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State Road Plan includes over $80.7M in McCracken projects

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A total of $80,776,900 in road and bridges projects are included in the two year-state Road Plan now awaiting Gov. Steve Beshear's signature. More>>

$10K reward offered in Hopkins Co. bank robbery case

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U.S. Bank is offering a $10,000 reward to anyone with information which leads to the arrest of those involved in a recent bank robbery. More>>

Hundreds of cases of pig virus reported in Illinois

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Illinois agriculture officials say there have been hundreds of cases of a deadly pig virus in Illinois.
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Mid-Continent University students receive more help

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Many universities and colleges from across the state have reached out a helping hand to those Mid-Continent Students displaced by the university's recent closure .Kentucky Wesleyan College has announced that it will offer a Residential Scholarship to students transferring from Mid-Continent University. More>>

Cleaning out your Cabinet: Prescription Drugs

Taking prescribed medication is a part of life for many of us. 80 percent of the world's prescription drug use happens right here in the United States. In our area, abusing those medications that come straight from a doctors is a growing problem, especially among children. Helping to fix this problem may actually begin in your home. More>>

AQS QuiltWeek winners

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The AQS QuiltWeek in Paducah opens April 23rd with hundreds of quilts, bringing quilters together from around the world.The winners for this year's contest have been selected, each taking part of the $125,000 in cash prizes. More>>

Six things to know: April 23

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Among the six things to know for your day in news today: Doctor Steve Hiland lost his job at the State Penitentiary in Eddyville, Kentucky; Missouri executed convicted killer William Rousan overnight; the AQS Quilt Show is in full swing, and WWII vet William Carneal returns home. More>>

Michelle Obama, Jill Biden headline job fair

First lady Michelle Obama and Jill Biden are visiting Fort Campbell to speak with soldiers and their families at a jobs and career fair. More>>

Atmos Energy annual rate increase approved

Atmos Energy Corp. customers will see their bills rise after the company won approval for a $8.5 million annual revenue increase. More>>

Local community college steps up to help MCU students

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A local school reaches out to help Mid-Continent students figure out how to continue their education after the university shuts down.
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WWII Veteran William Carneal's remains return home

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After nearly 70 years, the remains of a WWII Veteran are being brought back to Paducah. More>>

Motorcycle crash puts Benton woman in hospital

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A motorcycle crash has put a Benton woman in the hospital. More>>

Alison Krauss & Union Station reschedules CFSB Center show

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Due an unforeseen and urgent health concern, American bluegrass-county band Alison Krauss and Union Station have been forced to reschedule a concert planned at the CFSB Center.
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Rapper Pitbull among new acts for Illinois State Fair

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Rapper Pitbull and the Chicago cast of the Million Dollar Quartet have been added to the Illinois State Fair Grandstand entertainment offerings.
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High court hears streaming TV case

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Supreme Court justices are weighing whether they can side with broadcasters in a copyright challenge to an Internet startup company without threatening the burgeoning world of cloud computing.
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General Motors seeks more protection from suits

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General Motors Co. is asking a U.S. bankruptcy judge to shield it from legal claims for actions that took place before the company's 2009 bankruptcy.
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Western Kentucky University helps MCU students with transfers

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A university is helping out Mid-Continent students looking to transfer to other schools following the announcement of a June shutdown. More>>

Three arrested, charged for Lynn Grove burglary

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Three people have been arrested in relation to a burglary that happened on Sunday. More>>

National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences names new leadership

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The Mid-America Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts Sciences (NATAS) announced on Wednesday that Stacey Woelfel will be the organization's new president.
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    Well-shaped eyebrows frame your whole face, but if you’ve tweezed out too much, don’t panic! Try these beauty tips and tricks to get your brows back in shape.More
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    With each passing birthday, our lips lose a little volume and our hair -- on our heads and lashes -- tends to get thinner. But you can fatten up your best beauty assets with a few fast, simple tips.More
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    A drive along Oregon's coast reveals soaring sand dunes, enchanting fishing towns, and some of the most memorable seafood dishes you'll likely find anywhere.More
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    Crawfish: Born on the Bayou

    Called both crayfish and crawfish, these tiny freshwater cousins to lobsters are firm and sweet. Plunged into boiling water, they cook through in just two minutes and easily soak up any seasonings, from classic Cajun spices to Asian-style ginger and garlic.More
    Called both crayfish and crawfish, these tiny freshwater cousins to lobsters are firm and sweet. Plunged into boiling water, they cook through in just two minutes and easily soak up any seasonings, from classic Cajun spices to Asian-style ginger and garlic.More
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    Fabled feta cheese

    Just a crumble of feta's pungent, salty flavor enhances dishes from stuffed peppers to salads to savory tarts.More
    Just a crumble of feta's pungent, salty flavor enhances dishes from stuffed peppers to salads to savory tarts.More
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