Breaking News from Cadiz KY
Find the latest Cadiz KY News from the most up to date source on all headlines and breaking stories from around the world.
Fire severely damaged Cadiz home
A fire severely damaged a Hillview Drive home Sunday morning. The occupants of the home called for firefighters just after midnight for a kitchen fire, according to radio traffic, Everyone was able to get out of the home safely.
Wake Up Weather: 12/10/18
A cold start to your week with temperatures only reaching the low 40s today. New program lets some local inmates go to church outside the jail A program at a local jail allows level 1 community custody inmates to choose if they want to go to church on Sundays. Jail staff supervise the 30 plus...
Food bank to give out free milk Friday
Philip Graham with Helping Hands of Cadiz has announced that the food bank will receive a truckload of milk to hand out to the needy on Friday.
KSP Arrest Warrants served on Lyon County Residents
(December 9, 2018) –Arrests warrants on Katie L. Harrison, 40 of Kuwatta, KY and Clayton W. Harrison, 43 of Kuwatta, KY., have been served after extraditing them back to KY., on December 9, 2018. KSP began an investigation into irregularities at the Kuwatta City Clerk’s Office in July 2018. Through
Ft. Campbell to honor 248 soldiers killed in Gander plane crash
FT. CAMPBELL, Ky. — Fort Campbell is holding a memorial service for 248 soldiers who were killed 33 years ago in a plane crash. A statement from the U.S. Army post on the Kentucky-Tennessee line says the service will be held Wednesday at the Gander Memorial Site. It will be the final service at the
Winter lashes out at Clarksville-Montgomery County area
CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) - - Freezing rain and temperatures were a dangerous mix on roadways in northern Tennessee. Overnight Saturday into Sunday morning, Montgomery County Sheriff deputies responded to 12 crashes. Several more cars spun out on ice along Interstate 24 from Joelton to Clarksville.
Almost 12,000 lose power across northern Middle Tennessee, disrupting church services
Falling and sagging ice-coated trees caused power outages from Stewart County to Sumner County across northern Middle Tennessee on Sunday morning, disrupting church services and leaving customers without heat amid freezing temperatures.
Fort Campbell soldiers, spouses receive Christmas trees
FORT CAMPBELL, Tenn. (WTVF) - Fort Campbell soldiers and families received Christmas trees in preparation for the holiday season. The annual Trees for Troops program was held Saturday morning near South Sports Complex Parking Lot near Air Assault St. and Wickham Ave.
Celebrating simple gifts with ‘A Christmas Memory’
The weather has turned cold. Mornings are quiet because the birds have gone south, and when church bells ring, the sound cuts through, loud and clear, in the still winter air. That means fruitcake weather has arrived.
Could lobster fishermen be a solution for carp problem?
EDDYVILLE -- Lobster fishermen may provide a solution to the carp problem plaguing local communities. "That's a high possibility that we may lock down that market there," noted Lyon County Judge-Executive Wade White, who has been working to address the issue with an overabundance of carp in Kentucky
Hit-and-run suspect has drug testing requirements modified
A woman accused of the hit-and-run of a woman resulting in her death had her case continued to her trial date and her drug testing requirements modified Wednesday afternoon. According to New Era archives, Stephanie Wagner was sitting on the back of a vehicle when an SUV driven by Sherita L. Thomas,
ACT testing canceled for Stewart County due to winter weather
STEWART COUNTY, Tenn. (WZTV) — ACT testing has been canceled for Stewart County on Saturday due to winter weather. FOX 17 News is in a Code Red Weather Alert as sloppy winter storms are expected across parts of the midstate this weekend.
A Christmas fairy-tale unfolds as customer saves local cupcake cafe
HOPKINSVILLE, KY. (WTVF) - A cupcake cafe in Hopkinsville was bought by a loyal customer during an auction so the business owner can continue operating it. Amanda's Cupcake Cafe is known as a secret treasure tucked away in downtown Hopkinsville. Inside are sweet treats that customers love. If it has
Taking a second look at Friday's game
Editor's note: Due to early deadlines, quotes from coaches and players following the Madisonville North Hopkins/Dawson Springs game Friday were not part of the story. Sparky Anderson, move over.
Slight kick at basketball game may have led to fatal shooting, crash on Warfield Boulevard
A kicked foot between two men passing one another in the bleachers during a middle school basketball game apparently sparked a confrontation that ended with one man being shot dead and three others being charged with homicide.
Locals shine in the 20th Messenger Tip-off Classic
The 20th annual Messenger Tip-off Classic wrapped up on Saturday night without a hitch. Skyler Clark started the day hitting the game-winning shot in the dying seconds for Dawson Springs, then the Lady Maroons stayed undefeated on the home floor and both Central teams closed it out with comfortable
#7 Tennessee Vols travel to #1 Gonzaga for Sunday matchup
Phoenix, AZ – For the second time this season, the Tennessee Vols will take on a top-5 opponent on a neutral floor Sunday, as they play top-ranked Gonzaga in the Jerry Colangelo Classic at Talking Stick Resort Arena in Phoenix.
Woman faces 3 drug trafficking, 6 other charges
A woman was arrested Tuesday night for nine different charges, including three trafficking charges, after a traffic stop on South McPherson Avenue and West Second Street, according to a Hopkinsville police report.
As original Gander memorial closes, plans for new site take shape
The Gander memorial – Task Force 3-502nd Memorial Park – sits on the peninsula between Fort Campbell’s Screaming Eagle and Normandy boulevards. It was established to honor the Soldiers and crew members who lost their lives in the Dec. 12, 1985, crash of Arrow Air Flight 1285 at Gander, Newfoundland,
Severe winter weather system should miss county
MURRAY – It seems Murray has dodged a bullet in the form of severe winter weather. Murray’s Justin Holland, official observer for the National Weather Service office in Paducah, said a nearby winter storm system should largely bypass Calloway County, bringing very little if any precipitation at all.