KY Fish and Wildlife said the men were two brothers whose bodies were recovered in Ballard county following an apparent boating incident.
In a news release, the library says the board was impressed by incoming director Justin Brasher's educational background and experience in business and library science.
We talked with World War II veterans who got to ride in the B-25 Mitchell Bomber "Show Me" Friday. They were touched by the number of people who came out to support them and thank them for their service.
PADUCAH — The B-25 Barnstorming Tour Across Kentucky landed in Paducah Friday. Three flights for 15 local World War II veterans.
Attorney General Daniel Cameron says the order blocks the Kentucky Parole Board from giving a new parole hearing to more than 40 prisoners previously ordered to serve out life sentences for such crimes as murder, rape and kidnapping.
KYTC says efforts to repair the culvert were delayed, because COVID-19 restrictions caused production issues at the fabrication facility providing the new 50-foot-long steel culvert. But, that new culvert is now in place.
The B-25 Barnstorming Tour across Kentucky is in Paducah on June 18, and 15 World War II veterans are getting a ride in the B-25 Mitchell bomber. While only those 15 veterans get to go up in the plane, the event is free for the public to attend — to check out the plane while it's on the grou…
PADUCAH — Preliminary hearings were held Thursday for three men charged in connection with three different shootings in the Paducah area.
City commissioners, Mayor George Bray and others are spending their day interviewing two of the four final candidates. Commissioners interviewed candidates Thursday during a special called meeting.
The 20-year-old is charged with murder and first-degree assault in the June 8 shooting, in which Darrius White was shot and killed and Jeffery Concentine Jr. was shot and injured.
A man currently charged with complicity to murder in the deadly June 10 shooting in the Forest Hills neighborhood of Paducah could be charged with murder.
The Governor is updating Kentuckians on a variety of topics, including economic development, infrastructure and vaccine incentives.
In addition to the three murder counts, the jury also convicted the former American Airlines pilot of one count of first-degree arson, one count of attempted arson, two counts of first-degree burglary and three counts of tampering with physical evidence.
Based on current vaccination rates, President Joe Biden's goal to have 70% of US adults at least partially vaccinated by July 4 may not happen.
Sheriff Eddie McGuire tells Local 6 the deputy was taken to Vanderbilt University Medical Center, and asks the public to pray for him.
FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — A Kentucky judge has granted representatives of trainer Bob Baffert and the owners of Kentucky Derby winner Medina Spirit most of a split sample of the horse’s urine to be further tested for the steroid betamethasone and other substances.
The man is accused of waving a gun in a woman's face in a home on Glenwood Drive before running away, firing multiple shots as he ran.
The company is investing $1.5 million to build a 33,000 square foot building that will house an additional production line and warehouse space. The expansion will also create 15 new jobs at the Paducah location.
The board announced Dr. Steve Miracle will serve as superintendent starting July 1, after current Superintendent Trent Lovett's retirement goes into effect June 30.
Asphalt paving along KY 1327/College Farm Road in Murray will start Friday, June 18. The project is expected to take a week to complete if weather permits.
Those who applied for this temporary PE coverage in January will lose it June 30. However, if you applied any later your coverage may have a different end date.
In an effort to vaccinate more people, Paducah Middle School and Wild Health are working together to hold a vaccine clinic for kids 12 and older.