News Edge

Secondary Roads Still Needing Sunshine

Road conditions around the Southern Pennyrile are expected to continue to improve. Kentucky Transportation Cabinet District One and Two spokesman Keith Todd says sunshine helped crews make progess Tuesday.     Todd says crews will be concentrating on...Read More

Governor Bevin Commits To Priorities In Budget

Governor Matt Bevin is promising a fully-funded state pension system as part of a more responsible state budget. The Governor laid out his priorities during the State of the Commonwealth Address Tuesday night at the State Capitol....Read More

Trigg County Crew Clears Numerous Roads

It has been slow going in Trigg County as crews work to clear county roads. Judge Executive Hollis Alexander asks that residents be patient as crews continue plowing roads.     He adds the sun helped with clearing....Read More

College Street Home Damaged By Fire Tuesday

Frozen water pipes may have led to a home being damaged by fire on College Street Tuesday afternoon. Hopkinsville Fire Department Public Information Officer Lt. Michael Pendleton tells the News Edge two stations responded to a structure...Read More

Salvation Army Opens Shelter For Warm Place

The Salvation Army in Hopkinsville will have its Shelter open 24 hours during this cold weather. Captain Jose Marquez says the shelter on East 7th Street will be available to anyone looking for a warm place during...Read More

Energy Usage Up Due To Cold Snap

The recent cold snap is triggering a spike in energy use by Pennyrile Electric members and other utilities across the region. Pennyrile Electric spokesman Brent Gilkey says they want to encourage their members to be aware of...Read More