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A Hopkinsville man is in jail after he allegedly tried to encourage other people to kill police officers ...Read More
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Hopkinsville Police say a suspect has been charged in connection with a Sunday morning stabbing that occurred near the apartment complex at 307 East 12th Street.
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Although the crowd at the annual Fancy Farm Picnic was more subdued than it was in the midst of last year's heated Senate race between Mitch McConnell and Alison Grimes, plenty of people still showed up to cheer and jeer the candidates ...Read More
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The Kentucky Attorney General candidates took time to make political jabs at one another Saturday during the annual Fancy Farm Picnic, but also got in a few points of their campaigns.
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With Sunday's loss to Dubois County, the season came to a close for the Hoptown Hoppers ...Read More
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