Local: News

police-crash

yesterday

Two injured in crash on I-24

Jeep was traveling the wrong way near mile marker 13.

tornado

yesterday

Study: Tornadoes coming in swarms

Severe storms are increasingly coming in swarms rather than as isolated twisters, according to a study by government meteorologists.

stephen-kaufman

yesterday

Ashland City Police: dentist drunk at work

Ashland City Police arrested 54-year-old Dr. Stephen Kaufman at his office.

beer-sales

Saturday

Business cited for selling alcohol to minors

CPD adds two new Alcohol Beverage Control agents.

image

Saturday

2 women arrested for allegedly sex trafficking a minor

Victim is 16-year-old runaway from Alabama.

Fred Williams-Child Rape, Aggravated Sexual Battery, Especially Aggravated Sexual Exploitation of a Minor, Solicitation of a Minor to Observe Sexual Conduct-$50,000 Bond

Friday

Man indicted on sexual exploitation charges related to teen

Charges include rape and aggravated sexual battery.

CCHD-Ebola-Meeting

Friday

Christian County Health Department holds Ebola preparedness meeting

Health officials, first responders and emergency personnel met to coordinate their preparations for dealing with the Ebola virus.

danielle huthcinson

Friday

Police arrest suspect in crash that killed APSU student

Juvenile suspect taken into custody in connection with Dec. 2013 fatal crash.

Arthur Williams-Rape, Statutory Rape, Contributing to the Delinquency of a Minor-$50,000 Bond

Friday

Local man indicted for rape of teen girl

Charges include the aggravated sexual exploitation of a minor.

blood-drive

Friday

Red Cross encourages blood donations before holiday season

Blood donations often decline between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day.

Recent Headlines

police-crash

yesterday in News

Two injured in crash on I-24

Jeep was traveling the wrong way near mile marker 13.

facebook

yesterday in Lifestyle

Facebook launches ‘Safety Check’

Facebook will let users update family and friends about their status after bad situations.

tornado

yesterday in News

Study: Tornadoes coming in swarms

Severe storms are increasingly coming in swarms rather than as isolated twisters, according to a study by government meteorologists.