Christian County, KY

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Teenager Severely Injured In Accidental Shooting

Authorities are investigating after an accidental shooting severely injured a teenager on Plum Street in Christian County Thursday morning. Christian County Sheriff’s deputies say a 15-year-old was shot in the head in what appears to be an accidental shooting. The teenager is in critical condition and is being flown to...
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Teen critically injured in apparent accidental shooting

A teen was critically injured in an apparent accidental shooting incident early Thursday morning on Plum Street. Christian County sheriff’s deputies were called to a home in the 100 block of Plum Street about 4:30 a.m. regarding a 15-year old male with a gunshot wound to his head, according to Deputy Chris Miller.
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Medical Furlough Denied For Greenville Road Murder Suspect

A Christian County judge denied the medical furlough for a Hopkinsville woman charged with a fatal shooting on Greenville Road in 2019. Anshanique Leavell and her defense attorney, Michael Thompson, appeared before Chief Circuit Judge John Atkins Wednesday morning. Thompson asked Judge Atkins for the furlough while Leavell explained the medical issues she’s been having.
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Man indicted for robbery charge takes plea deal

A man indicted for robbery in connection with a December, 2020 incident at the East Seventh Dollar General entered a plea deal Wednesday morning in Christian Circuit Court. Sixty-year-old James Carter was originally charged with first-degree robbery after he concealed merchandise at the store and shoved an employee to the ground as he and his daughter fled the store.
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Woman Injured In Greenville Road Rollover Crash

A woman was injured in a wreck on Greenville Road in Christian County Monday afternoon. Christian County Sheriff’s deputies say a woman was northbound when her car went off the road, hit an embankment and overturned several times before coming to a rest on its top. She was taken by...

Man Flown To Hospital After Four-Wheeler Crash

Deputies have released the name of a man that was flown to a Nashville hospital after a four-wheeler crash on Forest Park Boulevard at the intersection of Forestview Drive Monday afternoon. Christian County Sheriff’s deputies say Malik Miller of Hopkinsville lost control, ran off the road causing him to be...
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Local man in serious condition after ATV crash

The Christian County Sheriff’s Office has released details on an ATV accident from Monday night on Forest Park Boulevard that severely injured the driver. The collision report says Malik Miller of Hopkinsville was traveling westbound on Forest Park at a high rate of speed when he lost control and went off the roadway.
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CCHD reports nine new COVID cases

The Christian County Health Department reported nine new COVID-19 cases in the last week. According to a news release, that number bumps the overall total locally since the pandemic began to 7,136—of that, 37 cases are considered active and 6,998 people have recovered from the virus. Christian County has had 101 COVID-19 related deaths.
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Miles, Colonels enjoying continuity this summer

With multiple stops and starts to the year, Toby Miles and the Christian County Colonels were never able to get into any sort of a rhythm on the floor. That led to an 0-11 season in Miles’ first year at the helm. As County has had more time on the...

Willie Renshaw, founder of Warm the Children program, dies

Willie Renshaw, who organized the Warm the Children campaign through the local Kiwanis Club, died this week following a long illness. The Kiwanis Club of Hopkinsville announced Renshaw’s passing in an email, asking for prayers for his family. Renshaw began the Warm the Children program through Kiwanis in 1995 as...
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Trigg Murder Suspect Arraigned on New Charges

A Trigg County man charged with murder was arraigned on new charges in Trigg County Circuit Court Monday before Judge C.A. Woodall. Jonathan McCoy, whose address was listed as the Christian County Jail, entered a not guilty plea through his attorney Audrey Woosnam on charges of tampering with physical evidence, first-degree possession of a controlled substance and drug paraphernalia, making a false statement to receive benefits, display of an altered or illegal registration plate, and being a persistent felony offender.
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Christian County Fiscal Court Hears Broadband Update from PRECC

In 1956, the Federal Highway Act completely revolutionized cross-country travel in the country — developing interstates from city to city and coast to coast. Now, Christian County, Todd County and Trigg County are in the midst of their own far-reaching changes regarding the information highway — in what’s unfurling as a $30 million-plus project for broadband infrastructure through conjunctive efforts from Pennyrile Electric and Hopkinsville Electric System and Energy Net.