Police in Benton, Kentucky, are warning the community about a phone scam making the rounds. This time, the scammer is pretending to be with Kentucky State Police.
Burks Chapel was filled with members of the community Monday night who came out to remember Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
A section of a state road in Calvert City, Kentucky, is blocked as crews fight a structure fire, the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet says.
From warm meals during the day to warm cots at night, many people are turning to Community Kitchen in Paducah to escape the bitter cold.
Hundreds gathered in Paducah on Monday to walk in solidarity to the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. monument on Park Avenue to celebrate King's legacy.
WPSD Local 6 received the first ever Fred Paxton Diversity Employer of the Year award from the Paducah-McCracken County NAACP at the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Luncheon in Paducah on Monday.
A man wanted in connection to a Sunday police chase that started in Sikeston, Missouri, and a carjacking in Mississippi County was arrested Monday in Cape Girardeau, police say.
Two men are in custody after officers were shot at and a police vehicle was intentionally rammed during a chase that began in Cape Girardeau and ended in Illinois.
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.
Nearly $430,000 of taxpayers dollars will go back to the communities they fund in McCracken County. Dozens of un-taxed property was discovered in McCracken County after Property Valuation Administrator Bill Dunn uncovered mismanagement by his predecessor.
Big swing in weather is expected Saturday -- or just another January day in the Local 6 area. A deepening area of low pressure tracking through the upper Plains will drag a potent cold front through the area Saturday morning. Winds will be out of the south ahead of the front, then quickly ch…
The Shawnee National Forest is celebrating its 80 anniversary with a special photo exhibit showcasing its history at the University Museum at Southern Illinois University Carbondale.
The Kentucky Outdoor Life/Field and Stream Expo has made its way to west Kentucky. It is being held at the Paducah Convention Center for the first time.
The remains of an Army corporal killed in the Korean War have been accounted for and will eventually be brought home to southern Illinois, the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency says.
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.
A southern Illinois dog that underwent surgery earlier this month after someone tightly tied rubber bands around his snout, cutting him to the bone, is up for adoption.
An escaped inmate is back in jail with the help of technology. Marshall County Jail inmate Robert Fritz escaped from a work-release program on Monday.
Purchase Area Health Connections was awarded a $200,000 grant from the U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration to help tackle substance and opioid disorders.
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."