The Paducah Area Chamber of Commerce is holding an unemployment Q&A with Jonathon Pendergrass of the Kentucky Career Center.
We have activated a Weather Authority Alert for Thursday afternoon. A line of storms is expected to pass across the area with hail, high winds, and a tornado all possible.
A woman has been arrested after a structure fire in Cadiz, Kentucky, claimed the lives of her two children Tuesday, state police say.
To help keep the public and employees safe during this time, USPS says they are adapting new delivery procedures to help them practice social distancing. They are also asking pet owners to keep their dogs contained.
We continue to learn more about COVID-19, but there are still plenty of things we have questions about. Dr. J. Kyle Turnbo has answers.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell announced that the Senate will push this week for additional funds for a small business loan program to keep workers on the payroll during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet says the fire is along KY 139 near the 17.5 mile marker between Thomas Street and Hayden Street in Cadiz. The road is expected to be cleared around 5:30 p.m. (CDT).
The Hopkinsville man who was pardoned last year by former Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin is facing a new child pornography charge.
A section of Interstate 69 north is back open after it was blocked because of a semitrailer in Marshall County, the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet says.
More than 1,000 families rely on these two pantries for monthly groceries. They are creating a drive-thru service in order to continue helping and keep everyone safe.
Face masks are in high demand, and so are people who can make them. Local residents are trying to fill hundreds of backlogged mask orders.
Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear announced McCracken County's first COVID-19 related death during his daily briefing Monday. The Purchase District Health Department also confirmed the local death, as well as two new cases in counties it serves.
As of 5 p.m. April 5, Gov. Beshear say there were at least 955 cases of COVID-19 in the state, 38 of which were newly confirmed. Of those cases, Gov. Beshear says at least 306 patients have recovered.
It's a small family restaurant with a big heart. There's one in Graves County that's looking out for the community during the pandemic.
Many restaurant workers in the Local 6 area are out of work because of COVID-19 closures. One church in Calvert City is stepping up to help them.
"You may kiss the bride" is generally a phrase that is said in front of all your friends and family, except the COVID-19 pandemic made this couples wedding a little different than normal.
UK HealthCare is putting an additional visitation restriction in place at Kentucky Children's Hospital to protect the patients, families, employees, and the community during the COVID-19 pandemic.