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Austin Carter / WKMS

The west Kentucky region is home to some great burger joints, but often there’s more to these places than just a good burger. Austin Carter is a self-proclaimed burger enthusiast and he's starting a new series about the people that make these burgers special. His first installment of “Beyond the Burger” begins in Marshall County, Kentucky.

Kentucky Lake Convention and Tourism Bureau

Tourist spending in Marshall County increased by nearly five percent in 2017.

Matt Markgraf, WKMS

Some community members took to social media alleging donations to the ‘Marshall Strong’ account were not reaching Marshall County High School shooting victims. One of the individuals in charge of distributing the funds said it’s a complicated process.

Paducah City Youtube Channel

The City of Paducah is joining communities across the country on June 2 recognizing National Gun Violence Awareness Day.

Nicole Erwin, WKMS

The rain wasn’t enough to keep hundreds of people from showing up to rally for stricter gun laws and safer schools in Marshall County on Saturday. The west Kentucky March For Our Lives event was in solidarity with demonstrations that took place across the country.

Nicole Erwin, WKMS

The superintendent of Marshall County Schools released on Friday a list of school security measures now in place at Marshall County High School. 

Nicole Erwin, WKMS

Marshall County High School is preparing for students to walk out of class on Wednesday.

Screenshot from court video

'Cold and callous' were the words a Marshall County Detective used to describe accused Marshall County High School shooter Gabe Parker.

Screenshot from court video

Marshall County Circuit Court has released previously sealed documents in the case of accused Marshall County High School shooter Gabe Parker.  The Kentucky Court of Appeals ordered Thursday that an arraignment video along with other documents involving the January 23 shooting be released.

Note: Watch Gabe Parker's previously sealed arraignment video below.

Matt Markgraf, WKMS

The teenager accused of opening fire on classmates at Marshall County High School will be tried as an adult on felony charges of murder and assault.

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