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11 hrs ago | Battle Creek Enquirer
A former Kentucky police officer has a 55-year-old piece of memorabilia for a Battle Creek man or his family.
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16 hrs ago | West Kentucky News
With the threat of freezing rain, Ballard County braced itself for what could have been another ice storm that had residents thinking back to the 2009 incident that crippled the county.
20 hrs ago | West Kentucky News
A one-of-a-kind Ronald McDonald Care Mobile came to Paducah December 11 and 12. It is equipped to give on location vision exams and provide glasses to children in need at no charge to them.
23 hrs ago | Christian Newswire
Contact: Jennifer Thomasson, 270-534-0792 PADUCAH, Ky., Dec. 12, 2013 / Christian Newswire / -- Tayseer Hajjah and Terry McIntosh are an unlikely pair for the cause of peace and religious tolerance in the Middle East.
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The thefts occurred on November 20 at West Kentucky Community and Technical College in Paducah and John A. Logan College in Carterville.
McCracken County, Kentucky Emergency Management Director Doug Harnice says a man fell off of a barge in the Ohio River near Joppa around 3:00 a.m. Tuesday.
Not enough land-dwellers understand the round-the-clock work that gets gasoline to the pump and grains grown in the Midwest to feed people in South America.
Raymond Eugene Shelby, 80, of Brazil, formerly of Paducah, died Sunday, December 8, 2013, at Exceptional Living Center of Brazil.
Larry D. Sims, 76, of Paducah went home to be with the Lord on Sunday, December 8, 2013, surrounded by his family.
Paducah city officials are holding a press conference Tuesday to announce details on a new downtown hotel.
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As the Missouri Tigers head to Georgia's capital city, poor weather is forcing some of them into hours of delay.