Since 2013, horses at Cassidy's Cause have been changing the lives of those with disabilities, one hoof at a time.
``I Am Local 6`` Archive
Rick Flowers took the job as maintenance supervisor at a Mayfield assisted living center five years ago. He didn't expect an addition to his job description, but he is happy to have it.
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.
Tiffany McCuan, of Bardwell, has a storm shelter in her home so she is ready to go underground at any moment.
Paducah Hydroponics on Benton Road starts on an employee's front porch. It's a home-grown business that gets you into soil-less agriculture.
If you are a dog owner, your pet becomes your family. Sometimes, your furry friend gets severely injured. There is a husband and wife team that is using water to rehabilitate man's best friend.
One local group in Troy, Tennessee takes your old t-shirts and uses them to make a difference.
The new facility will create 66 full-time jobs.
Valentines Day is about showing those you love how much you care. There's a unique way to show your love instead of the traditional chocolates and roses.
President Obama sent a letter to Congress asking for formal authorization to use military force in the war against ISIS.
Some may think cheerleading is not a sport, but students, teachers and staff at Mayfield Elementary School will disagree with you.
In this year's WPSD Weather Calendar and Almanac, you may notice many of the pictures are taken by viewers. Barb Hoth is an avid photographer. She's not a professional, but you wouldn't know it.
Kentucky native, Tracy Maxwell, was diagnosed with ovarian cancer eight years ago. She was single, living in Colorado with miles between her and home.
Story time can be a magical event where you can go anywhere and do anything. You just need a good book and an imagination.
When you drive through Noble Park in Paducah, the Christmas displays light the way. You may not think about how much planning and preparation it takes to make sure you have a great experience.
Extreme Kids in Marion, IL started a program, three months ago, called Ninja Zone. It's one of ten programs in the country.
Bernice Schwering just turned 100 and volunteers four times a week at the Senior Citizens Center.