During the pandemic in 2020, domestic violence homicides in Kentucky were up by 75%.
Graves County couple Brandon and Jonna Crews donated hundreds of dollars and thousands of pop tabs to the Ronald McDonald House in Louisville, Kentucky.
The state has continued to report large numbers of cases in September. Over the past three days, the state has had 8,571 new cases.
Over the last week, the southern Illinois Planned Parenthood clinic has seen patients from Arkansas, Kansas, Louisiana, Kentucky, Tennessee and Texas.
Federal funding and support for a new terminal and continued cleanup at the Department of Energy Paducah site will be front and center for the Paducah Chamber while a delegation of more than 40 people are in D.C.
KSP reported that just after 5 p.m. on Saturday afternoon, at trooper saw a black sport style motorcycle traveling 120 mph on I-24 in Marshall County.
The Marshall County community came together to honor Preston Cope Saturday with a wiffle ball tournament. Proceeds will go to the Preston Cope Memorial Scholarship Fund and other local charities.
In a news release about the change, McCracken County Commissioner Bill Bartleman said his own research of traffic records found that there have been more than 400 crashes along that stretch of road over the past 11 years, causing injuries to more than 130 people and claiming 11 lives.
The site of a 10-vehicle crash that blocked Interstate 24 eastbound near the 8 mile marker in the Clarksville area of Tennessee has been cleared, the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet says.
All lanes of I-69 southbound are open to traffic just south of the I-24 exit 25 interchange in Marshall County, the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet says. The site of a crash and gravel spill at that location has been cleared.
FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — Kentucky has paid more than $65 million in rent and utility relief to residents during the pandemic, including more than $51 million since March, Democratic Gov. Andy Beshear said Thursday. Roughly $152 million is still available.
A Jefferson County judge has denied a woman’s request to order a Louisville hospital to treat her husband’s COVID-19 with ivermectin.
During a Team Kentucky Briefing Thursday afternoon, Beshear criticized leaders of the few Kentucky school districts who have chosen not to continue mask requirements after the General Assembly passed a measure to leave the decision in their hands.
Local 6 Anchor Todd Faulkner and Chief Photographer Mike Spissinger will be there for every step of the Paducah Area Chamber of Commerce's D.C. Fly-In.
Gov. Andy Beshear says the Healthy at Home Eviction Relief Fund still has $152 million available as of Thursday afternoon.
The United Way of Paducah-McCracken County honored local businesses and individuals with Community Impact Awards during its Victory Celebration Thursday.
FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — A report by the Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education found that years after graduating high school, students who earned a college credential made more than both high school graduates and students who left college without a credential, despite fewer years of full-…
The woman who drove the car into the river Monday was rescued, but the car sank. Wednesday night, the vehicle was pulled from the water.
GRAND RIVERS, KY — A bride-to-be from Grand Rivers, Kentucky, died last week of COVID-19. Her loved ones told NBC News she had decided to hold off on getting vaccinated, because of misinformation she was given about the shots. They told NBC News they're sharing her story because they know sh…
Gov. Andy Beshear sent more than 300 Kentucky National Guard members to hospitals throughout Kentucky. About 15 to 20 of those troops are at Baptist Health Paducah and 30 are at Mercy Health – Lourdes Hospital.
The Kentucky Department for Public Health also reported 49 new virus-related deaths. Gov. Andy Beshear said the lives lost include multiple people in their 30s and 40s.
Gov. Andy Beshear says he's concerned that people who are hesitant about getting vaccinated against COVID-19 will place too much faith in monoclonal antibody treatments.
The tables will be used as outside classrooms, and students can also eat outside. McNabb Elementary School Principal Teresa Spann says there was overwhelming help from the community.
Peggy Carter Seal is proud she's been able to do this service, and she says she'll continue it until cases seem to really wane.
The cases — driven by the delta variant combined with resistance among some Americans to getting the vaccine — are concentrated mostly in the South.