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A Murray State University cheerleader was arraigned in Calloway Circuit Court on Tuesday for a first-degree rape charge.

Cory Sharber / WKMS

Former Hopkinsville High School Band Director Jordan Seth Peveler has been indicted on four counts of rape, four counts of sodomy and unlawful transaction with a minor.

Matt Markgraf / WKMS

The trial for the teenager accused in the Marshall County High School shooting is moving to Christian County.

Dave Thompson / pool photo

An evidentiary hearing to determine whether witness tampering occurred in the Marshall County High School shooting case is set for February 1st. The date was set in a hearing on Friday.

Sydni Anderson, WKMS

Candidates for Marshall County judge/executive and county sheriff faced off Monday night in the first of two forums hosted by Marshall County High School’s AP Government Class. Students posed questions regarding campaign priorities and plans to benefit the community.

Foust's office

Former Circuit Court Judge Dennis Foust is the new superintendent of Marshall County’s Parks Department.

Jamie Jameson for Circuit Court Judge, via Facebook

Voters in Calloway and Marshall counties have elected Jamie Jameson as the new 42nd Circuit Judge.

Jameson received nearly 8,000 votes out of 18,545 votes cast in both counties.

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Two weeks from now, polls will be open across the commonwealth for Kentucky’s gubernatorial and constitutional offices election. But there are also a couple local races to keep an eye on. Voters in Marshall and Calloway counties will elect a new circuit judge after Dennis Foust announced earlier this year his retirement from the 42nd Judicial Circuit.

Two local attorneys have announced their candidacies for the 42nd circuit judicial seat as Judge Dennis Foust steps down after 18 years in the post.  

Jamie Jameson, a public advocate in Murray and Marshall County Attorney Jeff Edwards announced their candidacies via press release this morning.  

Foust's office

Circuit Judge Dennis Foust is retiring after 18 years of presiding over cases in Calloway and Marshall counties.

Foust, who was just elected to a third eight-year term last November, will announce his decision Friday. He said he feels it’s time for a change, but he would accept some temporary judge assignments if needed.

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