Tri-State News

Man Arrested for Robbing Hopkinsville Bank Tuesday Morning


     POLICE HAVE ARRESTED A MAN FOR ROBBING A BANK IN HOPKINSVILLE THIS MORNING.  AT 10:30AM, BANK EMPLOYEES SAY A BLACK MALE IN HIS 30’S ENTERED THE U.S. BANK ON LAFAYETTE ROAD AND ACTED LIKE HE HAD A GUN WHILE DEMANDING MONEY.&

Christian County Escapee Caught Tuesday in Owensboro


            The escapee from Christian County was caught and arrested in Owensboro Tuesday night.             Kentucky State Police, along with Owensboro Police and

Grant to Help Phase II of Hartford Sewer Rehab Project


HARTFORD, Ky. (July 23, 2014) – Governor Beshear today joined state and local officials to announce a more than $800,000 grant to assist in completing Phase II of a highly needed sewer rehabilitation project in the city of Hartford in Ohio County. &

MCC Has Work & Learn and Ready to Work Programs


Madisonville Community College’s “Work & Learn “and “Ready to Work” programs are great resources for Kentucky Transitional Assistance Program (K-TAP) eligible students.  Contracts for both programs with the Kentucky

Woman Dies from Rock Climbing Fall in Todd County Monday


            A Hopkinsville woman died after falling while rock climbing in Todd County Monday afternoon.
            Kentucky State Police reports 22 year old Alexander C Longoria and a friend had climbed to the top of Pilot Rock.  Just before 4:00pm, she fell, resulting in fatal

Madisonville Police Investigating Vandalism Spree


            Several recent vandalism cases in Madisonville have police on the hunt for the person or persons behind them.             Madisonville Police say a rash

Madisonville Fire Chief Announces Retirement at City Council Meeting


     Madisonville fire chief Steve Stoltz is retiring.  At the regular meeting of the City Council yesterday afternoon, Chief Stoltz announced his retirement, effective August 31st.  In other action, Mayor David Jackson issued an

Notes from Monday's Hopkins County School Board Meeting


     Hopkins County school superintendant Linda Zellick will get a 3 percent raise.  The pay increase was announced at last night's board meeting.  It follows Zellichs annual evaluation.  Last night, the school board hear

IceMen Sign Two Familiar Faces


Evansville, IN – Head Coach & Director of Hockey Operations, Dwight Mullins, has announced that the Evansville IceMen, presented by Coors Light, have signed two players that were important parts of last year’s team before their seasons wer

Christian County Inmate Escaped Saturday Night


            Law enforcement are looking for an escapee that left from work release in Christian County Saturday night.             36 year old Troy S Lyons was at th

Fireworks May Have Started Garage Fire in Madisonville Sunday


            It is believed that kids, playing with fireworks, may have had a hand in an outbuilding fire that took place Sunday morning in Madisonville.            

Open Houses, Schedule Pick-Ups Set for Hopkins County Schools


Open Houses, Orientations and Schedule Pick-Ups have been set for Hopkins County Schools. Here is the schedule: Browning Springs Middle School – New Student Registration, July 28, 8 a.m.-3 p.m.          &

MCC to Host Open House Events


Madisonville Community College (MCC) will be hosting two open house events on July 31 for individuals to learn more about programs of study, career assessment, financial aid, transfer opportunities, admissions and registration.   From 8 a.m. until 7

Hopkins County's Most Wanted


Information courtesy of Madisonville Police and Hopkins County Crimestoppers Link to Hopkins County CrimeStoppers If you have any information on the following persons, please call Crime Stoppers at 270-825-1111 or Hopkins County Central Dispatch a