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Hopkinsville Man Injured In East 7th Street Wreck

A Hopkinsville man was injured in a wreck at the intersection of East 7th Street and Lindwood Drive Sunday afternoon. Hopkinsville Police say a car driven by 20-year-old Christian Powell of Hopkinsville was turning onto East 7th Street from Lindwood Drive and pulled into the path of 39-year-old Garry McCarley of Hopkinsville.
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One injured in East Seventh Street collision

A Hopkinsville man was injured in a two-vehicle collision on East Seventh Street Sunday evening. According to the Hopkinsville Police report, a vehicle driven by 21-year-old Christian Powell of Hopkinsville was attempting to pull onto East Seventh from Linwood Drive and pulled into the path of a second vehicle operated by 40-year-old Garry McCarley of Hopkinsville.
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Man Charged With Receiving Stolen Property

A Florida man was charged with receiving stolen property after a traffic stop on Morningside Drive in Hopkinsville Saturday afternoon. Hopkinsville Police say they stopped 36-year-old John Giles Jr. because the vehicle he was in had been reported stolen out of Florida. He reportedly told police someone let him borrow...

One killed, one seriously injured in Clarksville crash

The Clarksville Police Department is investigating a fatal crash that occurred early Sunday morning at the intersection of Dover Road and Charlemagne Boulevard. According to a news release, officers responded to reports of a crash in that area around 2:40 a.m. and investigation revealed that a vehicle had run off the roadway and struck a metal utility pole on Charlemagne Boulevard. The female driver was flown by helicopter to a Nashville hospital, where she is reportedly in critical but stable condition.

Teenager Injured In Pennyrile Parkway Rollover Crash

A wreck on Pennyrile Parkway six miles north of the Crofton exit sent a teenager to a Louisville hospital Monday morning. Christian County Sheriff’s deputies say a truck hauling a boat driven by Paula Hatchett of Bloomington, Indiana, was northbound when it ran off the road hitting a guardrail.

America’s oldest cave art found in Tennessee

MONTGOMERY CO., Tenn. (WKRN) – Tennessee is home to more than 50 state parks each steeped in a rich history. One of those parks has historical significance not only for our state but also North America. Dunbar Cave State Park has the oldest known cave art on the continent,...

South O’Neal Avenue Duplex Damaged In Fire

A duplex on South O’Neal Avenue in Hopkinsville was damaged in a fire late Sunday night. Hopkinsville Firefighters say smoke was coming from the structure when they arrived just after 10 pm. The fire was reportedly contained to the back of the building but the rest of the structure...

Women’s rights rally held in Hopkinsville

There was a crowd at the Christian County Justice Center Independence Day morning, as people gathered to peacefully protest. The rally comes in response to the United States Supreme Court recently overturning Roe v. Wade, sending the decision concerning abortion back to the state level. Kentucky had a “trigger law” come into effect at once that bans most abortions in the state, except in the event the mother’s life is in danger. The standing of that law is currently up in the air however, as a Jefferson County Circuit Judge put it on hold—it is heading to the Kentucky Supreme Court to determine whether it will resume, after the Courts of Appeals denied a request to lift the pause from Attorney General Danial Cameron.

Red, White and Oooh! Fireworks Show Set for Monday

Ruff Park in Hopkinsville will play host to the annual Red, White and Oooh! fireworks show Monday night. The Hopkinsville Parks and Recreation Department is partnering with Hillcrest Baptist Church and WKDZ/WHVO for the evening of activities and live music capped off by the fireworks show at dark. Toby Hudson...

Hopkinsville, Fort Campbell hosting 4th celebrations Monday

The Fourth of July is here and you’ll be able to eat, listen to some good music and see fireworks in Hopkinsville at Red, White and Oooh!. Hopkinsville Parks and Recreation Superintendent Tab Brockman says the festivities get underway at 6 at Ruff Park and you should come hungry.

Guthrie pursuit ends with arrest in Christian County

A high speed pursuit of a motorcycle that began in Guthrie Monday morning ended with an arrest in Christian County. A Guthrie police officer attempted to make a traffic stop on 21-year old Anthony Barlow of Fort Campbell, but he kept going and the pursuit made its way into Christian County before Barlow eventually stopped on his own.