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Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin has ordered all U.S. and state flags in the state to be flown at half-staff for a fallen Hopkinsville police officer.

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April 9 Update: The Kentucky State Police has revealed more details about the incident involving James Decoursey and Phillip Meacham. On March 29, Officer Meacham was off-duty in his personal vehicle and observed another vehicle unlawfully flashing blue lights approaching behind him. This vehicle was being driven by Decoursey. 

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A former Hopkinsville police officer who authorities say agreed not to arrest a woman if she would have sex with him has pleaded not guilty.

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A former police officer in Kentucky charged with sexually abusing a child has agreed to a plea deal. 

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Officials say police in Tennessee and Kentucky are partnering this month to look for impaired drivers near the state line.

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A Kentucky woman has been charged with manslaughter in connection to the death of a baby. 

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Update: Police have arrested a Hopkinsville man in Clarksville wanted for his alleged involvement in a shooting death downtown Saturday. 

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A Hopkinsville police officer is in jail on child sex abuse charges. 

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Hopkinsville police will soon join law enforcement agencies across the U.S. requiring officers to wear body cameras on their uniforms.  

Deputy Police Chief Michael Seis says the HPD began considering the move late last year and felt now was the right time to incorporate the equipment.  

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The Hopkinsville Police Department has removed a K-9 from its force after it bit a child last month. 

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