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Woman Arrested After Spitting, Hitting Officers, Medical Personnel

*BEDFORD) - A Kentucky woman was arrested on a warrant after police say she hit and spit on police and medical staff following her rescue from White River. Police arrested 47-year-old Anita Keller, of Clarkson, KY., on two counts of battery by bodily waste. According to a Lawrence County Superior C

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Glasgow's Bowles commits to Alabama

“First and foremost I want to thank the Lord, my family, friends, coaches, and everyone who has supported me and helped me along the way. With much thought, prayer, and conversations with my family, today I am verbally committing to play football for the University of Alabama. #RTR,” Bowles said in

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Kentucky State Police investigated a single vehicle injury collision on Old Temple Hill Road 10 miles east of Tompkinsville on April 18 at 7:36 a.m. CST. Preliminary investigations indicate that 41 year-old Michael Bennett of Edmonton was operating a 2006 Freightliner traveling west on Old Temple Ro


More Hart Co. cases dismissed due to problems involving HCPD

One of the cases that was dismissed without prejudice on Friday in Hart County Circuit Court was Dwight Faulkner's case. He his shown at left with his attorney Johnny Bell. Gina Kinslow / Glasgow Daily Times MUNFORDVILLE - More cases in Hart Circuit Court were dismissed Friday on motions by the comm


GPD arrests woman on drug charges

A Horse Cave woman was arrested Friday following a complaint received by the Glasgow Police Department that a person was intoxicated in the parking lot of NHC HealthCare, according to a GPD press release. Upon investigation, Officer Christopher Poynter located the vehicle and made contact with Anita


Woman turns herself in after fleeing from deputies

Boyd had an active order grant and bail against the passenger of the vehicle, 29-year-old Jerry Ryan Clift, for aggravated domestic assault.


Officer in Kentucky shoots driver during police chase

BURKESVILLE, Ky. (AP) - Authorities in Kentucky say a law enforcement officer shot a suspect after an attempted traffic stop led to a chase. Kentucky State Police Trooper Nick Hale tells news outlets the Cumberland County Sheriff's Office responded Tuesday morning to a report of a suspicious vehicle


Jury in federal drug case begins deliberations

The fate of former Franklin physician Dr. Roy Reynolds rests with a jury of five women and seven men who began deliberations Friday in Reynolds' criminal case. Reynolds, 69, is on trial in U.S. District Court in Bowling Green on 19 counts of illegal distribution of controlled substances. Federal pro


Sizemore charged with criminal abuse

A woman accused of failing to seek medical treatment for her undernourished child is set to appear in court today.Sarah A. Sizemore, 30, of Meyers Baker Road in London, was arrested on Wednesday by London City Police following a neglect referral by the Laurel County office of the Department of Child


Man charged with possession of meth

Zachary Sajdyk, 31, Hopkinsville, was arrested Wednesday morning on Russellville Road and charged with possession of methamphetamine and possession of drug paraphernalia.



24-year-old Mariah Tweedy of Summer Shade and 35-year-old Robby Allen Acree, of Edmonton, were included on the same indictment for Possession Of A Controlled Substance and Drug Paraphernalia. Tweedy was additionally charged with Failure Of Owner To Maintain Insurance.


Dad Ready To Forgive Dixie Chicks

GLASGOW, KY-Declaring that enough time has passed for everyone to get on with their lives, father of two Albert Wrinn told reporters Thursday that he was ready to forgive crossover-country trio the Dixie Chicks for remarks critical of former President George W. Bush that were made on the eve of the


Crime Stoppers: Hucks Armed Robbery

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (WBKO) -- Bowling Green Police say on January 30, 2018, two black men entered Hucks on New Bond Way, one of them was carrying a rifle. Police say the men grabbed the cash register, pulled it from the counter, and ran out the door. Police have arrested Terrell Smith and charged h


Gallatin High School student in custody after gun found in backpack

Buy Photo(Photo: Larry McCormack / The Tennessean)A Gallatin High School student was taken into custody today after a gun was found in a backpack.According to a letter sent to parents by the district, there is no current safety threat at the high school.School officials are working with the Sumner C


Black Stone Cherry - Family Tree (2018)

Black Stone Cherry are preparing to release their next album, the straight ahead rock effort Family Tree. The band has been in the studio working on the effort at Barrick Recording in Glasgow, Ky., taking it back to the roots of where they recorded their self-titled debut disc. Drummer John Fred You


Gentry pleads guilty to attempted murder scheme

BOWLING GREEN — Kevin Scott Gentry, the man who is accused of trying to hire someone to kill another person, pleaded guilty Monday in U.S. District Court as part of a plea agreement.


Early morning car wreck turns fatal for one, sends two to the hospital

Edmonton, Ky. (WBKO) -- Metcalfe County Deputies were called to a fatal wreck Saturday morning. Deputy Colby Romines tells 13 News the accident happened around 5 a.m. on the Cumberland Parkway near mile marker 26. Romines said a head-on collision happened when a vehicle driven by a woman along wit


Indiana man arrested for passing counterfeit money in Glasgow

GLASGOW, Ky. (WBKO) - An Indiana man was arrested on April 5 on several charges after reportedly passing counterfeit money. The Glasgow Police Department found James Winters, Jr. of Madison, Indiana in the Walmart parking lot. After an investigation, officers determined Winters had passed counterfe


Fire causes extensive damage to home

The Glasgow Fire Department battled a residential fire at 106 Ellison Ave. in Glasgow at about 9:16 p.m. on Sunday, according to a GFD press release. Upon arrival at the home, firefighters found heavy flames and smoke coming from one side of the structure. After determining that all occupants were o


Local DAV chapter to open assistance office

Mike Wilson, commander of local Disabled American Veterans Chapter 20, speaks to the Glasgow Common Council at its regular meeting Monday about the establishment of the Veterans Support and Assistance Office of Southcentral Kentucky in Glasgow.Melinda J. Overstreet / Glasgow Daily Times