Past Weeks :  
Traffic is now flowing across the new Lake Barkley Bridge along US 68-80 at Canton ...Read More
No injuries were reported to the driver of a tractor trailer that overturned on Interstate 24 near the 65 mile-marker at the US 68 Cadiz-Hopkinsville interchange ...Read More
A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect until midnight Sunday Night ...Read More
Five people are dead following a murder-suicide Saturday in Johnson County, Kentucky ...Read More
Legislators believe the pension reform bill and the budget bill will be released at the same time ...Read More
The Marshall County Grand Jury will meet this week for the first time since the fatal shooting at Marshall County High School that claimed two lives ...Read More
As Fort Campbell's headquarters group prepares for deployment, some high ranking officials are stopping by ...Read More
Kentucky State Police are investigating an officer involved shooting in Bowling Green ...Read More
Work to repair the railroad crossing at Skyline Drive in Hopkinsville is complete ...Read More
A Trenton man and a man from Mexico are facing charges for alledgedly trafficking in drugs ...Read More
The double fatality on Interstate 24 in southern Christian County Monday was the first deaths reported on roads in the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet's District 2 ...Read More
The Christian County Grand Jury handed down 15 indictments Friday ranging from weapons to drug related charges ...Read More
A former Christian County Sheriff's Deputy is facing a theft charge ...Read More
Under a bill that cleared the House, homeschool students would be able to participate in state-sponsored interscholastic sports ...Read More
A Hopkinsville teen was injured in a two vehicle rear end collision on Country Club Lane Thursday afternoon ...Read More
A Hopkinsville woman was injured in a single vehicle wreck on Eagle Way Bypass Thursday afternoon ...Read More
A Hopkinsville couple was arrested Thursday afternoon for the theft of a vehicle from a car lot on Walnut Street ...Read More
Police say a traffic stop on a vehicle with only one headlight led to the arrest of a White Plains man for DUI and possessing meth ...Read More
A fugitive wanted in Marshall County after he fled from police last month has been arrested in McCracken County ...Read More
A suspect wanted in connection to a bank robbery in Clarksville Thursday afternoon barricaded himself in a room at a Motel 6 on Wilma Rudolph Boulevard Friday morning ...Read More
The Kentucky Public Service Commission will hold a public meeting to take public comments regarding an increase to Atmos Energy rates ...Read More
False Report charges against a Trigg County Magistrate were dismissed following a recommendation by the Prosecutor ...Read More
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet is confirming traffic will be moved to the new Lake Barkley Bridge Monday, February 12 ...Read More
Two of three new appointments to the Cadiz-Trigg County Tourism Commission got a rundown of operations Thursday ...Read More
A conversation on how best to protect students and teachers is underway in Trigg County Public Schools following a rash of threats over the last two weeks ...Read More
Governor Matt Bevin has appointed a Sturgis man as Union County's Judge-Executive after the death of Jody Jenkins last month ...Read More
February is American Heart Month and the American Heart Association is hoping you will take time to check your heart health ...Read More
Police are looking for the suspect that robbed a bank on Madison Street in Clarksville Thursday afternoon ...Read More
Three Princeton men are facing various charges after they were arrested by Princeton Police in separate incidents this week ...Read More
Two Dawson Springs residents were arrested at a Madisonville motel after police reportedly found about 300 grams of meth and other drugs inside the room ...Read More
A Madisonville man was arrested on a warrant Wednesday morning was also charged for possessing a stolen firearm ...Read More
Human remains found near Auburn in December have been identified by Kentucky State Police ...Read More
Police say a Hopkinsville man involved in a two vehicle injury wreck near Hopkinsville High School was charged with leaving the scene of an accident and failing to render aid ...Read More
Three people arrested Tuesday for allegedly using forged credit cards in Hopkinsville are facing an additional charge ...Read More
The Key Clubs in Christian County are being proactive about social media and online safety ...Read More
A change in ownership of a Todd County industry will continue to provide stability for the employees and customers ...Read More
Motorists and residents in Hopkinsville need to be aware the Hopkinsville Surface and Storm Water Utility's Flood Control Project will result in some street closures ...Read More
A Cadiz manufacturing facility is being recognized for excellent work by General Motors for the fifth year in a row ...Read More
A new internet service is aimed at making broadband accessibility more equal across Kentucky ...Read More
The City of Crofton is holding a special meeting Sunday in order to obtain public support for renovating the North Christian Veterans Memorial Park ...Read More
The population in Christian and Montgomery counties could see a significant increase in the 2020 census ...Read More
Six years after the murder of a Fort Campbell soldier the man accused is admitting his part ...Read More
The Hopkins County Sheriff's Office is investigating an armed robbery that occurred at a Mortons Gap bank Wednesday afternoon ...Read More
The owner and manager of a popular new restaurant in the Broadbent Square area of Cadiz is assuring her neighbors and the community she has no plans to erect signs advertising the sale of alcohol ...Read More
Staff at the new TownePlace Suites by Marriott are ready to help guests stay, work, and play in the Hopkinsville community ...Read More
A Hopkinsville man is facing his second DUI after he was reportedly stopped for speeding on Fort Campbell Boulevard ...Read More
Three people have been charged with theft and other offenses after police say they used forged credit cards to make purchases at multiple convenience stores in Hopkinsville ...Read More
Hopkinsville-Christian County Crime Stoppers need your help locating this week's fugitives ...Read More
The westbound lanes of Interstate 24 in Lyon County are closed due to an overturned semi on the Cumberland River Bridge ...Read More
An adult and juvenile were injured in a two vehicle rear-end collision on Interstate 69 in Hopkins County ...Read More
A Hopkinsville man has been arrested in connection to robbing a 95-year old woman over the weekend ...Read More
An ordinance that would change advertising restrictions in the Cadiz Alcohol ordinance is one step closer to being approved ...Read More
The training of emergency responders was put to the test this week when a fatal multiple vehicle crash closed Interstate-24 ...Read More
The chance of freezing is expected to continue to taper off this morning after 7:00, with officials warning drivers to be on the lookout for some isolated slick spots ...Read More
Due to the flu, Stewart County Schools will be closed the remainder of this week...
Two members of the Hopkinsville Fire and Emergency Services recevied a promotion in rank during Tuesday's city council meeting ...Read More
Kentucky State Police have released the details of a nine vehicle pile-up, double fatality wreck that occurred on Interstate 24 in southern Christian County Monday morning...
Governor Matt Bevin hosted the 52nd Annual Kentucky Governor's Prayer Breakfast Tuesday morning in Lexington ...Read More
The Grand Rivers community is reeling from the fire at Patti's 1880's Settlement Restaurant ...Read More
Trigg, Christian, Caldwell, Todd, Calloway and Lyon will be among fifty-one Kentucky counties getting AT&T Fixed Wireless Internet Service ...Read More
The new Lake Barkley bridge along US 68-80 will likely be open by the middle of next week ...Read More
A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect from 6:00 Tuesday night until 6:00 Wednesday morning for the northern portion of the WKDZ-WHVO listening area ...Read More
A Fort Campbell soldier was recently recognized on the floor of the state House of Representatives in Frankfort for his heroic action last summer ...Read More
Law enforcement agencies were on the campus of Trigg County Schools Tuesday morning conducting a random search ...Read More
Police say a Hopkinsville man injured in a wreck Sunday afternoon was cited to court to face charges after he gets out of the hospital ...Read More
A popular Grand Rivers tourism destination could be back open for business in six to eight weeks ...Read More
Police say a vehicle traveling the wrong way on a one way street led to the arrest of two Clarksville women on multiple drug charges ...Read More
Plans are already shaping up to rebuild the kitchen and office area at Patti's Restaurant in Grand Rivers ...Read More
A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect from 6 Tuesday night until 6 Wednesday morning for the northern portion of the WKDZ-WHVO listening area ...Read More
Trigg County Fiscal Court is moving forward with three new appointments to Cadiz-Trigg County Tourism Commission ...Read More
A famous lakes area eatery was extensively damaged by fire Monday morning. 
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.
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,
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