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Mother Arrested For Leaving Child Alone In Car For 90 Minutes
His clothes were soiled with urine, and that, plus the air-conditioning, had dropped his temperature to 96.2 degrees.
Vanderburgh Co. authorities asking for help finding person involved in deadly hit and run
The sheriff's office is now asking anyone who might have witnessed the hit and run to call its tip line at (812) 421-6297. Residents, business owners, and property managers are also being asked to review their security camera footage from 10:45 p.m. onward.
Woman arrested for carrying concealed weapon, drug possession
Hopkinsville police accused a 39-year-old woman of having a blackjack in her purse and concealing pills in her bra after midnight Friday on West Ninth Street and Bethel Street, according to a Hopkinsville police report.Amy Williams, Hopkinsville, was arrested and charged with carrying a concealed we
Monster truck rolls into town
Jonah Clemons, 2, get his picture taken with the monster truck Grave Digger by his grandmother, Amy Clemons, Friday at Madisonville Tire. For the second year in a row, Balkrishna Industries (BKT Tires) hosted a special "meet and greet" at Madisonville Tire, bringing Hopkins County residents up close
Man injured in Julien Road crash
A man, who was allegedly driving while under the influence, hit a utility pole around 2 a.m. on June 8, according to a Christian County Sheriff’s report.
Construction at LG Electronics on schedule to begin production this fall | ClarksvilleNow.com
Clarksville Now(PHOTO: Clarksville-Montgomery County Economic Development Council)CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. – (CLARKSVILLENOW) – Construction work is on schedule for the LG Electronic appliance plant to begin production this fall.The $250 million dollar plant, is the South Korean appliance maker’s first wa
Tennessee State Veterinarian confirms Potomac Horse Fever Case in Tennessee - Clarksville, TN Online
Nashville, TN– The Tennessee State Veterinarian is advising all horse owners to be alert as Potomac horse fever has been confirmed in a horse in Davidson County, Tennessee.
McCracken deputies help seize $2.6 million in meth
Roughly 60 pounds of methamphetamine, worth an estimated $2.6 million, were seized this week in a multi-agency drug investigation that included assistance from two McCracken County drug detectives.Contributed photo
Cadiz library announces mascot’s name
John L. Street Library announced the name of their newest employee Friday via Facebook Live.The employee is also a mascot in this case, and its name is Hamlet. He is a small pink, fluffy pig that wears a T-shirt which reads, “Got books?”Katie Moore, the children’s librarian, said the pig, which rema
Risk for strong weekend storms low
An uprooted tree lays on the ground in yard on Cox Mill Road after strong winds during Thursday night’s thunderstorm. The Kentucky Mesonet recorded 1.29 inches of rain Thursday, and while there will likely be more rain in the coming days, it is not expected to be as severe as Thursday.Meredith Wills
Deputies say woman gave false ID, found with meth
She was arrested at 2:13 a.m. on Benton Road, near Bridge Street. Deputies said they found Mitchell walking along the edge of the roadway and checked on her welfare. They said they asked Mitchell for ID, but she hadn't any, and she instead gave them a false name and social security number.
Clarksville Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority to hold Wilma Rudolph Scholarship Banquet, June 23rd - Clarksville, TN Online
Clarksville, TN– At 6:00pm on June 23rd, 2018, the Clarksville Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. will host their 10th Annual Wilma “Skeeter Scholar” Rudolph Scholarship Banquet at Austin Peay State University, Morgan University Center Ballroom.
Fire department urges safety when using fireworks
The Hopkinsville Fire Department urges residents to use safety this Fourth of July holiday. Fireworks may only be used between the hours of 10 a.m. and 12:30 a.m. from Jul. 1 to Jul. 5. Fireworks may only be sold to individuals over the age of 18 and only be used by individuals over the age of 18, u
NASA looks to Partner with U.S. Industry to develop high power Electric Propulsion Spacecraft - Clarksville, TN Online
Washington, D.C.– As part of the agency’sExploration Campaign, NASA’s Gateway will become the orbital outpost for robotic and human exploration operations in deep space. Built with commercial and international partners, the Gateway will support exploration on and near the Moon, and beyond, including
875 grams of meth found in traffic stop
Law enforcement stopped James M. Castile, 45, and Stan L. Crunk, 46, and found 225 grams of methamphetamine and cash, according to a Pennyrile Narcotics Task Force report.
Sister of man murdered in Hopkinsville: 'They killed a piece of our family'
CHRISTIAN COUNTY, Ky. (WKRN) - Family and friends are mourning the death of a missing Hopkinsville father of four eventually found murdered in Christian County, Kentucky.
Woman reports sexual abuse of 14-year-old at Pennyrile Forest State Park beach
A woman reported a 14-year-old girl was sexually abused by a 27-year-old man on Saturday at the beach at Pennyrile Forest State Park, according to a Christian County Sherriff’s report.The woman stated that she and her family and friends were swimming when the 27-year-old man allegedly began touching
Couple charged in abuse, neglect of Hopkinsville baby
Kayla Newton, the 22-year-old mother of the victim was arrested earlier this month along with her 20-year-old boyfriend, David Rang.
Nashville Honky Tonks best Round Rock Dance Halls, 7-4 - Clarksville, TN Online
Nashville, TN– The Nashville Honky Tonks scored four runs in the seventh inning on their way to a 7-4 win over the Round Rock Dance Halls in front of 9,477 fans at First Tennessee Park Thursday night. The win evened the nine-game Battle for the Boot series at three games apiece.
Vaccines a requirement — maybe
Lackey said a difference in state and federal law is the cause for the confusion. The state, he said, would have each student in that age group receive the vaccine before attending class. Federal law, he said, contradicts that.