These dogs are learning new commands, the inmates who train them are learning life lessons.
An economic benefit in an up-and-coming industry: That’s what city representatives hope a potential hemp manufacturing plant will bring to Paducah.
Soon, 800 acres of farmland in Lyon County will become the largest solar power farm in Kentucky.
Surveillance video from a nearby business shows recent crashes at the intersection at U.S. 45 and Kentucky 408 in Graves County.
A bill being filed in Kentucky aims to ensure pregnant workers are treated fairly by employers.
Who are you going to vote for this November? Do you know where your candidate stands on key issues and why you're voting for them?
Political ads are taking over your TV screens ahead of the November election, but is everything in them true?
Two SUVs damaged a Paducah home on two different occasions in a span of less than two weeks.
Paducah Economic Development says it's waiting for notice of the Paducah Area Community Reuse Organization's contract termination. That's just one aspect of the aftermath after PED fired president and CEO Scott Darnell earlier this month.
Banned from one event and welcomed in another — Micheal Swinford was told he couldn't fly the Mississippi state flag in the Paducah Veterans Day parade; now, he's been invited to fly that flag elsewhere.
A local woman's handmade necklaces and earrings were worn by celebrities for events leading up to the 70th prime time Emmy Awards.
A scholarship established in honor of Marshall County High School shooting victim Bailey Holt has its first recipient: a 19-year-old West Kentucky Community and Technical College student.
Florence has nearly left the Carolinas, but the death toll keeps rising as rain, floodwater and tornadoes associated with the storm whip the region.
When you buy a ticket to attend the 62nd Telethon of Stars Celebration Concert, you're helping fund programs in our area that assist people with special needs. One of those people is Kane Powell, this year's Easter Seals West Kentucky child representative.
In an unexpected turn of events a Southern Illinois judge vacated the guilty verdict of Gaege Bethune the man convicted of murdering SIU student Pravin Varughese
Teachers and students at McNabb Elementary School in Paducah got a special surprise Monday.
It's been a busy weekend for a group of local Coast Guardsmen helping rescue people and pets from floodwaters in North Carolina.