The NWS Storm Prediction Center has issued a Severe Thunderstorm Watch until 9:00pm. Threats with storms that develop will include widespread damaging winds likely with isolated significant gusts to 80 mph possible Scattered large hail likely with isolated very large hail events to 2.5 inches in diameter possible. A tornado or two will be possible
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A motorcyclist was killed in a crash on the Eagle Way Bypass at the Pennyrile Parkway Friday afternoon...Read More
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Kentucky State Police troopers arrested two people on burglary charges Friday evening ...Read More
One month after the remains of a Cadiz woman were found in a wooded area off a rural Trigg County road, State Police have still not received an official autopsy report from the state medical examiner's office ...Read More
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Gregg AllmanGregg Allman, frontman and co-founder of the Allman Brothers Band and a trailblazer of Southern Rock, died at age 69 Saturday. The cause of the musician's death was not...
Nick Viall, Vanessa Grimaldi, Montreal, InstagramNick Viall has returned to fiancÚ Vanessa Grimaldi's hometown of Montreal to spend some time with her family, marking his first trip back since the two traveled there on The...
Nicole Kidman, Keith Urban, 2017 SAG Awards, CandidsThere are few married celebrity couples as cute and affectionate as Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban. The two, who share two daughters, will celebrate their 11th anniversary in less than a...
Prince WilliamPrince William honored the victims of the Manchester suicide bombing while attending the FA Cup Final Saturday. The Duke of Cambridge, who is the president of The Football Association,...
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Photos from TCYAA Baseball action May 26 between Black Patch Farms and Hoffman Family Dental
The start of the 2017 Ohio Valley League baseball season is less than a week away, and the roster for the Hoptown Hoppers is nearly finalized. 
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Michael and Stephanie Keller are carrying on a family tradition by raising tobacco.  The Keller's and their family set nearly six acres of tobacco May 20th on the Moore farm near Roaring Springs.
Ag Commissioner Ryan Quarles says farmers to need to be on the lookout for possible scams targeting hay buyers and sellers.
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