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Christian Fiscal Court is following through with several commitments in the 2017-2018 budget.......Read More
Tie Breaker Family Aquatic Center is ready to open for the new season Saturday, May 27 ...Read More
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A Missouri man was flown to an Evansville hospital after his tractor-trailer overturned at the intersection of Interstate 69 and Interstate 24 Tuesday morning.

The countdown to the August solar eclipse has dropped under 100 days with area officials still fielding questions about the rare astronomical event ...Read More
Twenty-three runners braved wet and muddy conditions under a cloudy sky at the Lee S. Jones Park in Eddyville over the weekend to complete the second race of the five race Pennyrile Cross Country Challenge....Read More
Hopfed Bancorp, Inc., the holding company for Heritage Bank, has announced that shareholders elected three nominees as directors to serve for a three-year term ...Read More
Wabash National Corporation's Cadiz plant has received the Kentucky Governor's Safety and Health Award for achieving more than 502,000 hours of work without time lost to injury or illness in 2016 ...Read More
One person was injured in a three vehicle wreck on North Main Street in Hopkinsville Monday afternoon.....Read More
As we go into the summer months, skin cancer is always a concern if you're outdoors in the sun, that's why Trigg County Hospital will be raising awareness and offering free skin cancer screenings on Thursday ...Read More
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A three month investigation by multiple agencies has netted the arrest of two western Kentucky men for meth trafficking......Read More
Governor Matt Bevin says Right to Work legislation, passed by the Kentucky General Assembly this year, is already paying dividends......Read More
Kerry Stovall hugs a supporter after Christian County won the 2011 Sweet 16 title at Rupp Arena.
A familiar face is returning to coach the Christian County Colonel basketball team.
A Hopkinsville woman was transported to the hospital following a two vehicle crash Monday afternoon on Fort Campbell Boulevard ...Read More
A Henderson woman will spend time in jail after defrauding her church ...Read More
Authorities say a call about a man making obscene gestures to passing motorists and yelling at people landed him behind bars for drug possession and other charges ...Read More
A warrant for domestic assault and other charges led to the arrest of a Hopkinsville man over the weekend ...Read More
A Cerulean man is behind bars after he was arrested on three warrants Sunday morning ...Read More
Authorities are investigating a burglary early Saturday morning at a business on the boulevard in Hopkinsville ...Read More
A Hopkinsville Police officer is one of 47 graduates of a prestigious training for police administration ...Read More
A Hopkinsville man arrested on a warrant is now facing several additional charges after police reportedly found drugs on him and children in the vehicle ...Read More
Authorities are searching for a female that allegedly shoplifted several items from Walmart Sunday night ...Read More
No one was injured when a car ran off Goose Hollow Road Monday morning to avoid striking a deer......Read More
The Cadiz-Trigg County Tourism Commission is planning a 6.3-percent budget increase for the upcoming fiscal year....Read More
After months of waiting, the Cadiz-Trigg County Tourism Commission has received an opinion from the attorney general on the legality of refunding restaurant taxes to the Harper House ...Read More
A free one day Grief Camp offered by Pennyroyal Hospice will be held next month to help children find healthy ways to cope with their grief ...Read More
A Marshall County man will serve over four years in prison and pay over $100,000 in restitution after pleading guilty in federal court....Read More
The Kentucky Department of State Parks is requesting information for the development of a new campground at Kentucky Dam Village State Resort Park in Marshall County ...Read More
A state police detective credited with the solving of several high-profile murder cases in Trigg County has died ...Read More
The Cadiz-Trigg County Community is remembering the accomplishments of retired pharmacist Robney Bleidt, who passed away over the weekend ...Read More
Deputy Dane Hughes was honored for his 31 years of law enforcement service Saturday.
The retirement of Trigg County Deputy Sheriff Dane Hughes will leave a void that will be tough to fill ...Read More
The 4th annual Mud Bug soiree was held at the West Cadiz Park this year. Proceeds go to benefit the Fort Campbell USO.  Click for a video look at the event. 
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Oak Grove Police are investigating an attempted strong-armed robbery at a Fort Campbell Boulevard business ...Read More
Not even pouring rains can stop Trigg County residents from doing their part in the fight against cancer, as this year's Relay for Life had to move indoors. Click to check out this highlight video from the event. 
Pennyrile Electric crews stayed busy Saturday afternoon and evening restoring power to nearly 900 customers following a round of strong thunderstorms that passed through the area ...Read More
The Christian County Animal Shelter will have more than $17,000 to use toward the Get Em Done spay and neuter program following Saturday night's Spayghetti Dinner......Read More
Trigg County will contribute more than $60,000 to the fight against cancer following the 20th annual Relay for Life ...Read More
There are more than 2,500 Kentucky Historical Highway Markers throughout the state, with over 20 of them in Christian County ...Read More
Big plans are in the works for the Cadiz Farmer's Market........Read More
A Hopkins County man is facing charges after he allegedly fled from police Friday night ...Read More
Hundreds of family members and friends filled the Stadium of Champions Friday afternoon to support and honor the Christian County High School Class of 2017 Seniors as they prepare for the first day of the rest of their lives ...Read More
Two hundred seventy Hopkinsville High School graduates heard a familiar voice Friday night at their commencement ceremony ...Read More
A Hopkinsville man facing multiple charges in connection to a March hit and run and high speed chase will appear in Christian Circuit Court in the coming weeks after being indicted Friday ...Read More
Authorities are investigating a burglary that occurred Friday morning at a Hopkinsville business ...Read More
One person was injured in rear-end collision on Country Club Lane Thursday afternoon ...Read More
A Texas woman was arrested in Lyon County Wednesday after state police found over $4,000 worth of illegal drugs in the vehicle she was riding in ...Read More
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An Oak Grove Police officer is one 20 officers to graduate Friday from the Academy of Police Supervision in Richmond ...Read More
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The ribbon was cut Friday morning for the new boat dock at Lake Malone State Park ...Read More
A Benton teen was injured in a wreck Friday morning on Houser Road in Marshall County ...Read More
A Hopkinsville man wanted on warrants in two counties was arrested in Marshall County Thursday afternoon ...Read More
A Hopkinsville man was arrested Wednesday on a warrant, with police alleging he had drugs in his possession during a search ...Read More
After five and half years at Fort Campbell, the USO is in a new, larger facility ...Read More
Following her guilty plea, Ann Plotkin was sentenced for her role in the murders of Lindsey, Joy, and Emily Champion. Judy Williams made a victim's impact statement before the sentence was handed down. Click for the video.
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An early morning drug raid netted the arrest of a Murray man for trafficking various drugs ...Read More
Lisa Champion holds a picture of Lindsey and Joy Champion during Ann Plotkin's sentencing hearing Friday.
Ryan Champion's accomplice in the murder of his adopted family was sentenced to 22 years in prison Friday in Trigg County Circuit Court ...Read More
Following her guilty plea, Ann Plotkin was sentenced for her role in the murders of Lindsey, Joy, and Emily Champion. Lisa Champion made a victim's impact statement before the sentence was handed down. Click for the video.
A Gilbertsville man was flown to a Nashville hospital after police say he was seriously injured in a two-vehicle wreck in Marshall County Thursday afternoon ...Read More
The Hopkinsville Fraternal Order of Police held this years annual police memorial for all of those who have died in the line of duty. Click for the video. 
A Murray man was flown to a Nashville hospital after a two vehicle crash in Calloway County Thursday morning ...Read More
A University Heights Academy graduate is the third recipient of the DJ Everett Memorial scholarship ...Read More
School leaders and board members honored and recognized over 40 employees Thursday night during the Christian County Public Schools retirement reception held prior to the board meeting ...Read More
A few minor changes will be in the new budget for the Christian County Schools......Read More
With the Cornell Teen Center under construction, the Boys and Girls Club Board of Directors is looking ahead at what the next need of the kids will be ...Read More
A few minor changes will be in the 2017-2018 Fiscal Budget put before Hopkinsville City Council next month ...Read More
While the relationship nationally with police has been tumultuous over the last year, Hopkinsville and Christian County are working to improve the community’s image of officers....Read More
A look behind the scenes during the big night for the Class of 2017 at Trigg County High School. Click for the video. 
Solar Eclipse Coordinator Brooke Jung spoke with the News Edge about her recent visit to NASA to talk about the upcoming solar eclipse.  Click for the video. 
In celebration of locally grown produce, as well as locally brewed spirits, area residents enjoyed the second annual Founder's Square Feast. Click for the video. 
The Salvation Army of Hopkinsville hosted their annual taco dinner this week to raise funds to send kids to the Salvation Army camp for the summer. Click for the video. 
The Hopkinsville Recreation Department held their second annual Touch a Truck event, where kids had the chance to see large equipment and trucks up close. Click for the video. 
NTSB investigator Tim Monville conducted a briefing Saturday morning at the site of Friday's fatal plane crash, just off Shurdan Creek Road in Christian County. Click below for the video.  
A big day, as the official ribbon cutting took place at the new Breathitt Veterinary Center in Hopkinsville. Click for the video.
Crime Stoppers Coordinator Paul Ray officially unveils the new Crime Stoppers vehicle, which was donated by Sisk Auto Mall. Click for the video.
It was a big night for those who went through commencement exercises at Hopkinsville Community College. Click for the video. 
The News Edge sat down with Hopkinsville Community College President Dr. Jay Allen to talk about his decision to leave HCC and return to Mississippi. Click for the video. 
Hopkinsville Community College Board Chair Gary Logan talks about the decision by Dr. Jay Allen to leave the college for a position in Mississippi. Click for the video.
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