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Ryan Gerard, 30, is charged with burglary. (Source: Clarksville Police Department) Ryan Gerard, 30, is charged with burglary. (Source: Clarksville Police Department)

Suspect in Clarksville business burglary arrested

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Ryan Gerard, 30, is accused of stealing $800 in power tools from a building on Pageant Lane on Tuesday morning.

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Armed robbery suspect wanted in Clarksville

Patrick Titus Booker, 31, is wanted for aggravated robbery. (Source: Clarksville Police Department) Patrick Titus Booker, 31, is wanted for aggravated robbery. (Source: Clarksville Police Department)
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Patrick Titus Booker, 31, is accused of firing a handgun during the robbery on Feb. 16.

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Car burglar caught in act in Clarksville

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Police stopped a vehicle burglar in the act in Clarksville early Friday morning, according to a news release.

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Former Montgomery Co. Jail deputy arrested for sex with inmate, ex-wife speaks out Video included

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He was suspended when allegations of sexual contact with an inmate surfaced and was later fired after the internal investigation concluded on Sept. 1.

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145 days later, family continues search for missing soldier

Shadow McClaine has been missing from Fort Campbell, KY, since Sept. 2. (WSMV) Shadow McClaine has been missing from Fort Campbell, KY, since Sept. 2. (WSMV)
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Shadow McClaine hasn't been seen or heard from in more than five months. Police have charged two fellow soldiers in connection to her disappearance, but family members say they're still not sure what's happened to McClaine.

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Austin Peay to host NASA during total solar eclipse

Updated: Mar 08, 2017 06:00 PM

A total eclipse will happen on Aug. 21, and several cities in the Midstate are in its path. That includes Clarksville, where Austin Peay State University will work with NASA scientists.

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Fort Campbell soldiers charged in Clarksville murder

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Two Fort Campbell soldiers have been charged with criminal homicide in the deadly shooting of a Clarksville man.

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A former Clarksville teenager charged with killing his teacher last year after following her into a bathroom similarly followed a worker at a youth detention facility into a locker room last month before choking and beating her, prosecutors said Wednesday. More>>

First Lady Michelle Obama, Dr. Jill Biden to speak at Fort Campbell

Wednesday, First Lady Michelle Obama and Dr. Jill Biden are heading to Fort Campbell for a speech on helping vets get to work. More>>

Victim snaps pictures of crook in attempted robbery

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Just a few snaps of a camera phone made a big difference in cracking an attempted robbery case. More>>

Veteran says church turned him away because of service dog

A therapy dog has made a big difference for a Fort Campbell veteran, but he said his church turned him away because of the dog. More>>

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Pedestrian burned after driver slams into gas pump

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A man suffered serious burns after an out-of-control car crashed into a gas pump Thursday morning in Clarksville, TN. More>>

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  • FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Heavy storms likely tonight and Sunday

    FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Heavy storms likely tonight and Sunday

    Saturday, February 24 2018 5:50 PM EST2018-02-24 22:50:02 GMT
    Rain likely tonightRain likely tonight
    Rain likely tonightRain likely tonight

    Tonight will be very stormy with plenty of showers around. There will be heavy rain at times with some strong storms. Winds are likely to gust up to 20 mph. Most of the stronger and severe weather will stay to our north. It does not mean we will not see some outbreak. The severe risk for us is not zero. Rain chances for tonight are up to 80%. This rain is caused from a cold front that will stall over us, or slow down by Sunday. This will allow the rain to last most of our Sunday.

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    Tonight will be very stormy with plenty of showers around. There will be heavy rain at times with some strong storms. Winds are likely to gust up to 20 mph. Most of the stronger and severe weather will stay to our north. It does not mean we will not see some outbreak. The severe risk for us is not zero. Rain chances for tonight are up to 80%. This rain is caused from a cold front that will stall over us, or slow down by Sunday. This will allow the rain to last most of our Sunday.

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  • Silver Spurs Rodeo Club hosts youth rodeo in Sulphur

    Silver Spurs Rodeo Club hosts youth rodeo in Sulphur

    Saturday, February 24 2018 5:34 PM EST2018-02-24 22:34:48 GMT
    A 30 year tradition continues as the Silver Spurs Rodeo Club held their first youth rodeo of the year. Held at the West Cal Arena in Sulphur, kids can sign up for multiple events, including barrel, polls, stakes, and even mutton busting: where kids can ride the sheep. Edwin McCall, the Vice President of the Silver Spurs Rodeo Club, says that everyone is invited to come, watch, and enjoy the rodeo. "The neatest thing is the family environment. You know, we start out in the mornin...More >>
    A 30 year tradition continues as the Silver Spurs Rodeo Club held their first youth rodeo of the year. Held at the West Cal Arena in Sulphur, kids can sign up for multiple events, including barrel, polls, stakes, and even mutton busting: where kids can ride the sheep. Edwin McCall, the Vice President of the Silver Spurs Rodeo Club, says that everyone is invited to come, watch, and enjoy the rodeo. "The neatest thing is the family environment. You know, we start out in the mornin...More >>
  • BLACK HISTORY MONTH: Erik Tee

    BLACK HISTORY MONTH: Erik Tee

    Friday, February 23 2018 11:24 PM EST2018-02-24 04:24:34 GMT
    (Source: Maranda Whittington/KPLC)(Source: Maranda Whittington/KPLC)
    (Source: Maranda Whittington/KPLC)(Source: Maranda Whittington/KPLC)

    KPLC's Black History Month profiles wrap up with a man who has a voice for radio.  As a kid he called radio stations, he helped carry equipment and even started working a station for free starting out. But that persistence was all Erik Tee needed to help him make it in the world of radio.  Every car radio turned to 107.5 has probably heard that voice.  The voice of radio personality Erik Tee.   "This is my getaway," said Erik. "This is ...

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    KPLC's Black History Month profiles wrap up with a man who has a voice for radio.  As a kid he called radio stations, he helped carry equipment and even started working a station for free starting out. But that persistence was all Erik Tee needed to help him make it in the world of radio.  Every car radio turned to 107.5 has probably heard that voice.  The voice of radio personality Erik Tee.   "This is my getaway," said Erik. "This is ...

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