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Solid investments in Marshall County yield big results for KY Lake Motor Speedway owners as they embark on second season of racing

klmsCALVERT CITY - Racing fans can feel the excitement as Kentucky Lake Motor Speedway gets ready to open the gates for their second racing season despite weather delays that forced March races off the books.

Local resident seeks to raise education and awareness of deadly disease that often goes undiagnosed

handsGILBERTSVILLE - Karen Capuano said goodbye to her husband on November 4th of last year.
It was an unimaginable day of emotion – the day she watched him take his final breath and the day the couple celebrated their 41st wedding anniversary.

Calvert City Police Report - March 30

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Byron D. Hopkins, 19, of 730 Holland Road, Smithland was arrested on March 25, 2015 by Officer Jeff Peck for DUI 1st offense. He was also charged with resisting arrest and no brake lights (passenger vehicles).

Sole survivor of January's plane crash, Sailor Gutzler, to live with half-sister

sailorNASHVILLE, IL - It was January when reports of a downed plane came in, prompting local emergency responders to report to calls for mutual aid in Lyon County.
Air traffic controllers reported the plane was last known to be flying at 1800 feet over Marshall County before a distress call of engine problems was received.

Victim's boyfriend charged with arson following house, vehicle fires Saturday morning

fire20HARDIN - The Marshall County Sheriff's Department reports the man arrested for setting two early morning fires blames the incident on a "dispute" he had with his girlfriend.

Structure fire in Hardin leads to arrest for suspected arson Saturday morning

fire15UPDATED: Responders were first called to a report of a vehicle on fire near a creek off of Murray Highway this morning when they were then redirected and paged out to the report of a structure fire on Commerce Street.
Responders later utilized a tractor to pull the charred vehicle from the creek bed (see picture below).
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