In this weeks Be On The Lookout police need your help find several wanted people in two of our Local 6 states.
Early morning flooding forced residents out of their Oakcrest homes Tuesday morning.
About 48 million Americans including 16 million children live in homes where theres not enough food on a regular basis.In the summer, 32% of low-income families find it even harder to get food on t...
Weve had a lot of rain, and its now flooding rivers and damaging crops across the area.
Local 6's Robert Bradfield shares his story of a sparkler injury that caused severe burns on his skin.
After being part of large music festivals like Lollapalooza in Chicago, a southern Illinois man is organizing the Bluegill Music Festival to bring 20 bands and up to 20,000 people to Rend Lake.
Kentucky white is a term that Two Rivers Fisheries, Inc. in Wickliffe is using to market Asian Carp in the United States.
After having a child, losing the baby weight can be tough on a mom. There's a group in McCracken County that is blazing through Noble Park with their children in tow.
The developer of the Sansone Group wants to build in Paducah, but city leaders are at odds about how to pay for it.
In this week's Help Wanted, a lack of online presence could be costing you not only a job, but ever getting your foot in the door.
Mayor John Klaffer says the city does not have the $200,000 to pay for the repairs.
A local student has turned her personal favorite lunch recipe into a trip to our nation's capitol.