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South Virginia Street Closure

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet says a portion of South Viriginia Street in downtown Hopkinsville will be closed Tuesday night....Read More

Cadiz Man Charged With Arson

A Cadiz man is facing arson charges following his arrest Thursday by Hopkinsville Police ...Read More

Contract Awarded For I-69 Construction

Governor Steve Beshear Friday announced the award of a contract for more of the improvements needed for bringing the Purchase Parkway up to interstate highway standards and eventual designation as Interstate 69 ...Read More

Memorial Honors Sacrifice And Support

A somber group gathered at Fort Campbell Memorial Park in Hopkinsville to honor the sacrifice of 248 101st Airborne soldiers and eight crew members who died when their plane crashed in Gander, Newfoundland, on December 12, 1985 ...Read More

Kids Get New Shoes Through Program

As student success becomes more vital than ever to success after high school, communities are often pulling together to make it happen ...Read More

Indictments Handed Down In Sexual Assault Case

The three Hopkinsville men and a Hopkinsville juvenile charged with sexually assaulting a Hopkinsville teenager back in October have now been indicted by the Christian County Grand Jury....Read More

Texas Man Arrested For Stealing Tanker

A Texas man is charged with stealing a gas tanker following his arrest Thursday by Princeton Police ...Read More

Seiber Discusses Afghanistan Progress

A military official in Afghanistan says progress is being made as the Afghan National Army assumes security duties throughout the country....Read More

Alex Poythress Lost For Season

Heading into a weekend showdown with North Carolina, there is bad news for the Kentucky Wildcats ...Read More

Hopkinsville Woman Charged With Stabbing Boyfriend

A Hopkinsville woman is facing assault charges following a stabbing incident late Thursday night ...Read More

Tourism Authorizes $30,000 Strategic Study

The Trigg County Tourism Commission approved a $30,000 strategic plan at its December meeting Thursday ...Read More

Principals Address Declining Test Scores

The Trigg County Board of Education heard updates on school improvement plans for addressing lagging test scores from its high school and middle school principals Thursday night ...Read More

Helping Hands Raises More Than $5,000

The Trigg County Helping Hands organization will have more than five-thousand dollars to help feed local families in need ...Read More

Craft Bazaar Features Unique Gifts

The Janice Mason Art Museum in Cadiz is hosting a juried Craft Bazaar Friday, Saturday and Sunday ...Read More

Gander Crash Remembered On Morning Shows

It's been 29 years since a plane carrying 248 soldiers in the 101st Airborne crashed in Gander, Newfoundland, killing everyone on board ...Read More

Perception Of Crime In Hopkinsville

Interim Hopkinsville Police Chief Clayton Sumner says the perception of Hopkinsville is one of the main things that needs to change if we want to see growth ...Read More

Flu Activity On The Rise

It's that time of year again. Yes, it's flu season ...Read More

Late Muzzleloader Season Opens Saturday

Hunters do not have to wait until next fall to harvest a deer with a firearm in Kentucky ...Read More

Passing Of The Wreaths

Carried by veterans, escorted by veterans, and delivered by veterans the wreaths to be placed on the graves of soldiers made their way through the area Thursday morning ...Read More

Archer Daniels Midland Company Expanding

There is good economic news for northern Kentucky ...Read More

McConnell Says Paul Will Have A Tough Challenge

Kentucky Senator and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell says    running for president and the Senate at the same time in Kentucky would be a "tough challenge" for Rand Paul ...Read More

Hopkinsville Man Arrested For Drug Trafficking

A Hopkinsville man faces drug trafficking charges following his arrest Wednesday by Hopkinsville Police ...Read More

Next Bridge Closure Coming Up Friday Night

After being postponed twice over the past week, transportation officials are announcing the next planned overnight closure of the Eggners Ferry Bridge ...Read More

State Denies Noah's Ark Theme Park Funding

The Kentucky Tourism, Arts and Heritage Cabinet is turning down the request for 18 million dollars of funding for the proposed Noah's ark theme park in Northern Kentucky ...Read More

Advocates Pleased With Mental Health Screening Legislation

Military groups and mental health advocates are pleased with the expected passage of legislation that will require annual mental health screenings for military service members ...Read More

Kentucky General Fund Revenue Up In November

Kentucky's General Fund is taking more money than last year according to the latest report issued Wednesday ...Read More

Festival Of Trees At Museum

The annual Festival of Trees is on display at the Janice Mason Art Museum in Cadiz ...Read More

New Attorney Appears For Champion At Arraignment

In dramatic fashion, Paducah attorney Tom Osborne took over the defense of accused murderer Ryan Champion during Champion's arraignment Wednesday afternoon in Trigg Circuit Court ...Read More

Princeton Woman Indicted For Abuse

A Princeton woman who was indicted in October for abuse of an adult entered a not guilty plea in Christian Circuit Court Wednesday morning ...Read More

KSP Push FinishStrongKY Initiative

The Kentucky State police say that preliminary statistics indicate that seven people died on Kentucky roadways from Monday, Dec ...Read More

Speeding Tickets Written Tuesday

Drivers on Fort Campbell Boulevard in Hopkinsville should watch their speed because the ever vigilant Hopkinsville Police Officer Frederico Rodriguez is on patrol ...Read More

Final Performance of the Madrigal Feast is This Week

A Christmas tradition in Hopkinsville for more than 30 years will come to an end this week with the final performance of the Christmas Madrigal Feast ...Read More

Kuttawa Council Tables Tourism Commission Split

The city of Kuttawa is delaying a decision concerning breaking away from the Lake Barkley Tourist Commission until January ...Read More

Assistant Commonwealth Attorney Speaks To Rotary Club

Assistant Commonwealth Attorney Carrie Ovey-Wiggins says she is hoping to be the one selected to replace her father as Commonwealth Attorney when he officially retires at the beginning of 2015 ...Read More

Police Investigating Theft Of Deposits

Hopkinsville Police are investigating a possible theft by an employee of a local business ...Read More

Farewell Reception For Mayor Kemp

A farewell reception will be held for Mayor Dan Kemp on Tuesday, December 16, at 5:00 pm at the Hopkinsville Municipal Center at 715 Virginia Street ...Read More

Veterans Cemetery Wreath Laying Ceremony

Volunteers will be placing wreaths on the headstones of veterans at Kentucky Veterans Cemetery West on Saturday ...Read More

Festival Of Trees In Hopkinsville

The 5th Annual Festival of Trees in Hopkinsville was held December 4 through 7 ...Read More

Poole Mill Road Accident

A Hopkinsville man was flown from the scene of an accident Tuesday afternoon in Christian County ...Read More

Boil Water Advisory For Parts Of Todd County

Some customers of the Todd County Water District have been placed under a Boil Water Advisory ...Read More

Kids Turn Trash Into Treasure

Trigg County students participated in the annual Trash Sculpture Competition Tuesday morning at Trigg County Middle School ...Read More

Assault Involving Machete

Hopkinsville Police arrested a local man Monday after a reported fight with his girlfriend and her brother that involved a machete ...Read More

Hopkinsville Teen Thrown From Bike

A Hopkinsville teen was taken to the hospital Monday evening after he was struck by a vehicle while riding his bike ...Read More

Well Known Car Dealer Dies

One of the most recognizable names in automotive dealerships in the state has died ...Read More

State Chamber President Speaks At Eye Opener Breakfast

Education will take the top spot as the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce makes preparations for the upcoming legislative session in January ...Read More

Westerfield Receives MVP From State Chamber

State Senator Whitney Westerfield received the Most Valuable Player award from the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce at Tuesday's Eye Opener Breakfast ...Read More

Quality Service Award Presented To Museum

This month's Herb Hayes Quality Service Award was presented to the Museums of Historic Hopkinsville and Christian County ...Read More

Whooping Cranes Confirmed In Western Kentucky

State wildlife officials are reporting the presence of an endangered species in the Pennyrile region ...Read More

Holliday Touts Dual Credit Courses

State legislators are considering a range of options to promote dual credit courses as a way to increase college enrollment while reducing the cost of a degree ...Read More

Transportation Cabinet Working On US 431

Transportation officials are announcing that they have developed a plan to address wet weather traffic crashes at two curves along US 431 in southern Muhlenberg County ...Read More

Logan County Deputy Injured In Crash

Two people were injured, including a Logan County Sheriff's Deputy, in a two vehicle accident Monday in Logan County ...Read More

Marshall Butler Celebrates 100th Birthday

A large group was on hand at the Christian Health Center Monday to celebrate the birthday of Christian County's best known centenarian, Marshall Butler ...Read More

Trial Date Set For Russellville Murder Suspect

A trial date has been set for a former Hopkinsville resident accused in the 2013 murder of a Russellville man ...Read More

Clinton Leading Paul In Bloomberg Poll

The latest Bloomberg Poll shows Kentucky Senator Rand Paul trailing former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in a potential Presidential race ...Read More

Humphries To Vice Chair Senate Budget Committee

First District State Senator Stan Humphries will serve as Vice Chair of the State Senate Budget Committee...Read More