socialfacebooktwitteremailrssiPhoneDroid
From the News Edge: Hopkinsville Police identify suspect arrested after bank robbery Wednesday morning at U.S. Bank on Lafayette Road as Police ID bank robbery suspect as 36-year old Azikiwe Maduka, of Hopkinsville ---- Fort Campbell brigades to deploy to Afghanistan ---- Law enforcement officials investigate injury accident on I-24, near the intersection with U.S. 68 in Trigg County ---- Christian County escapee back in custody ---- Large fire Wednesday morning on court square in Murray ---- Area water treatment plants recognized for quality standards ---- For all of the latest news, be sure to visit our News Page.

Posted: Friday, 14 March 2014 11:00AM

Police Enforcing Speed On Wilma Rudolph Boulevard



For those driving on Wilma Rudolph Boulevard in Clarksville, closely obeying the speed limit is probably good advice. Clarksville Police have announced that they are beefing up traffic enforcement on Wilma Rudolph Boulevard. Police add that warning signs are posted reading "strictly enforced" and "speed limit 45mph.” According to a news release, Clarksville Police will have traffic units in marked patrol vehicles, unmarked vehicles, and on motorcycles.

Statistics show that Wilma Rudolph Blvd. is currently the #2 roadway in Clarksville for traffic collisions. Police say the increased traffic enforcement is to reduce and/or prevent more traffic collisions from occurring.

WebReadyTM Powered by WireReady® NSI


 Follow 
Share