An Owensboro woman is facing charges after she allegedly caused problems while being arrested in Daviess County Sunday. Kentucky State Police say they were completing a citation on 27 year old Whitney Reyes-Salas at the Daviess County
Kentucky State Police announced a pair of incidents in Ohio County over the weekend resulting in arrests. On Friday, they say they were executing a felony arrest warrant at a Reynolds Station residence whey they encountered Chad
An alleged drug investigation in Henderson County Friday afternoon led to a man’s arrest. Pennyrile Narcotics Task Force, along with the Henderson County Sheriff’s Department and Henderson Police stopped a vehicle on Wathen Lane near Highway 60.
Traffic on I-69 near Mortons Gap was at a standstill for about three hours Friday afternoon, thanks to a crash. According to the Hopkins County Sheriff’s office, 54 year old Pascal Ngabo of Austin, Texas was operating
The next time severe weather moves in to the area, the county siren system should be ready to sound off. Hopkins County Emergency Management posted on social media Thursday that all of the weather sirens in the
Madisonville City Park’s playground is getting a new swing, thanks to a local girl scout. The special swing is being designed to accommodate those with disabilities and will be placed near the shelter at the playground. The
A search of an Ohio County home landed three people in jail today (Thursday). Kentucky State Police, along with the Ohio County Sheriff’s office and Probation and Parole went to a West Union Street residence in Hartford
A Webster County traffic stop Wednesday night led to a Clay man’s arrest. Kentucky State Police say they stopped 36 year old Michael Bower on Highway 109 in Diamond just after 8:00pm on an alleged speeding violation.
A traffic safety checkpoint in Henderson County Tuesday night led to the arrest of three people. The Henderson County Sheriff’s office, along with Kentucky State Police was on Highway 60 East at Spotttsville Elementary when they encountered
RICHMOND, Ky. (March 20, 2017) – Twenty law enforcement executives from agencies across Kentucky graduated Friday from the Criminal Justice Executive Development program, an advanced leadership course designed for supervisors at small- and medium-size agencies from across