     It has been reported that Hendricks was making around $84,000 as Chamber President and CEO. He says as a consultant he has made around $32,000 this year, part of that from a transitional contract... Read More >>
A Hopkinsville man is facing drug and weapons charges following an incident of shots fired Sunday evening in the area of North McPherson Street. According to the report, officers were dispatched around 7:30pm, and upon their arrival found shell casings in the street. Witnesses then told officers that 25-year old William Johnston was allegedly responsible for the shots fired, and then drove to a residence at 165 North McPherson. During the course of the investigation, a K9 unit alerted on Johnston’s vehicle. The ensuing search of the vehicle discovered a loaded handgun, cash, marijuana, and a digital scale. Johnston reportedly admitted that the car belonged to him. He was arrested on... Read More >>