They say a soldier will die twice — first on the field of battle and again when he's forgotten. American Legion Riders Post 55 are making sure that second death never happens.
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Too often, police remove children from the only environment they've ever known. Now, a group is providing comfort to displaced children in special way.
As we kick off the new year, Local 6's Todd Faulkner takes us on a quick look back at the stories that moved and inspired us in 2018.
It's a gift for the feet, that touches the heart. The South and Downtown Paducah Kiwanis Clubs partner together every year to buy shoes for local preschoolers. We found them this week with Santa at Heath Elementary. The shoes are a tangible gift, but it's the lesson behind them that makes these local Kiwanis Clubs this week's I Am Local 6.
A local 7-year-old girl believes it's better to give than to receive, so, she's celebrating her birthday by collecting toys and supplies for children battling cancer.
A Burna, Kentucky, man has the unusual gift of spelling backwards.
A Metropolis, Illinois, man has donated to the local Red Cross around 200 times, giving a total of 25 gallons of blood.
Cash and Cutter Singleton of Crittenden County, Kentucky, are two young bluegrass artists who hope to become household names.
As months passed, Wills continued to fight the cancer with chemo. Good news came when doctors finally found a match through Be the Match.
Audaine Fennel's story spans the past 50 years inside her home in Hardin, Kentucky. Her God-given talent has helped her touch a thousand lives.
Spring has sprung, but Henry Barbour said the dogwoods are behind schedule. "It was a wonderful year for flowers this year you just have to be patient," Barbour said.
Bright colors help students learn. In a classroom at Lone Oak Middle School, they posed a problem for one student.
How do you begin to heal after trauma? That's the question many students and faculty are asking after living through the Marshall County High School shooting. One local woman…
I Am Local 6 usually highlights one person making a difference in your community. This week, there were too many to name just one.
From taking care of your family to having to break the bad news, Maurleen Neihoff has done it all at Lourdes Hospital.
Residents describe Hickory Woods senior living center as one big happy family, all thanks to Executive Director Annita Peeler.
The day after Thanksgiving means it's officially appropriate to put up Christmas lights and decorations, right? For one Mayfield man, it's never too early.
Would you give-up a portion of your paycheck to help people in your community? That's what employees are doing at Mid-America Conversion Services.
PADUCAH, KY - Thousands of kids will swarm Jefferson Street in Paducah on Halloween to trick-or-treat. That street is known for going all out…
One business has been making life sweeter in southern Illinois for the past 40 years. The staff’s passion for creating fun and tasty sweets brings people to The Chocolate Factory from all around the country.
If you haven't met Susie Coiner, you've probably seen her running around at Barbecue on the River.
A South Carolina man who was seriously injured when his motorcycle was involved in a crash with a car last week in Paducah has passed away, according to police.
A giant cloud-- skewer a balloon-- an exploding pumpkin. These are just a few of the experiments you'll find Hooked on Sciences' Jason Lindsey performing on Saturday mornings on Local 6.…
After seeing the devastation after Harvey flooded Houston, two friends from Fulton, Kentucky, did not hesitate to take the call from the American Red Cross.