A Dawson Springs man was hurt in a single-vehicle wreck on the Pennyrile Parkway earlier this week.
The Hopkins County Sheriff's Department says 45-year old Brian Jones of Dawson Springs attempted to avoid hitting another vehicle near the 47 mile-marker around 2:10 Tuesday and ran off the road and overturned.
Jones was taken by ambulance to Baptist Health in Madisonville for treatment of his injuries.
A local woman was injured in a two-vehicle accident on West Seventh Street Wednesday afternoon.
The Hopkinsville Police report says 21-year old Christina Marlow of Hopkinsville was trying to turn left out of McDonalds around 3:45 and said someone waved her out.
Ms. Marlow struck a westbound vehicle driven by 57-year old Jerry Watkins of Mortons Gap, who had been in the left turn lane. Marlow was taken by ambulance to Jennie Stuart Medical Center for treatment of knee pain and Watkins was not hurt.
Everyone involved was wearing a seat belt.
A local man was served with a warrant on drug trafficking charges Tuesday evening.
Charged with trafficking in marijuana is 30-year old Michael Boyd of Hopkinsville. The report says he was arrested at a South Kentucky Avenue residence just before 7 p.m. and was booked into the Christian County Jail.
State Representative Myron Dossett of Pembroke recently presented House Bill 234 to the House Committee on Veterans, Military Affairs, and Public Safety in Frankfort.
The legislation was unanimously approved in committee and placed on the House consent calendar.
The bill seeks to designate July 27th as Korean War Armistice Day in Kentucky to honor those who fought and died in the Korean War.
The Clarksville Police Department is asking for the public's help in locating individuals responsible for burglarizing several local business vehicles.
Police say in these burglaries the suspects took 2-Way Kenwood Mobile radios valued at $500.00 each and five radios were taken from just one company.
Police say several businesses have been victimized.
Police are asking anyone that may any information in regards to these incidents, to contact 931-648-0656 o the Crime Stoppers TIPS Hotline at 931-645-8477.