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Freeze Watch in effect for Halloween night

Weekend low temperatures will fall into the upper 20’s.

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Chamber says cuts coming to Fort Campbell

Officials say Hopkinsville, Clarksville, and surrounding area must prepare for cuts.

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Christian County to target drunk drivers on Halloween

Christian County Sheriff’s Deputies will be looking for drunk drivers as part of Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over.

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Jury acquits Clarksville father in death of infant son

Pender had been charged with first-degree felony murder, aggravated child abuse and aggravated child neglect.

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Kentucky police looking for sex offender

Kentucky State Police are looking for a non-compliant sex offender from Oak Grove, KY.

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Student shot near Nashville’s TSU campus

The female student was shot during an attempted robbery.

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Drive-by shooting reported on Richardson St.

No one was injured in the shooting.

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Voters to choose between abortion, big government

Proposed constitutional amendment pits two red state values against each other.

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$400M in road projects delayed in Tenn.

12 construction projects and 21 right of way acquisitions pushed to 2016.

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Emergency agencies hold infectious disease training

Local emergency agencies held a full scale training exercise Wednesday to prepare for a possible Ebola incident in Montgomery County.

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FREEZE WATCH 103114

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Freeze Watch in effect for Halloween night

Weekend low temperatures will fall into the upper 20’s.

101st

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Chamber says cuts coming to Fort Campbell

Officials say Hopkinsville, Clarksville, and surrounding area must prepare for cuts.

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Army appeals court upholds soldier’s conviction

Court has upheld 30-year sentence of Fort Campbell soldier who pleaded guilty to breaking his son’s bones.