Bill Call is retiring after serving as emergency management director for 12 years.
How do you plan to spend your 100th birthday? JT Vaughn spent it in his hometown of Mayfield, Kentucky, surrounded by family, friends and lots of red, white and blue balloons.
A bill that would require doctors and other health workers to provide life-saving care for an infant born alive after a failed abortion attempt was approved by a Kentucky Senate panel Thursday.
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet's regional office in Paducah can start helping McCracken County residents get their REAL ID drivers license ahead of the Oct. 1 deadline.
State police arrested a man and woman from Livingston County Wednesday on charges that they sexually abused a minor.
Marshall County Judge Executive Kevin Neal has announced he's accepting resumes for emergency management director, after firing previous director Curt Curtner.
Last year, state officials announced one of Kentucky's 12 REAL ID licensing offices will be in Paducah. Wednesday, officials announced where that office will be.
About 100 suspected fentanyl and counterfeit fentanyl pills, worth about $4,500, were found by detectives.
Kentucky’s Department of Agriculture will continue operating its hemp program as a research pilot program for another year before transitioning to a commercial program.
The prosecution has made an offer to the father and daughter accused of having more than 50 Chihuahuas living in poor conditions in their McCracken County home.
Gov. Andy Beshear's administration says Kentucky's pretrial release system is “badly broken." To fix it, the state Department of Public Advocacy has asked the Kentucky Supreme Court to set "clear constitutional rules."
“The doctor had told us that the baby didn’t have a heartbeat. Your world just kind of stops,” said Anna Davis, who lost her baby at 12 weeks. Now, Davis is helping local women dealing with the same grief and loss.
The panel is being held as part of the NEA Big Read Paducah. This is where community members are encouraged to read and discuss the book "Fahrenheit 451."
Marshall County Fiscal Court has responded to a lawsuit filed last year by Jackson Purchase Energy and West Kentucky Rural Electric Cooperative.
A Paducah man was arrested on a charge of second-degree assault after police say he shot a woman multiple times with a BB gun.
Senate Bill 8 aims to make schools safer for your child. It would amend Kentucky's School Safety and Resiliency Act that passed last year to require all school resource officers to carry a firearm.
Employees on the front lines of helping the sick or victims of sexual assault in Kentucky would be exempted from a high-profile immigration bill under changes its lead sponsor is making.
As the Marshall County Sheriff's Office continues to investigate a deadly DUI crash, a new Kentucky state law will go into effect this year that may help prevent similar tragedies.
The southbound lanes of Interstate 69 are back open at the 37 mile marker in Marshall County. The roadway was blocked for several hours Thursday after a semitrailer overturned.
Last month, Murray-Calloway County Hospital said it was renegotiating its contract with health insurance company Anthem. Wednesday, the hospital says it has reached an agreement that will allow it to remain in-network for Anthem customers.
The McCracken County Sheriff's Office says a proactive approach to law enforcement led to significantly more calls of service and drug arrests in 2019, as well as a decrease in serious crimes.