Oak Grove, KY

Greenway Rail Trail Bridge Closed Until Further Notice

City officials with Hopkinsville have announced that the Greenway Rail Trail pedestrian bridge crossing Lafayette Road and Country Club Lane is closed until further notice — pending a visit from structural engineers planned for Wednesday morning. Cracks in surrounding stonework were observed and reported Tuesday afternoon, which has led...
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Man Flown To Hospital After Falling From Roof

A man was flown to the hospital after falling from a roof on Duffy Street in Pembroke Tuesday afternoon. Christian County emergency personnel say a man fell 12 to 15 feet from a roof landing on concrete. The man was taken by ambulance to Pembroke Elementary School to meet with...
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Authorities Ask For Help In Theft Investigation

Law enforcement is asking for the community’s help identifying two people in connection to a theft on East 18th Street in Hopkinsville over the weekend. Hopkinsville Police say they are needing help identifying a man and woman in surveillance photos in connection to a maroon Oldsmobile minivan that was stolen at the 400 block of East 18th Street.

Woman Injured In Hopkinsville Hit-And-Run Crash

A woman was injured in a wreck on West 7th Street in Hopkinsville Tuesday afternoon. Hopkinsville Police say a vehicle was exiting a gas station and struck a westbound truck on West 7th Street. One of the drivers reportedly fled the scene and was stopped by a Christian County Sheriff’s...

Two Charged After Oak Grove Traffic Stop

A traffic stop on Golden Pond Avenue in Oak Grove led to charges for a man and woman Wednesday. Oak Grove Police say they attempted to stop a vehicle driven by 28-year-old Kainoa Correa and he failed to stop right away then a passenger in the vehicle 36-year-old Tiffany Luna got out and fled on foot.

Oak Grove police officer injured in accident

An Oak Grove police officer was injured in a two-vehicle crash Monday morning on Stateline Road. The crash involved an OGPD cruiser and another vehicle that pulled into its path shortly before 8 a.m. near the police station and Hopkinsville Fire and EMS Lt. Payton Rogers says the officer was transported by ambulance to Tennova Health in Clarksville for non-life-threatening injuries.

Woman Injured In Pennyrile Parkway Crash

A woman was injured in a wreck on Pennyrile Parkway in Christian County Wednesday morning. Christian County Sheriff’s deputies say a northbound truck struck the back of a car in front of it causing the car to run off the road and come to rest in the southbound lanes of traffic.

Man Charged With Assaulting Woman

A Hopkinsville man was charged with assaulting a woman and a child on O’Neal Avenue Tuesday morning. Hopkinsville Police say they were called to the home for a disturbance and found 31-year-old Coty Flynn had picked up a woman and body slammed her causing her to lose consciousness. During...

Owensboro Man Charged After Hopkinsville High-Speed Pursuit

A traffic stop on Canton Pike in Hopkinsville led to a pursuit Tuesday morning. Christian County Sheriff’s deputies say they attempted to stop 31-year-old Joshua Williams for speeding and he fled at over 100 mph before hitting a fence on Cadiz Road ending the pursuit. Deputies could reportedly smell...

Haunted spots around TN & KY

We all know the story of the Bell Witch but do you know about these places? How about we take a look at the stories and haunts around Beaver Country and get ready for the spookiest time of the year!. Resthaven Memorial Gardens-Behind the cemetery, old stories and reports talk...

Catalytic converter stolen off pickup

The catalytic converter was stolen off of a vehicle at Brandon’s Towing on North Main Street in Hopkinsville early Monday morning. The part valued at about $1,000 was stolen off a Dodge Ram, according to the Hopkinsville Police Department felony theft report, which does not name any suspects.

Christian County Fiscal Court Rescinds June 14 Resolution For Oriden

A potential solar farm development in Christian County now has a very cloudy future. During Tuesday’s Christian County Fiscal Court meeting, and following more than 90 minutes of citizen’s participation, magistrates unanimously approved to rescind their June 14 resolution directed at Mitsubishi power-venture Oriden — denying what would’ve been an industry revenue bond to the company.

City Council To Consider ARPA Fund Expenditures

After action by the Committee of the Whole at a special called meeting Tuesday night, Hopkinsville City Council will consider municipal orders designating the use of American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) fund expenditures, including over $2.2 million for a future fire station project. Committee Chair Amy Craig said the Future...

City of Clarksville extends premium pay to retired/deceased employees, identifies 85 eligible individuals

The City of Clarksville is expanding ARPA premium pay to retired employees, as well as the families of deceased employees who worked between March 2020 and March 2022. Clarksville Mayor Joe Pitts said the points made by Councilperson Travis Holleman at a special session on Monday, Sept. 19., helped him to reconsider his stance on the issue of premium pay.

Clarksville Man Injured In Christian County Crash

A Clarksville man was flown to the hospital after a motorcycle crash on Barkers Mill Road in Christian County Monday afternoon. Christian County Sheriff’s deputies say Sisco Harrison was eastbound when another vehicle crossed into his lane of travel causing him to run off the road and hit a culvert.

Evidence issues postpone Kings Court murder trial again

Trial that had been scheduled to begin Monday for the suspect charged in the 2018 murder of Tamara Dragoo at the King’s Court Motel on Fort Campbell Boulevard had to be rescheduled as the Commonwealth recently turned over a large amount of evidence that needs to be sifted through.

Candidates talk priorities and plans if elected at League event

The Hopkinsville League of Women Voters held a “Stumpin’ Sweets with the Candidates” event Tuesday afternoon, where any candidate running for political office in Christian County was allowed a chance to speak. Each candidate was given two minutes to make their case, and all agreed that two...

CCHD receives additional COVID booster shots

The Christian County Health Department has received additional doses of the Moderna COVID-19 boosters to administer to the public. Both Pfizer and Moderna boosters are available for individuals 12 years and older every Thursday from 7:45 AM – 4:00 PM on a walk-in basis. COVID-19 vaccines for children 6 months – 11 years are available every Wednesday from 7:45 AM – 4:00 PM.