A report just released by the National Women's Law Center ranks Kentucky near the bottom nationally for providing child care assistance to low income families. Child care subsidies were restored earlier this year through action of the general assembly. Even so, Kentucky Youth Advocates Director Terry Brooks said the Commonwealth still lags behind many […]
Millions of voters — about 1 in 5 — are expected to vote absentee, or by mail, in November's midterm elections. For many voters, it's more convenient than going to the polls.But tens of thousands of these mail-in ballots are likely to be rejected — and the voter might never know, or know why.The U.S. Election Assistance Commission found that in 201 […]
A national information service company has ranked a Paducah-based banking technology company as one of the best cloud service providers in the world. Penton Media reports Computer Services, Inc., or CSI, is 18th among the world’s top 100 cloud service providers based on revenue growth. For context, DropBox ranked 13th and Google ranked 7th.
Former President Bill Clinton joined Allison Lundergan Grimes in Paducah Tuesday to help the Democrat campaign for the upcoming U.S. Senate election in Kentucky.Grimes' father Jerry Lundergan lead Kentucky's Democratic Party when Clinton campaigned in the 90's and the families remain close. At the event, held at McCracken County High School, t […]
Kentucky’s Bourbon industry has nearly doubled its workforce in the last two years, employing more than 15,000 people. It now contributes $3 billion in gross state product to the economy each year, up 67 percent from 2012, according to a new report on Kentucky’s distilling industry.
The Kentucky Heritage Council, Preservation Kentucky Inc. the Kentucky Main Street Program and Paducah Main Street invite the public to a full day of information and discussion about the historic preservation of downtown Paducah this Saturday at Maiden Alley Cinema and the River Discovery Center. On Sounds Good, Kate Lochte speaks with Kentucky Heritage Coun […]
This documentary originally aired in 2011.An hour-long WKMS News production about the Union and Confederate confrontations, battles and tribulations in the Four Rivers Region, featuring a full performance cast.Listen to this documentary:Cast: