It's been less than two weeks since classes started for the year at Paducah Public Schools. But already, people are violating state law about stopping for school buses.
Heaven Hill Distillery of Kentucky is taking Bob Dylan's whiskey company to court, claiming trademark infringement involving its logo.
Teachers in Kentucky will no longer be required to complete a master's degree within the first 10 years of their career.
Paducah city commissioner to sponsor ordinance on public notice of Keeton Correctional Facility escapees
Richard Abraham, city commissioner for Paducah, says he will sponsor an ordinance to notify the public quickly when an inmate has escaped Keeton Correctional Facility.
The founder of a Paducah charitable foundation was arrested on charges he used a credit card and EBT card entrusted to him for safekeeping.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is dredging the Hickman Harbor.
A deputy was called to check on a man in the Paducah Athletic Club parking lot.
Officers say the two suspects used counterfeit $100 bills to buy small amounts of food at several local restaurants.
Starting Monday, August 20, there will be a lane and 10-foot load width restriction on the US 51 Ohio River "Cairo" Bridge.
The City of Paducah Engineering-Public Works Streets Division says starting Monday, August 20, crews will be working to replace a deteriorated cross drain in the 5600 block of Buckner Lane.
The lakes that some commercial fishermen make a living on are infested with Asian Carp. The invasive species are impacting fishing and recreation. Commercial Fisherman Lance Freeman says there is only one way to get the carp out of the lakes.
Gibbs got to ride in a Walmart semi-truck from Eddyville to the Walmart in Princeton. It's all a part of a program called Walmart Heart that honors kids with disabilities.
Derek Brown is in jail after he led police on a three county motorcycle chase on early Saturday morning. Kentucky State Police report that Trooper Aaron Jestes saw a motorcyclist driving recklessly around 1:52 A. M.
Three family members have been sentenced to prison in Tennessee for defrauding federal health care programs of millions of dollars by selling back braces and power wheelchairs to people who did not need them in three states.
A 2-year-old Kentucky boy has died after shooting himself in the head.
The FBI's top leader in Kentucky says she worries the agency's ability to carry out its mission could be hurt by any decline in public approval.
The Kentucky State Board of Elections is scheduled to meet next week to discuss a recent Attorney General's opinion that says it is OK for poll workers to post lists of certified-writing in candidates in voting precincts.
Kentucky officials say the state's unemployment rate increased slightly in July.
It’s a common scene during this time of the year, smoke rolling from a barn, but there’s no need to panic.
The Kentucky State Fair has opened, and state police have unveiled a new Safety Town exhibit.
A convicted robber is getting a new sentencing trial because the jury that convicted him included one of his previous victims.
500 full-time jobs will be created when the mill is reopened.
In a hard-hitting speech to a conference of local government officials, Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin derided "small minds" and "petty people" as obstructionists.
The CDC says the majority of people who got measles were unvaccinated.