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Kentucky police officer recovering after being shot on duty
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) - A Hopkinsville police officer was shot while on the job early Monday morning. The shooting happened near the area of North Drive and Sanderson Drive. It's unclear what led to the shooting, but Hopkinsville Police tell WTVF TV, the CBS affiliate in Nashville, the officer is
Tennessee officers helping search for suspects after auto theft, officer-involved shooting in Kentucky
CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. — Authorities in Tennessee are searching for at least two wanted men accused of stealing a woman’s car in Kentucky and then fleeing the scene of an officer-involved shooting.
Trigg County Deed Transfers Jan. 29- Feb. 1
1/28/19 Goodwin Investments LLC Black Hat Ventures, LLC 199479-0 D303/219 Land in Trigg County. Goodwin Investments LLC Black Hat Ventures 199480-0 D303/223 Sewer Easement. JBMM LLC Beaird, Raymond William III & Karan Michelle 199483-0 D303/227 Several Parcels in Trigg Co.
Kentucky ‘no permit' concealed-carry gun bill advances
(FOX NEWS) - In a 29-8 vote Thursday, the Kentucky Senate approved a bill calling for the elimination of permits for carrying concealed weapons in the state. Kentucky already lets gun owners carry firearms openly without a permit.
Gov. Bevin outlines what he believes Kentucky can do to help grow economy
FRANKFORT, KY — Members of the Paducah Area Chamber of Commerce traveled to Frankfort Wednesday to meet with legislators and members of the governor’s cabinet. They were joined in the state capital by members from the Murray-Calloway County and Christian County chambers of commerce, as well as local
City votes to move farmers market
The Cadiz City Council held its monthly meeting Feb 5 and voted to move the downtown farmer's market back to the original location next to the Renaissance Stage in Downtown Cadiz. The decision comes after some complaints that the location across from the I.G.A. building drew people away from the bus
Tennessee man flips off, pulls gun on couple wearing MAGA hats in Kentucky Sam's Club
NASHVILLE, Tenn.--A Cottontown, Tennessee man has been arrested in Kentucky after reportedly pulling a gun on a man because he and his wife were wearing MAGA hats. According to the report from Bowling Green Police, 57-year-old James Phillips was wearing a "veterans hat" inside a local Sam's Club whe
Local student earns spot on UK Dean's List
Anne McAtee of Cadiz was named to the Fall 2018 Dean's List. Anne is a current sophomore majoring in International Studies. This accomplishment is a sign of Anne's hard work and commitment to learning.
One in custody after Hopkinsville officer shot during pursuit
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — A suspect has been apprehended after a Hopkinsville police officer was shot during a pursuit. The Montgomery County Sheriff's Office confirmed via social media that one of the suspects was taken into custody in the 2900 block of Highway 48/13. Drivers should expect delays i
U.S. Marshals, sheriff’s office arrest fugitive in Murray, KY after standoff
MURRAY, KY (KFVS) - The United State Marshals Service and the Calloway County Sheriff’s Office arrested a wanted fugitive after a hours long standoff. Authorities began searching for fugitive 37-year-old Jesse Derrick Branham on Friday, Feb. 8.
Local 10 Year Old Wins Open Competition at Kentucky Opry
The Kentucky Opry is hosting a 9 week Open Competition and this week 10 year old Ellie Hack (the Youngest Performer of the night) was the Overall Winner! This week there were 10 that competed ranging from 10 years of age to 70. In this competition everyone performs, then the top 3 compete to determi
JMAM holds annual Chocolate Affair
The Janice Mason Art Museum in downtown Cadiz held the15th annual Chocolate Affair fundraiser Saturday at the historic Fairholme House. The event features chocolate treats made by members of the museum's board of directors with Leight July providing the music. The first person to ever buy a ticket f
Janice Mason Art Museum raises money with chocolate
The Janice Mason Art Museum in downtown Cadiz hosted its 15th annual Chocolate Affair fundraiser Saturday at the historic Fairholme House. The event featured chocolate treats made by members of the museum’s board of directors with Leight July providing the music.
Latest on Kentucky road closures
Here is a list of road closures as of 2/17/2019 2:30PM. KY 91 is CLOSED at the 15mm at the Cave-In-Rock Ferry Landing The Cave-in-Rock Ferry is CLOSED Due to Floodwaters Over the Kentucky Landing until about Feb 24th KY 135 is CLOSED at the 4.15mm in Sawmill Hollow KY 1917/Wolf Creek Rd is CLOSED at
Trump’s national emergency draws different reactions from Kentucky’s senators
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Legalized sports betting likely to benefit businesses like Kentucky Downs
FRANKLIN, Ky. – After the United States Supreme Court struck down a federal law last year that banned sports betting, several states have looked into fully legalizing the practice, including Kentucky.
Kentucky 699 worries people who live near by of another slide
LEATHERWOOD, Ky. (WYMT) - Kentucky 699 in Perry County was mud covered Monday following a mudslide late Sunday night. "Between 11:00 and 12:00," said Sarah Cornett who lives along KY. 699.
Kentucky State Police Post 3 welcomes new troopers
BOWLING GREEN, Ky.- The Kentucky State Police Department post in Bowling Green is welcoming three new members to the force. Trooper Jordan Matthews of Glasgow, Trooper Brent Davis of Bowling Green and Trooper Matthew Spears of Lawrenceburg, were among 35 cadets who completed a rigorous 25-week train
Kentucky bill would give JCPS Superintendent more power
LOUISVILLE (WHASS11) -- Kentucky Senate Bill 250 is gaining support from some, but question by others. A plan pitched in Frankfort would give the Jefferson County Public Schools Superintendent more power. The Louisville lawmaker behind Senate Bill 250 thinks it will help Dr. Marty Pollio better impa
Graham defends Trump's border security spending push, says Kentucky students better off
Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., reiterated his support for President Trump's national emergency declaration at the southern border Sunday, telling CBS News' "Face The Nation" that students in Kentucky would be better off if funds that might have gone toward the construction of a new middle school would