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More than ten-thousand people have passed through the gates of the Western Kentucky State Fair ...Read More
An educator very familiar with Trigg County Primary School has been selected to succeed Principal Ann Taylor, who is retiring June 30....Read More
First District Congressman James Comer says he is hoping fellow members of Congress can learn from the recent shooting that injured House Majority Whip Steve Scalise ...Read More

A new commander is taking over the city of Fort Campbell ...Read More
Businesses around the area are looking for extra help in August during the Total Solar Eclipse ...Read More
A Hopkinsville man charged in connection to a June fire on Woodmill Road will remain in jail awaiting grand jury decision ...Read More
TeleTech in Hopkinsville is always looking for employees, but this week they are also offering a chance for the public to come out for a barbeque to learn more about the call center ...Read More
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Police announced Monday afternoon that a fourth man has been arrested and charged in connection to a Clarksville murder that occurred in January ...Read More
A Caldwell County man was arrested after police say he falsely reported a shooting in Marshall County ...Read More
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A Guthrie man and two other men are in police custody in connection to a Clarksville murder that occurred in January ...Read More
A Guthrie woman is in critical but stable condition at a Nashville hospital and her husband was arrested after an alleged domestic assault at a Todd County home ...Read More
A burglary at a 1st Street residence is being investigated by police ...Read More
Feeding America, Kentucky's Heartland, has announced Faithful Servant Outreach Ministry has been accepted as a new food distribution agency in Christian County ...Read More
Two juveniles have been charged with reportedly causing damage to a book box at the entrance of North Drive and the Rails to Trails ...Read More
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A Hopkinsville man was arrested over the weekend for meth and marijuana trafficking ...Read More
Police say a Hanson man who crashed into a fire hydrant and a tree in a single-vehicle wreck in Hopkins County over the weekend could face criminal charges ...Read More
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Stripe painting on the state's twelve westernmost counties continues this week with crews moving to the Julian Carroll-Jackson Purchase Parkway ...Read More
Research by the Family Business Consulting Group shows that three to five percent of family owned businesses make it to the fourth generation of ownership, making one Hopkinsville company a standout ...Read More
Dr. Dennis Michaelis, interim President at Hopkinsville Community College spoke with the News Edge about his first days on the job. Click for the video. 
More than six-thousand people passed through the gates during the first two nights of the Western Kentucky StatWest Kentucky State Fair Attendance Tops 6,700e Fair ...Read More
Two Hopkinsville nonprofits will be among the recipients of grant funding from U ...Read More
A Trigg County woman will hold the title of Mrs. Western Kentucky State Fair this week ...Read More
A Christian County woman will carry the title of Miss Western Kentucky State Fair after competing Friday night with others around the area ...Read More
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Two law enforcement officers from agencies in the listening area were among 22 officers recognized Friday for completing the Kentucky Department of Criminal Justice Training's Academy of Police Supervision ...Read More
The couple accused in an April Oak Grove fatal shooting will appear in Christian Circuit Court ...Read More
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The operational safety at the Hopkinsville-Christian County Airport got a big boost Friday.
The state of Kentucky has filed a moton to dismiss a lawsuit over the state's “Right to Work” act. 
State Police paid honor to one of their own who died during a tough three month period in 2015. 
During Thursday nights meeting, Trigg County Board of Education members approved amending the administrative salary schedule and student fees for all schools beginning Fiscal Year 2018 ...Read More
A Graves County man involved in a single-vehicle wreck Thursday was charged with his second DUI ...Read More
Six people were injured in separate wrecks in Marshall County Thursday afternoon ...Read More
A SUV was reportedly stolen on Clinic Drive in Hopkinsville sometime overnight Wednesday ...Read More
A traffic stop for a busted taillight led to the arrest of a Hopkinsville man for his third DUI offense and other charges ...Read More
A single-vehicle wreck on Crofton Fruit Hill Road Thursday afternoon injured a Greenville woman ...Read More
Details have been released regarding one of the injury wrecks on Interstate 24 Thursday afternoon ...Read More
A semi driver was injured in a wreck on Pembroke Road Thursday morning ...Read More
A Cadiz man wanted on multiple warrants in two counties was arrested Wednesday night by Cadiz Police following a traffic stop ...Read More
A Cadiz man was arrested Thursday and charged with stealing from his employer ...Read More
The Christian County Public School District conducted four STEM (science, technology, engineering, & math) summer camps for students. Click for the video. 
The 2017 Total Solar Eclipse will only pass over the United States, a first for the country since its founding ...Read More
The Interim Hopkinsville Community College President is impressed by the bond the area has with the college ...Read More
The $34 million Fiscal Year 2018 budget will go forward, but Hopkinsville City Council doesn't yet know how a marketing coordinator will fit into it......Read More
The Hopkinsville Police Department continues to fight crime and make the city a safer place ...Read More
The National Weather Service in Paducah has issued a Flash Flood Watch in effect through Friday night ...Read More
Two Hopkins County residents were arrested Wednesday night in connection to a theft and shoplifting incident in Hopkinsville ...Read More
Authorities are investigating the theft of a vehicle from off Skyline Drive ...Read More
Two people are recovering after two separate wrecks on Pembroke Road in the same area Thursday morning ...Read More
A two vehicle wreck on Fort Campbell Boulevard, near the Masonville Underpass, sent several people to area hospitals for treatment....Read More
Officials unveiled the new Solar Eclipse postage stamp at the U ...Read More
May unemployment rates dropped or remained the same in every Pennyrile county except Muhlenberg, according to the latest labor force estimates released by the state ...ReadMore
Planning for the Hopkinsville Community College Emerging Technologies building is moving closer to a construction start date ...Read More
If you are going to be hitting the road this year for the 4th of July holiday, expect a bunch of company ...Read More
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Authorities in Muhlenberg County are investigating the death of a woman whose body was found Wednesday morning in the Green River ...Read More
Princeton Times Leader Publisher Chip Hutcheson says he is looking forward to his retirement that begins in just over a week ...Read More
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