Hopkinsville Police are investigating a fight on Charlie Court last night that resulted in a juvenile sustaining a laceration.
Few details are left on the media version of the report, but the incident began around 11:30 at 200 Charlie, where Officer Morgan Lageman responded and writes many of the people involved had some type of minor injury.
The worst injury was on a 17-year old male, who had to be treated for a severe laceration. The alleged perpetrators are listed as friends and acquaintances to the victim.
No arrests have been made and the two suspects are listed as 18 and 23-years old.
The name of the first candidate to succeed Brady Link as superintendent of the Christian County Public School System will be released Thursday morning when the first in a series of meetings is held with school officials and the public.
The candidate will meet first with Chamber of Commerce and other business officials at a 7 o'clock breakfast at the Chamber of Commerce office on Fort Campbell Boulevard.
That’s when his or her identity will be released, with that meeting to be followed by hour-long sessions with the central office staff, middle and high school principals, elementary school principals, and certified and classified employees.
Those meetings will be followed by a ''public forum” from 4 until 6 in the Christian County High School cafeteria.
An hour-long ''break'' will be followed by dinner with the Board of Education and an interview.
No specific time frame is set aside for the news media to meet with the candidate.
Kentucky State Police are working in conjunction with Nashville authorities in investigating the death of a Tennessee man shortly after his involvement in a hit and run collision in McCracken County today.
Kentucky State Police were notified by the McCracken County Sheriff’s Office that a hit and run took place on I-24, near the 15 mile marker sometime around noon.
State Police say shortly after being notified to keep an eye out for a Mercedes, state troopers located the vehicle parked on the eastbound shoulder, near the 23 mile marker, with Gilbert Pearshall found dead behind the wheels from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound.
Upon further investigation of Pearshall’s vehicle, state police say troopers discovered items that linked him to a murder that took place this morning in Nashville.
State Police say Pearsall was suspected of killing his estranged wife, Vickie Pearshall after she was found dead at a dental office where she worked around 7 a.m. in the Green Hills area of Nashville.
Kentucky State Police say they are investigating Gilbert Pearsall’s death as a suicide and will continue to work closely with the Metro Nashville Police with their murder investigation.
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Hopkinsville City Council is expected to discuss and vote on a controversial ordinance that stirs up the age-old debate about personal freedom and the overall health of the general public during tomorrow night's council meeting.
Council members will be deciding on whether or not to approve the first reading of Mayor Dan Kemp’s proposed smoking ban ordinance that was amended to exclude bars and liquor stores.
Ward 12 Councilman Phillip Brooks explains why he is concerned about the proposed ordinance.
Councilman Brooks explains why fellow council members decided to exempt bars and liquor stores.
Mayor Dan Kemp says the proposed ordinance is meant to promote healthy living and that studies have shown that second-hand smoke is detrimental to a person’s health.