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Paducah man arrested after high-speed chase in Calloway County
CALLOWAY COUNTY, Ky. (KBSI) – A Paducah man faces several chrages after a high speed chase in Calloway County. Ke’Shawn M. Scott, 22, of Paducah faces charges of speeding 26 mile per hour or greater over speed limit, reckless driving, operating on suspended operator license, fleeing or evading police 1st degree-motor vehicle (Class D felony), criminal mischief 1st degree (Class D felony), wanton endangerment 1st degree (Class D felony), possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Pets of the Week
CLARKSVILLE, TN (CLARKSVILLE NOW) – Dogs and cats of all ages, breeds and sizes are available through area animal rescues and shelters, as well as opportunities to help homeless animals through foster programs, donations and help with fundraisers and other family-friendly activities. Contact a rescue near you to learn more.
Crofton Man Charged With Drug Possession In Cadiz
A Crofton man was charged with possession of drugs and counterfeit money in Cadiz Friday morning. Cadiz Police say they were called for a vehicle blocking a driveway on East Noel Drive and found 36-year-old Joshua Mitchell sleeping in the truck. While he was showing law enforcement his driver’s license...
Woman Injured In Trigg County Crash
A wreck on Hopkinsville Road at Oliver Road sent a Cadiz woman to the hospital Monday morning. Trigg County Sheriff Aaron Acree says a car driven by Elizabeth Rivers was crossing Hopkinsville Road on Oliver Road and pulled into the path of a car driven by Pamela Quist of Cadiz.
Man Charged With Using Stolen Check To Purchase Items In Hopkinsville
A man was arrested on a Hopkinsville warrant for theft in Trigg County Sunday. Trigg County Sheriff’s deputies say 58-year-old Donald Bacon was arrested on a warrant charging him with theft by unlawful taking, second-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument, and theft by deception in connection to a Hopkinsville Police Department investigation.
Firefighter saves puppy from burning home
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WSMV) - A firefighter in Erin, Tennessee, rescued a puppy from a burning home Wednesday morning. Fire Chief Danny Warren told WSMV4 the fire occurred at 30 Hill Street at about 9:20 a.m. The cause of the fire was electrical and began on the second floor. The Tennessee...
LBL’s McCoy Set To Visit With Trigg County Historical Society
Those interested in the future of Land Between the Lakes might want to make time for Tuesday’s 6 PM program at the Trigg County Historical Museum for the Trigg County Historical Society. Donnie Holland and Mark Turner, local advocates for the national outdoor recreation site, told The News Edge...
Stewart Co. Officers Trained On New Body Scanner
Dover, Tenn.–Six correctional officers of the Stewart County Sheriff’s Office received training on how to operate the body scanner which was installed last week. Not only did the six officers receive training on how to operate the scanner but they also will be able to train the entire Sheriff’s Office. Sheriff Frankie Gray said, “Thank you all for your time in the training class and working to make the Stewart County Sheriffs Office the BEST!!”
Construction of new bridge in Trigg County closes roadway
TRIGG COUNTY, KY — The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet is closing KY 525/New Hope Road in southern Trigg County to begin constructing a new bridge at 8 a.m. on Wednesday, Mar. 6. The bridge will cross Potts Creek between Prather Road and Jack Humphries Road. The bridge will be just...
CCMS Speech fourth in state
MURRAY - Calloway County Middle School Speech Team finished fourth in the Kentucky High School League State Tournament at the University of Kentucky. Eighth grader Faith McCafferty was named the state champion in storytelling for the second year in a row. McCafferty was also named the Blyton Book Award recipient for the 2023-2024 season for her dedication to promoting speech in her school, community and state.
Andrew Renteria threatens officers and medical staff at Tennova
21-year-old Andrew Renteria was transported to Tennova Main on February 17th after his friends informed law enforcement that he was either going to hurt them or himself. While at the hospital, Renteria was verbally aggressive and threatening to officers and hospital staff. He was then sat in a chair and told not to move, but he continued to stand regardless and even tried to wander around the hospital. When Renteria was told to sit back down, he refused, so an officer grabbed him by his arm to lead him back to the lobby area of the hospital. Renteria retaliated by pulling away from the officer, pushing him, and using his body weight. Hospital security aided in restraining Renteria. Andrew Renteria was taken into custody and charged with resisting arrest.
VIDEO – Jerimyah Shearer On Prepping For Region Tourney
Trigg County gets a rematch with Henderson County in the opening game of the 2nd Region Tournament on Wednesday at Hopkinsville High. The Colonels beat Trigg 77-48 on Feb. 20, and Wildcat guard Jerimyah Shearer knows the task is a large one come Wednesday.
Trigg County High Introducing ‘The Shake’ To Develop Soft Job Skills
Inspired by a recent educational development workshop at Ron Clark Academy in Atlanta, three Trigg County High School teachers have spearheaded what will soon be the first-of-its-kind job skills competition for 200 freshmen and sophomores. Set for April 16-18, Matt Harper, Cheryl DeYeso and Mikayla Hopson outlined “The Shake” during...
WEATHER ALERT: Tornado Watch issued for Montgomery County
CLARKSVILLE, TN (CLARKSVILLE NOW) – A Tornado Watch has been issued for Montgomery County through 8 a.m. A Tornado Watch means that conditions are right for a tornado to form. If a tornado is spotted or indicated on radar, a Tornado Warning will be issued. A Wind Advisory has...
Ontiveros named February Rotary Club Student of the Month
MURRAY - Calloway County High School senior Erika Ontiveros has been named the February Student of the Month by the Rotary Club of Murray. Ontiveros is projected to be a valedictorian at CCHS when she graduates in May with a 4.0 grade-point-average. She also achieved a 30 composite score on The ACT Test. She has received Outstanding Student awards in precalculus and honors chemistry.
PHOTOS – Lyon County Celebrates 6th Straight District Title
Lyon County won an unprecedented sixth straight boys’ 5th District basketball title on Friday with a 100-50 win over Trigg County. Here is a gallery of shots of the postgame celebration.
New Paws, New Love: Adopt Dogs Today in Woodlawn, TN
Whether you're thinking about adopting a pet or simply delight in watching cute animals, you'd find a plethora of endearing pets awaiting adoption at animal shelters across and close to woodlawn..
Girls’ 2nd Region Tournament Starts Monday Night
With the girls’ Sweet 16 being played first this year at Rupp Arena, the 2nd Region tournament will get underway Monday night . This year’s tournament is being played at Trigg County High School with games set for Monday, March 4, Tuesday, March 5, Friday, March 8, and Saturday, March 9.
Manhunt over in Stewart County, ‘dangerous’ suspect in custody
DOVER, Tenn. (WSMV) – UPDATE: Edward Lovett was taken into custody Monday morning. PREVIOUS: A manhunt is underway for a “dangerous” man in Stewart County. The Stewart County Sheriff’s Office is trying to find Edward Lovett, who is wanted on felony violation of probation warrants for the sale of narcotics. Deputies were looking for Lovett in the Highway 120 area Monday morning.