Mild start to the morning with partly cloudy skies and highs in the mid to upper 50s this afternoon. Rain in the forecast this weekend.
Now that the Thanksgiving leftovers are in the fridge and the football game is on TV, we want to know: Are you participating in Black Friday shopping this year?
"We are completely funded by our community, which is a miracle. I mean, we are not underneath the government. Everything comes from all the people in this wonderful community,” Community Commission Executive Director Sally Michaelson says.
Tornado survivor Crystal Monaghan spent her Thanksgiving handing out meals to truck drivers. She was at the Huck's gas station off of exit 40 near Kuttawa.
MURRAY, KY — Soup for the Soul organized the Murray-Calloway County Community Thanksgiving in the gymnasium of Murray First United Methodist Church.
Mild start to our Thanksgiving morning with rain inching closer to our area as the day goes on. The rain will likely be light and spotty with the most coverage in southeast Missouri this morning.
Since December's deadly tornadoes, Samaritan's Purse has been in tornado stricken communities, helping to rebuild people's homes. Wednesday, the group dedicated another home built for a tornado survivor.
When you picture Thanksgiving, you probably imagine eating delicious food with family and friends. Amid record inflation, for some, that's a luxury this year. That's why local organizations are preparing meals for those in the Local 6 area who can't afford to celebrate the holiday.
The woman tried to fight the case in court, but a jury found her guilty of driving without a license.
Brown will perhaps be remembered best as a restaurant magnate who built Kentucky Fried Chicken into a global fast-food juggernaut, but it was his turn as governor that cemented Brown as an esteemed Kentucky statesman.
Millions of dollars are needed to properly upgrade a local E-911 center. The Paducah center will likely be a focus for the McCracken County Fiscal Court and Paducah City Commission, as new members of the elected bodies take over in January.
The school district says Director of Schools Wes Kennedy presented each district employee with $200 in “tornado cash” as part of their Christmas bonus. The tornado cash can be spent a businesses that belong to the Obion County Chamber of Commerce and Main Street Union City.
Thanksgiving dinner is expected to cost 20% more this year than it did in 2021. One local church is lending a helping hand to families that can't afford to celebrate the holiday.
If you need or want to offer help with housing, food, employment or well-being, come to this month’s Community Resource Fair at McCracken County Public Library from 4–6 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 21.
On average, the Hugs Project of Western Kentucky sends out between 400 to 1,200 boxes every Christmas, but organizers say this year may be more of a struggle.
Local 6 has filed an appeal to the Kentucky Attorney General's Office regarding an open records request we submitted to Murray State University. WPSD is seeking information regarding Murray State President Bob Jackson's alleged involvement with former Circuit Court Judge Jamie Jameson to stop a news story from airing on public radio station WKMS.
Lincoln High School Historical Foundation president, met with potential benefactors for the Lincoln Event Center in a meeting Thursday. The pitch meeting was step one to get the ball rolling.
Local 6 Chief Meteorologist Trent Okerson, who recently appeared in episode one of Netflix's new hit series "Earthstorm," will share his experience with covering the Dec. 10 tornado at the December Evenings Upstairs event.
The 39th annual Bikers Toy Run is set for Saturday in Paducah. The event collects toys and donations to help children in west Kentucky have a merry Christmas.
Morning temperatures in the lower to mid 20s in most of our region. Mainly clear skies with highs in the lower half of the 40s this afternoon. Snow flurries possible in Illinois and Missouri overnight.
A local school district is taking safety one step further with Life Check. It started as a program designed to increase accountability in Tennessee's correctional facilities and focus on bringing accountability to school resources.
Weeks of investigation and hearings are now raising questions about Murray State University President Bob Jackson's involvement with former local Circuit Court Judge Jamie Jameson to allegedly stop a news story from airing on WKMS.
ViWinTech is partnering with the city on the demolition project, and the company agreed to employ 40 new full-time employees by 2026.
City Manager Daron Jordan says maintenance of the Katterjohn Building will once again fall on the property owner now that the city has handled the partial demolition.
A local leader is fighting for the housing rights of tenants in an apartment complex in Cairo, Illinois.
The $406,407 raised at this year's Barbecue on the River was initially supposed to help 59 charities. But Beautiful Paducah Executive Director Whitney Ravallette Wallace says it's making a bigger impact than expected.
Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear has signed a historic executive order legalizing medical marijuana, under certain conditions. Click to read the full order.
The Paducah City Commission will hold a special called meeting Tuesday night to get an update on stormwater projects and to discuss how to further allocate American Rescue Plan Act funds.
The December tornado hit parts of Mayfield and destroyed homes, businesses and even churches. One church continues to go through the rebuilding process, but that's not the only thing congregants are recovering from.
With the forecast for bitter cold temperatures likely to stick around, the Washington Street Baptist Church warming center is open and ready shelter those who need a place to get out of the frigid weather.
Breezy Veterans Day with highs in the 60s and a sprinkle or two possible in Southern Illinois. Colder temperatures begin tomorrow, with highs in the 40s for most of the upcoming week.