Deputies say they've received multiple photos and video recordings of suspects in the break-ins, and they're working to identify those individuals.
Jen Heine answers questions about funerals and funeral planning
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said the bill's passage means “America can breathe a sigh of relief.”
Workman has worked in education for 15 years. PPS says she taught family and consumer sciences at Paducah Tilghman High School for eight years before she moved to Clark Elementary in 2019 to serve as assistance principal.
His winning word was “psammophile,” a layup for a speller of his caliber.
After hours of searching, a man law enforcement called armed and dangerous is in custody tonight. And a local family is safe after he broke into their house.
Recent reporting by WPSD revealed Murray State President Robert "Bob" Jackson exerted undue pressure and influence over some WKMS Radio stories.
The woman's allegations come on the heels of lawsuits last year by six Cosby accusers in New York under a similar provision known as a “lookback” law that allows adults to file sexual abuse cases for allegations that had fallen outside the statute of limitations.
Thursday was a busy day for a McCracken County family as they opened their yard for the sale, making almost $500. It was an even busier day in Marshall County at Christian Fellowship School, where one group of women looked to find a bargain three hours away from southern Illinois.
The McCracken County Public Library hosted its All Together Now summer reading program kickoff event Thursday afternoon.
A dream vacation turned nightmare; Calvert City woman recounts terrifying storm aboard Carnival Cruise ship
A dream vacation turned into a nightmare for a west Kentucky family. A local woman shared her story with Local 6 on Thursday after a coastal storm slammed a Carnival Cruise ship over the holiday weekend.
The actor, best known for his roles in “Scarface” (1983) and “The Godfather” series, has three other children – two with Beverly D’Angelo and one with Jan Tarrant.
Paducah PrideFest starts Friday with kickoff party, Saturday's festival promises 'Drag Race' alum, music, vendors and more
June is LGBTQ+ Pride month, and Paducah PrideFest kicks off Friday at the 1857 Event Center and Cocktail Bar. This year's event promises lots of vendors and plenty of entertainment, including from drag performers the fans of "RuPaul's Drag Race" will recognize.
Other safety initiatives announced by Churchill Downs on Thursday include pausing incentives, such as trainer start bonuses and purse payouts to every race finisher, with payouts limited to the top five finishers.
As he walked to his seat, Biden pointed back toward the ground where he tripped, indicating something had gotten in his path. Video of the moment showed sandbags placed in front of the podium near where Biden had been standing.
At fallen Scott County Sheriff's Deputy Caleb Conley's funeral service today, his wife described him as an "incredible man who put his heart and soul in everything he did," including his friends, family, and marriage.
Days away from a default crisis, the U.S. Senate dashed on Thursday to wrap up work on a debt ceiling and budget cuts package that overwhelmingly cleared a House vote, aiming to send it to President Joe Biden's desk to become law before the fast-approaching deadline.
Wanted man in custody after leading law enforcement on manhunt Melber area of McCracken, Graves counties
Bryan Ditto is in custody, the McCracken County Sheriff's Office says, ending a search by state and local law enforcement. Ditto was wanted out of Missouri, and the hunt for him began after he allegedly fled from state police earlier Thursday.
Staff at Crittenden County Schools learned how to hide, run, and fight today as part of their annual active-shooter training, an administrator told Local 6 Thursday morning.
Twin settlements with the FTC highlight claims that Amazon retained Ring videos, Alexa voice recordings, and geolocation information for years – in some cases without consent and despite requests by consumers for the data to be deleted.
US defense secretary says ongoing lack of communication with China could lead to incident that could ‘spiral out of control’
Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin said it was “unfortunate” China declined a US offer to speak at a defense summit this week in Singapore and that the ongoing lack of communication could result in “an incident that could very, very quickly spiral out of control.”
The Dorena-Hickman Ferry is back up-and-running after being shut-down due to low water levels in the Mississippi River earlier in the week.
KSP Post 1 says they will conduct traffic safety checkpoints in Ballard, Calloway, Carlisle, Graves, Hickman, Livingston, Lyon, Marshall, McCracken, and Trigg Counties.
“I’m just thankful I knew what to do,” Raheem Morris added to ESPN. “You just never know when you’re going to need that stuff.”
The start of June marks the beginning of Pride month around the United States and some parts of the world, a season to celebrate the lives and experiences of LGBTQ+ people and to protest against the recent rollback of hard-won civil rights gains.
Birth rates have declined in most states across the US in recent years, while women are having babies at an older age, according to new data released by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Watch this week's What's Going Around to learn what doctors in your community are treating.
Six jurors and four alternates will be chosen. Florida is one of six states that allow six-member juries for trials other than capital murder.
Water conservation order reinstated in Marion, Kentucky, as precaution due to dry conditions in forecast
MARION, KY — Marion, Kentucky, Mayor D'Anna Browning is reinstating the city's water conservation order starting Thursday, June 1, due to drier than average conditions in the forecast.
Looking for something special for your special dad or granddad? It's June 18, and now's the time to start looking. The most popular gift category this year? Electronics.
Organizers say the 400-Mile Yard Sale includes 20 counties and more than 60 communities across the state. That includes the Local 6 counties of McCracken, Marshall and Trigg.
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet shut down North Friendship Road between Lone Oak Road and Us 62 Tuesday. But that's forcing people to find alternate routes between Lone Oak and the mall area. Folks in nearby neighborhoods aren't happy with the traffic increase.
The U.S. Drought Monitor indicates that a sizable portion of the state is experiencing moderate to severe drought conditions, with a smaller area experiencing extreme drought.
The timeframe to pass the bill through Congress is extremely tight and there is little room for error, putting enormous pressure on leadership in both parties.
Attorney representing Sandra Guess files notice of rejection of plea deal offer in identity theft case
An attorney representing the wife of a Paducah City Commission member charged with identity theft says she has rejected a plea deal offered by the commonwealth.
MARSHALL COUNTY, KY — The Marshall County Sheriff's Office has released the name of a Mayfield, Kentucky, man who died in an ATV wreck Monday on Harrison Road.
In light of recent deadly accidents in west Kentucky, parents may ask themselves: Does my child understand how to stay safe on an ATV? Do I?
The jury of seven women and five men reached the verdict after deliberating for seven days spread over two weeks.
When the power goes out, you hope to get that fixed quickly, but do you really know who or what it takes to make that happen? Ameren Illinois on Wednesday wanted to share that perspective with some of their customers and first responders.
While kids have fun splashing and playing, experts say parents need to make sure their children learn how to swim and, according to national data, it is essential.
High summer temperatures are heightening the risk for heatstroke for children, pets and the elderly in locked cars.
Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin, who is considered a possible presidential aspirant, announced an executive order directing the deployment of 100 Virginia National Guard soldiers and 21 support personnel.
The wounded person was taken to University of Louisville Hospital.
Trump captured on audio recording talking about classified document he kept after leaving the White House
The recording indicates Trump understood he retained classified material after leaving the White House, according to multiple sources familiar with the investigation.
The attack happened Tuesday evening in Nashville, as three young children, including the 4-year-old, sat in the back seat of a black sedan. The driver, a 22-year-old man, was shot in the arm, the statement said.
The announcement, first reported by NBC News, will take place ahead of a CNN town hall with Pence later that evening at Grand View University in Des Moines.
The Kentucky Opioid Abatement Advisory Commission announced Wednesday plans to pursue new therapeutic treatment options for Kentuckians affected by opioid use disorder.
The Franklin County Sheriff's Office says deputies responded quickly to the scene of collision, and the child was flown to a regional hospital. He died a short time later.
Authorities say a missing emergency room doctor from Missouri whose body was found in northwestern Arkansas died from an apparent gunshot wound but they are still investigating what happened in the week since he was last seen.
Toyota will invest another $2.1 billion in an electric and hybrid vehicle battery factory that's under construction near Greensboro, North Carolina. The plant will supply batteries to Toyota's huge complex in Georgetown, Kentucky, which will build Toyota's first U.S.-made electric vehicle.
Governor Andy Beshear has ordered flags at all state buildings to be lowered to half-staff on Thursday in honor of fallen Scott County Deputy Sheriff Caleb Conley, who was killed during a traffic stop on May 22
FBI Director Christopher Wray is scheduled to speak Wednesday with House Oversight Chairman James Comer and Iowa Sen. Chuck Grassley regarding a dispute over an internal law enforcement document that Republicans believe will shed light into an allegation that then-Vice President Joe Biden was involved in a criminal scheme with a foreign national.