Whether you win the home or one of the other prizes or not, you will help a child battling cancer and other pediatric diseases at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.
PADUCAH — This is the first week you'll be able to buy your chance to win the 2021 St. Jude Dream home.
The Big Brown Truck Pull took place at Heartland Church with teams including Paducah firefighters and members of the Paducah Firefighters IAFF Local 168 union alongside Mrs. Kentucky, Kim Robinson.
Students in the Local 6 area are finally heading back to school, whether that be with virtual or in-person learning. We want to see what your students first day back looks like!
"It's fantastic," Dupree said. "As far as I know, I'm still asleep, dreaming or something. Yeah, I'm going to savor the moment."
A floor signing party has become a tradition with the St. Jude Dream Home, but this year it looks a little different because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
As of 6:20 p.m., all the tickets for this year's St. Jude Dream Home Giveaway have been sold! That means Local 6 viewers have raised $750,000 for the kids at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.
Katie Ormsby was 16 years-old when she believed she suffered a shoulder injury cheer leading. Katy was diagnosed with B-cell lymphoma. Now, she's making history by being the first St. Jude patient to have an In Vitro baby ever.
NASHVILLE, TN - Today, the Tennessee Department of Education announced members and objectives of the statewide COVID-19 Child Wellbeing Task Force, which was made to support Tennessee children in response to extended school building closures.
Local 6 received great news Wednesday regarding this year's St. Jude Dream Home Giveaway! Viewers in all four Local 6 states can now reserve tickets, and you can now buy your ticket over the phone!
Have you bought your ticket for the 2020 St. Jude Dream Home Giveaway? Over 5,300 of this year's 7,500 tickets have already been sold! Tap here to buy your ticket!
WPSD Local 6 is currently broadcasting on a temporary transmitter at a lower power and with an antenna at a reduced height. These two elements, low-power and lower antenna height, mean that our broadcast coverage area has shrunk.