PADUCAH- The E-911 Center and outdoor sports complex remain in limbo as McCracken County and the city of Paducah have yet to sign inter-local agreements. County leaders reviewed where they stand on both projects at their meeting, on Monday.
Police say that Thomas was accused of hiding the juvenile from social workers and law enforcement after his guardianship ended and that the sexual abuse happened during this time.
FEMA is asking survivors of the December 10 tornadoes to contact the agency and update your applications, get the status of your case, or just ask any questions about the disaster assistance process you may have.
Just days after the Supreme Court of the United States ruled to overturn Roe v. Wade, many civil liberty organizations are speaking out and filing lawsuits.
During the event, volunteers from Paducah Bank will be onsite to collect fan donations from the community. The bank's ice-cream-truck, the WOW Wagon, will also be handing out free ice cream to those who donate after 10:30 a.m. .
Not everyone is protesting the overturning of Roe v. Wade. Many Christians across the country rejoiced when the decision came down. And Sunday was the first day for many congregations to come together following the pivotal decision.
A pride march to show visibility to the Carbondale community-- that's how Grand Marshal Julie Socorro explained Saturday's event. Members and allies of the LGBTQ+ community gather with flags and signs to celebrate Pride Month.
Electrical shock drowning is caused when improperly installed or otherwise malfunctioning electrical systems release an electric current in the water, which can then pass through a person's body, causing them to become paralyzed. Paralysis in the water can cause serious injury or drowning.
The McCracken County Sheriff's Office says the man was injured when he jumped out of the truck, and he was taken first to Mercy Health - Lourdes Hospital in Paducah and then airlifted to Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, Tennessee.
Trigger laws: Three out of the four states in our coverage area have them, and they have taken effect or will soon take effect after the Supreme Court ruled to overturn of Roe v. Wade on Friday.
While malls across America have suffered since the start of online shopping, Kentucky Oaks Mall says they're more than 70% full. That’s something Alford says is a positive impact of the mall's location.
The Kentucky National Guard is now in Marion, Kentucky, helping haul water to add to the city's water supply.
The Lexington dance company, Movement Continuum, will be re-imagining 13 pieces of visual artwork that they believe have made an impact on our culture. The contemporary performance will take place at the Clemens Fine Arts Center in Paducah on July 16 at 7 p.m.
The department says that mosquitos have already tested positive for West Nile Virus in seven Illinois counties this year, though there have not yet been any reported human cases.
The Paducah Power System announced that they have gone an unprecedented ten years without a worker sustaining an injury that would cause them to miss work.
A local superintendent is the focus after a Marshall County School Board meeting.
The school board delivered the evaluation for Superintendent Steve Miracle.
This comes as some parents and retired teachers said the environment specifically at the high school needs to change.
The doctor was Lourdes Hospital's medical staff president from 2019 to 2021. Previously, he served as a lieutenant commander in the US Navy for three years, and Mercy Health says he was an assistant program director and emergency medicine physician at the Naval Medical Center in Portsmouth, Virginia.
Murray State University will host the competitive, residential program for high-schoolers on their campus in the summers of 2023-2025.
The lane closure is close to the Vanzora Road Overpass between the U.S. 641-Spur Benton Interchange and the Marshall-Graves County Line. The closure is expected to remain until at least 10 p.m. CDT.
Regulating vape flavors and banning Juul e-cigarettes from shelves: the Food and Drug Administration is cracking down on the vaping industry. It's a welcomed change for some health leaders, but for local vape stores, it could potentially mean less business.
Thursday was a busy day in Marion, Kentucky. Water distribution began in an effort to ease the strain on the city's water crisis.
This year marks 50 years since Title IX. As we celebrate the anniversary of Title IX, and how far we've come in the journey toward equality, it’s important to recognize where we need to go.
Illinois law enforcement agencies can apply for state-funded grants for participating in operations to prevent illegal possession and use of firearms in the community.
The hospital says the grant will provide transportation services for patients whether they're getting appointments or going home after hospital stays.
Two people have been charged in connection to the death of a Carbondale, Illinois, woman whose body was found in a home on East College Street in May.
The 6th and Jefferson St. intersection will be converted into an all-way-stop in hopes of improving traffic flow and reducing maintenance and repair cost.
According to an announcement made today, construction crews will be replacing a section of the trail that had to be removed for installation of discharge pipes, as part of their contract with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
The governor visited Marion on Wednesday, meeting with Mayor Jared Byford, City Manager Adam Ledford and other local leaders and visiting Lake George and City Lake.
Service members from all branches of the military can transition into law enforcement training during their last 180 days of service. They can keep their military pay and benefits during the entirety of their training period.
Farmers have been travelling long distances to sell their goods as they wait for repairs to be completed at the Mayfield Grain Company. Beshear hopes that funds from the Team Western Kentucky Relief Fund can ease the farmers' financial burden.
The investment comes after MCP's Mayfield candle factory collapsed amid an EF-4 tornado on Dec. 10.
"Work toward a just and peaceful society." That was one prayer from the vigil at Grace Episcopal Church in Paducah.
The church hosted the event in light of recent gun violence across the nation
"Our number one priority is to keep Kentuckians living in this area safe and healthy. We will get through this together," the governor said in a social media post after the visit.
Rolling in Faith founder Hadley Stephens, who has spina bifida, created a camp in southern Illinois to help people with disabilities feel included.