Todd County Home Destroyed By Fire

A Todd County home was destroyed by fire on New Year's Day. According to the Elkton Fire Department, no one was home at 1834 Old Railroad Lane when the fire broke out early that morning, so there...Read More

Cotthoff Opening New Law Practice In 2018

A new law practice is opening for business in Hopkinsville. On New Years Eve, former Assistant Commonwealth's Attorney Michael Cotthoff announced he would be starting his own practice in 2018. After serving as Assistant Commonwealth's Attorney in...Read More

No New Information Released On Cadiz Bank Robbery

No new information has been released concerning the recent bank robbery in Cadiz. The Cadiz Police Department began investigating the Heritage Bank robbery Wednesday around 11:20. Cadiz Police Major Duncan Wiggins is asking for the public's help...Read More

Time To Nominate Best Of Western KY

For the third year in a row the community will have a chance to select their favorite businesses using an online voting system. Nominations are being taken in the 2017 Best of Western Kentucky contest through later...Read More

The Way Youth Center Continues Expansion

The Way Christian County Youth Center is hoping to continue expanding services in 2018. Board member Carl Heckman says as long as a program reaches youth, it will be considered.     Heckman invites any students that have...Read More

Emergency Officials Say Take Precautions With Cold

Emergency Management officials are encouraging people to check on the elderly during this extremely cold weather. Trigg Emergency Management Director David Bryant says the elderly are sometimes hesitant to bother others if they experience problems staying warm...Read More

Man Charged With Running Over Woman

A Hopkinsville man is in custody for allegedly running over a woman in December. Kentucky State Police arrested 21 year-old Michael Wolf shortly before 5:00 Saturday afternoon and charged him with Assault 1st degree and Carrying a...Read More

Cold Temperatures Gripping Area Through Midweek

Temperatures across Western Kentucky are expected to continue their plunge through New Year's night as bitterly cold air moves into the region. The National Weather Service has issued a wind chill advisory that will be in effect...Read More