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01/17/18 06:10 AM
Governor Matt Bevin is promising a fully-funded state pension system as part of a more responsible state budget ...Read More

01/17/18 05:30 PM
Thursday could be the last day you see snow plows out until the next snow event ...Read More
01/17/18 01:40 PM
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
01/17/18 01:20 PM
A ribbon cutting will be held Thursday afternoon for the Hopkinsville Transit Dispatch Center ...Read More
01/17/18 05:30 PM
There are only nine days left to file for partisan office in Kentucky this year ...Read More
01/17/18 04:30 PM
A former Crofton Firefighter could be out of jail soon after the judge lowered his bond Wednesday ...Read More
(Source: Clarksville Police Dept.)
01/17/18 03:50 PM
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
01/17/18 03:40 PM
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)
01/17/18 03:20 PM
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)
01/17/18 02:50 PM
A disturbance call on Greenville Road Tuesday led to the arrest of a Hopkinsville man after he allegedly assaulted a pregnant woman ...Read More
(Source: Google Map)
01/17/18 02:20 PM
Three prisoners were injured when a transport bus ran off into a ditch on Dawson Springs Road Friday afternoon ...Read More
01/17/18 11:30 AM
Road conditions are continuing to improve with the help of some sunshine and a lot of hard work ...Read More
(Source: Google Map)
01/17/18 09:50 AM
Police are conducting a robbery investigation after a vehicle was stolen at a Hopkinsville residence Tuesday night ...Read More
01/17/18 09:50 AM
Hopkinsville-Christian County Crime Stoppers need your help locating this week's fugitives ...Read More
01/17/18 08:00 AM
Road conditions around the Southern Pennyrile are expected to continue to improve ...Read More
01/16/18 05:10 PM
Christian County road crews are home for the night and will be back on the roads in snow plows Wednesday morning ...Read More
01/16/18 05:10 PM
It has been slow going in Trigg County as crews work to clear county roads ...Read More
Frozen water pipes may have led to a home being damaged by fire on College Street Tuesday afternoon ...Read More
The Salvation Army in Hopkinsville will have its Shelter open 24 hours during this cold weather ...Read More
The recent cold snap is triggering a spike in energy use by Pennyrile Electric members and other utilities across the region ...Read More
A former Christian County Jailer passed away over the weekend in Clarksville ...Read More
Snow is covering western Kentucky and it is more than originally planned for ...Read More
(Source: Christian Co. Jail)
Police say an argument between a married couple led to the arrest of the husband after he assaulted his wife and held her against her will ...Read More
(Source: Christian Co. Jail)
A Hopkinsville man arrested on Christmas Day for DUI is facing his second DUI after an accident in the Piggly Wiggly parking lot Monday afternoon ...Read More
Emergency officials in Trigg County have been busy Tuesday providing motorist assists ...Read More
Did you think you would have THIS much snow and ice to play in?
There were no major wrecks in Christian County overnight or early Tuesday morning ...Read More
Streets in Cadiz are beginning to see some improvements after city crews began clearing them early Tuesday morning ...Read More
Enjoy these pictures from the comfort of your home!  Stay Warm!
The major thoroughfares in Hopkinsville are mostly clear, with city crews now focusing on secondary streets ...Read More
Lots of pictures of snow fun while off from school and/or work! Tons of Fun!
Christian County road crews are hoping to make a pass over all county roads by the end of the day ...Read More
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(Photo: Rockcastle Road, Trigg County)
Roads around the Southern Pennyrile are extremely slick and hazardous ...Read More
Wake-up and stay woke. That was the theme of services Monday at Bloomfield Missionary Baptist Church celebrating the life and sacrifice of Dr ...Read More
(Source: KYTC)
Kentucky Transportation Cabinet snow and ice removal crews plan will continue working late Monday night, according to spokesman Keith Todd ...Read More
The dream of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. lives on 50 years after his assassination and residents in Hopkinsville are honoring that legacy ...Read More
The Trigg Co. Communmity Choir Performed Several Selections at Bloomfield Baptist Church during the Genesis Express 23rd MLK, Jr. Program.
(Source: National Weather Service Paducah)
The National Weather Service has placed our area under a Winter Weather Advisory until Midnight Monday night ...Read More
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. 
(Source: Todd Co. Jail)
A call about a man lying on the side of US 68 Sunday led to the arrest of an Elkton man for meth possession....Read More
(Source: Google Map)
Clarksville Police are investigating a shooting that left a man dead Sunday evening ...Read More
(Source: Christian Co. Jail)
A 19-year old Cadiz man was arrested over the weekend for burglary and assault ...Read More
(Source: Christian Co. Jail)
A Hopkinsville man was charged over the weekend with burglary and domestic assault ...Read More
(Source: Christian Co. Jail)
Police say a Hopkinsville man pulled over Saturday night for driving with his headlights off and a canceled vehicle registration was arrested for being a convicted felon and possessing a handgun, and other offenses ...Read More
(Source: Christian Co. Jail)
A Hopkinsville man was charged with DUI after police say he slid off the road and hit a utility pole Saturday night ...Read More
Four members of the Kentucky House of Representatives from the Pennyrile Area are ready to hear a bleak budget report Tuesday night ...Read More
Area State Senators say they are expecting Governor Matt Bevin to lay out a bleak budget picture for 2018-19 ...Read More
A retired Hopkinsville Police officer will officially announce his candidacy for Christian County Sheriff later this week ...Read More
The home of a Trigg County Rescue member was destroyed by fire Saturday ...Read More
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!
(Photo: Facebook/Trigg Co. Sheriff\\\'s Dept.)
Roads remain slick and hazardous around the area. ...Read More
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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