The longtime state executive who inherited oversight of Kentucky’s beleaguered unemployment insurance system during the COVID-19 pandemic is stepping down as labor secretary.
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Any detainees the U.S. believes should remain in custody will be transferred elsewhere, Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas said in announcing the move, which had been sought by immigrant advocates.
MCCRACKEN COUNTY, KY — Caring for abused animals is part of the McCracken County Humane Society's mission.
Postal workers and advocates for rural communities fear delivery delays, but the Postal Service said the consolidations will provide for "more efficient and reliable performance."
With National Travel and Tourism Week in Paducah coming the first week of May, the Paducah Area Chamber of Commerce and the Paducah Convention and Visitors Bureau is making the "Return of Tourism to Paducah" the topic of the chamber's next webinar.
The European Union’s drug regulatory agency said Tuesday that it found a “possible link” between Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine and extremely rare blood clots and recommended a warning be added to the label.
1 in 7 children is affected by child abuse in the United States each year. It’s a statistic that has only grown worse with the COVID-19 pandemic -- leaving children and other family members home with their abusers.
The Paducah Area Chamber of Commerce is set to feature a State Economic Development Official in its March Power in Partnership virtual breakfast. Tap here to watch live.
Many of the millions of Texans who lost power for days after a deadly winter blast overwhelmed the electric grid now have it back, but the crisis was far from over in parts of the South, with many people lacking safe drinking water.