The Paducah Convention and Visitors Bureau said prospects are coming in to replace the canceled AQS Fall QuiltWeek.
Two local leaders released letters Thursday regarding remarks Democratic candidate for governor Andy Beshear made about the Marshall County High School shooting during Tuesday's debate.
Miller City Road in Alexander County, Illinois, is getting some needed repairs after it was under water for weeks during flooding this spring.
A group of west Kentucky teachers and workers gathered in Paducah for the fourth stop of the Kentucky Democratic Party's "Won't Be Bullied By Bevin" tour.
A west Kentucky business is collecting donations to honor 5-year-old Zoey Smith, who passed away Wednesday after a lifelong battle with leukemia.
A Marshall County, Kentucky, man who was reported missing in late September has been found safe, the county's emergency management agency says.
PADUCAH - They can come out of nowhere with no warning. Unlike other natural disasters, it's impossible to predict when an earthquake will happen. Most of the earthquakes that hit in the United States, happen on the west coast. They can happen here, too.
The Massac County, Illinois, Sheriff's Office and the Metropolis Police Department have announced an event to raise money for the family of Metropolis Fire Captain Chad Parker, who died suddenly earlier this month.
Authorities are looking for a McCracken County Jail inmate who walked away from the building where the jail holds its welding classes Wednesday afternoon.
The Williamson County Sheriff's Department is warning the public after hemp plants valued at more than $8,000 total were stolen from a local industrial hemp farm over the past few weeks.
Detecting and treating breast cancer at an early stage can and does save lives. Breast cancer has the highest survival rate of any cancer when found early.
The Marshall County Fiscal court passed the first reading of a new electric meter fee ordinance. The fee is to fund the county's E-911 center's $1.9 million budget.
Carbondale was included on a recent list of 20 cities in the Midwest where more people are moving out than moving in. It's called negative net migration.
A man who escaped from the Graves County Jail is back in custody, the sheriff's office says. Two other men were also arrested in connection to his capture.
Losing a baby is traumatic, and many women do not talk about it. Two women who have experienced that loss say more open conversations about the topic are needed.
In court today, a Paducah Police detective testified that Angella Hale called a man to come pick her up not long before she was run over by an RV.
A No More Chemo Party was held Tuesday at Mercy Health Lourdes Hospital. It's a celebration for the little girl who has terminal cancer that is not responding to chemotherapy.
A committee consisting of the fiscal court, county attorney, county clerk and sheriff will decide who pays penalties on omitted property taxes in McCracken County.
Detectives with two west Kentucky sheriff's departments arrested two Mayfield men on drug trafficking charges Tuesday.
Monday is Columbus Day, which commemorates Christopher Columbus' arrival to the Americas. But, nationwide, more states and cities are recognizing Indigenous Peoples Day to celebrate Native Americans.
Thousands of people around the country are praying for Cody. His mom, Jennifer Tracy, posted two photos of him seven months apart, saying this is what addiction does. Monday night, a Marshall County man says he found Cody.
We are teaming up with River Valley AgCredit once again for our Coats for Kids campaign. We are collecting new or gently used clean coats for children in need.
A section of Joe Clifton Drive in Paducah has been closed since early September for a major roadway rehabilitation project. Now, the project has been extended by nearly two weeks, Kentucky Transportation Cabinet says.
Peabody announced Monday that it is expected to cease production at the Arclar Complex in Saline County, Illinois due to "uneconomic mining conditions."
A 14-year-old girl reported missing in Jackson County, Illinois, is safe and back with her guardians, the sheriff's office says.
A new proposed bill in Illinois would require all CBD products sold in the state to meet testing requirements by the state Department of Agriculture.