Hopkinsville Police are investigating an alleged burglary of a Fort Campbell Boulevard business that took place over the weekend.
Police say officers were dispatched to Rent-A-Center located at 4165 Fort Campbell Boulevard in response to an alarm activation and upon arrival officers noticed the front window smashed.
Ellen Gibson told officers that several flat screen televisions worth over $3,500 were stolen.
Police say the investigation into the burglary remains open and a suspect description was not provided in the report.
Little River Days concludes today with Hopkinsville Appreciation day.
Hopkinsville Parks and Recreation Superintendent Gary McIntyre gives the rundown on just what that means.
Any rain or thunderstorm activity will hopefully hold off until events are over this evening to allow local residents one more opportunity to enjoy the festivities.
One person was killed and two were injured in a single vehicle wreck in Logan County Saturday afternoon.
The incident happened around 12:30 on Montgomery Road near Auburn, with initial reports indicating a vehicle ran off the road and overturned. All three occupants were ejected and one person was killed.
A helicopter was called to the area of the scene and the two patients were taken to area hospitals. The Logan County Sheriff’s Office worked the scene and we’ll have details as they become available.
A wreck on I-24 in Lyon County Saturday morning injured a passenger.
The incident happened around 4am when 21-year old Abdullah Al-Ali of Kansas drifted into the median and lost control of his vehicle. The vehicle overturned several times across the eastbound lanes before coming to rest off the south side of the interstate.
Al-Ali went uninjured, but his passenger—21-year old Abdulaziz Latifa of Florida—was taken to Lourdes Hospital in Paducah for treatment of non-life-threatening injuries.
Today is perhaps the biggest day of Little River Days and great weather is once again in the forecast.
Hopkinsville Parks and Recreation Superintendent Gary McIntyre gives a rundown of some of today’s events.
There are plenty of more activities including lunchtime entertainment and carnival rides for children. Little River Days concludes tomorrow.