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Society
7:15 am
Tue April 16, 2013

Calvert City Teenager Missing

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Marshall County officials are looking for a missing 15-year-old Calvert City girl.

Sgt. Eddie McGuire with the Sheriff’s Office says Brandy Clark’s father reported her missing Monday at 2 p.m. Clark was last seen at her home around 8 in the morning. She was supposedly on her way to school, but did not show up.

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Arts
4:06 pm
Fri January 11, 2013

Marshall County Native Makes Music in Nashville's Indie Scene

We continue our occasional series about young artists whose foundations are in western Kentucky but whose work is bringing them success in larger market areas. We've visited with Vic Mazzone in Los Angeles and Candra Kennedy in Philadelphia. This time we go to Nashville for a profile on an indie artist who was born in Murray, raised in Marshall County. Jordan Hamlin is multi-instrumentalist in Nashville's indie music scene.  She tours with Katie Herzig, Lucy Wainwright Roche, and others.

Crime
8:07 am
Wed December 12, 2012

Pittman Sentenced to 15 Years in Jail

A Marshall County jury has recommended the maximum sentence of 15 years of jail time for a Paducah woman convicted of second-degree manslaughter, first-degree wanton endangerment and DUI. Stephen “Jimmy” Harper was killed when Tiffany Pittman hit his truck with her car in Marshall County last year. 

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Society
8:31 am
Mon December 10, 2012

Marshall Co. Jury Convicts Woman of Manslaughter

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A Marshall County jury will be back in session Tuesday to recommend a sentence for a 20-year-old woman convicted last week of second-degree manslaughter, wanton endangerment and drunken driving in a 2011 traffic death. After three days of testimony and more than four hours of deliberation the jury returned the verdict against Tiffany Pittman.

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Society
4:22 pm
Wed October 17, 2012

Teenager Falls Out of Vehicle, Dies

A Benton teenager died last night after falling out of a moving vehicle. Nineteen-year-old Zackery Smalley was riding in the backseat of a car when he attempted to climb out of the sunroof on Wadesboro Road in Marshall County.

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Front Page Episodes
10:20 am
Mon September 10, 2012

Front Page Sunday 9/9

Chip Hutcheson & Angela Hatton on Sounds Good

Marshall County elementary schools are changing how their students make the grade.  No more “F’s,” no more “A’s,” in fact, no more letter grades at all.  It’s part of a new system other Kentucky schools are using called “standards-based grading.”  We’ll hear more about it and why Marshall’s elemetaries are on board, on Front Page Sunday from WKMS News.

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Government
7:58 am
Mon August 27, 2012

Murder Trial Begins In Marshall County

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Despite prosecution efforts to reach a plea bargain, jury selection begins tomorrow in Marshall Circuit Court for a murder trial stemming from a 2011 fatal car-truck crash.  Nineteen-year-old Tiffany Pittman has been charged with murder, first degree assault, and first offense DUI in the incident which took the life of 45-year-old Stephen J. Harper.  Police say Pittman was driving drunk and arguing with an intoxicated passenger when her car rammed Harper’s pick-up truck on U-S Highway 68.  

Afternoon Update
4:19 pm
Wed August 22, 2012

Survey Reports High Levels of Indoor Air Pollution in Marshall County

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 Marshall County’s Smoke-Free Clean Air Coalition is using results from a new survey on indoor air pollution from second hand smoke to boost the coalition’s cause.  The Kentucky Center for Smoke-free Policy delivered the results of a survey today that found  Marshall County’s indoor air pollution in local hospitality venues to be four times higher than those of Georgetown or Lexington. The two towns have enacted smoke-free laws. Local health educator Terri DeLancey says the coalition was not pushing for similar laws or regulations.

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Front Page Episodes
1:29 pm
Mon August 20, 2012

Marshall County School Bus Gets New Life as Emergency Vehicle

Earlier this year, Marshall County Emergency Medical Services converted a retired vehicle from the school bus fleet into a piece of emergency response equipment called an “AmbuBus”. Made with conversion kits from First Line Technology, LLC, these automotive Frankensteins have been popping up around the country. After seeing the vehicle, Casey Northcutt has more on the new life of an old bus.

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Society
3:04 pm
Wed August 8, 2012

Barlow Accepts Plea Deal, Awaits Sentencing

A former South Marshall Middle School Principal could serve up to 10 years in prison after pleading guilty to three charges stemming from an attack on a former girlfriend. Kent Barlow pled guilty to wanton endangerment, assault and unlawful imprisonment yesterday  in a Marshall County Court.  Barlow will be eligible for parole after two years. Circuit Judge Dennis Foust has set the sentencing hearing for August 31st. 

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