A Kentucky soldier based at Fort Campbell has died in a noncombat related incident in Iraq.
The McGangsters work to feed, care for, and spay and neuter cat colonies in the Paducah area.
Kentuckians have until 4:00 p.m. local time to either register online or register at their local county clerks' office.
Michael McCuiston is suspected of "being involved in sexual exploitation related offenses" while he was a teacher and a coach.
Around 8:35 PM on Sunday, an armed robbery was reported at the Stop and Go Food Mart.
31 Studio in Paducah raised more than $5,000 of their own money to give away 400 Easter baskets to children in need.
Heartland Church members donated hundreds of baskets of goods on Easter Sunday. They aren't Easter baskets for egg hunts.
Kentucky State Police are investigating the death of an inmate from the Graves County Jail
Thousands of quilters are going to be arriving in Paducah soon. The judges for American Quilters Society's Quilt Week are finishing up their final looks at quilts.
Paducah man leads police on a high speed chase in Graves County.
Republican candidates for Kentucky's top statewide positions — including governor and lieutenant governor, secretary of state, attorney general, auditor, treasurer and agriculture commissioner — gathered in Paducah to talk about their priorities ahead of the primary election next month.
The Food and Drug Administration will hold a public hearing on regulating hemp-derived CBD on May 31. Proponents say Kentucky could benefit tremendously from the expansion of CBD in food products.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate and Kentucky Attorney General Andy Beshear says he wants to expand gambling in Kentucky and use the proceeds to fund struggling public pension systems.
The Paducah Bomb Squad, working with Homeland Security and the TSA, held an explosive demonstration Wednesday for some employees from Barkley Regional Airport.
This is one of several new stores opening up in the mall.
The declaration means the state can use federal funds to recover from flooding in February and March.
Deputies say 31-year-old Justin Pryor was driving a car south on Hopkinsville Road at a high rate of speed when he lost control in a curve.
A 15-year-old girl took her own life. A day after her funeral, her dad is talking about mental health and suicide prevention.
A hometown tradition meets a global audience. The 35th annual American Quilter's Society Spring QuiltWeek in Paducah is just one week away.
A 26-year-old man has pleaded guilty in the death of a 12-year-old boy in a Kentucky park more than four years ago.
Federal authorities have charged 60 people, including six in Kentucky for their roles in illegally prescribing and distributing opioids and other dangerous drugs.
Officials in Bowling Green have voted against an ordinance that would add specific housing and employment protections for gay, lesbian and transgender residents.
U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos and Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin will be awarding a grant Wednesday afternoon to the Marshall County School District.
A substitute teacher in Kentucky was jailed for allegedly endangering middle school students by teaching while drunk.