A man has been convicted of first-degree murder in the shooting death of his estranged wife, a soldier at Fort Campbell who had been granted a Domestic Violence Order of Protection just days earlier.
“SIH faces a budget shortfall which exceeds our achievements, as well as unprecedented uncertainty in the overall healthcare environment."
Some southern Illinois residents may see an unfamiliar area code next year when they request new service or an additional line.
From federal dollars to donations, here's a look at the money that has gone to Kentucky for tornado relief efforts.
Thursday night at the McCracken County Public Library, Local 6 Chief Meteorologist Trent Okerson shared his experience tracking the deadly tornado event nearly one year ago.
The special section titled "We Will Remember" looks back on the storm, its aftermath and recovery efforts that have gone on so far. It includes firsthand accounts, messages from leaders and more.
Chief Justice John D. Milton Jr. administered the oath to Nickell during a formal ceremony in the Kentucky Supreme Court courtroom.
The Paducah-McCracken County NAACP reacting to texts with racist connotations sent by Paducah City Commissioner David Guess. The NAACP is calling for action, saying it is "greatly discouraged and concerned."
Local 6 Chief Meteorologist Trent Okerson is giving a presentation looking back at the December 2021 tornado outbreak that devastated several communities in the Local 6 area.
MARSHALL COUNTY — Two Marshall County nonprofits are moving forward and focusing on putting the spirit of hope back into their community.
WILLIAMSON COUNTY, IL — Investigators with Illinois State Police have released the name of a man who was shot and killed by a Williamson County deputy Wednesday after he allegedly pointed a rifle at the deputy.
Construction of the plant is expected to begin in 2023, and it's expected to be complete by 2025. The facility is expected to bring 80 full-time jobs to Graves County.
Seven tornado survivors and three victims' estates have filed a new lawsuit against Mayfield Consumer Products, where nine people died in the tragic Dec. 10 2021 tornado.
27-year-old Jarrett Fields is originally from Graves County, but deputies believe he could be in the Paducah area. According to the release, he is wanted on a felony warrant, bench warrant, and parole violation warrant.
Over 5,000 Christmas gifts have been collected for children and teens in our Local 6 Spirit of Giving Toy Drive. Can you help us reach 8,000 by Dec. 16?
Former Judge Jamie Jameson has filed a lawsuit against his election opponent, incoming Judge Andrea Moore, following his loss in the 2022 general election, asking for the election to be voided on the grounds that Moore engaged in "unfair, untrue, and misleading tactics" to boost her chances of defeating him.
Kelsey Starks — host of one of KET's most popular educational shows — will visit Mayfield Elementary 4th grade students for an hour long presentation on Dec. 15, school officials say.
An observance marking one year since the deadly December 2021 tornado outbreak is set for Saturday in Marshall County. Christmas gifts will be given to Marshall County children affected by the tornado, and families need to register.
Guess sent a text to a city employee, which had racist connotations, over political signs which had been placed in the race for a seat on the Paducah City Commission.
During a special called meeting of the Paducah City Commission on Wednesday, it was revealed that Commissioner David Guess sent text messages with racist connotations to a city employee regarding a city commission candidate.
One of the hardest hit areas during last December’s tornado outbreak in western Kentucky was Dawson Springs. There, 19 people were killed and countless lives were changed. A teenage writer is helping children cope with the loss.
Waterways Council, Inc. is a national public policy group that advocates for modern, reliable waterway transportation. That includes the lock and dam infrastructure.
A Mayfield woman is under arrest, charged in connection to a shots fired incident in downtown Paducah over the weekend. Paducah police are still working to identify the man who allegedly fired the shots.
The December 2021 tornado outbreak left many people in our area without homes, and the nonprofit Samaritan's Purse is working to do something about that.
“While any loss of life is unfortunate, we are grateful for the professionalism and safety of our deputy who survived this incident given this unthinkable situation," the Williamson County sheriff said in a statement.
A McCracken County man was arrested Wednesday on drug trafficking charges after the sheriff's office says a search warrant uncovered cocaine and marijuana in the man's home.
Police have arrested a Mayfield woman charged with wanton endangerment in connection to a shots fired incident that happened early Sunday morning in Paducah.
Local 6 Chief Meteorologist Trent Okerson will lead a presentation looking back at the historic quad-state tornado, which devastated several communities in our region in December of last year.
The Paducah Police Department is asking for the public's help following a reported shooting incident near a bar in downtown Paducah early Sunday morning.
Individuals living in a disaster-declared area can receive help through the Community Action Kentucky Disaster Case Management program. Call (800) 456-3452 to locate your local office.
Deputies say the Kentucky State Laboratories used DNA evidence to confirm Dustin Wistafke — who was 37-years-old at the time of the accusation — had sexual contact with a victim under 15 years of age.
After receiving thousands of submissions on what their new Prospect League baseball team should be named, officials at Rent One Park have finally narrowed it down to the top five. Now, it's up to the public to help decide the winner.
On Dec. 7, 1941, 2,403 people died at Pearl Harbor when the Japanese attacked the Hawaii naval base. A Paducah man survived. He passed away in 1981, but his story lives on thanks in part to a special interview he gave.
The crashed commercial vehicle is blocking Blandville Road, which is part of U.S. 62, near the Hines Road intersection at mile point 6.49.
Mayfield Graves County Long Term Recovery Group Executive Director Ryan Drane says the group has only been allowed to send out $18,000 worth of relief.
Loose brick, debris and collapsed buildings remain in the city, reminders of the tragic event that claimed loved ones and destroyed homes and businesses. But the people of Mayfield continue to rebuild and work toward restoring hope.
The Paducah City Commission is expected to meet in executive session during a special called meeting Wednesday to discuss "Issues which might lead to the discipline or dismissal of a member i.e. City Commissioner," as allowed by state law.
"I get to, we get to talking and I'm doing their hair. Next thing you know, they're a whole new person," barber April Wright says. "Even if it's just for the moment, you know what I mean? If I've changed something in them for the moment, that's where it's at for me."
"From our shop windows, we watch people strolling along the murals, learning about them and enjoying them, every single day."
Holidays are stressful for just about everyone, but they can be even worse if you've experienced a natural disaster. That's why Project Recovery Kentucky is offering free, confidential crisis-counseling to individuals and families impacted by natural disasters, in-person or virtually.
Illinois State Police will be performing Roadside Safety Checks in Alexander County in December, they announced in a Tuesday release.
Green won't be going into the position green, so to speak. She was appointed deputy judge executive back in August, and then-Judge Executive Wade White said she'd been shadowing him since late May.