April is Autism Awareness Month. Thursday on Local 6 at 10, we will bring you into the lives of four people with autism and give you a glimpse at what life is like living on the spectrum.
A preliminary autopsy has found that a Graves County Jail inmate who died Saturday had hardening of the arteries, Kentucky State Police announced Monday.
A Kentucky soldier based at Fort Campbell has died in a noncombat related incident in Iraq.
More than half a million people think Washington state Sen. Maureen Walsh needs a better understanding of what nurses do on a daily basis.
The financial condition of the government's bedrock retirement programs for middle- and working-class Americans remains shaky, with Medicare pointed toward insolvency by 2026.
The zookeeper attacked by a tiger Saturday in Topeka, Kansas, is recovering.
Pampanga Governor Lilia Pineda said at least eight people in the province were killed in the quake.
The McGangsters work to feed, care for, and spay and neuter cat colonies in the Paducah area.
Kentuckians have until 4:00 p.m. local time to either register online or register at their local county clerks' office.
Michael McCuiston is suspected of "being involved in sexual exploitation related offenses" while he was a teacher and a coach.
The Trump administration announced Monday that all countries that continue to import Iranian oil will be subject to US sanctions.
Church members on Sunday tackled a woman carrying a baby and handgun, as she threatened to blow up the church during Easter service.
At least 290 people are now known to have died in a coordinated attack on churches and hotels on Easter Sunday in Sri Lanka, in what officials have called a "brand-new type of terrorism."
President Donald Trump’s lawyer Rudy Giuliani insisted there was “nothing wrong” with the president’s 2016 campaign taking information from the Russians.
The FBI has arrested a member of an armed militia that had detained hundreds of migrants at the border.
31 Studio in Paducah raised more than $5,000 of their own money to give away 400 Easter baskets to children in need.
Heartland Church members donated hundreds of baskets of goods on Easter Sunday. They aren't Easter baskets for egg hunts.
More colleges are beginning to offer classes in growing and handling marijuana as demand for such skills from growers and dispensaries increases.
A 42-year-old north St. Louis County man is accused of beating his 63-year-old neighbor to death with a lamp before stealing his car.