Neighbors are speaking out about the Keeton Correctional Halfway House in the middle of their neighborhood.
Learning from the past. That's one of the ways Illinois state lawmakers hope to get Southern Illinois University back on track.
Protesters in North Carolina toppled a statue of a confederate soldier on the campus of UNC Chapel Hill Monday night.
It's been less than two weeks since classes started for the year at Paducah Public Schools. But already, people are violating state law about stopping for school buses.
"He stabbed him not one time, not two times, not three times, not 10 times, not 15 times. The prosecution is going to show he stabbed him 17 times."
New stop signs have been catching people off guard. The signs went up Monday, and police have had to pull people over for driving right on through.
Before the Marshall County Marshals took on Fort Campbell Friday night, volunteers from the Friday Night Light organization hosted the pregame community tailgate.
More and more these days, people are seeking greener options when it comes to burying their loved ones. The Carbondale City Council is considering allowing one local cemetery to offer green burials.
One local sheriff is accused of taking prescription drugs from a drop-off box. The sheriff of a neighboring county says that's an isolated incident.
If you've been down Jefferson Street in Paducah, you've likely noticed the historical statues. You may have also noticed that they're looking grimy these days.
A paper mill that was a local community's major employer will have new life later this year. The mill operating again could mean more opportunities for other businesses and workers in the area,
In about a month, tens of thousands of people will descend on Paducah's riverfront to celebrate the 24th ever Barbecue on the River.
Bob Harris of Paducah served in Vietnam from 1967 to 1968. He plans to see the Wall that Heals when it's in Paducah, to bear witness to names he knows and others he doesn't. It's part of a healing process that's 50 years in the making.
A school and a local nonprofit organization are both one step closer to potentially receiving money they need to better serve our community.
A man accused of killing a teenage girl in west Kentucky will undergo a mental evaluation.