Brenda Mathes is blind because of underdeveloped retinas. With the guidance from her husband, the outdoor activity that relies heavily on sight becomes another accomplishment.
Thirteen mayors from the Route 13 corridor, which runs from Harrisburg to Carbondale, are asking Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner to cut them some slack from a 50 percent budget reduction.
In this week's Help Wanted, we're highlighting several jobs that focus on helping children. All are full time with benefits.
A photo can't capture the full picture of "Frame of Mind," a quilt displayed at this year's AQS QuiltWeek.
City spokeswoman Pam Spencer says the Paducah Riverfront Development Authority is working on a new proposal to attract potential developers.
Could you spare 10 to 15 minutes of your day to help a child in need? Volunteers at this year's AQS QuiltWeek are taking time to sew to do just that.
Day one of the AQS QuiltWeek is in the books. As always, the quilts and the people are taking center stage.
For the first time in its 188-year history the city of Pinckneyville is going to have an African American mayor.
People from all 50 states and 15 countries are coming to this year's AQS Quilt Week.
During the flood of 2011 up to 4 feet of flood water covered homes in Olive Branch, Illinois. Today, those same homes are covered with weeds.
Construction crews knew once they started work on the new Eggners Ferry Bridge, they'd be working in elements, but they didn't plan on those elements changing their plans.
Graves County Sheriff's Department is working to put law enforcement in a more positive life. This week deputies are pulling over people to reward them for good driving.
An average of four domestic violence victims every week are at a high risk of homicide in Paducah.
Autopsy results this evening confirm 20-year-old Kyle Brown was inside of a car pulled out a One Horse Gap Lake this weekend, according to the Pope County Sheriff's office.
Bed bugs are a nuisance that people in one local housing development can't get rid of.