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``I Am Local 6`` Archive
After almost 10 years of service, a Mayfield police officer turned in his badge. Canine Officer Kaine has helped multiple agencies in the search for narcotics and fugitives.
Two west Kentucky brothers are heading to the main stage. The Singleton brothers from Crittenden County are opening for Daryl Singletary in Fort Worth, Texas.
From collecting Pokémon cards to playing basketball, kids have a lot of different hobbies, but the hobby one Tennessee kid has might surprise you. He’s one of America’s youngest bladesmiths.
A sugary treat really hits the spot when a sweet tooth craving strikes. A ladies in one local group make cinnamon sweet rolls to satisfy that hankering and raise money for worthwhile causes.
You can now charge electric cars in Paducah.
A group of women are coming together to create hundreds of bags for chemotherapy patients and their caregivers.
SIU police say four people, armed with handguns, confronted another person and then left in a car.
Lou Ann Powers had a burning desire to help young children when she first stepped into a classroom in 1961. Today, her nonprofit, Santa’s Helpers, provides clothing and food to people in need.
If you attend to Grace Episcopal Church, there's a person you can always expect to see. Judy Bray has been the organist for more than 60 years. She plays her last song there on Sunday, Jan. 15.
Dr. Abram Allen will retire his veterinary business after 61 years in Reidland, Kentucky.
A local business is helping children with their lunch tabs.
Evan Taylor turned 7 years old on Thursday. He got a lot of new gifts for his birthday, but he says he's not keeping any of them.
As we age, we tend to slow down, but don't tell that to a group of women full of the holiday spirit, putting Santa himself to the test.
It's a sign of the holiday season for many of you. Festive window paintings begin to appear in 12 communities across west Kentucky in the weeks between Halloween and Thanksgiving.
We take a look at how passion reunited the last four original club members in I Am Local 6.
A judge has determined Friday that Ronald Saunders will remain in jail until his trial in January unless he pays his new bond, which is set at $500,000.
How far would you go to help someone in need? One woman has made helping the homeless men and women of southern Illinois her life.
She is Murray’s first female firefighter. Meet Shae McKinney. She says she's just glad to be doing what she's always dreamed of.
When you think of Barbecue on the River, you think of all that food, but for some it means a lot more. For one vendor, it's about carrying on his family legacy.
Do you have any plastic bags floating around your home? Many of us use them as garbage bags, doggie bags or extra lunch bags. A group of women is using them to help the homeless.
A local woman headed down to Louisiana Friday to help out for the second time. She says it's easier to volunteer than you may think.
Alexis Cain was the first student accepted into a sorority at Murray State University with down syndrome, and she graduated last year. Now she's trying to follow her dream.
Detective John Tolliver is stepping down after 21 years of cleaning up Paducah’s streets. As a prescription drug aversion investigator, he’s seen a lot of addiction over the years.