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01/21/18 07:50 AM
With the government shutdown now in effect, Fort Campbell Officials say the post will be operating with limited staffing ...Read More

(Photo: Logan Co. Jail)
01/20/18 06:35 PM
Authorities say an anonymous tip led to the arrest of a Logan County man wanted in connection to an armed robbery Thursday at the Lewisburg Bank in Adairville... 
01/21/18 02:20 PM
Foul play is not suspected in the death of the Union County Judge Executive ...Read More
01/21/18 02:20 PM
Nominations for the Best of Western Kentucky 2017 are open through 11:59pm Sunday night ...Read More
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01/20/18 02:50 PM
Police say a non-injury wreck at the intersection of Fort Campbell Boulevard and Skyline Drive landed a Hopkinsville man behind bars charged with his second DUI and drug offenses ...Read More
(Source: Christian Co. Jail)
01/20/18 02:20 PM
A disturbance call Friday led to the arrest of a Hopkinsville man for domestic assault and drug trafficking ...Read More
01/20/18 01:10 PM
One person was injured when two semi tractor trailers collided on Interstate 69 in Hopkins County early Saturday morning ...Read More
01/20/18 12:50 PM
A sixth candidate is committed to throwing his name in the hat for Christian County Sheriff ...Read More
01/20/18 12:40 PM
Authorities are looking for a suspect in connection to an armed robbery at the Lewisburg Bank Branch in Adairville Thursday ...Read More
(Source: Kentucky State Police)
01/20/18 12:30 PM
Kentucky State Police are asking for your help as they continue to search for a fugitive who fled from troopers earlier this month ...Read More
01/20/18 09:00 AM
A Madisonville high school student is among Governor Matt Bevin's recent appointments to state boards and commissions ...Read More
(Source: Todd County Detention Center)
01/20/18 06:50 AM
An Elkton man was arrested Friday for trafficking meth ...Read More
01/19/18 04:00 PM
The Christian County Grand Jury returned indictments for 20 individuals Friday on charges ranging from attempted to rape to drug trafficking and DUI ...Read More
01/19/18 04:00 PM
Elkton Police are asking for information regarding a residential burglary ...Read More
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01/19/18 02:30 PM
Executive Director of the Pennyroyal Arts Council, Margaret Primm has announced an error in scheduling ...Read More
01/19/18 01:50 PM
Influenza is causing numerous deaths across the United States and even here in Kentucky ...Read More
(Source: Clarksville Police Dept.)
01/19/18 01:10 PM
A 55-year old man was flown to a Nashville hospital after a two vehicle wreck in Clarksville Thursday afternoon ...Read More
Hopkinsville Community College President, Dr. Alissa Young provided a four-month update on the Emerging Technologies Building construction.
The Hopkinsville Transit System continues to grow and the latest addition is a dispatch center with an indoor stop.
Hopkinsville Community College Emerging Technologies Building could host classes in the Fall of 2019 ...Read More
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State Police have released the names of those killed and injured when a tug-boat exploded on the Tennessee River in Calvert City Friday morning....Read More
Blueberries are an easy-to-grow native fruit with few pests that do well across
(Source: Madisonville Police Dept.)
The Madisonville Police Department is reporting a decrease in traffic accidents and in violent crimes last year ...Read More
Two people are in custody, with Elkton Police searching for a third suspect in connection with a robbery Thursday ...Read More
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A storage facility at the Marshall County Road Department was completely destroyed by fire early Friday morning ...Read More
Beautiful snowy day at Binns Mill in Pee Dee - Video by Susan Watts
Christian County School Board members are closely monitoring what is coming out of Frankfort regarding education funding and reductions ...Read More
The Hopkinsville Transit System continues to grow and the latest addition is a dispatch center with an indoor stop. 
Trent Haddock says it has been a dream of his to serve the citizens of Christian County and he can imagine no better way than to carry on a family legacy. 
The Hopkinsville Fire Department will be hiring a deputy chief to oversee emergency services. 
Appointees to the Cadiz-Trigg County Tourism Commission that were in support of a signed written agreement aimed at holding the Cadiz-Trigg Parks and Recreation Commission accountable, will not be re-appointed. ...Read More
Crews with the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet have started efforts to restock salt supplies and other ice-fighting chemicals to be prepared for the next round of winter weather ...Read More
The murder trial against Julius Catlett, Jr., will go forward in February ...Read More
The Western Kentucky Regional Blood Center is issuing a plea for all blood types ...Read More
An area physician has been named as Vice President of Integrated Services at Jennie Stuart ...Read More
Twelve members and associates of the Mongols Motorcycle Gang were indicted Thursday with racketeering conspiracy and robbery, according to the U ...Read More
The area is welcoming some warmer temperatures and looking at melting snow ...Read More
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet has accepted bids on several major projects in the agencies District 2 counties for the 2018 construction season, which is expected to ramp up in April ...Read More
With the hours counting down to a potential government shutdown, one lawmaker says a continuing resolution is critical for more than one reason ...Read More
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Authorities are looking for the suspect who robbed a bank in Logan County Thursday morning....Read More
(Source: Todd Co. Detention Center)
A traffic stop in Todd County Wednesday netted the arrest of a Guthrie woman for trafficking drugs and carrying a concealed handgun ...Read More
(Source: Logan Co. Detention Center)
A Logan County man was charged over the weekend with his second DUI ...Read More
Police are investigating a burglary at a Paulette Court home in which more than $1,800 of electronics and other items were stolen ...Read More
An 82-year old Hopkinsville man has been charged with third degree sexual abuse ...Read More
Pictures from the beautiful snow covered landscape from the city to the country!
Three area legislators say they were pleased with the commitment to pensions, but concerned about cuts proposed by Governor Matt Bevin ...Read More
Governor Matt Bevin's proposed 2018-19 budget eliminates funding for several programs ...Read More
There are only nine days left to file for partisan office in Kentucky this year ...Read More
Thursday could be the last day you see snow plows out until the next snow event ...Read More
A former Crofton Firefighter could be out of jail soon after the judge lowered his bond Wednesday ...Read More
(Source: Clarksville Police Dept.)
Clarksville Police need the public's help identifying a woman who reportedly stole over $8,000 from a bank account which did not belong to her ...Read More
The sheriff's office is investigating a burglary in which $2,100 worth of tools and other equipment were stolen from a hunting pole barn ...Read More
(Source: Christian Co. Jail)
A Clarksville woman was served three warrants at the Christian County Jail for theft and other charges out of Clarksville ...Read More
(Source: Christian Co. Jail)
A disturbance call on Greenville Road Tuesday led to the arrest of a Hopkinsville man after he allegedly assaulted a pregnant woman ...Read More
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Three prisoners were injured when a transport bus ran off into a ditch on Dawson Springs Road Friday afternoon ...Read More
The former Hopkinsville Police Officer accused of using his position to get sex will be back in court at the end of next month ...Read More
A ribbon cutting will be held Thursday afternoon for the Hopkinsville Transit Dispatch Center ...Read More
Road conditions are continuing to improve with the help of some sunshine and a lot of hard work ...Read More
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Police are conducting a robbery investigation after a vehicle was stolen at a Hopkinsville residence Tuesday night ...Read More
Hopkinsville-Christian County Crime Stoppers need your help locating this week's fugitives ...Read More
Road conditions around the Southern Pennyrile are expected to continue to improve ...Read More
Governor Matt Bevin is promising a fully-funded state pension system as part of a more responsible state budget ...Read More
Did you think you would have THIS much snow and ice to play in?
Enjoy these pictures from the comfort of your home!  Stay Warm!
Lots of pictures of snow fun while off from school and/or work! Tons of Fun!
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The Trigg Co. Communmity Choir Performed Several Selections at Bloomfield Baptist Church during the Genesis Express 23rd MLK, Jr. Program.
A Cadiz man charged with setting a June fire at Trigg County Manor and then stealing a police vehicle and crashing it during the subsequent pursuit has been ordered to undergo a 360-day hospitalization following a mental evaluation. 
A Cadiz man charged with sexual abuse for a second time in a year was sentenced to prison by Judge C.A. Woodall Wednesday in Trigg County Circuit Court. 
A second Trigg County teen has been granted probation in connection with a series of burglaries and arsons in the Canton area in October of 2015. 
Lots of fun in the snow on this snowy day in January during the FIRST Snowfall of 2018. Stay tuned.....more to come!
Renee Williams family and friends, and Michael Hills family enjoying a snowy day!
Snowstorm One in January, 2018. Will there be more to come? Only David Powell knows for sure!
Snowy Scenes Submitted by our Loyal Listeners/Viewers! Everyone was having a great time!
While it may have been an inconvenience to many, there were those who took advantage of the winter weather Friday to have a little fun out in the snow. Click to check out some of the "Pets and Peeps" out in the snow.
Beth Mann talks about at a recent Trigg Co. Chamber Lunch & Learn Meeting.
The Way: Community Champion Recipient Remote. Bill Booth and Kimberly Allen were on hand for the Remote and Lots of Fun,
Alan Watts talks with Gil Lawson, KY Department of Parks while watching for eagles on Kentucky Lake.
Terry Hamby talks about the Anniversary of WWI and history that surrounds this historic event during the Cadiz Rotary Program.
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