Christian County Health Department announced a 40-person increase in COVID-19 positive cases since Jan. 14. The total number of cases has increased to 5,154 with a total of 69 deaths, as of Friday.
While 2020 had many protests regarding police brutality across the nation regarding police shootings, locally, law enforcement fired zero shots during the line of duty in 2020, according to law enforcement officials.
Nurse: Hospital fired her for admitting entering U.S. Capitol
THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. — When Brandon Staley looks at the defenses on the remaining eight teams in the NFL playoffs, the Los Angeles Rams' defensive coordinator sees several top-notch groups with several qualities in common.
Jawuan Garrett is switching sports but staying in Trigg County athletics after it was announced that he will take presume the role of head coach for Trigg County High School track and field.
MADISONVILLE — Everything was going right for University Heights Academy on Friday night in Madisonville.
The Hopkinsville swim team is set to begin its season next week after Christian County Public Schools gave the green light to begin the winter season on Thursday.
Many Americans appear to be experiencing cautious optimism about the role that vaccines could play in ending the pandemic. But recent public opinion research suggests that 29% to 37% of Americans plan to refuse a COVID-19 vaccine.
We often use our free speech rights at the top of our lungs and in public spaces to protest loudly, proudly and prominently.
Andrew “Cheston” Miller, age 30, of Nashville and formerly of Guthrie, died on Friday, January 8, 2021 at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville from injuries sustained in an accident.