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A third man is now facing charges in connection with a January shooting incident at Lake Barkley State Resort Park ...Read More
The Trigg County Sheriff's Department is investigating a shots-fired incident that occurred early Saturday morning on Hopkinsville Road ...Read More
Local legislators say the pace of the Kentucky General Assembly session continues to be fast and efficient ...Read More
If you are an aspiring artist, the Pennyrile Forest State Resort Park in Dawson Springs has an event for you ...Read More
Movies and Popcorn with Pops is coming to Hopkinsville ...Read More
Tractor pulls draw big crowds in western Kentucky and the same is true in Louisville ...Read More
Caldwell County is doing its part to plan for the August 21 solar eclipse ...Read More
A Benton clinic that provides support for unplanned pregnancies and related issues is expanding into Lyon County ...Read More
A Todd County Board of Education member is resigning her position after her brother applied for a job with the district ...Read More
Nicholas Carter
A Hopkinsville couple is behind bars for allegedly trying to squat at a rental property ...Read More
A Christian County Jail inmate is among the eleven individuals indicted Friday by the Christian County Grand Jury ...Read More
The 2017 Solar Eclipse is quickly approaching and people in Hopkinsville are making plans to make the most this unique event ...Read More
What took more than ten hours earlier in the week, we have condensed down to about two minutes. 
With an update on what took place during the week of February 13-17 in the regular session of the Kentucky General Assembly.....Read More
A single vehicle accident Thursday night left four Princeton teenagers injured......Read More
Princeton Police have identified a suspect in the fatal shooting of a teenager Monday night on North Seminary Street ...Read More
No one was injured after shots were fired into a vehicle on McKee Street Thursday night ...Read More
Two women have been recognized by Leadership Hopkinsville-Christian County for their dedication to Hopkinsville and Christian County....Read More
The Christian County Public School System is working towards being as energy efficient as possible ...Read More
Linda Tucker and Rusty Doom
Several organizations that work to help feed, clothe, and provide basic needs to the homeless and the less fortunate, are pooling their resources to help meet community needs....Read More
Boat traffic has resumed a little quicker than initially projected in the area surrounding the Lake Barkley bridge.....Read More
If you are looking for a flexible work schedule, Christian County Public School's Spokesperson Heather Lancaster says substitute teaching is wonderful for that ...Read More
The man accused of stabbing his sisters to death in August will stand trial after concerns about his mental health have been addressed ...Read More
Christian County Superintendent Mary Ann Gemmill announced that the school district recentlyl received a visit from local legislators....Read More
The expansion of the Greenway Trail in Hopkinsville received a big boost Thursday ...Read More
Two Hopkinsville residents are facing charges of drug possession and child endangerment following their arrests Wednesday ...Read More
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A Clarksville child is dead after his family's two dogs attacked him ...Read More
A Hopkinsville man is facing charges after he fled from the scene of a traffic stop Wednesday night....Read More
The Kentucky General Assembly is ready to wrap up another week in its short, 30-day session ...Read More
One area legislator will be serving on a committee designed to benefit military children......Read More
A recently constructed trail at Lake Barkley State Resort Park will received additional funding......Read More
Less than two weeks after creating the position, the City of Cadiz has hired a new Parks and Recreation director......Read More
Press Toward the Mark Mission is a new ministry in Hopkinsville that seeks to find and help the homeless.
Nigel Couvertier
Three Hopkinsville men, including two employees, were arraigned Thursday morning in Christian District Court for the February 2nd armed robbery at Hardee's, on Fort Campbell Boulevard....Read More
A September trial date on a theft charge has been set in Christian Circuit Court for the Trigg County man still waiting a for new trial in a Trigg County murder case ...Read More
If you've ever considered hosting a foreign exchange student, now's a great time ...Read More
A bill that would make it a felony to illegally sell or distribute any amount of fentanyl, carfentanil and related drugs tied to an increase in drug overdoses in Kentucky has passed the House Judiciary Committee.
Brandon Canty
A total of 8 rental properties have been forfeited by two Hopkinsville residents who used drug trafficking proceeds to purchase the properties ...Read More
Fans of well known characters from movies, tv, and the comics now have another reason to come to Hopkinsville during eclipse weekend ...Read More
A Clarksville woman has been arrested in connection to the 2015 death of a former soldier.
It will be a big relief for those who travel to the Murray area using U.S. 68 through Land Between the Lakes......Read More
The two people who pleaded guilty to robbing the U.S. Bank in June will not be sentenced until next week....Read More
The defense plans to file a motion asking the Commonwealth Attorney to be removed from a sexual assault case involving a former Hopkinsville Police officer ...Read More
The Trigg County Schools are gearing up for their annual Operation Preparation....Read More
It's going to be a night of food, fudge and celebration at Grace and Mercy's second annual banquet ...Read More
One person was transported following a two vehicle crash on North Virginia Street Tuesday morning....Read More
Attorneys say they are confused by the recent return to jail of the woman accused of robbing United Southern Bank in August......Read More
A Clarksville woman is facing embezzlement charges after allegedly stealing nearly half a million dollars from a church where she worked as a bookkeeper ...Read More
It was a big day Tuesday, as construction crews moved the main span for the new Lake Barkley bridge into place. We streamed the move LIVE, and in case you missed it, click for the full video. 
Hopkinsville-Christian County Crime Stoppers are offering rewards for two fugitives this week ...Read More
Lions Club members have a little "horsing around" to do as the organziation celebrates 100 years ...Read More
The Butler Alumni room will soon be open in Princeton's Butler Building ...Read More
After a long, but productive day Tuesday, the new bridge over Lake Barkley is starting to take shape...Read More
State Police say a Livingston County man died in a single vehicle crash Tuesday morning on Kentucky 133.....Read More
A Louisville man who charged the court during Saturday's U of L game against Miami allegedly made threats against those in the KFC Yum Center. 
Pancakes and sausage were in abundance as H & R Agri Power held their annual customer appreciation day. Click for the video. 
It was an evening full of music and chocolate, as the Janice Mason Art Museum hosted its annual "Chocolate Affair." Click for the video. 
Rick Shanklin with the National Weather Service speaks with the News Edge at the site where an EF-0 tornado briefly touched down in the Rockcastle area Tuesday night. Click for the video.
A large crowd turned out Thursday night at the Bruce Convention Center to discuss the possibility and the feasibility of building a new Ag Expo Center. Click for the video. 
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