Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear's office reported 220 new COVID-19 cases across the state Wednesday, bringing the state's total to 15,842.
Some school districts in west Kentucky have announced when they want to start the school year, as they continue to develop their plans for a safe reopening.
For those of you in Kentucky who've been waiting on unemployment insurance from March to May, Gov. Andy Beshear says you'll have your payments by the end of the month.
California-based molecular diagnostic testing company Agendia Inc. has agreed to an $8.25 million settlement with the federal government to resolve allegations of a nationwide scheme to bill Medicare for the company's MammaPrint genetic test, the Justice Department announced Wednesday.
Judge Executive Craig Clymer says the third unity meeting is set for July 9 at the McCracken County Courthouse and up to 50 people can attend this meeting.
The Kentucky State Police say the autopsy for John Parks shows he died as a result of multiple gunshot wounds sustained during the altercation.
Benton Electric System will have a planned power outage for all customers on June 29th, 30th, and July 1st from 11 p.m. until 4 a.m. each day.
Local McDonald's restaurants are offering a new way to support Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Tri State with the "Sleeves for Support" program.
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet says KY 1286 is restricted to one lane near Lone Oak Elementary School due to a water main break.
The Cave-In-Rock Ferry will remain open after reaching an agreement to enter into a new contract with Commonwealth of Kentucky and the state of Illinois for fiscal years 2020 through 2022.
COVID-19 cases are climbing in states across the nation. Our local health departments are preparing for more cases, as Kentucky continues the reopening process.
Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear says the state faces a $1.1 billion budget shortfall in the next fiscal year if the state does not receive more CARES Act funding.
Marshall county is officially cutting $22 million out of next year's budget. Like many other local governments, the financial impact of COVID-19 has hit the county hard.
Gov. Andy Beshear issued an executive order to ensure that all Kentuckians are treated fairly by the state when it comes to employment, services, and contracting in the commonwealth.
Democratic nominee for U.S. Senate Any McGrath says, "I'm humbled that Kentucky Democrats have nominated me to take on Mitch McConnell in November, and I can't wait to get started in sending him into retirement."
She fended off progressive Charles Booker to set up a big-spending showdown with Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell in the fall.
All COVID-19 testing sites are for patients experiencing symptoms including fever, cough, runny nose, congestion, sore throat, shortness of breath, fatigue, muscle pain, headache, nausea, and/or vomiting and diarrhea.
Businessman George Bray and City Commissioner Richard Abraham discussed their reactions and priorities after learning they will advance to the November election in the race to become Paducah's next mayor.
During the absentee voting period, the courthouse was inundated with calls from people asking for mail-in ballots. Some voters complained mail in ballots were coming in too slowly.
Detectives with Kentucky State Police Post 1 are investigating a law enforcement officer involved shooting incident at the corner of Audubon Drive and Court Avenue.
Local 6 will have live results from the McCracken County Courthouse when results from the Paducah mayoral and city commission primaries are in.
Commissioner Quarles filed the case alongside Evans Orchard and Cider Mill, LLC, which joins him as a co-plaintiff in the case.
A contract with the operator of the Cave-In-Rock Ferry on the Ohio River is due to lapse after June 30, and its continued operation remains uncertain, according to The Waterways Journal.
The City of Paducah has announced a schedule for the 2020 Independence Day holiday, including city hall and compost facility closings, Street Beat Fridays, and a 4th of July fireworks celebration.
Both northbound lanes of I-69 are now cleared near the KY 348 Benton Exit 43 Interchange after a single vehicle rollover crash, according to KYTC.
Kentucky will begin offering in-person unemployment insurance services next week. Currently, there are only three locations. Open the article to make your appointment.
A Bardwell, Kentucky, man who was arrested Saturday on a charge of endangering the welfare of a minor was arrested again Sunday after he was released on bond.