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Hopkinsville Man Indicted For Attempted Murder

A Hopkinsville man is facing attempted murder charges following his indictment Friday by the Christian County Grand Jury...Read More

Two Local Insurance Firms Merging

Two local insurance firms are announcing their merger ...Read More

Free Cedar Christmas Trees At LBL

With Thanksgiving less than a week away, it's time to start thinking about Christmas trees ...Read More

McConnell And Comer Discuss Immigration

Farmers and those in agriculture are closely watching President Obama's Immigration Reform proposal to see how it will affect the H-2-A worker program ...Read More

One Injured In Thursday Night Crash

One person was transported following a two vehicle accident Thursday night at the intersection of East 9th Street and South Main Street ...Read More

Two Injured In Dump Truck Crash

A Hopkinsville man and a Madisonville man were both injured in an accident Thursday afternoon involving two dump trucks ...Read More

Sheriff's Department Advises Of Scam

The Christian County Sheriff's Department is advising residents to be on the lookout for a scam that is apparently operating in the area ...Read More

Soldiers Returning Home Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving will be extra special this year for some families at Fort Campbell ...Read More

Kentucky Employers To Save $112 Million

Governor Steve Beshear announced Friday that employers across the state will save an estimated $112 million for the 2014 tax year as the state has qualified for a waiver under the Federal Unemployment Tax Act ...Read More

New KCTCS President Talks About The System's Future

Kentucky Community and Technical College System Chancellor Dr. Jay Box will serve as the new KCTCS President after a vote by the system's Board of Regents this week....Read More

HCC Enrollment Down Slightly

While fall enrollment at Hopkinsville Community College is down slightly this year officials say the numbers are on track with the number of students attending before the recession ...Read More

2015-16 Christian County School Calendar Set

Christian County students will not experience a typical fall break next year but instead have the entire week of Thanksgiving off, as the Christian County School Board voted to approve the 2015-16 school calendar Thursday night....Read More

Ag Commissioner Speaks At Hutson Expo

Kentucky Ag Commissioner James Comer says the 2014 agricultural year is winding down on a positive note ...Read More

Hendricks Discusses His Administration's Future

Hopkinsville Mayor-elect Carter Hendricks told the Christian County League of Women Voters Thursday that he will address government accountability when his term begins in January ...Read More

Construction Company Passes Employee Milestone

A regional construction company with an office in Hopkinsville has exceeded 500 employees for the first time in company history ...Read More

Trigg Schools Host Ribbon Cutting

Trigg County Primary and Intermediate schools cut a paper chain ribbon Thursday to mark the grand opening of the new facilities on the school campus ...Read More

Fort Campbell Losing 159th Aviation Brigade

The Fort Campbell community is reeling following Thursday's announcement by the Department of Defense that the 159th Aviation Brigade will be deactivated ...Read More

Reaction To Troop Reduction At Fort Campbell

Senators Mitch McConnell and Rand Paul, along with Congressman Ed Whitfield Thursday reacted to the decision to deactivate the 159th Combat Aviation “Thunder” Brigade at Fort Campbell...Read M

Senator McConnell Reacts To Immigration Reform

United States Senator Mitch McConnell says he is concerned about President Obama's decision to implement Immigration Reform without action by the United States Congress ...Read More

State House Republican Caucus Chairman Stepping Down

A top Kentucky House Republican has apparently decided not to seek another term in his leadership position ...Read More

TCPS Class Gets $500 From Cash For The Classroom

An ice cream party may be in the works for a first grade class at Trigg County Primary School after they received $500 through Garland Nissan's Cash for the Classroom program ...Read More

Police Investigating Velma Drive Burglary

Hopkinsville Police are investigating the apparent burglary of a Velma Drive residence ...Read More

Investigation Into Incident At Trigg County Harbor Academy

Officials with the Trigg County Schools and the Cadiz Police Department are continuing their investigation into an incident that occurred Wednesday at the Trigg County Harbor Academy ...Read More

Niche Releases Kentucky High School Rankings

The 2015 Niche Rankings of the best public high schools in Kentucky is out, and local high schools did not fare very well in the rankings ...Read More

Fund Established To Help Monday Fire Victims

A fundraising effort is underway to help a family who not only lost their home to a fire Monday morning ...Read More

Korolevich Trial Going Forward

The trial of the man accused of shooting and killing his wife shortly after she returned from Afghanistan will go forward at the beginning of December ...Read More

Lane Restriction Announced For Pennyrile Parkway

Officials with the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet have announced plans to restrict northbound traffic to one lane on the Pennyrile Parkway in Christian County starting Monday ...Read More

Ring A Bell This Holiday Season

Soon, bells will be ringing at grocery stores and shopping centers near you ...Read More

Tobacco And E-Cigs Banned On State Properties

All state properties and vehicles in Kentucky will be tobacco and electronic cigarette free beginning Thursday, November 20 ...Read More

Hopkinsville Students In Lego League Qualifying

Students from Hopkinsville are among those on 11 teams that will be competing in a First Lego League Regional Qualifying Tournament ...Read More

KCTCS Officially Selects Box As President

In wake of the recent announcement that he was their top choice for the job, it comes as no surprise that the Kentucky Community and Technical College System Board of Regents announced Wednesday that it has selected Jay Box to be the new president ...Read More

Military Appeals Court Considering Akbar Conviction

A military appeals court is now considering the case of a former Fort Campbell soldier who was sentenced to death for killing two fellow soldiers and injuring 14 others in an attack in Kuwait in 2003 ...Read More

WKU Faculty To Go To South Africa

Ten faculty members at Western Kentucky University have been selected to participate in the second annual Zuheir Sofia Endowed International Faculty Seminar in South Africa ...Read More

Entry Deadline For Christmas Parade Extended

If you were wanting to get an entry in this year's Hopkinsville Christmas Parade, you now have a little more time to do so ...Read More

Cram The Cruiser Kicks Off Friday

Kentucky State Police at Post One are preparing to kick off their annual effort to help families in need for the upcoming holiday season ...Read More

Beshear Names New Deputy Chief Of Staff

Governor Steve Beshear is selecting former Lieutenant Governor Jerry Abramson’s chief of staff to serve as his new deputy chief of staff ...Read More

Luallen Selects Chief Of Staff

New Lieutenant Governor Crit Luallen has named a Frankfort resident to serve as her chief of staff ...Read More

Hopkinsville Police Investigating Church Burglary

Hopkinsville Police are investigating a weekend burglary that occurred at a local church ...Read More

Kentucky Road Fund Could Lose $129 Million

While it is good news for motorists at the gas pump, it is not good news for the state of Kentucky ...Read More

Woman Struck While Changing Tire

A Hopkinsville woman was transported to Jennie Stuart Medical Center after being struck while attempting to help change a tire Wednesday morning ...Read More

Hopkinsville Man Arrested After Tuesday Crash

A Hopkinsville man is facing multiple charges following a single vehicle accident Tuesday evening ...Read More

Comer In Hopkinsville Thursday For Luncheon

Kentucky Agriculture Commissioner James Comer will be making a stop in Christian County Thursday ...Read More

Grissom Selected As President For Pennyrile Electric

Pennyrile Electric is looking to the west to find its new President and CEO ...Read More

Two Injured In Crash On Skyline Drive

Two Christian County residents were transported following a two vehicle accident Tuesday afternoon on Skyline Drive ...Read More

State Police Gearing Up For Holiday Period

With the Thanksgiving holiday coming up next week, Kentucky State Police are gearing up to help try and make it a safer time on Kentucky highways ...Read More

Library Recognized By Chamber Of Commerce

The Christian County Chamber of Commerce is recognizing the Hopkinsville-Christian County Public Library as the November Herb Hays Furniture Quality Service Award Winner ...Read More

Hopkinsville Council Approves Walmart Rezoning

The Hopkinsville City Council approved the first reading of an ordinance rezoning the proposed Walmart property at Canton Pike and Country Club Lane during its meeting Tuesday night....Read More

Janice Mason Remains Great Art Museum

The oldest art museum in the area has purchased property around the museum and one day hopes to build and open a performing arts theatre ...Read More

Defense Secretary Talks Troop Reduction

Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel visited Fort Campbell Monday and in addition to talking about the mission in west Africa, the Secretary discussed the nationwide reduction of troops ...Read More

Trigg Hospital Hosts Ebola Discussion

Trigg County Hospital hosted a tabletop discussion about Ebola preparedness in Cadiz on Tuesday ...Read More

Number Of Illegals Dropping In Kentucky

According to the results of a new study, the number of illegal immigrants in Kentucky has seen a significant drop in a three year period ...Read More

Candidates Emerging For Speaker Pro Tem

With the recent announcement by Representative Larry Clark that he would not seek another term as House Speaker Pro Tem, the candidates for the position are beginning to stake out their ground ...Read More

LBL Opening Areas To Archery Deer Hunting

Officials at Land Between the Lakes have announced that areas typically marked as no hunting zones will be opening to archery deer hunting effective December 1 ...Read More

State Fines Campbellsville College

State safety officials are handing down a fine to Campbellsville University in connection to an incident that claimed the life of a Campbellsville firefighter ...Read More

Farm Bureau Leaders Visit Trigg County

President Mark Haney and other leaders of Kentucky Farm Bureau Federation and the insurance company are traveling through Western Kentucky to hear the concerns ...Read More

Kentucky Retailers Feeling More Confident About Holidays

It appears that Kentucky retailers are feeling more confident as the all important holiday shopping season approaches ...Read More

Trigg County Attorney Recognized For Child Support Collection

A local County Attorney is among those being recognized by the Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services for his efforts in child support collection ...Read More

Find KY Proud Products Near You

If you want to buy products grown, raised or processed in Kentucky by Kentuckians, look for the Kentucky Proud label ...Read More

Russell Arrested On Child Support Charges

An accused murderer was taken into custody over the weekend in Cadiz but not in connection to the murder charges he faces ...Read More

Vote On KCTCS President Could Come Wednesday

The selection of the president for the Kentucky Community and Technical College System could take place Wednesday ...Read More

Officers Allegedly Assaulted During Arrest

A Cadiz man faces multiple charges after he was arrested Saturday night by Cadiz Police....Read More

Two Calloway County Residents Injured Early Saturday

Two Calloway County residents were transported following a single vehicle crash early Saturday morning on Interstate 69 in Caldwell County ...Read More

Mammoth Cave Proposing Fee Increases

It may soon be more expensive to visit one of Kentucky's national parks ...Read More

Caldwell County Man Arrested After Saturday Crash

A Caldwell County man faces charges following a single vehicle accident Saturday afternoon ...Read More

Caldwell County Man Injured In Saturday Morning Crash

A Caldwell County man was injured Saturday in a single vehicle accident on Pleasant Hill Road ...Read More

Appeals Hearing For Hasan Akbar

The former Fort Campbell soldier who was sentenced to death for killing two fellow soldiers and injuring 14 others during an attack in Kuwait in 2003 is getting an appeals hearing of his case ...Read More

Hopkinsville Police Investigating Armed Robbery

Hopkinsville Police are investigating an early morning robbery that occurred at a Howell Street residence ...Read More

Pennyroyal Arts Council Fundraiser

The Pennyroyal Arts Council hosted one of its largest annual fundraisers as the community came together Monday evening to support Hopkinsville's most prominent arts venue, the Alhambra Theatre ...Read More

Cadiz Man Injured In Monday Crash

A Cadiz man was treated at Trigg County Hospital Monday night after he was injured during a single vehicle wreck on Hurricane Road ...Read More

Cattle Truck Cleanup Leads To Second Crash

A Tennessee man was able to avoid injury Monday evening when his tractor trailer overturned on Interstate 24 while trying to avoid traffic that was stopped for cleanup from Monday morning's cattle truck crash ...Read More

Business Owner Proposes Move For Sheriff's Department

A downtown Cadiz business owner is proposing Trigg Fiscal Court relocate the Sheriff's Department to the old IGA building in west Cadiz....Read More

I-24 Back Open After Cattle Truck Wreck

Traffic on I-24 is back to normal after a Monday morning tractor-trailer wreck resulted in problems in Lyon County until 9:00 Monday night....Read More